Today I wanted to share the first in a series of video tutorials for a set of 5 cards made using the lovely Daisy Delight Photopolymer Stamp Set - sadly the matching Daisy Punch is currently unavailable as it has been so popular.
Nevertheless, I wanted to show you my cards - you can always fussy cut the flowers until you can get your hands on the punch!
All the cards are fairly simple, using minimal supplies - each a different design, some CASED and adapted from Pinterest - I'm slightly obsessed with that site and can spend hours drifting from one topic to another! After I've shared them all with you with matching envelopes, I'll show you the gift box I made to put them in. They really do make a lovely present - who wouldn't love to receive a set of blank cards - or is that just me?
So I'll stop waffling(for now) and show you the first card. I love how it turned out.
Supplies and instructions below:-
An A6 Whisper White card base - half a sheet of A4 measuring 14.8cm x 21cm scored at 10.5cm
A strip of Delightful Daisy DSP - measuring 14.8cm x 6 cm
The largest square from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies in Chocolate Chip cardstock
Two Daisies stamped on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock in Daffodil Delight Classic Ink (one with the centre stamped in Chocolate Chip Classic Ink), cut/punch out and layer together - I may also have added a Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Brushto give it a bit of sparkle!!
I stamped the left hand bottom corner of the Whisper White C6 Envelope to match the flower - isn't it pretty!
Finally the three daisy image is stamped at the top left hand and bottom right of the card front.
If you want to purchase any of the products used, they are all linked above. Here's the video - I'd love to hear what you think so please feel free to leave me a comment either on the video or below.
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As always, thanks for popping by.