Monday, March 30, 2015

Power Poppy Sneaky Peeks Day 2: Simply Camellias

Hello all and Happy Monday! As you kick off your week have we got a special treat! It's day two of the sneaky peeks showing off Power Poppy's latest clear stamp set release! Yesterday the Bloom Brigade lavished you with Lilac. Today, we confound you with Camellias!


Simply Cameillias takes Power Poppy's beautiful digital stamp -- Camellias --  and builds on its beauty in a clear polymer stamp set! It's the second offering in Power Poppy's brand new Scents and Sensibility Collection coming to the Power Poppy Shop on April 1st!

On to my creation!


Do you ever start with a card and have absolutely no idea where you are going? I wanted to create a soft monochromatic card and so, I started coloring the leaves of this single Camellia in shades of violet grey (BV20, BV23 and BV25). I followed it up with the flowers themselves and used B60 and B63. When I was done coloring with these two colors, I blended by coloring the entire image with V0000. It gave it a wee bit of a rosy flair. The background around my flowers was colored with BV00.

After I was done coloring I did add some dots of black and then followed up and added some white acrylic paint dots. Not sure if I love that, but my goal was to just add a wee bit of POP. The ribbon is Hug Snug and then I added some BasicGrey pearls and a fun die cut frame (Spellbinders Majestic Labels Twenty Five). And that, my friends is it! Like I said, I had no idea where this card was going when I began but I achieved the monochromatic feel!

Want to be WOWED by the rest of the Bloom Brigade. I personally can't wait to see their take on this amazingly beautiful set. These fine ladies below always seem to know how to bring these breathtaking illustrations to life!


Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber >>> you are here!
Kathy Jones
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker
Marcella's Power Poppy Post


Stay tuned dear friends! Tomorrow's set is one that will offer up another irresistible breath of spring!! See you back here then!

~Julie


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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Power Poppy Sneaky Peeks Day 1: Lilac Time!

Hello all! How's life in your neck of the woods? Is spring staring to sprout? Well, if you are still waiting for warmer temperatures and the first signs of budding blossoms, have we got YOU in mind with Power Poppy's latest clear stamp set release!

Will you check this out???


Ahhhhhh.... I LOVE lilacs. LOVE them! There is nothing like taking a deep breath and smelling their sweet fragrance in the air! It's just such a serene scent. My hubby and I both love lilacs and that's why we are vowing this spring to rip up part of our yard just to plant a trio of lilac bushes! But, sweet friends, I digress!

Marcella has added to her fabulous digi French Lilac with a gorgeous new vignette as well as beautifully scripted sentiments to bring you Lilac Time! It's a brand spanking new clear set! And, it's a part of Power Poppy's brand new Scents and Sensibility Collection coming to the Power Poppy Shop on April 1st!

On to my creation!

I started with this beautiful image by stamping on white cardstock with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink. Then, like I love to do, I grabbed my Copic markers and used G20, G21, G24, G28, B60, B63, B66, Y00,Y06, Y35, B00, B0000, BV0000, BV00, E81, E0000, R0000, RV00 and R01.


When I was done, I did add some Waterfall Stickles (blue shimmer) to the flowers. You can barely see it in the close up, but trust me, it's there and it sparkles! I cut my image out with a Spellbinders LG Circle die and then used my paper piercer to add a little accent around my image. The bottom band is done with a Spellbinders border die (Scalloped Borders Two). I added some Hug Snug ribbon, and a mix of BasicGrey and Stampin' Up decorative paper and... ta da! The sentiment, also from the set, was stamped and punched out with a 1-1/4" circle punch. And that, my friends, is it!

Goodness, if you love lilacs as much as I do than you most certainly will want to hop along the Bloom Brigade trail to see what the rest of the Bloomies whipped up with this beautiful set!

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Julie Koerber >>>>> you are here!
Kathy Jones
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Marcella's Power Poppy Post


Stay tuned dear friends! Tomorrow's set that the Bloomies will sneak has just as much of a botanical flair! In fact, it has squeal factor! I'll see you back here tomorrow!

