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My Favorite Things Spotlight Poppies Card Kit Release Day

The FABULOUS new card kit from My Favorite Things is now available! The Poppy Blooms stamp set and Die-namics, as well as the Poppies Background, are also available for individual purchase. Here’s a picture of the kit contents:


For today’s card, I decided I wanted to do no-line coloring. I use MFT Natural Hybrid Ink to stamp the Poppies Background onto white card stock.

May21 Poppy Card Kit

I picked coordinating colors for the flowers to match the colors in the card kit. I started by coloring the first layer of color and shading to the flowers and stems with Copic Markers, then used super sharp Polychromos pencils to finish the fine details. This is my favorite way to color, and I do it quite often. Sharp pencils really help build depth in an image. A quick side note- I always color with a piece of the same paper off to the side so I can test all of my colors together before coloring my main image.


When I finished coloring, I added a strip of Poppy card stock and a strip of Black and White Stripe pattern paper for some fun contrast. I stamped and white heat-embossed a sentiment from the Sweet Friends stamp set, and die-cut it with a Skinny Strips Die-namics. I adhered it to the card front, then added the card front to an A2 size card base.


Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog today for more ideas and inspiration, then head over to the MFT shop and pick up your card kit today. Thanks for stopping by!



23 Replies to “My Favorite Things Spotlight Poppies Card Kit Release Day”

  1. Dear Angelica
    Your card is amazing and your coloring has given life to the pretty poppies. oh it is marvolous

  2. Oh my gosh! Your coloring skills are amazing! When I grow up I want to color like you. Love the colors you chose and the strip of black and white striped paper. Beautiful card!

  3. Wow. The coloring on these is outstanding. I could look at it for days. So pretty.

  4. WOW! What a beautiful card! I love the colors with the black and white stripes! And the subtle details from the Polychromos! So wonderful!

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