Stampin’ Up Daffodil Afternoon Pattern Paper
Hello Everyone – my focus this week is the Stampin’ Up Daffodil Afternoon Pattern Paper you can get for Sale-a-bration.
I hope you are staying warm and dry on this chilly rainy/snowy day depending on where you are. On this rainy/snowy day how would you like some inspiration for a card? I like to work with bright flowers on dreary days to cheer me up. I chose a piece of pattern paper from one of the papers you can get for free with a qualifying order. Look at how I used it with a die cut for a pretty card.
I saw a card by Tina Wardell on Pinterest that used the same paper I used with the Tulips dies and I loved the layout. I do not have the dies they use so I decided to check out my dies and see if I had something I could use instead. The Meadows dies has several flower dies cuts that are fun to play with.
I thought one of the dies reminded me of the daisy flower in the paper so chose to use it. I cut it out and then blended on some color. I love how the colors have varying hues from the way I blended on the color.
When you cut the die from your card stock, the outline that is left makes the perfect stencil. I used it to decorate the inside of the card and the envelope.
Measurements for the Stampin’ Up Daffodil Afternoon Pattern Paper card
Card Base: Mossy Meadow 4 1/4″ x 11″ scored and folded at 5 1/2″
Daffodil Afternoon pattern paper: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Vertical panel background: Flirty Flamingo 2 1/8″ x 5 1/4″
Very Vanilla: 2″ x 5 1/8″
scrap for die cutting
Ready to make it?
- fold and burnish your card base for a crisp fold
- add your pattern paper to the card front
- emboss the Very Vanilla strip with the Hive embossing folder
- add the embossed panel to the Flirty Flamingo strip
- attach the strip from above to the left hand side of the card front about 1/2″ from the side
- take the die cut and using your blending brushes color the flowers using Flirty Flamingo
- blend color on the stem using Mossy Meadow
- use dimensionals behind the flowers and leaves and glue on the stem botttom to attach the flower to the embossed layer
- tie a bow using the Gold Fine Art Ribbon then add it to the flower stem using glue dots
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Shopping cart of supplies used for the Stampin’ Up Daffodil Afternoon pattern paper ideaProduct List
Don’t you think the Meadow dies are a great match to use with the Stampin’ Up Daffodil Afternoon pattern paper? Try one of the other dies with it and see what you can create. Use the same layout to make it easy. If you do, share your creation with me. I’d love to see it.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope I inspired you. Have a Sensational Sunday!