~Julie


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Thursday, March 26, 2015

It's a BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!


Hello all and welcome to a super duper extra special kind of post! Why, you ask? Well, it's only because it is the ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY OF POWER POPPY! 365 days ago, Power Poppy brought sunshine to card makers far and wide when it opened its virtual doors and we, members of the Bloom Brigade, couldn't be more honored to be a part of this colorful, creative powerhouse!

Marcella, you have a way of drawing flowers like no other! Not to mention, you are a super human being too - generous, kind, spirited, and honorable with a one of a kind joy de vivre!! I am blessed beyond words to get to "work" with you and over the moon excited that you've hit this milestone! I know that only GOOD TIMES are ahead with you cranking out the beautiful art that seems to come oh-so-naturally to you! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THIS BEAUTIFUL DREAM OF YOURS GIRLFRIEND!

In honor of this SPECIAL DAY Power Poppy wants all of YOU to get in on the celebration and so, if you click HERE on this post, you can read up on how YOU can wish Power Poppy a Happy Birthday and win this.....


So check it out and get in on all the FUN! 

To help wish Marcella & Power Poppy a Happy 1st Birthday, the Bloom Brigade is joining forces to share birthday creations in honor of this special day! So... on to mine!


Of course I had to have a splash of pink and a little bit of sparkle in my birthday wishes! So, I grabbed the Short Stacks stamp set (I had cut the image out beforehand with my Silhouette Design Software) and then, stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with Copic markers! I used RV00, RV02, RV83, RV81, E53, E55, R32, R35, B00, B0000, YG23, YG00, and G20. 

From there, the rest is matting up! I actually got my hands on the embossed paper that was a part of SU's Sale-e-bration. The polka dots are glossy and embossed and so when you use a spray, it will resist the embossed areas. I sprayed it with Shimmerz Pop Art Pink Vibez spray. I had never used this spray much and man, oh man, a little goes a LONG way! :-) You can see below not only a closeup of my coloring but how the spritz really works! It's glitter based too which makes it shimmer!


From there, I matted my main image onto some sparkly background paper. The embossing folder is From Stampin' Up and the iridescent ribbon is from Michaels. An easy peasy lemon squeezy perky and fun birthday creation fit for Power Poppy's 1st Birthday!!

Now, the rest of the Bloom Brigade has a party of its own for Power Poppy over on each designer's blog -- so be sure to stop on by with a birthday "Hi!" and, don't forget to stop HERE to see how you can win a $100 gift card!

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber
Kathy Jones
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker


Thanks so much for stopping by! We'll see you back here soon --- Mark your calendar -- SUNDAY starts the sneaks for Power Poppy's April Release!!! Trust me when I say that you won't want to miss one minute of that action! ;-)

~Julie


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Friday, March 20, 2015

Let's Dance!


Hello all and happy Friday! Today not only brings the verge of the weekend BUT..... it's the first official day of SPRING! And, in honor of this lovely transition into flowers and showers, we bring you a special Power Poppy treat!

Just in case you missed it, last Sunday the Instant Gardeners popped the top on a brand new digital stamp set that is just, dare I say, luscious! What's better than buttery, twirly, swirly daffodils? So, check this out, will you?


Petals unfurl and foliage twists and twirls in this new digital stamp set called Dancing With Daffodils illustrated with love by Marcella Hawley. Daffodils and periwinkle vines almost appear to dance as they celebrate the arrival of Spring. A swirled up snail appears ready for a good time, too! Use the “Just Because” sentiment to have a springy card on hand, or use with a more seasonal sentiment to set the perfect tone.

Today, the Bloom Brigade is showing off this beauty so.... on to my creation!


I printed off my image on Cougar Opaque White card stock and then colored it up with Copic markers. I hate to say this but I used so many that I honestly couldn't share all. It was one of those moments that I grabbed a marker and decided on a little bit of this and a little bit of that. I added a little Hug Snug seam binding in yellow, a Stampin' Up gold button with some May Arts gold cording and.... a fun Spellbinders A2 Fancy Ribbon Threader Die. This die is perfect for those big images that are too large for an intricate layout but need a little somethin' somethin'! ;-)

I matted it all up on some Echo Park Fine and Dandy paper and... ta da! Done! I just love this image and think it truly is a wonderful way to honor this most wonderful time of year! 

