Monday, July 03, 2017

A card filled with Daisies

  • More to the Delightful Daisy set than you think
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  • Bonus Days - $5 coupon to spend in August for each $50 ordered in July
  • Ever thought about joining Stampin' Up!?  Special July incentives!

Daisy Bunch

You've seen plenty of Daisy Delight cards using the large Daisy punch.  Today I used a few of the other stamps in this wonderful set.  I used the smaller daisy head and the stems and willows to make this card.  I stamped the small daisy head multiple time and then added the long stem.  Becuase this is a photopolymer stamp, the stems are flexible and can be curved so that it looks like several different  stems.  I fussy cut one of the daisy heads out of a yellow sticky note so that I could use it as a mask rather than stamp over the Daisy head with a stem, which gives the flowers a more realistic look.


The basecard is thick Whisper White.  Then I cut a strip of one of the Designer Series Papers from the Delightful Daisy papers.  The image block is matted in Old Olive cardstock.  The inks used for the flowers were Daffodil Delight and Old Olive.  The sentiment is stamped in Night of Navy and it comes from the Rose Wonder stamp set.  

The ribbon is the 3/8" Garden Green Stitched Satin Ribbon, which is such a close match that I didn't realize it wasn't Old Olive.  I may try either the 3/8" Old Olive mini Chevron ribbon or the 1/8" Old Olive Sheer Ribbon the next time I make this card.   I used a Daffodil Delight water color pencil to color the heads of the flowers.  I love how this card turned out!

Recipe for card:

Stamps: Daisy Delight, Rose Wonder (Sentiment)
Ink:  Night of Navy, Old Olive, Daffodile Delight Watercolor pencil
Paper: Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper, Thick Whisper White, Whisper White, Old Olive
Accessories:  3/8" Garden Green Stitched Satin Ribbon

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Two Stampin' Up! July Promotions you won't want to miss

1.  For each $50 purchase you make in July, you'll receive a $5.00 coupon to spend in August.  Stampin' Up! offered this for the first time last year and it was so successful they're doing it again!   

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  1. Thank you for your kind words!. My husband made me a little bow maker several years ago. He's made a few for me to use in the classes I hold. The little pegs fit on a holders on the side when the bow maker isn't in use so that they don't get lost and the bowmaker takes up little space. I have a photo of the bow maker on my Meetup site: Thanks again for your kind remarks.