Monday, October 16, 2017

Essentials by Ellen Mix It Up Challenge and The Flower Challenge #13

The minute I saw the United We Flourish collaboration between Ellen and Altenew I knew I had to have those poppies.  I've use them to make a card for the Mix It Up Challenge.
I stamped the poppies in Altenew ink and fussy cut one side of them so they could hang over a polka dot panel.

Red, black and white are my favorite colors and poppies are one of my favorite flowers so I'm also sending this card to The Flower Challenge, where they are celebrating their first birthday.  Should I win I would like The Ton gift certificate.

Thanks for dropping by.  I hope your week is off to a great start.

9 comments:

  1. This is such a pretty card Bobby! The polka dots, those lovely blooms and your fabulous design all add up to prettiness!

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  2. Beautiful, Bobby ... the partial cutting along the edge of the poppies is such a lovely design element ... those gorgeous blooms really stand out against the yummy polka dots! Hugs, Anita :)

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  3. I LOVE this card!!!! The cut edge is just genius, as is your coloring. Great design too. I have pinned this one for future reference.

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  5. Bobby, your Poppies are so pretty in that classic red! especially with the polka dots = perfection!!!
    =]

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  6. Beautifully done! Poppies were one of my candidate-flowers for my DT card too!!! The round cut out edges around the flowers and the polka dot background go so well together! Thank you so much for celebrating with us at The Flower Challenge, Bobby!

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  7. A striking, beautiful card that highlights your love for poppies! I predict a winner here!
    Hugs~c

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  8. wonderful card mf..love the colour scheme and those gorgeous poppies.
    xx Karen

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  9. Gorgeous design Bobby. Love those poppies!! No wonder you HAD TO HAVE THEM! :) Red, black and white is so classic. xx

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