The Spellbinders Poppies Pocket die is just so darn pretty and detailed, that you could really go all out with it (there’s some amazing examples of this already!). I decided to keep it simple though, because I just loved how it looked in white.
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I stamped the Repeating Flower background on cloud cardstock with Unicorn ink, and then layered the die cut on top. Because of the white, it’s hard to see the dry embossing details in the pics, but so pretty in real life.
I layered the card with a hummingbird that I had leftover from THIS blog post. Even though the red bled on the top of this little guys head, I am not someone who goes to the trouble of coloring something and throws it away, if at all salvageable lol.
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Finally, a sentiment from Color Layering Fuchsia, heat embossed in white on black cardstock, finishes off the card. I love how detailed this card looks, when really, the most “difficult” part is coloring the hummingbird, and even that’s a breeze!
Good news! The Hummingbird stamp set is now back in stock at Hero Arts! So grab yours now in case they sell out quickly again. 😉
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Cardstock: Canson Bristol, Hero Arts Black cardstock
Stamps: Hero Arts Hummingbirds, Repeating Flower background and Color Layering Fuchsia
Ink: Hero Arts Unicorn ink; Gansai Tambi watercolors #’s 20, 32, 51, 53, 58, 31, and 43
Other: Hero Arts White and black detail powder embossing powder
Tools: water, paintbrush, Cuttlebug, Spellbinders Poppies Pocket die