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Today's Pleasant Poppies card uses the same watercoloring techniques as the last two. But, I decided to pair it with some Designer Series Paper (this particular pattern is retired, but many of our DSP's will work well with this). I tried to keep the embellishments simple - ribbon with no bow and a simple punched, layered sentiment. Come back in a few days for my final Pleasant Poppies card.
To make this card you will need:
Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White, and Poppy Parade (retired) cardstock; Designer Series Paper* (while this particular pattern is retired, many of our current papers would look great - just modify your ink & cardstock colors to accomodate).
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes, Pleasant Poppies
Ink: Old Olive marker, Basic Black Craft Ink, Poppy Parade Refill (retired)
Other: narrow white ribbon, black embossing powder, embossing heat tool, adhesive (I used Snail to adhere the layers together & Dimensionals to pop up the sentiment), Modern Label Punch, and Word Window Punch.
*as an alternative to DSP, you could use plain, colored cardstock. Or you could jazz up the cardstock by embossing it with a Textured Impressions Embossing Folder or stamping with Versamark or colored ink.