Friday, July 13, 2018

Fly Agaric

What is that you say? Fly Agaric? Well it is a Wild Mushroom of course. ha ha  Would of never known this name, but leave it to the talented Marcy to draw up some beautiful stamps of Wild Mushrooms for me to play with. Aaaaahhhh... This is a FABULOUS stamp set. If you have not see it yet check out the PP Gallery HERE or HERE for more inspiration with these mushrooms. Oh don't forget she has matching Dies to go with the set if you must and YOU MUST!  :-)  


My mushrooms are colored with various Copic markers. Then die with a standard circle that is popped up on dimensionals to the pennant die cut. Some polka dot designer paper added to the base and the some ribbon tied around the top. A few jewels and a button center to finish it off. Voila! 

Be sure to check out the Bloom brigades creations:
  Allison Cope
  Christine Okken
  Cindy Lawrence
Katie Sims

Check in on the Power Poppy Blog July 20th for a Digi Reveal you will not want to miss.  :-) 


6 comments:

CherylQuilts said...

Oh my, Stacy, this is the one mushroom from this set that I LOVE! I love the red tops and your beautiful coloring (such great shading and depth), and what a lovely layout! The polka dot DP is perfect, along with the ribbon and button! Totally LOVE this card! Hugs and love! xoxo

Pauline said...

Stacy, this is awesome! Love the mushrooms and your complete layout. The polka dot paper is perfect for your mushrooms! I didn't buy this set but I keep seeing such beautiful cards, I just might need to get this set after all! Have a good weekend.

Camille Short said...

Awesome project.

Leslie Miller said...

Wow! Fantastic, Stacy! I love how Marcy has included the names in these stamps so we know how to color them. They're all so awesome and you've been coloring them to perfection. You've shown how they can go from masculine to feminine, even whimsical. So cute!

Nora N. said...

This is so pretty!! I LOVE the mushrooms and your fun polka dot paper. Lovely layering!! GREAT DESIGN!

ChristineCreations said...

Stacy - you pulled together a gorgeous design! From the scale and pattern to the beatufiul bright photo! So sweet and cheerful!