Sunday, November 29, 2015

Poppy Trio


I love these poppies and inked them with Distress Stain and Markers.

Then I used a damp Aqua Painter to move the color around. 

I finished off by dotting the centers with a black marker.

The aperture was cut with my Circle Collection Framelits
and embossed with my favorite embossing folder.

Heather Telford has a fantastic tutorial on this technique.
Thanks, Heather, for sharing your technique.

DIES AND/OR PUNCHES

Cuttlebug Mania is looking for
EMBOSSING
(I used my Big Shot to do the embossing)

because I used a snippet of black for that sentiment.

Thanks for the visit.

Enjoy!
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Card Recipe
Stamps:  Poppy Trio (Penny Black), Embellished Events (SU)
Ink:  Distress Stain (Spiced Marmalade, Barn Door, Peeled Paint), Distress Marker (Peeled Paint, Black), Whisper White (SU), 
Paper:  Solar White (Neena), Watercolor (Arches Hot Press),Whisper White, Basic Black (SU)
Other:  Aqua Painter (SU), Circle Collection Framelits (SU), White EP (SU), Square Lattice EF (retired SU)

21 comments:

stampwithsandy said...

These poppies are just gorgeous, Bonnie! Awesome job coloring.

Marcia HIll said...

What a beautiful card Bonnie! Those gorgeous Poppies look so life like and are colored just beautifully! I love your embossed card base too...I'd forgotten I have that ef too, and should probably did it out so I remember to use it! :0)

Deepti said...

Those poppies are gorgeous :) love their bold and bright colors !

MaryH said...

Pretty, pretty. I think I colored this same image with Zigs, while we were in Fla (in October). Your w/c is - as always - gorgeous, and this looks lovely, framed in the black circle, with that wonderful SU Emboss look. Very classy & welcome colors on a gray afternoon. TFS & Hugs

Di said...

What a fabulous water colour image Bonnie! I love distress markers softened like this - and the crisp die cut backing is a perfect foil.

Hugs

Di xx

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

Gorgeous treatment of those beautiful Poppies Bonnie my friend! Love that texture too and the pop of black makes for a very eye catching design! Have a great upcoming week! Hazel xx
My Card Attic

Mrs A. said...

I love your poppies. Off to have a look a the technique. Thanks for sharing. Hugs Mrs A

Maxine D said...

What a wonderful and bold card Bonnie - love the poppies!
Blessings
Maxine

JosieD said...

Love this stamp and how you colored it -- such a vibrant yet soft look -- and a nice change from looking at Christmas cards (!). Your water coloring techniques are amazing.

SARN said...

Sensational card Bonnie. So vivid.
Hugs, Sarn x

JoAnn said...

Pretty poppies. Love the color and the texture on the background.

Daffodil Cards said...

SO Gorgeous

Susan said...

Beautiful poppies! It's so cold and frosty here today so it's nice to think of sunshine and summer flowers!

Sandy said...

This is really a wonderful technique and I hope I can do it justice! Thank you for the site with the tutorial on it. Every time you use this technique I always think "Oh how beautiful!"
Sandy xx

Kimbo said...

I love this Bonnie, so effective

Thanks for playing along at Cuttlebug Mania this time x

Barb said...

Beautiful poppies Bonnie and I like the embossing folder you've used. Barbxx

Greta said...

So striking & beautiful! The black frame really sets them off!

Helen said...

Beautiful card!
Thanks for playing at the Penny Black Saturday Challenge!
Helen x

Bobby said...

Those poppies are gorgeous framed in black with your signature embossing, Bonnie.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I thought that was an aperture instead of being layered onto the embossing. Gorgeous! That red POPS!

Nance E Salkeld said...

How did I miss this way back a month ago? Love, love love! One of my faves of yours!