stained glass poppy card series – #3

For the last card in the stained glass poppy series I thought I would try to combine my colored image with some of our new patterned papers from the Fiesta 6×6 patterned paper assortment



That patterned papers certainly liven up the design and the blast of Splash! spray ink is a product I think I don’t use often enough…it’s a fun way to add interest and color to your card designs.

The larger, bold image that the Stained Glass Poppy stamp offers is a great addition to any stamp collection. As you can see from the cards in my series (Card #1 + Card #2) you can change up the colors and techniques and get a variety of different card styles, all with the same exact image!



  1. Kristine, I LOVE this card. I do not comment very often – I feel that I am just beginning to learn about card-making – but the colour in this card is my favourite. And your use of the black and white patterned paper sets it off beautifully.

    • Hi Brenda!! Thanks so much for posting 🙂 So glad you like this card and the color combination… I like the orange and the black and white together, too… I think when you have a lot going on with pattern you need to keep the color scheme pretty simple. I think that’s why this combination works. Thanks again for commenting!

  2. Kris, I have love all of your Poppy card series cards, but this is one I love the best! It’s really stunning with the printed papers behind! Did you have a panel of blue and white that looks like the sky as your CS that you stamped the poppies on?

    • Hi Jackie! Thanks so much… The paper I stamped the poppies on is just our plain sugar card stock… I stamped and colored in the poppies and then hit that panel with a squirt of our splash! ink in orange. The very background is actually just a sheet of sky c.s. but I took the photo outside in the afternoon and the sunlight through the trees is what gave it that sky with clouds look in the background :).

  3. Just beautiful!!