Stampin’ Up You’re Inspiring Daffodils

Hello Stampers ~ how about some Stampin’ Up You’re Inspiring Daffodils to bring some Spring into your life today!

Today I have workers coming back to finish up the insulation in the attic.  The test did not meet the standards they set so they are going to try and see if they can do some more sealing and meet the numbers they want.  Then all the repairs will be completed and I just need to finish up the organizing of the inside.  I will be meeting with my real estate agent to see what the time frame will be for putting the house on the market.  It is getting close!

We have a new challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments.   This time our challenge is a color one.




These are some great colors!  I thought about Spring when I saw them so I went looking to see what I had that was Spring.  I recently ordered the You’re Inspiring stamp set as it has daffodils and I love that flower.  I knew it would be the perfect set to use for my card.

I began by stamping the row of daffodils with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  The using the ink in the lid and blender pen technique I colored the flowers.  To pull in the Rich Razzleberry I colored the tip of the flower with that color.  Once my flowers were colored, I added the colored panel to a piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock.  I took the Tranquil Tide piece of Delightful Daisy dsp and wrapped some Whisper White baker’s twine around the bottom and tied a bow.  This panel was added to the right hand side of the card front.  Dimensionals were used to attach my flower layer.  To finish off my creation, I stamped the sentiment from Bunch of Blossoms using the Tranquil Tide ink.  It was punched out using the 1 1/8″ scallop circle punch.  A 1 3/8″ scallop circle was punched out of Tranquil Tide..  The 2 scallop circles were layered and then added to the lower right hand corner of the flower panel using a dimensional and a glue dot.  Here is the completed Stampin’ Up You’re Inspiring Daffodils card.




















inside of card and envelope












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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