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Beautiful Die Cut Spring Flowers on a Poppy Stenciled Background

Poppy Stencils Background

Looking to jazz up your card backgrounds with a splash of spring? Check out this fun new Poppy Stencil that’s sure to make your springtime projects bloom.

Today we have a quick and easy project that can be tailored to fit almost any occasion. Christina used our new ‘4205 – Poppy Bloom Stencil‘ from our March ‘Garden Party Release’ and created a soft rainbow blend with Color Fuse Inks. For some subtle dimension, the center panel is slightly raised and some of the flowers have been attached with thin foam squares. A simple sentiment and a sprinkling of clear sequins is all that is needed for this card design. Follow along as we use beautiful die cut Spring flowers on a poppy stenciled background to get this fun springtime look.

Poppy Stencil by Brass & Bliss Craft Co.

To begin this card, stencil ‘4205 – Poppy Bloom Stencil‘ design on an A2 white card panel, creating a soft blend of Color Fuse Inks using Posey (‘Color Fuse Set #4‘), Mango (‘Color Fuse Set #2‘), Beachside (‘Color Fuse Set #9‘), Moss (‘Color Fuse Set #10‘), and Sky (‘Color Fuse Set #7‘). 

Pastel Color Fuse Inks by Brass and Bliss Craft Co.

Create the same color blend on white cardstock but without the stencil. Die cut multiple flowers using ‘5709-02D – Spring Flowers Die‘ from this color blend. Add white centers with glue.

Rainbow Die Cuts using Spring Flowers Die

Use the largest ‘5003D – Nested Rectangle Die‘ and die cut from the stenciled background panel, giving you the center panel and a thin frame piece. 

Poppy Stencil by Brass and Bliss Craft Co.
  • Die cut another large ‘5003D – Nested Rectangle Die‘ from white cardstock and glue to the center portion of the stenciled panel, creating a panel of double thickness.
  • Attach this doubled panel and the frame to an A2 card base. The center panel will be slightly raised compared to the thin frame.
  • Attach the ‘5709-02D – Spring Flowers‘ with a combination of foam squares and liquid adhesive in an arc across the panel.
  • Heat emboss a sentiment in white on black cardstock and trim around the sentiment for a sentiment strip. Christina used a sentiment from ‘36030 – Always Peony‘.
  • Attach the sentiment strip with foam squares and add clear sequin embellishments.

Christina has made such a beautiful spring card that any friend would love to receive. Be sure to visit Brass and Bliss on Instagram and Pinterest to see over amazing designs.

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