An Antique Bouquet of Roses


Hi all!  Welcome to another fabulous Friday challenge over at Power Poppy!

Once again, we’re asking you to share your Power Poppy creations with the Bloom Brigade.  There is no specific challenge for this week but we do ask that you use one of our fabulous images and share your creation, including a link to this challenge, on your creation.  Simple as that!

For my card today, I thought I’d do a little experimenting.  I coloured my large bouquet from our newly released digital stamp set, “Arranging Roses” using a variety of Copic Marker colours and then I set my panel up for a little distressing. 

I distressed the edges using my paper distresser, then I inked the edges with some dark blue, pumice and black Ranger Distress Inks.

Here’s a close up of my coloured image…

Have a gander at what the rest of the Bloom Brigaders have done with these amazing Power Poppy images…

Allison Cope -- you are here!
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Danielle Kennedy
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber
Kathy Jones
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller

Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker

Thanks for stopping by!   
 
~ Ally ~

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Supplies:
stamps: Power Poppy (Arranging Roses)
cardstock:  Recollections
patterned paper:  Simple Stories (Homespun)
metal clip:  BasicGrey

white pen:  Sakura
tools:  sewing machine, Tonic Paper Distresser
inks: Copic Markers, Ranger Distress Inks
edge punch:  Fiskars.

8 comments:

  1. Wow, Ally, rich and gorgeous colors! And I love your technique and layout! Another beauty! Hugs!

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  2. Ally I SO love the colours and patterns on this design! It is so pretty and cheerful and lovely!

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  3. Juicy and SO SUMMERY!! Totally cool how you multiplied the sentiment to form the background pattern... brilliant! Love the "tag" ribbons that coordinate with the funky roses, too!

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  4. So pretty, the papers are bold and fun! I like the sentiment shadowed along the edge, wonderful job.

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  5. You are incredible, always! Not only is your image panel drop dead gorgeous the way you've colored and distressed, but I love those colorful flags along the edges. Super inspiration!

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  6. I never know where that creative brain of yours is going to take you next Ally, but I always look forward to seeing where it ends up on paper. Love your creative coloring, offset image, distressing, and all the fabby details!!

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  7. This is absolutely stunning, Ally! Your cards are always so FABULOUS, girl! Love the rich colors, distressing, textures...all of it!

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  8. Ally wow...this is so petty. I love the soft yellow glow behind your vase and the way you added the sentiment is perfect. What a great card.

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Thanks for brightening my day. I read each and every comment.
Hugs,
Ally.