Introducing… Joyful Arrangements!

Hello Power Poppy lovers!  I’m so glad you’re here to share in Day 2 of our Power Poppy reveal for October.

For today, the Bloom Brigade is spreading tidings of good cheer using the new and FONTabulous stamp collection, “Joyful Arrangements”.  This stamp set contains four amazing and cheerful sentiments fit for those handmade holiday cards.  Each greeting is unique and brings together all kinds of cool holiday inspired fonts and holiday icons, like jingle bells, boughs of holly and twinkling stars.

Now, let's check out my card!

I really wanted a card that would be super easy to duplicate... you know an assembly line type card.  Typically a card like this is simple, very few layers and not a lot of detail so this is what I came up with...
It's flat, easy to repeat and it fits in a regular envelope without extra postage!  Hooray!  I also had a ball colouring in all the cool fonts and the tiny bit of foliage in the banner.

Now join the remainder of the Bloom Brigade and find out what they created using all these glorious holiday greetings…

Allison Cope – you are here!
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Danielle Kennedy
Dawn Burnworth
Leslie Miller
Tosha Leyendekker
Marcy on the Power Poppy Blog

Enjoy the rest of the Bloom Brigades' creations!

~ Ally ~


Sponsored byPower Poppy

Supplies:
stamps: Power Poppy (Joyful Arrangements)
cardstock:  Bazzill, Recollections
patterned papers:  Lawn Fawn (Fa-la-la)
glitter ribbon:  Recollections
ink: Memento, Copic Markers.

10 comments:

Julie Koerber said...

Ally -- this card is as sweet as can be and I love how festive -- YET FLAT -- it is! You're right -- perfect for mailing some holiday cheer! Well done sweet lady!

Mary Gillmarten said...

Ally, beautiful card! And a real sense of the size of the stamp! I love the colors you chose -- Thanks for sharing with us.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, yes, this is perfection for an easy to mail Christmas card! I love the idea. I think I've made enough lumpy Christmas cards for this year and will go flatter from here on out. We'll see. Cute paper. It works beautifully with the sentiment.

ChristineCreations said...

Ally - this is so cute! So perfect for this sentiment. I love that you tilted the sentiment too, so much more interesting and effective!

CherylQuilts said...

Ally, this is very cute, and I love that it's a flat card too! One of my new goals this year! Darling use of this image, and I love your papers! Hugs!

Karen W said...

Wow these new sets are great and your cards are wonderful. I can't wait to order!!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Cute and I am with you on the flat rate postage... :-) The troops would love this too, awesome job!

Anonymous said...

You can never go wrong with a flat card! Love that this sentiment can be a tag too :)

loulou said...

Lovely card. Pretty colour combination. I love this gorgeous sentiment.

Elise S. said...

Gorgeous card! I prefer flat cards just because they're easier to mail and you know they won't get damaged in the process! Love the colors you chose!