Guess what? The rest of the Bloomies have gotten in on the "Dancing with Daffodils" act and have some beautiful creations to share! 

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Dawn Burnworth
Dina Kowal
Julie Koerber
Kathy Jones
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker

And, if you are ever looking for more inspiration for this digital stamp set, it's out there! The Power Poppy Pinterest Boards have ALL of Power Poppy's stamp sets ripe with ideas to spark your creativity. Check out the Dancing With Daffodil's board HERE!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have an fantabulous weekend ahead -- one that's full of JOY! See you back here soon! Oh, oh OH! I almost forgot. Mark your calendar for MARCH 29TH! That's when the next round of Power Poppy clear stamps will head off the production line and into the Power Poppy shop! Stay tuned, it's gonna be FUN!

Have a good one!
~Julie


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Friday, March 6, 2015

Let's Go for the GOLD!

Hello all! It's the first Friday of the month and that means it's time for the brand spanking new Power & Spark Challenge! Can you feel the raw excitement? I can dear stamping friends! I CAN!

Today's challenge is brought to you by one of the sweetest ladies on the planet -- TOSHA LEYENDEKKER! And, this month she's challenging us all to......


HOW TO PLAY: Here's what dear Tosh has to say about the GO FOR THE GOLD challenge!
"March 17 just happens to be my husband's birthday. So, even though he's not Irish, I can't help but think of St. Patrick's Day. However, I don't want to focus on Shamrocks, Leprechauns or rainbows because, face it...it's really the gold everyone is after, right? And I struck gold when I married this man 25+ years ago. So, make a card that has gold incorporated into it: embossing, paper, embellishments, etc.!"
There you have it folks! Use a little gold on your card, link up your creation using the linky ON THIS POST HERE! Just that simple! You can also follow that link to all of the official rules!

On to my creation!

I tried to create with a trifecta of gold for this one! I have a snippet of gold cording, a gold colored decorative paper and even the use of gold-ish yellow marker in the color of my primrose! And, while Tosh said not to worry about St. Patty's Day, I threw in some green for good measure! ;-) I stamped the primrose from Power Poppy's Potted Primrose stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black and then colored up my image using Copic Markers. Trim around my image, attach it to my decorative paper using foam tape and then, add a little razzle dazzle with the help of some glitter glue! The sentiment is from the Big Scripts stamp set and the shape before I stamped the sentiment in Teal Zeal Memento had been cut thanks to a Silhouette cut file I created. Mat it on a couple layers of paper die cut thanks to Spellbinders Labels Seventeen and... almost done! I paper pierced the decorative paper (from Carta Bella's Yesterday collection), mat it all up and... ta da! Done!

Here's a little close up for you!


And that, my friends is it!  Want to see the Bloom Brigade's spin on this sparkly, 24 karat challenge? I know I do! 

Julie Koerber >>> you are here!

So..... get those fingers inky and Go for the Gold! We can't wait to see how your creations shimmer and sparkle with that Midas Touch! ;-) Happy Friday and have a fabulously creative weekend! 

~Julie


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Friday, February 27, 2015

Time's Running Out! ;-)


Hello folks and Happy Friday. Wait.... shhh...... hear that sound? That ticking noise? You do? Well, that is the sound of time running out on this fine and fanciful challenge below!

http://powerpoppy.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-sky-is-limit.html

YES.. you only have one more day to look to the skies and let beauty inspire beauty! How do you play? Simply let the colors of the sky serve as an inspiration for your card making mojo! You can click HERE for all the official rules! And that is the place to link up your creation after you’ve gotten those fingers inky! The winner will be unveiled next Friday over on the Power Poppy blog! 

Well, I better take a wee bit of time to share my creation this week!

Well, this creation came after seeing one of these....

