Wild Flowers

Afternoon, sharing another make from my master board make and Sweet Poppy Stencils.



Step by Step

Created the background using Dylusion paints with a brayer, plastic card and old lid, on white card stock.

Trimmed background to size, used Sweet Poppy Stencils black glossy dimensional paste with the Wild Flowers stencil, also from Sweet Poppy Stencils. 

Created a 5×7″ card blank from white textured card stock.

Cut away a small piece of card from the front edge of the card blank.

Used black Archival ink and the Script stamp from Indigo Blu to create the background on the card blank.

Used black card stock and a Tonic punch to create the border piece.

Attached the punched border to the card blank using red super sticky DS tape.

Inked the edge of the stencilled image with Black Soot Distress ink.

Matted the stencilled image onto black card stock.

Adhered to the card blank using 3D foam pads.

Again, I’ve not added a sentiment yet because I’m creating a stash of blank cards ready to add an appropriate sentiment when needed.


I’ll be entering the following challenges –

Creative Fingers – #114 Anything Goes

Simply Papercrafts – #34 Anything Goes

Crafting With Friends – #26 Anything Goes


Thanks for stopping by 👍 


2 thoughts on “Wild Flowers

  1. Elizabeth Hart says:

    This is gorgeous and I loved all the different elements you used to create that fabulous background. Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Creative Fingers Challenge, elizabeth (DT)


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