Birthday Poppies

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Best of 2014 x 5!
Congrats to Peggy, the newest Featured Stamper on Splitcoast! What a fabulous gallery full of die cut wonders! After much browsing, I chose THIS card of Peggy’s to case. I kept the layout, flowers, and multiple die cuts, but I used different die cuts, a little deeper color and a different greeting.NCC Birthday Poppies 03726

So in trying to keep my CASE in true Peggy fashion, I used a whole bunch of die cuts and only 1 little greeting stamp. I used the Anja corner on all 4 corners of the white panel before attaching it to a wedgewood blue panel. The fancy frame was die cut and I backed it with a larger blue oval before attaching all my little die cut flowers and grass. The greeting was die cut using the insert of a Spellbinders tag die and I added a mini flourish around it.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Congrats again, Peggy! Happy Memorial Day!

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Stamps: North Coast Creations – Floral Sentiments 3
Paper: white, wedge wood blue
Ink: Versfine onyx
Accessories:  Spellbinders Spellbinders Fancy Framed tags 2 & petite oval dies, Memory Box poppies, field of flowers, Palace oval dies, Cheery Lynn grass border & mini flourish dies, Marianne Anja corner die

4 Responses to Birthday Poppies

  1. Avatar Peggy Dollar
    Peggy Dollar says:

    Julie, this is even more stunning in the closeups! I have never used the Anja die in all 4 corners… I will have to try that! I love the accents around the sentiment. After I finished mine, I wished I had made it in a different size (taller)as I did not feel it balanced out well. YOURS is PERFECTION! One of the most beautiful cards I have ever seen……

  2. Oh my heaven and stars, is this ever a fabulous card. I LOVE all the white layering. Very creative Julie.

  3. Julie this is just amazing, I have some of these dies and am going to try and case this. Just fabulous!!

  4. Stunning creation Julie!
    I have this Anja corner die and love it with the wedgewood blue.
    I’m a huge fan of mixing dies and you’ve done a grand job with your masterpiece 🙂