I have had the original stamp set from MFT Lisa Johnson Pretty Poppies, I really loved when she came out with a matching set that was line images that are great for coloring with watercolor or any type of marker. This was my first time using the Poppies in the Delicate Pretty Poppies set. I ended up coloring a bunch of them so when I need to make a quick card, I have some all ready to go to make other cards.
Check below for all the items used on this card. I used vibrant reds to make the poppies really pop. You can barely see on the white panel, I stamped with the Linen Background Stamp and used some Sea Glass Blue ink and just lightly ran my hand along the panel as I was inking so that there were uneven places in the stamping. All the edges of the Steel Blue Card Stock were inked with Distress ink in Pumice Stone to give them a vintage feel.
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Stamps: LJD Delicate Pretty Poppies, Linen Background stamp
Inks: Hybrid Black Licorice, Distress Ink Pumice Stone, SSS Sea Glass, Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers (Carmine Red, Light Carmine, Light pink, Olive Green, Mid Green, Dark Brown, Mid Brown)
Papers: Steel Blue, Smooth White, Jelly Bean Green, Strathmore Bristol
Tools: Stitched Recthangle Frames, Pierced Fishtail Flag Stax, LJD Pretty Poppies dies, Blueprint 12, Stitched Horizontal Strips, Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear 4 mm and 6 mm sequins, Sakura White Gel Pen
The color is so vibrant with coloring directly with the Zig markers. They blended very easily on the Bristol paper. I applied two coats with the markers. The picture below shows the dimension created with foam tape and the sparkling sequins add the final touch of sparkle.
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