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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Hello friend

I was so excited to receive my order from Power Poppy earlier this week, I couldn't wait to colour up one of the new images.

I ended up choosing one of the images in the set called Simply Camellias.



I stamped the image on cougar white 100lb card stock using black memento.  I then coloured the image using prismacolour pencils and blended with gamsol.

My good friend Nancy surprised me one day at work  by sending over a 6x6 paper pad from Prima called Butterfly collection.  OMG if you know me I love paper and especially since this is 'nature' based. The papers are to die for in this collection.  I knew I wanted to use it with this image.  After colouring I cut it our using a circle die using the out of the box technique so I could allow the leave to spill outside of the circle edge.  I layered this onto a new die set called circle delight, and delightful this is!.  For the scalloped edge on the prima paper I used scallop borders two.

To finish off I added the sentiment stamped in black versafine, silk taupe bow, glitter on the flower and  a tiny wooded heart.  I just love how this all came together.  The colours are a bit softer in real - so pretty.

Supplies:
stamp - Power Poppy - simply camellias
ink - black memento, black versafine, prismacolour - pink rose PC1018, deco peach PC1013, deco pink PC1014, pink PC929, magenta PC930, carmine red PC926, deco yellow PC1011, limepeel PC1005, kelly green PC1096, kelp green PC1090, peacock blue PC1027, warm grey 30% PC1052, warm grey 50% PC1054, warm grey 70% PC1056, dark umber PC947
dies - spellbinders - circle, circle delight, scallop borders two
paper - Prima - butterfly collection, bazzill light taupe, white, pink
misc - glitter, calico studio wooded heart, silk ribbon, bow maker

I can see some more Power Poppy stamps coming into my collection next week.  Have you seen the sneak peaks for the release on Monday? Oh my goodness, they are gorgeous.  Marcella has done it again!

Thanks for stopping by, have a wonderful weekend.  So glad tomorrow is friday! :)

Pauline


8 comments:

  1. Hi Pauline! You always do beautiful things with Marcella's images! Camellias are one of my favorites and you certainly did this sweet bloom up right with your lovely coloring and pretty papers! How sweet is your friend to surprise you with Prima papers! I am sure you will put them to excellent use and I can't wait to see what all you create with them! :) Sending hugs your way....

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  2. Oh my goodness this is floral yumminess all around. Those papers are so delicate and perfectly feminine. Your design really makes the image shine. By the way, the owl photo in your header is amazing. What a gorgeous bird. Hugs!

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  3. Oh, how exciting you got some new Power Poppy stamps! Your coloring on this is so delicate and pretty. LOVE the paper! Prima pads are always packed full of gorgeous papers and this is especially lovely. What a nice gift! I know you'll enjoy this set and I'm going to look forward to seeing more of it with your fabulous design skills. Your new header photo just took my breath away. Wow!

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  4. Very nice job!! your card is beautiful!!!

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  5. Hi Pauline,

    Love the card, so pretty. The owl picture is amazing. He is looking straight at you. Thank you.

    Much love,

    Shirley T. xxx

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  6. Pauline, this is so soft and beautiful, just like this precious and sweet camellia in the glass bowl! I love these gorgeous papers and the wonderful layout!! And your pencil coloring is gorgeous! I too love the owl header...we watched the Berry College eagles this year as they hatched and then fledged. What fun! So glad you got new PP stuff...and, yes, the new release looks fabulous! Hugs!

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  7. This is a beautiful card Pauline, such a pretty image and papers.
    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely comment.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. Saw you on Splitcoast & hv been enjoying your work!! (How do you tie those perfect tiny bows!??). This creation is really a great design.

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