I love this image! It makes me think of my adopted Mom who always had tons of oriental poppies taking over her garden. Good times spent in the gardens with her!! Thanks to a few gifted seeds, for the last 17 years they fight to take over my garden too~
This is my first try at "No Line Copic Coloring". My eyesight is not that great so there are some mistakes. I stamped this beautiful Poppy Pair J8956 by Impression Obsession with Tsukineko Memento Desert Sand and colored the leaves, stem and shadow with Copic Markers. I think most people use a light gray or a lighter shade of the colors you are using but my old eyes and poor lighting wouldn't permit me. Getting old is not for sissies~LOL. Next I popped up an A2 Filigree Delight that has been sprayed with homemade Shimmer mist that has been concocted with Tsukineko Frost White All-Purpose Ink and rubbing alcohol. I sprayed everything except the image with and it has a gorgeous subtle shimmer that my camera refuses to pick up. I love how you can make cheap paper look expensive with this product! I stamped the poppies again with the same ink on some scrap X-press Blend It card stock, coloring only the poppy blossoms and cut them out. Next time I do this I will color the poppies underneath as well. The mat layer has some scoring added and ribbon adhered over the corners.
Leaves and Stems~G40, YG61-67
I am entering this card in the following challenges.......
Impression Obsession~Bloom Where you Are Planted
Bearly Mine~Dies and or Punches
Crafting With Dragonflies~One for The Girls
Thanks for stopping by and have a most fabulous day!
Stamps~ Impression Obsession - Poppy Pair J8956
Ink~Tsukineko Memento Desert Sand, Copics
Accessories~Tsukineko Frost White All-Purpose Ink, Spellbinders A2 Filigree Delight, Pearls, Pop Dots, Ribbon