Hi everyone! More card ideas with the 2019 Spring poppystamps release today. Here I die cut the Spring Pots Frame in white 2x and black cardstocks, then inlaid it into an A2 kraft cardstock panel that I also die cut with the Spring Pots Frame die.
I put scor-tape on the back so I could inlay the rest of the little pieces. I colored the kraft cardstock frame pieces with a Copic sketch marker E43 and pieced them in. The pot pieces I colored with YR18 and BG07. The little leaves I used YG25.
The teal frame is an ‘inbetween’ piece that falls out when you die cut the poppystamps Double Stitch Rectangle Frames before you clip them apart. I colored it with BG07 Copic Sketch marker.
The white outside frame is the largest die from the set of poppystamps Pointed Rectangle Frames.
The sentiment is from the poppy Birthday Blowout clear stamp set, embossed in white embossing powder. Such a great stamp set, I will use every stamp in the set!
No mounting tape on either of my cards today! This one is perfectly flat-ish for snail mailing!
My second card…
This one, I die cut in white 2x, glued it to an oxide background, added some enamel dots, a die cut frame and two hours later it was done. haha
Where does the time go?!
Oxide inks I used are Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers and Twisted Citron. I blended them on with the mini ink blending tools.
The enamel dots are from Doodlebug and the white frame is the poppystamps Double Stitch Rectangle Frames, cut 3x and glued together.
The sentiment is from the poppy Springtime Greetings clear stamp set. Beautiful sentiments for Easter and Spring!
Hope you’re getting some inky, papercrafting, cardmaking time too! I should be outside working or washing windows or something but maybe I’m allergic! haha Hey, it’s whatever you enjoy! Make some time for it, right?!
Here’s the latest shopping info I have to share….
Thank you for stopping by today! Happy Easter to you and yours!
Here’s what I used to make this card, click on the letters below the item to see them in a store…