Black Eyed Susan

It’s the fifteenth of the month, then it must be time for another digital stamp release by Power Poppy. Marcella is on a roll with prairie flowers, but these Black Eyed Susans are a particular favorite since it’s the official flower here in Rowhouse Greetings’ home state.

And if that isn’t enough, Power Poppy has a FABULOUS weekend deal for you — a selection of Marcella’s favorite digital designs are available a special price! These late summer flowers and fruits are in full bloom — ready for you to download, print, and color to your heart’s content! Power Poppy’s brand new Black-Eyed Susans, plus Pure Prairie Bouquet, Sunshine of My Life, Cuppa Buttercups, and Apples in Season are just $4 each (save $2 per set) OR, get all five digital stamp sets in a bundle for $15 (a total of $14 savings). What’s even better? Play along in Power Poppy’s weekend Coloring Contest over at Passionate Paper Creations and Friends using one of these five stamp sets and you could win a $20 gift code to the Power Poppy Shop! Contest and sale closes Monday, September 19th at midnight. A winner will be announced sometime on Wednesday, September 21th  on the PPCF Facebook page.

Now it’s time to stop by and visit the Instant Gardener team and the Power Poppy blog for a little inspiration!

Jennifer Dove
Broni Holcombe
Cheryl Scrivens
Debbie Olson
Barb Walker
Nancy Sheads
Jessie Banks
Power Poppy Blog


Paper: Neenah Solar White 110 lb.; X-Press Blending Card by Copics
Stamps: Black-Eyed Susans (*) by Power Poppy
Dies: Fancy Rectangles and Layers (*) by Creative Basics
Copics: Y11, Y15, Y38, R05 (flowers); C3, C5, Y15 (centers); YG03, YG17 (stems); B0000, B000, B00, BG10, V00, BV20, RV10 (background)

Items marked with an asterisk (*) were provided by a store or the manufacturer. All other items were personally purchased.

8 thoughts on “Black Eyed Susan

  1. Nancy, this is beautiful, and I love the layout with the polka dots. And your coloring with the “grouping” of black-eye Susan’s is beautiful, as always. I love the shading around the flowers too. And how cool that these are your state’s flowers! You must have especially enjoyed coloring these. Hugs, sweet friend!

    1. Oh Patti – thank you! I have a moth to flame attraction to polka dots. I use the pattern a lot in my cards!

  2. Lovely card, Nancy! The repeated clusters of flowers is just beautiful. Your coloring is fabulous, as always and I like that you’ve used blue for the background, as it really makes the flowers POP off the card!

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