Poppystamps – Hello Again

Well, hello there…again! 😉 Today I’m sharing yet another way I thought to use the Poppystamps Delightful Daisy dies paired with the Luscious Script Hello. I absolutely love this sentiment die! You’ll be seeing a lot of it, I can already tell!

For today’s card, I started by die cutting my flowers from heavy weight cardstock and colored them with copic markers. Playing off the colors I chose for the flowers, I inked up a panel with distress oxide inks using picked raspberry and scattered straw. I spritzed the panel with water and then flicked gold watercolor on it. Once it was dry, I trimmed it down to 4 1/8 x 5 3/8 so there is just a teeny white border showing from the cardbase. The flowers are glued directly to the inked panel and that is popped up on the card base with foam tape.

Then I moved on to the sentiment. I die cut the word hello from gold cardstock once and white cardstsock three times. I adhered all of these together and then die cut the shadow from white as well and glued them together. The sentiment is glued directly to the card front and I moved on to finishing details.

With the shimmer from the gold cardstock and the watercolor splatters, I didn’t think it needed a whole lot but was missing something. I reached for my stash of embellishments and landed on Trinity Stamps Fortune Teller embellishments. I love how these show a little of the color that is behind them but have an opalescent sheen. So pretty! I scattered them about the design and, voila, this card is finished.

This is my final entry into the Poppystamps challenge for this month. I hope you enjoyed these last few days, seeing different ways to use the same dies. It’s always great to get more mileage out of the products you have. I hope you’ve found some inspiration and enjoyed the cards I’ve made.

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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