Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Daisy Delight Stamped Thank You Card

Sometimes you're needing to make a fast Thank You card but you still want it to have a special Flare.  This card created with the NEW Daisy Delight Stamp Set should be right up your alley, if you're anything like me.

Daisy Delight, stamp, thank you, card


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Supplies:

Stamp Set - Daisy Delight
Ink - So Saffron, Island Indigo, Old Olive
Markers - So Saffron, Island Indigo
Cardstock - So Saffron, Island Indigo, Whisper White
5" piece of matching ribbon

Measurements:
Card Base: So Saffron 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1:Island Indigo 5 1/4" x 4"
Layer 2: Whisper White 5' x 3 3/4"

Instructions:

Ink the stems for the flowers using Old Olive ink, I placed one in the center and one to the left and right staggering the heights.
Using the Daisy stamp and So Saffron make your large daisy on the center stem.  Clean stamp and then ink with Island Indigo and pivot the stamp to offset the petals and stamp again.
Take the small 2 generation stamp and using So Saffron stamp your bottom layer on both the outer stems, pivot the right one to the right and left one to the left.
Now using the top layer of the generation stamps ink in Island Indigo and stamp for your definition.
Using your Markers color every other petal on the large Daisy.
Using your 1/2" punch and So Saffron cardstock (or like I did, color a piece of Whisper White with So Saffron Marker) for the center of your large daisy, pop it up with a dimensional.
Using the Thank You sentiment in the Daisy Delight set stamp sentiment at the top with Island Indigo.
Add a piece of matching ribbon across the bottom of the card and adhere to the back with snail.
Assemble your layers and glitz it up by using Wink of Stella on all the petals.

This card is sure to bring a smile on someone specials face :)

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