I have no idea why, but after a trip to the mall, I couldn't get the pink stripes with a splash of gold off the brain! I thought -- why not try to imitate the Vicky Secrets bag on a card? After stamping the word "hello" from the Big Scripts stamp set with Versamark ink, I covered it with white detail embossing powder and heat embossed! Then, the fun with paint began! I added some Vivid! Pink ink drops from a reinker to an acryllic block and then took a wide brush (about 1/2" wide), wet it a bit and then picked up the pink ink --  using the brush to "swoosh" it off the panel. I kept doing this to add the color and then watered down the ink on my acrylic block and went back over it to get the lighter pink shade. I added a gold panel, a spash of sequins, some paper piercing and a snippet of gold cording and, that's about it folks! This truly is a 10-minute creation! I thought it would be fun to have cards like this one on hand for those "need it in a jiffy" kinds of occasions! 

Here's a close up of the embossed "hello" from Power Poppy's Big Scripts stamp set! 


I simply LOVE all of the hand-painted letters in this set! If you've never seen how this set came together, you need to read THIS post from Marcella. And, if you need more inspiration, simply hop on over to the Power Poppy Pinterest Big Scripts board HERE! ;-) And that, my friends, is it! Make sure to pay a visit to some of my fellow Bloom Brigade teammates to see the creativity they cultivated this week! 



Thanks sweet peeps for stopping by! Have a fabulous and free spirited weekend ahead!

~Julie






~Julie


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Friday, February 20, 2015

LOVELY LILACS!

Hello all and Happy Friday! Hope your creative week is ending on a high note! It's Power Poppy Friday here on the ole Out to Impress Blog and have I got a digital treat for you! In fact, let's get right to it!

Just in case you missed it, last Sunday the Power Poppy Instant Gardeners unveiled the latest addition to Power Poppy's Instant Garden a.k.a. their digital stamp set colleciton! And this one, my dear friends, is not an image that is to be missed!


Say hello to French Lilac, which Marcella Hawley drew so lush and lovely that you can almost smell the beautiful fragrance of lilacs coming out of each and every card! ;-) 

Since this is a digi, I used THIS tutorial to prep my image and I actually created a 4 by 5" canvas and draped the lilac off both corners of my front panel. From there, I colored this lovely up with Copic markers, trimmed, and the rest is matting it up with the help of a Spellbinders Fancy Tags die, some Lavender Vivid Ink sponged on top of the die cut tag (sentiment is also from the French Lilac Digital Stamp Set), and then a fun (and very old) Martha Stewart border punch accented with rhinestones! Ta da! 

Here's a peek at the Copic colors that I used.....

And, here's a close up! Don't you just love that little lady bug? I sure do!!!

And that, my friends is it! As always the fabulously talented Bloom Brigade has a eye candy parade for you using Power Poppy stamps (many, if not all used this amazingly beautiful lilac image!). So, hop on over and see........

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber >>> you are here!
Kathy Jones
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker

And don't forget Power Poppy's The Sky Is The Limit Challenge!

Here's how to play! Be inspired by the sky, create, and link up your creation HERE for a chance to win a Power Poppy stamp set of choice!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a fun and oh-so-blessed weekend! 
~Julie


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Friday, February 13, 2015

February is HERE!

Hello all and Happy Friday!!! Hope your week is ending on a high note! If you saw THIS post over on the Power Poppy Blog earlier this year, you know that all year long, I am going to be taking Power Poppy Digital Stamps and customizing a calendar. It's funny, I originally thought this little number would sit on my work desk, but I decided instead to share it with my mom! Now that we are half way through February, I thought I'd share the one I crafted for this month!

I used the same tutorial as the link above and lined up the Camellias Digital Stamp up along the left side of my calendar.

From there, it was as simple as trimming up my calendar, rounding the corners and then... COLORING! I decided to use Ranger Distress Markers for this one and picked up these colors: Worn Lipstick, Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose, Shabby Shudders, and Peeled Paint. When I was done coloring it up, I took two Copic shades -- BG0000 and BG11 and added some shading around my image. And, to add a little razzle dazzle to the centers of some of the flowers --- glitter glue! Here's a close up!


