Glorious Stampinback Poppies!

Aren’t these poppies glorious?!  They come in a half-sheet of unmounted blossoms by Stampinback .  I colored them with Zig Clean Color Brush markers and added details with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide ink .  Stampin Up’s Doily background in Broken China distress oxide makes a beautiful backdrop.

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The canning jar and leaves are from the Bouquet For You set by Stampendous.  I don’t own a cutting machine yet (it’s in the mail!) so I fussy-cut all these images and mounted them on various levels using double-stick foam tape.  A final spattering of black and white craft paint finishes my card!

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After painting this Stampinback poppy with my Zig Clean Color brush markers, I covered the image with Versamark and heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder for a glossy surface.  Stampin Up’s Doily and Dictionary background stamps are in the background and dainty die-cut leaves accent the blossom.

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