Mar 7, 2018

A Pretty Perky Bouquet of Poppies

March already, where is the time going?  Colleen from Scrappin Granny here today to share a fun birthday card.

I started with the soft background cardstock.

Next I used the Perky Poppy die by Memory Box and cut out several poppies.

Since I wanted color from the poppies I glued them onto a piece of brightly colored scrap of cardstock.  Once they were glued on I cut around them.

This is what the finished poppies look like.

Next I used the biggest jar in the  Cutter Bee Die Set by EK Success to cut out a jar using a piece of corrugated cardboard and then covered the top with Goosebumps spray to give it a glossy look.

 I used the Leafy Flourish by Cheery Lynn to cut several vines.

Now it is time to put them all together to create a pretty, perky card.  I used thin strips of left over cardstock to make the ribbon and bow around the jar.

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  1. I love putting flowers in Mason Jars and yours is beautiful! I've never heard of Goosebumps for paper before. I'll have to search some out! Thanks for enabling and inspiring!!

  2. Beautiful! Love how you fussy cut the poppies and your color combo is gorgeous! Beautiful use of dies ... thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

  3. gorgeous! the layer of poppy colored paper behind the blue is an amazing combination! love this card!


  4. Poppies, like Daisies, are such happy flowers (in my opinion, anyway :-)) Love the beautiful look of your mason jar. I need to go Google "Goosebumps" and see what it's all about. I hadn't heard of it before, but now I want some too :-)


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