Friday, September 14, 2018

Natural Wonders clear collection: Day 3



Day 3 rolling along here... and this one should really get you in the fall spirit if you aren’t already. Gotta say, though... each of the stamp sets in this collection can really be used year-round. I’ve tried to make the imagery versatile enough to not get stuck in a pile of fall stamps in the corner of your craft room. These babies can be used in spring, summer, AND fall — you’ll soon see how even today’s set has a cross-over vibe.

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Comment on the Bloom Brigade’s blog posts during ANY of this week’s Natural Wonders release (including the Power Poppy blog). We will select FOUR blog commenters to win the stamp of their choice.
Winners will be announced by 5pm central time on September 15 on the Power Poppy blog. The more comments you leave, the better chance you have to win. Hop to it, loves!

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Let me get you in the mood for today’s peeks...


When you come upon a scene this enchanting, you gotta stop and take some pumpkin pix! Like the hops vine I shared yesterday, this antiques shop is also in one of the picturesque towns in Brown County, Indiana. I loved how they made fun displays throughout their shop featuring pumpkins mixed with country-quaint antiques. It got me to thinking....


Introducing Fortunes of Fall

First, take a minute and soak in that adorable card in our graphic up there!! Isn’t Ally Cope’s card OFF-THE-CHARTS CUTE? Be sure to visit Ally’s blog to see the whole thing, there are details covered up in the graphic that you gotta see in her post.

We’ve got the sweet lil’ pumpkin vignette, and two more scenes for you to stamp and color. What do you think about Zinnias?



I thought you’d like those!! What delicious shades of these marvelous varieties, I could hardly capture them all in one shot. This is the bounty from visiting the most darling booth (Flower Hill Farm) at the Schlafly Farmer’s Market the other day — a couple selling herbs, interesting fruits and vegetables, AND flowers by the stem while their toddlers toddled about underfoot. What a heartwarming spot to visit! 

Fortunes of Fall features a whimsical scene of vintage bottles and vases, each with a perky Zinnia popped inside. The inspiration for the illustration came directly from my kitchen, where earlier this year, I grouped a bunch of random vessels together to hold Oriental Lily sprigs, which had broken off their larger stalks. Our Bloomie Stacy Morgan said, “That would be a great idea for a stamp! A mix of vases, but all with the same kind of flower in them!” I had to agree and set to work drawing it. When it comes to Zinnias, though, there is so much variety to the flower forms, I had to mix them up a bit. I snapped photos of Zinnias in my own garden, and in those of my neighbors’ who had some awesome selections. It takes a village to design a stamp set! 

One last hint at the images in today’s peeks... 


Might look familiar from a certain digital stamp in our line up! And now it’s coming out in clear, streamlined a bit, and ready to be colored up in a harvest rainbow!





Quick reminder: 
Place your order on release day, September 15, and get a discount on your new stamps with a code we’ll announce tomorrow. We’ll have sale prices on summer and fall stamps and a new digital image to boot! Saturday is going to ROCK. 

xoxoxo,

40 comments:

  1. Oh my! I LOVE these stamps! I am new to this site and I am so excited to see everything!

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  2. Your photos are always so wonderful. I can see where you draw your inspiration from. Love all the autumn colors and when the air becomes more crisp. Four great sets, love your products.

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  3. Such yummy fall inspiration. What fun this would be to color!

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  4. I love these stamps! Just beutiful! I love the inspiration from all the wonderful projects. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  5. What a fabulous set this is! I love the awesome pumpkin/pear vignette so much. Everyone's cards using it are colored so differently ... and so beautifully!
    Your photos are spectacular.

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  6. Hello! I justed wanted to say how beautiful to see all of these colorful stamp sets! This is new to me! I've never owed a stamp set! Tomorrow is my birthday and I would just love to win me one of these beautiful stamp sets as a birthday gift to me! Thank you!

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  7. Gorgeous!!! I love the real photo of the pumpkins too.

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  8. Love all the wonderful inspiration!

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  9. Can't wait for the Indian Corn...

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  10. So excited to se all of your beautiful new creations! Makes me (even more!) eager for fall!

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  11. Loving the new releases. All the blogs have such beautiful projects and really show off all the new releases! Amazing is all I have to say.

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  12. Bring on the Pumpkins!!! This stamp is gorgeous! I know the perfect place for it, my house!!!

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  13. Love this stamp and the zinnias OMG, gorgeous release my dear!

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  14. I loved looking at all the projects from the team. I am standing next to the computer with my credit card....waiting for the clock to tick down to the 15th! I have not been as excited about a set coming out in a while...I normally go for the digital images, but this time....come to mamma little stamp set!!!

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  15. Another set that I MUST have!! I love pumpkins, zinnias and I'm super stoked to have the maize in a clear stamp!!

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  16. I just LOVE your new release.. Love fall and winter time..
    DT has outdone themselves once again...
    hugs

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  17. Beautiful card-love the bright colors!

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  18. Your incentives are wonderful.
    I don't have flowers in my yard
    anymore so I enjoyed seeing your
    vase of flowers. thanks for
    having the hop. The stamps
    are fabulous.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. Can’t wait to get my hands on these gorgeous stamps! ��

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  20. Love the falls stamps. Can’t go wrong with pumpkins and all things fall. Love the vibrant colors you use for you images!

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  21. I am so loving the blues and oranges for the colors of this card! I also love the vibrance of the card too!

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  22. Oh how I love fall. And I LOVE your work!

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  23. What beautiful colours and this stamp looks amazing, love the colouring it’s so vibrant.

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  24. Can't wait to see the full reveal.

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  25. Love this pretty Fortunes of Fall design! It looks really fun to color! Great release!

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  26. I love the vivid fall colors and these will go great with my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving.

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  27. Such beautiful pictures, love the Indiana picture and the zinnias!

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  28. Beautiful! Love fall flowers & foliage.

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  29. Wonderful! Those zinnias remind me of the flowers in our garden when I was little.

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  30. Wow, stunning card! So wonderfully rich and vivid.

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  31. Ooh, do I love this set?! I love each image -- especially the zinnias and the cake pedestal of pumpkins! How darling and such a fun set to use for lots of occasions. The Bloomies are blowing it out of the water! WOW! Marcy, you are amazing, and (as I've said so many timesI) your creativity has no bounds!! Hugs and love! xoxo

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  32. Absolutely gorgeous, beautifully designed and coloured card. Love this stamp set.

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  33. This is a fabulous set and so many gorgeous examples!!

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  34. aaahhh zinnias are a favourite, they can be so many bright happy colors, and even though thanksgiving isn't such a big thing in Australia the pumpkins and corn are fabulous images to use on a card

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  35. The hop was marvelous. I like looking at all the creative talent at Power Poppy.

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  36. Love this color combo! Thanks for sharing!

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