Edit: One of my followers just wrote to me and said the name of the first punch is a "Geranium" petal. She is right - the Ginko leaf is not as full along the bottom edge. I do believe either punch would create a pretty poppy.
Here is a closeup showing how to cut both the green and black punched suns so they will fray out a little after shaping. On the right you can see how I came up with the pod for the very center of the poppy stamen. The small yellow blossom was used. A thin line was drawn between each petal and a small black punched circle was added right in the center. After the black center is dry, shape both pieces as shown above. You will be shaping the yellow “pod” on the back side so you have a nice domed shape for the enter of the stamen. To add the “pod” to the center of the stamen, add a pool of glue right in the enter of the stamen then shape the pod down in the glue. You can adjust and shape this pod by using a tooth pick to move it around.
Did you see this article in the Paper and Pixels magazine?