Here's my card.
The poppies/text image was stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento ink (ImagineCrafts) onto wood patterned paper from the Necessities Wood 6x6 pad (My Mind's Eye). The poppies were colored with Copic markers to match a photo of gorgeous blue poppies that I found on Google images. As a Virgo, I
sometimes usually like to be accurate. I used a wet brush to loosely draw around the perimeter of the image, then tore on the wet lines. The poppies part of the image was outlined with a Copic marker, then the text and dot part of the image were sponged with Antique Linen, Old Paper, and Tea Dye Distress inks.
I recently rediscovered my sprays (thanks to Lindy's Stamp Gang) and decided that they weren't evil after all! In fact, they're rather fun to use! A corrugated cardboard rectangle (reserved packaging) was sprayed with London Blue, After Midnight, White Linen, and Bubblegum Pink Dylusions sprays (Ranger) until I was happy with the result. The excess ink was mopped up with a second corrugate rectangle, a white tag, and a short length of white lace.
My Bubbles stencil (Ranger) was placed atop the sprayed corrugate, then Pearl Perfect Pearls Mists (Ranger) was sprayed over top to create a pattern and some shimmer. The sprayed shimmery corrugate was heat set, then the top layer was torn in a few spots to reveal the texture below. Some Tea Dye Distress ink was sponged onto the revealed layers to change the color a bit.
The image panel was adhered, the dyed lace was stapled on, and three small dragonfly charms were added.
I found a sheet of script patterned paper in the Timeless Type Stack (DCWV), which I cut down, then used Jet Black Archival ink (Ranger) with the dot patterned stamp from the Half Sheet Numbers and Flowers rubber sheet to stamp the dot pattern several times. The dotty script panel was sponged with the same mix of Distress inks used on the image panel.
The corrugate matted image panel was adhered to the card front, glitter stickers from my stash were used to add the sentiment, and the card front was adhered to a blue 5x7 card.
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