Creating Through The Catalogue | Painted Poppies

1 August 2020

Today''s edition of creating through the catalogue focuses on the Painted Poppies stamp set, Peaceful Moments stamp set & Tasteful Label dies, which are all coordinating products (pages 18-19 of the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue).

I love poppies and how they are used to remember fallen soldiers, however they are usually shown to be red. Poppies actually come in several colours, so I decided to use the poppies with different colours.

There is also another die set that coordinates with the set, which is the Poppy Moments dies. I do not have this die set, however I will add an image for you to see more about the product or to purchase on my online store if you wish.

I've created three distinctive cards that show the versatility of the set and that you are not held down by colour combinations.

For further information on all of the products I have used to create the cards, or if you live in Australia and would like to purchase any of the products, simply click on an image below:

Painted Poppies Stamp Set
$40.00 AUD
Peaceful Moments Stamp Set
$37.00 AUD

Painted Label Dies
$61.00 AUD
Poppy Moments Dies
64.00 AUD

Artistry Blooms DSP
$20.00 AUD
Greenery Embossing Folders
$14.00 AUD

Misty Moonlight A4 Cardstock
$15.25 AUD
Bermuda Bay A4 Cardstock
$15.25 AUD

Pacific Point A4 Cardstock
$15.25 AUD
Pacific Point Classic Stampin' Pad
$13.00 AUD

Blackberry Bliss A4 Cardstock
$15.25 AUD
Blackberry Bliss Classic Stampin' Pad
$13.00 AUD

Whisper White A4 Cardstock
$17.00 AUD
Mint Macaron A4 Cardstock
$15.25 AUD

Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
$10.00 AUD
Holiday Rhinestones Basic Jewels
$10.50 AUD

Elegant Faceted Gems
$13.00 AUD

Playing with Patterns Ribbon
Combo Pack
$18.25 AUD

There is only a few days left to get your bonus days vouchers. For every $90 you spend on Stampin' Up! products until the 3rd of August, you receive a $9 voucher to spend between 4th - 28th August. 

Below is a link to an online version of the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue, if you wish to look through it at your own leisure online. However if you wish your own physical copy send me an email to: to request a copy.

Remember, never under estimate the value of a handmade card


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