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Gimme Some Cabbage & Kale

Hello peeps!  I‘m back with one more peek at a new set from Power Poppy’s Natural Wonders collection.  Oh, and HEY… It’s release day too, which means you get to shop!!!  #happydance

Today’s set is called Cabbage and Kale.  It’s such a fun & unique stamp set!  I think you’re going to really love it.  Here’s my creation for today.

I masked off the biggest image onto X-Press It Blending Card, layered two smaller ones beside it, and had an absolute blast coloring them!  I used the following Copic Markers.

As you can see, I also used a white colored pencil on some of the veining and in a few of the highlight areas.  I love adding a bit of white colored pencil to make my Copic colored images pop!  I used a brick embossing folder from Taylored Expressions for the background, and aged it a bit with a white pigment ink pad.  A bit of silver cording & a coordinating trio of enamel dots finish off the details.

Here’s a look at the inside of the card:

I stamped one of the images in a few coordinating colors and added a small strip of left-over pink card stock to the top edge.  Easy peasy!

Allison Cope
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence <—You are here!
Kathy Jones
Marcella Hawley
Stacy Morgan
Tosha Leyendekker

Thanks so very much for stopping by, friends!  I do hope you have a most wonderful weekend!  Oh, and don’t forget to head on over to the Power Poppy store, and SHOP!

 

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19 Comments

  1. Wow! A pink brick background goes tremendously well with your Cabbage & Kale stamp set. I love the color combo you’ve used. Super job.

  2. BEAUTIFULLY DONE! (as usual! 🙂 ) – you really captured the true colors of the fall cabbage and kale! Truly New England! Thanks Again – for the colorful inspiration!

  3. This card is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing it with us. I love the cabbage and kale set. It may be one of the first stamps I buy.

  4. WOW Beautiful card, I love how you masked & colored the cabbages/kale! The layout is awesome! I love curly kale for salads and the decorative variety of kale and cabbage is beautiful to see!

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