Hey friends, it's Christy here, and I'm happy to be guesting with Right at Home today. One of the great things about a three-step stamp set like Anemone, is that there is a lot of versatility. For today's card, I was inspired by some patterned paper to take just the base layer of the flowers and leaves and turn them into poppies. Thinking of you or sympathy cards can be the hardest to make, and when you need one, it's often unexpectedly, so it's good to have one or two on hand for those occasions.
Using my MISTI, I stamped all my leaves in green, my flower bases in two shades of red and an orange, and the centers in black. Then I fussy cut everything out, separating the leaves into singles and small groups.
I die cut a focal panel in some matching patterned paper and stamped my greeting from fall sentiments. I also did some fun stamping on the inside of the card using Happy Mail Year 3, which you can check out in the video. ;)
To assemble my card, I added foam tape to the backs of the poppies, then filled in the space around and between them with the leaves using liquid glue. I added my patterned papers to my card base, and popped the focal panel over top with more foam tape.
You can check out the video below to see how the whole card came together.
I hope you enjoyed!
Thanks so much for stopping by today.