And that, my friends, is it! A FEW FUN ITEMS OF NOTE! If you love Power Poppy's Digital Stamps, mark your calendar! This Sunday - February 15th - Power Poppy will reveal the latest addition to the Power Poppy Instant Garden. And, those fabulous designers known as the Instant Gardeners will be on hand to show off this new image! So on Sunday, make sure to head on over HERE to the Power Poppy Blog!

While you're surfing, don't forget about the Power & Spark Challenge -- one way you can express your creativity AND maybe win a stamp set of choice! Check it out!

Since it's Friday, some of my fellow members of the Bloom Brigade have some wonderful creations to share, so hop on over and see.....

Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Julie Koerber >>> you are here!
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you have the best of the best weekends and for those in the U.S. -- HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY! May love & joy rule the day! :-)

~Julie


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Friday, February 6, 2015

The SKY is the Limit!

Ever long for that dash of design power or splash of creative spark? Well, I sure do! Let's face it, we can’t be creative geniuses 100% of the time, can we? ;-) That’s why TODAY I am helping Power Poppy to kick off a whole new way to get that mojo a flowing for your creative pursuits!

Let me introduce you to the....

Each month, Power Poppy will usher in a new designer-led challenge and you have all month long to submit cards, chat it up with the Power Poppy designers and get YOUR chance to win a Power Poppy stamp set of your choice! Click on over HERE the first Friday of each month and you’ll see what this fun-filled journey is all about!

So, in the graphic above, you'll see a little photo that I took out my front door last week is the focus of my challenge this month!

HOW TO PLAY: Our VERY FIRST challenge is all about being inspired by the lush and radiant colors that our atomosphere offers us each and every day! The good news is, you have all February to take on this challenge, so look to the skies and snap a picture of a beautiful sunrise, a grand blue cloudless sky or a heart-stopping sunset! Then, be inspired! Please feel free to share your sky photo in your blog or gallery post -- we'd love to see! Feel free to click HERE to the Power Poppy blog for all the official rules!

On to my creation! 


You can see I took a pretty literal translation of the little photo I snapped off in the sky above my home. I loved the way it transitioned from orange to blue and while I didn't add a little spot for the moon, I decided to add some sparkle to give that effect thanks to rhinestones and sequins!

I started by stamping the Thanks so Much onto white card stock with Versamark Ink and embossing with white detail embossing powder.....

Then, I ripped some Post-It Notes to mask off the sides before I sponged on some ink to give it that uneven edge.


When it came time to sponge ink, I reached for a SUPER OLD duo of ink pads. Remember these?


That's right -- Kaleidacolor Ink Pads. Gosh, I think these were one of my first purchases when I first started stamping 14 years ago. Would you believe that these are STILL inky? Not even a bit died out. I was amazed. Anyway, I used a sponge and added a bit of color until the colors had blended just the way I wanted them. I carried the orange up into the blue a bit more to mimic my sky. And... that, my friends, is about it! I have to say, I LOVE the Big Scripts sentiment! Because these senties are so large and in charge, THEY are the focal point and I love that -- especially when you need a card in a jiffy!

I do have a confession to make about this challenge and this card. Lately, I am OBSESSED with the sky. Actually, it's because of one of my other hobbies... knitting! My local yarn shop is hosting a knit a long that is so uber cool. It's called the Sky Shawl and after grabbing up delightful yarns in colors that can be found in the sky, you journal the colors you see each day and knit two rows in the yarn that's the closest match. Yes, this is a year-long project showcasing the skies over your home town. I have a little journal and I have 7 shades of alpaca lace yarn. Isn't this yarn delish? I picked most of the blues and then the peach and russet shades from the far left. Dreamy!



Here's a peek at my friend Becky modeling one of the finished shawls, I think it is so fun to think that the sky determines your color scheme!

Like I said... Dreamy! Okay, I'll stop now. I am sure you have places to go and people to see -- like the Bloom Brigade! The Bloomies have a bit of wonderfulness to show off this Friday!



Thanks for stopping by! I hope you join me in the POWER & SPARK Challenge! Look to the skies and be inspired as you create! I will love seeing the skies that sit over your little corner of the world that inspire creativity in your stamp rooms! 

