Friday, September 5, 2014

Power Poppy Peeps Challenge

Welcome back my creative friends!  Once again Friday has snuck up on me, so I have a Power Poppy Peeps Challenge card to share with you.  I used this week's Splitcoastampers' Sketch challenge (SC504) as my inspiration, and added just a bit to it......okay...A LOT to it.  I got a bit carried away this week, but let me tell you, I had THE MOST FUN adding little things here and there.

I absolutely LOVE the Power Poppy Farmer's Market stamp set.  I still have yet to color one more image in it, and I am truly looking forward to it.  Every image is thoroughly delightful.  This week, I chose to color the crate of apples with my Copics.  Now, I realize with all that's "going on" in this card, it's hard to see what I really wanted to focus on, so I've provided a close up, so you can see all the wonderful detail Marcella puts in her images.  It's incredible!

I know, I know...there were no flags or banners in the sketch, but believe it or not, I felt the corner looked a little bare.  What?  It did...truly!!  So I stamped the leafy part (or kale) of one of the images, with white, onto kraft card stock and created a little banner.

I love the detail in the leaves.  Marcy thinks of everything!!

Well, now, that's it for my project today.  I hope you'll have a chance to join us for our Power Poppy Peeps challenge this week.  We truly love seeing what you do with Marcella's designs, and you could be featured on the Power Poppy blog and be entered into a drawing for some more Power Poppy stamps!!  Head on over to the Power Poppy Blog for all the details.

But don't forget to check out what these Bloom Brigade team members have made to inspire this week!
Copics:  R39, R37, R35, R11, G28, G24, G21, YG13, YG11, E47, E35, E33, E31, E000, T5

    Happy Stamping!


Stamps:  Farmer's Market (Power Poppy)
Paper:  Cryogen White, Quilting Bee (MME), Kraft and Vintage Cream (PTI)
Ink:  Tuxedo Black (Memento), Onyx Black (Versafine), Vintage Photo (Ranger Distress)
Accessories:  Copics, Primitive Hearts #3 die (Sizzix), Woodgrain embossing Folder (Sizzix), Sequins (Teresa Collins), Button (PTI), Twine, Paper Doily, Distrezz-it-All (Zutter), Sewing Machine, Dimensional Tape, Rhinestone (Pizzazz Aplenty) 


ChristineCreations said...

WOW, what a totally fun and beautiful design Tosh! I don’t think you got carried away at all looks so perfectly placed in your hands.

Chriss Blagrave said...

Truly gorgeous!

Lyn said...

Wow this is stunning I so love that crate of apples <3

Stacy Morgan said...

Tosh this is yummy goodness! I like the sketch. These apples are good enough to eat girlie!

Julie Koerber said...

Oh my.. do those apples just pop off your card.. or what? Beautiful coloring and such a fun and fab design! Love all the distressed edges and fanciful embellies! A feast for the eyes!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, my, Tosh! I LOVE it!! It looks like you had such fun pulling all these papers and shapes together to make a beautiful shabby card!! And truly, the crate of apples really shines because of your gorgeous coloring!! Stunning card!! Hugs!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, Tosh, you just tickled my funny bone! I love, love, LOVE your card with this sketch as the starting point. How fun to add all the little "extras"! Your apple crate is clearly the focal point. This is just so dang CUTE!

Holly said...

Ooooohhhhhhhhh I love all the distressing on this card! And your coloring on that wooden crate is AWESOME!

Allison Cope said...

You certainly rocked last week's sketch Tosh! Love it! You always know how to make so many cool patterned paper work together. Gorgeous card this week!

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