Introducing… Frosted Gingerbread!

Frosted Gingerbread stamps Power Poppy
It's Day 3 and we’ve got another doozey for you from Power Poppy today!

This little beauty will be sure to satisfy that sweet tooth of yours.  It’s called “Frosted Gingerbread” and it’s full of cute, non-sticky images and sweet messages for all those holiday cards!

So I began my card using some simple die cut layers.  I stamped my adorable gingerbread house from the stamp set onto white cardstock and coloured it up using Copic Markers.

Frosted Gingerbread stamps Power Poppy

Then I carefully added some Liquid Applique to the snowy aspects of the house, let it dry and then applied some heat to make the solution puffy!  I love the texture it leaves…

Frosted Gingerbread stamps Power Poppy

Thanks for stopping in!  Take a moment and hop on to the visit the rest of the Bloom Brigade to take a peek at what they have all done with this super sweet stamp set...
 
Allison Cope – you are here!
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Danielle Kennedy
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Tosha Leyendekker
Marcy on the Power Poppy Blog

Happy blog hopping everyone!  Enjoy all the new eye candy!

~ Ally ~
 

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Supplies:
stamps: Power Poppy (Frosted Gingerbread)
cardstock:  Recollections
patterned papers:  Authentique (Believe)
dies:  Lawn Fawn (Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables), Spellbinders (Labels 4)
ink: Memento, Copic Markers
other:  Liquid Applique, thread.

9 comments:

  1. Oh, I love your card and this new image stamp! So cute!

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  2. Ally, love how you've decorated this, and the Merry Christmas over top. My Liquid Applique always comes out looking like popcorn. Maybe because I heat set it while it's still wet. Never thought of letting it dry first. This looks fabulous. Love the papers and the shape behind the image, too.

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  3. Ally this is gorgeous! I love that you even off-centered the house on the card, and that you used the liquid appliqué. I think it doesn't get used enough when you're right, it's great for snow!

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  4. Adorable Ally. I love the diagonal in the layout with the plaid papers...so perfect for the image. Awesome work with the snow too :)

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  5. I love it, and I love the snow!!

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  6. This is wonderful. I learned the hard way to liquid applique my snow before I colored. Yours looks perfect. Great job.

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  7. Super cute, your icing looks awesome!

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  8. Oh, Ally, what fun! I love your DP...vibrant colors, and your icing is amazing! What a fun card! Love it, sweet friend! Hugs!

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