Good Sunday morning! I got the Poppy Stamps Grand Madison Door in the mail this week and couldn’t wait to play with it. I paired it with the Rubbernecker Poppy Panel background to create a sweet old-fashioned wallpaper.
I colored the image with Regal Rose, Old Olive and So Saffron markers, spritzed lightly with water and stamped it on white cardstock. I how I made my own designer paper with the image. I die cut the door and attached to the base of the card.
I die cut the urns from the Papertrey Door to Door Accessory Die Collection using and attached on both sides of the door. I punched several pieces of foliage using my favorite Martha Stewart Branch punch. I found it available at JoAnn’s if you still looking for one. I arranged the foliage in the urns and attached using Glossy Accents. I punched out multiple flowers using my Fiskars 1/4” flower punch. Several people have asked where to find this punch but I can’t find them available any longer. I formed the flowers using my stylus and mat and attached in the foliage. I added a small wreath on the door for a finishing touch.
I hope you are having a great weekend. Thanks so much for stopping by.
Stamps: Rubbernecker Poppy Panel Background 519
Paper: White, Olive, Regal Rose
Ink: SU Markers-Regal Rose, So Saffron, Old Olive
Accessories: Poppy Stamps Grand Madison Door Die, Papertrey Door to Door Accessories Die Set, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Fiskars 1/4: Flower Punch, Stylus, Mat, Glossy Accents
Edited: Barbara notified me that there are a few of the Fiskars 1/4" punches available here on Ebay.
Jamie and Connie also notifed me that there are 1/4" flower punches in the dollar bins at Michael's.