See you back here soon!

~Julie


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Monday, February 2, 2015

Howdy Ho There!

Hello there and Happy Monday! Just wanted to let you know that I am hosting.....


... over on the Power Poppy Blog!  This week, I am showing you how you can look at your digital stamps in a whole new way thanks to some simple photo editing software! I'm going to show you how to take this image.....La Vie En Rose... 


And alter it to create this below! 


So click HERE and see for yourself! Thanks for stopping by!

~Julie


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Sunday, February 1, 2015

It's Time for the Power Poppy Hop!

Hello all! And NOW... the moment we've all been waiting for! After looking at all the sneaky peeks from Power Poppy for the last five days, the RELEASE DAY has finally arrived! And, all you need to do is click HERE to see the Storm of Creativity Collection! This bevy of beautiful designs have sure inspired a ton of creativity within the Bloom Brigade! And so now, it's your turn! Grab these gorgeous images and let's see what you can create!

As with every Power Poppy Release Day, the Bloom Brigade loves to pick one of the sets from this week and share another creation as we all take part and have a full fledged Power Poppy Hop!

On to my creation!

I started my design with a little paper from the Carta Bella Yesterday 6 by 6" decorative paper pad and I decided not to color all of this big and beautiful orchid but to "spotlight" it instead! So, I stamped one of the orchids from Power Poppy's new set called Orchids Rock using Memento Rich Cocoa. From there, I stamped my image again using Memento Tuxedo Black onto white card stock. I grabbed my Copic Markers and went to town! I used G20, G21, G24, G28, R24, R00, R35, R39, Y35, Y21, E31, BG0000 and BG10. After coloring just that section, I punched out my flower using a 1/-1/4" circle punch and then matted it on a die cut shape from a retired Spellbinders Blossom die. I trimmed the main decorative paper piece, added a little paper piercing and corner rounding, added my sentiment (also from the set) and then added my main colored image thanks to a wee bit of foam tape. Throw in some burlap twine, a fun brad and... ta da! Done! 

Here's a close up! 


And that, my friends, is it! I won't keep you much longer! Make sure you stop by these fine ladies' places on the blogosphere to see what they crafted for our Power Poppy Hop! I know you won't be disappointed!

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber>>> you are here!
Katie Sims
Leslie Miller
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker


Thanks for stopping by and joining us all week. We sure had a blast showing off these new designs! Hope you had fun too! See you back here soon!

~Julie


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Friday, January 30, 2015

Sneak Peeks Day 4: BIG SCRIPTS!

Have you noticed that big words are taking center stage in paper crafting these days? Well, Power Poppy (and Marcella Hawley) sure has!

And that's exactly why Marcella grabbed her uber huge paint brush and hand crafted these sentiments that made their way into polymer. Check this out!



You are going to LOVE these edgy, hand-painted, larger than life words! Use the words from this Big Scripts set as the star of the show on your cards and creations OR pair them with other stamped images or papers to create that mega wow effect!

On to my creation!

For my creation, I chose to make this "Hello" large and in charge! I paired it with a fun Spellbinders Shapeabilities Decorative Card Front die called Contemporary Strip. I just love all the little holes and bubbles this die creates and I thought my cut out "hello" would be perfect over top! I cut the "hello" after creating a Silhouette file, inked up the word using Teal Zeal Memento Ink, added some bling, sparkly paper and a snippet of silver cording and voila! Just that easy peasy!

Here's a close up!

I can see so many uses for these big-lettered sentiments and I can't wait to try them all! I know the Bloom Brigade has a fabulous array of creativity to show off! So, what are you waiting for? Hop on over and see.....

Christine Okken
Dawn Burnworth
Julie Koerber >>> you are here!
Katie Sims
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker
The Power Poppy Blog >>> click on over for more on Marcella's inspiration!

I have to tell you -- tomorrow's set is one that is big on color and sweetness. If you love Marcella's floral illustrations, this set is NOT to be missed! Swing back by and see for yourself! 
~Julie


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