Hand Stamped Daisy Delight by Stampin’ Up

Hello Everyone ~ I played with my daisy punch and came up with this Hand Stamped Daisy Delight by Stampin’ Up creation.

Well I got all my furniture from the storage unit yesterday.  I have everything in the house and now I need to unpack all my bins and get stuff put away.  I will work on a few bins/boxes each day and it will be done before you know it.  I will also spend some time each day in my craft room putting things away so that it will be organized.  It won’t take long there either as I know where I had things before so it is just a matter of putting them back in their same place.

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When I saw the photo the first thing I noticed was the daisy.  I saw a card on another blog where they had used wood grained paper with flowers.  I decided to make my version of the card.  I began by cutting a piece of the Wood Textures designer series paper (retired) and mounting it onto a piece of Early Espresso card stock.  I was using the Polka Dot tulle ribbon so I wrapped it around the lower portion and secured it on the back with Tear & Tape.  This panel was added to a Seaside Spray card base.  I love this new color with brown.  Speaking of new colors, today is the last day to sign up for my In Color Club.  You can find all the details here.  Don’t miss this great opportunity to get the new In Colors!  It was time to work on my daisies.  I used the Grapefruit Grove pad to ink up the stamp.  Then using my sponge dauber and Melon Mambo ink, I inked up the center of the stamp.  I stamped it and then used the coordinating punch to punch it out.  I repeated this 5 more times cleaning the stamp in between each stamping to keep my pad clean so that I had 6 daisies total.  Using your bone folder, curl the petals of 4 daisies down.  Curl the petals of the other 2 daisies up.  Use dimensionals to layer the daisies with the 2 where the petals curl down on the bottom and one that the petals curl up on top.  Offset the flower petals each time to create a full flower.  Attach the completed flower to the card base on the left hand side close to the ribbon at the bottom.  Repeat with the other daisy flowers and attach this flower to the upper right hand corner.  Use the ribbon to tie a bow and attach to the ribbon at the bottom using glue dots.  To finish off the card, add a clear faceted gem to the center of the flower.  Here is the completed Hand Stamped Daisy Delight by Stampin’ Up.


Blue and brown are a great color combo. Here is an example where I created some daisies for my Hand Stamped Daisy Delight by Stampin' Up.


















inside of card and envelope

Aren't these daisies so cute? Check out my Hand Stamped Daisy Delight by Stampin' Up by clicking the photo.












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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