Poppy Thanks

Just Us Girls Challenge #623 – Trend Week

As I mentioned in my Mardi Gras post I had made a background from which I intended to die cut feathers, but the mineral paper wouldn’t cut. I decided to use it as a background here and in a couple of places you may see the edges of some embossed feathers, although the embossed circle does cover up a lot of it. For the embossed circle I used a folder called patio brick walk by Lifestyle Crafts. I used an ink pad directly over it very carefully to add a bit of colour. The sentiment is from an MFT set I’ve only had for a short time. And the poppies are an unbranded die. What I did was cut it twice, once in the orange PP and again in the green. Then I trimmed off the flowers from the green piece and carefully glued the 2 pieces together. I really like how it turned out doing it this way. I added a touch of ink to the buds before attaching it all to the card front. I meant to have this card work for two challenges but forgot an important element for the 2nd challenge so I shall have to do another for that one.

8 thoughts on “Poppy Thanks

  1. Johanna… I am laughing because I did the same thing this weekend… I forgot an element and had to make another card for a challenge. I just think more for the stash! I am loving the background you created…very intriguing. I think you could have left the embossed feathers behind the flowers…might have been cool. I do like the embossed lattice and the touch of blue is wonderful! Great card. Thanks for joining and sharing at Just Us Girls this week!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks for the comments. You can laugh a 2nd time, because I went ahead with the other card this morning and managed to forget the same element. Thankfully this one was easy to fix although it wasn’t quite what I planned. And I did think about leaving the background with the flowers on top but part of it was damaged so I covered that up.

      Like

    1. Thanks a lot. I thought I had a folder with a brick wall but couldn’t locate it. This morning I came across it – go figure!

      Like

  2. I shall do some more backgrounds on the mineral paper as it changes how everything looks. But next time I won’t attempt to die cut it.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s