Thursday, February 20, 2020

Stampin' Up Artisan Blog Hop - Peaceful Poppies

Well, hello peaches! Welcome to the Peaceful Poppies Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop! Each month our very talented and creative team of designers will be bringing you inspiration, so get comfortable and have a ton of fun hopping along with us. You may have just arrived from the wonderfully talented Jan Clothier's Blog. She has made some lovely projects!
Peaceful Poppies
Today, we will be showcasing products using both the Painted Poppie Bundle and the Peaceful Moments Bundle. These bundles are designed to coordinate together, and as such, offer so many options for creating stunning cards and beautiful gifts. I have mixed and matched the two bundles to create my designs today. Here's a look at the entire suite of products:
 For my first project today, I used one of the floral dies that cuts out just the negative pieces and leaves a beautiful design behind. I used that ""peek-through" to show a layer of that stunning Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper (DSP). I just love the look of that watercolor effect that these papers give.
I used both Calypso Coral (bottom layer of my flower) and Poppy Parade Cardstock (top, detailed layer of my flower) for my main poppy image. I added a few of those lovely little Peaceful Poppies Sequins to finish off my card. 
My next card uses the same colors to create my poppies. However in this one I added some leaves that I colored with my Granny Apple Green Blends. I also layered in a few vellum flowers and a black embossed circle, both from the Peaceful Poppies Elements. I also stamped my background with a few leaves in Granny Apple Green Ink.
For my final card, I wanted to go bold and create a card with a black background to really contrast with my poppy. I used Granny Apple Green Cardstock for my leaves and used the Stitched Nested Labels Dies behind my poppy.
I had so much fun creating these fabulous products. I hope you have enjoyed all of today's cards and designs. Keep hopping along and check out my other fellow teammates’ pages. They have some pretty amazing projects to share. I’ve listed them, along with all products used below or you can just click the link below to hop to the fabulously creative Leah Fedynak

Don't forget: Stampin' Up! features a corporate blog post each Thursday of the month where we Artisans share creative tips, tricks, and strategies. You can find these posts in the "notes" section of the Stampin' Up! Facebook Page.Thanks so much for stopping by and I’ll see you next post!
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  1. Lauren I love the simplicity look of your card, yet they are not as simple as they seem, just stunning.

  2. Three gorgeous projects Lauren! Love all the layers and elements and the little 'Lauren' touches. Just stunning! Rochelle xo

  3. Your cards are simply stunning, Lauren!!! Love how you used the same beautiful color combo on each card, but each one is completely different!

  4. All of your cards are sooooo beautiful. I love your style very, very much. You got it!

  5. oh my dear, you make me wonder every time! Such a great inspiration! Love all of your cards!

  6. Love, Love, Love your bold colour combos!

  7. Beautiful cards, as always. I love the way you've used that little cut out background die on the first card.

  8. Nice, simple and beautiful cards.


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