Poppies For You, Part 2: Resist Technique – The Stamp Market

Hi everyone! Welcome to part 2 of the Poppies For You series. For this card, I actually made a 2-for-1 background using the resist technique. The other card I created with leftovers from this one, I will show in a separate post. The card I’m sharing today is very easy to make, and if you want, also easy to mass produce.

First I stamped the poppy image multiple times with VersaMark ink on white cardstock, and heat set the WOW! white embossing powder. After that, I created an ink blended gradient with Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Kitsch Flamingo, Spung Sugar, and Wilted Violet. After ink blending, make sure to wipe away all the excess ink sitting on the embossed areas.

For the sentiment, I die cut Hello with the Mini Skinny Upper Alphabet die from The Stamp Market. In order to create dimension, I die cut it 4 times out of white cardstock and stacked it on top of each other. For the top layer, I ink blended the Hello with Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry. With the same color, I also stamped the ‘beautiful’ to finish off the sentiment.

Finally, I added some sequins from Little Things from Lucy’s Card which gave that bit of extra to the card and finishes it off.

I hope you like this card and it gave you inspiration. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

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