Hello Everyone ~ The Birch Background Gives Great Texture to the Daisy flower.
I have used several different background stamps to add texture to my flowers this past week. This technique adds lots of interest to your flowers.
When creating flowers for my card front I always look for ways to add interest and texture to the completed flower. I don’t always want to use the stamped image so I had to find another method to bring my flowers to life. I decided to try my background stamps and see if they would give me the look I wanted.
Today I used the Birch Background stamp with the Medium Daisy punch. This stamp and punch had some challenges in that you had to punch the flower in a manner to get the texture from the stamp. The stamp has lots of blank space so you need to look at it carefully to ensure you get some of the texture from the stamp. Layering the punches helps to ensure the flower has some texture on it.
To see how I put the card together after I stamped the background stamp, check out the video for The Birch Background Gives Great Texture to the Daisy card.
Features of the Card
- Birch background stamp
- Forever Fern
- card base ~ Coastal Cabana – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″ and scraps
- Very Vanilla ~ 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Playing with Patterns ribbon combo pack
- Classic Label punch
- Medium Daisy punch
- Scripty embossing folder
Here are some ideas using the Medium Daisy punch.
If you don’t have the Medium Daisy punch, you can order it by clicking the photo below. The other products I used are also listed. All you have to do is click on the photo and add it to your cart.