Sunday, June 26, 2016

Day three: Four favorite digis created in clear

Hello! Happy to see you again, and so happy to be able to introduce a few more clear sets to the Power Poppy family. We get many requests to bring out various digital sets in clear polymer, and I love be able to share when that day arrives.

For those of you patiently waiting for Bees in Foxglove, this is your day! Oh, and are you a fan of the big bouquet of Ranunculus? Then it’s your day, too! In fact, we’ve paired up these two favorites and elevated them to Dynamic Duos status. That’s when you get two large floral images, each with big impact, on the same stamp canvas. I’m stoked to share with you this very sweet set that has a VERY long name: Dynamic Duos: Foxglove and Ranunculus!

http://powerpoppy.com/products/foxglove-and-ranunculus

In this new Dynamic Duos set, I’ve done a bit of pruning to the Foxglove. Our digital introduction boasts three stalks of foxy foxglove, and it quite a large undertaking to color. In clear we have two stalks of this cottage garden classic, two bumblees, and a new honeybee getting in on the nectar-ific action. I think you’ll find the clear version of this image to be the perfect scale for your A4 cards, with loads of detail and whimsy to spare. Ranunculus is reproduced exactly as it was in our digital set, though on a bit smaller scale to fit onto the canvas. Again, this image is ideal for A4-sized card fronts. Two sentiments that come with this set will work with any of our images, and are as light and lively as you please!

So, what else do we have for you today — as we are bringing out TWO sets today, and two more sets tomorrow...

Do you remember Everything’s Rosy, an near-instant hit with stampers when we brought it out in January?

http://powerpoppy.com/products/everythings-even-rosier

Well... this baby is all ready for you in clear polymer! PLUS we’ve plumped it up a bit by adding the single rose image from our newest digital set, Rose and Chamomile. You’ll find two large rose stamps, plus several sentiments that pair up beautifully. Make a card that’s as showy as can be, or keep it simple with a beautiful unfurling rose. Either way, you will have highly detailed images that show you just where to put your shadows and highlights! We call this one Everything’s Even Rosier.

We’d love to show you how the Bloom Brigade has rocked these new sets, check ’em out below!


If that isn’t enough inspiration for you, I thought I’d direct you to our Pinterest Boards, where we have sensational stockpiles of cards made with the digital versions of these sets, and you can get an idea of what you may have in store, should you snatch these up in clear! Go peek...

Rose and Chamomile is over here
(note: this image in our clear set does not have Chamomile/Rosehips)

Thanks so much for coming by today — hope we’ll see you tomorrow for our last day of sneaks, with two more new sets! We’re getting soooo close to the big release day, I can feel it!

6 comments:

  1. Oh, Marcy, these two new sets look fabulous, and I know so many customers will be happy to see these images in clear sets now! I can hardly wait to see the final sneak peeks and then the big reveal on Tuesday and blog hop! Big hugs, and have a great day!

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  2. Just made the rounds again and it only gets better and better! I don't know whether I want to go color something or work in the garden now. These stamp sets inspire me to do both! What a line up, Marcy and Bloomies!

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  3. This one is right up my alley! I absolutely LOVED the digital stamps and I know I'm going to enjoy adding the clear stamp sets to my collection, as well. I can't wait to watercolor those roses! Off to visit the Bloomies!

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  4. Beautiful set!! I realize I'd never do justice to your beautiful images!! Gorgeous!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  5. I'm thrilled to see you are making your beautiful digital images in clear stamps now! Woo hoo!

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