June 20, 2019

Daisy Lane and Leftovers

Hello and Happy Rainy Thursday! Yes, it's raining once again here in CNY. No surprise there, right? Anyhoo, I have a really cute card to share with you today and basically, it uses up the leftovers I had from Tuesday's fun fold card! Yep, I used up my scraps to create this cute card and I love how it turned out.
Rococo Rose is quickly becoming my favorite new InColor although I really do love Pretty Peacock...but Rococo Rose....what can I say? It's just gorgeous!
To recreate this card, you will need:
Whisper White 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4"; 4" x 5 1/4" and scrap for the daisies.
2019-2021 DSP 2" x 4 3/4" (left over from Tuesday's card and flipped over)
Begin by adhering the DSP to the left side of the 4" x 5 1/4" panel. Stamp "Friend" in Memento Tuxedo Black to the bottom right of the DSP and adhere the panel to the card base. Next, using Rococo Rose ink, stamp a total of 6 small daisies and punch them out using the Medium Daisy punch. Then, using Daffodil Delight ink, stamp 3 additional daisies and using a 1/4" circle punch (retired) punch out the centers and attach to 3 of the Rococo Rose daisies using Glue Dots. Next, using your bone folder, gently curl the petals on all of the daisies. Personally, I curled the daisies that will be on the bottom upward and the daisies with the yellow centers downward for visual interest, but feel free to curl them anyway you wish and layer them with the petals off set using Glue Dots. I then placed the first daisy with a Glue Dot, the second with a Stampin' Dimensional and the 3rd I used 2 Stampin' Dimensionals stacked to add additional height.
It's looks so stinkin' cute!
I hope you enjoyed today's card. I absolutely adore this bundle and it needs to be on your must have list. You will find the links to all of the supplies that I used below and I thank you for stopping by to hang out with me.
Have a great evening and Happy Stamping,

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