Friday, March 20, 2020

Hi-5! Huge Sale at Power Poppy!

Hello, there!  How about something that's fun and bright and cheerful?  It's just what the doctor ordered, I think.  I played with a Power Poppy clear stamp set that's been around for a while and I love it now as much as ever.  It's called Folk Heart.   It's on sale for 40% off... because it's retiring!  But wait...  Marcella has many stamp sets for 30%, 40%, and even 50% off, and some of those are retiring, too.  Plus there are some digital stamps up to 60% off.  Sale starts at noon CDT today.  Hi-5!




Check out more details on the sale, but for an update with even more info check the Power Poppy blog later:




The Folk Heart set is super adorable and fun to play with because there are several stamps that can be used to accessorize or enhance the 3 main images.  I colored with Copics and cut out all my pieces and arranged as shown on an embossed panel that I thought was a nice match with the stamped flowers.  Cute!  Makes me smile, and we need that, right?




I'll refer you again to the Power Poppy blog where you can see more beautiful creations and get linked up with my teamies.

Back to more coloring, I hope.  My days seem busy, but not much time in my stamp room.  There's something wrong with that picture!  Take care, friends!


Stamps:  Folk Heart  Paper:  Neenah Classic Crest Super Smooth Solar White, CTMH Dutch Blue, Bazzill yellow  Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black  Coloring:  Copics  Accessories:  SU red candy dot, Sizzix 'Flowers' embossing folder, Scotch brand foam mounting tape  Dies:  Tutti Stitched Nesting Hearts, Poppystamps Stitched Mainstreet Tags

25 comments:

Diane said...

A gorgeous card, I love the folk art look of it and once again colored so beautifully. I will have to make a point to visit the sale when it opens up (I don't need a thing, but that has never stopped me)!!

Lynette said...

What a great card, Leslie! I love those little flowers and leaves. Same thing with me - keeping busy, but no time in my stamping room yet. Maybe today.

Yogi said...

Yup I got the email. Nice card. bright and happy. Have a great day

Cat Craig said...

Bright and happy wonderful colors. Stay safe.

Verna Angerhofer said...

That is such a darling card and your coloring of the design is so well done. It sure makes one have a happy feeling and also reminds me of Spring.

Maria Rodriguez. said...

This card, with all the bright colors and fabulous design makes me happy and God knows we all need a bit of cheer in our lives at the moment.
I'm patiently waiting for the Power Poppy sale, I'm afraid of Marcy's sales, LOL!! I already know there's a strong possibility that I might brake my commitment of not buying anything new but, c'mon....this is a sale over at Power Poppy, how can anyone, especially me, resist this??
Thank you for sharing your beautiful card.
Stay safe and healthy my friend.
XO
Maria.

Donna Ellis said...

Gosh, I started a comment, became distracted, and now I don’t think it published lol your high five gardening glove is not only colorfully cute, but also extra sweet with the little vine border. I plan on casing that design idea! Wishing you all a sunny, happy day! xx

Bonnie said...

Beautifully colored as always, Leslie! Thanks for the heads up on the sale. I've stocked up!

pam said...

Fabulous card Leslie! your colouring as always are amazing!love the layout.
Hugs Pam x

Stacy Morgan said...

So cheerful and sweet. I adore the embossed flower background too Leslie. Very cheerful!

Margaret said...

Such a cute card and so bright and cheerful. Could use some of that today. It is rainy and dreary. I've been all over town trying to find milkweed for my caterpillars. Finally got some at a nursery 1/2 hour away from me. It won't last very long though. Glad to see you are having fun creating.

Barbara said...

This makes me smile too. I love the bright colors and this inspires me to try a different style that I usually do.

Nanny's Pansy Patch said...

What a cute card! Great for all ages! Love all the bright colors. Joe took the plow off the truck and now we're suppose to get snow on Monday. At least it will melt quick! Be safe and have a good weekend.

Cindy Beach said...

I can't seem to settle down enough to stamp this week. So glad you got this card made because it is super fun and so cheery. Of course I love the colors and the embossed background is perfect too!

aussie aNNie said...

Stunning just love this. Not buying anything at this moment of time..xxx

Conniecrafter said...

Love the folk art feel to your card, it is great to bring a smile to anyone :) Love that fun sentiment to go with it!
Great design and love the coloring!

Pauline said...

You always go that extra step to put a smile on our faces. Leslie, this is a sweet, colourful, happy card today. Love your design, and that little tag with the Hi-5, how sweet. I have not used this image from the set yet, some day though.
What a great sale over at PP, can't wait to see what Marcy has in store for new images! As always, love seeing your card today! Take care, stay safe!

laurie said...

Yellow and blue is one of my favorite color combos! Very pretty!

crafty-stamper said...

Fabulous hi-5 card love the colourful glove and deeply etched embossing
Carol x

Henriëtte said...

Stunning card Leslie and I think this would be with some other colours a great masculine card too. Thank you so much for sharing and have a wonderful day.

Christine Alexander said...

Beautiful card Leslie, love the texture of the EF and as always wonderful colouring :)

ChristineCreations said...

What a cute combination of designs and colours for this card Leslie! You’ve captured the cheerfulness of it perfectly!

Ros Crawford said...

I love how you put all those elements together to make such a bright and happy card! Stay well!

Kathy Krug said...

The heart is the perfect backdrop for the glove and sentiment. The flowers are the perfect finishing touch. Fabulous design.

Pretty Paper Junkie said...

Incredibly imaginative! You be the Super Blogger, card-maker, artist!
Yup! I love it!

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