Sunday, 5 April 2015

Sunrise Poppies

Hi there

As promised, here is my second card I made this morning.




I made a stencil from a scrap of cardstock using a circle die and then blended two inks to create the sun.  Next I stamped the poppies.  I took the sentiment stamp and curved it to follow the contour of the stem to the right before stamping in the same black ink and I finished off by stamping the birds.  A super simple, one layer card.

Materials used:

  • Die: Clearly Besotted - Geometric Style II (I used one of the circles to make the stencil)
  • Ink: Memento - Tangelo, Cantaloupe; Versafine - Onyx Black
  • Stamps: Kanban - Spring Meadow; Personal Impressions - Mix & Match

Challenge entries:

Less is More - Week 218 - Colour Challenge - Predominantly Black
Happy Little Stampers - April CAS Challenge - Stenciling
Muse - Challenge #111 - CASing Kristie (I used the sunset and the silhouette as my inspiration)














Thanks so much for popping by.  I'm now off out for a few hours to my brother's house as he's creating some mouthwatering BBQ food...he takes part in BBQ competitions and needs feedback from us, can't complain at that!

Hope to see you again soon, Happy Easter x



31 comments:

  1. Such a tranquil looking scene Anita, love the stenciling and the stamp.:)

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  2. Such a tranquil looking scene Anita, love the stenciling and the stamp.:)

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  3. A fabulous card - the stencilling and stamping are lovely.
    Kath x

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  4. Neets!!! My this is just one of those 'why didn't I think of this' moments in this card-maker's life!! So glad you played along with us and Kristie this week... thank you!
    =] Michele

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  5. What a beautiful CAS card - love the way the sentiment follows the lines of the stems.

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  6. Gorgeous!!! Simply gorgeous!

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  7. This absolutely blew me away Neets!! Spotted it earlier on my dashboard and still can't get over the absolute perfection. If this isn't a winner then I'll eat my Easter bonnet!!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  8. LOVE this card Anita!! Such a delicate and elegant card. I love the way you've curved the sentiment. Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers.

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  9. Your card looks wonderful!

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  10. Just love those flowers Anita and you have produced a wonderful card with them, the sun is magic!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  11. Beautiful, simple and very impressive card. Loves it right away.
    Happy Easter,
    hugs,
    Bozena

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  12. Splendid card and I LOVE both your curved sentiment AND your splash of colour

    Kathyk

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  13. This is great. Happy Easter xx Jan

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  14. Just commented on Cornelia's card, which went the opposite of yours in scale. I like yours equally as much - it's so fun to see how everyone is inspired differently by the same Muse! So glad you joined us this week, Anita!

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  15. THUD. This is absolute CAS perfection.

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  16. Stunning...simply stunning. Love that black and orange, so beautiful.

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  17. love, love, love this card Anita ... your mojo is flying.
    this is so striking, CAS perfect and totally gorgeous.
    Go girl ... it's a winner in my eyes at MUSE too!
    Thanks of course for linking up at Less is More.
    Sarah xx

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  18. Gorgeous CAS card. Love the image, and how you've made your own stencil. Really amazing. I think you've got a winner here. Bev

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  19. Really gorgeous card, Anita! I love te scale of your elements, and beautiful colors!

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  20. So elegant, its simply stunning!

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  21. A gorgeous CAS card. The pop of yellow is lovely

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  22. Echoing the others, Anita: silhouette and stencil perfection! Gorgeous!
    Hugs~c

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  23. Simply stunning Anita! What a gorgeous CAS creation.
    Hope you enjoyed the barbecue food!
    Thanks for joining us at Less is More this week
    Anne
    Less is More

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  24. Gorgeous card, love the flower die. Gail

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