Today’s card has been taken from one I saw on Pinterest by Annette Elliot. I just loved the colours & the simple layout, although I have changed mine a little as you do. Thank you Annette for your inspiration.
I’ve used the sweet “A Little Lace” Stamp Set & one that I am wondering why I haven’t played with more as I am loving it. I can see a few more projects coming with this set.
Did you know the Medium Daisy Punch fits the large daisy in this set? Isn’t that fantastic?Did you notice I’ve used 4 of the retiring 2019-2021 In Colours – Terracotta Tile, Purple Posy Cardstocks, Purple Posy & Rococo Rose Stampin’ Blends plus Pretty Peacock Ink? Oh not to mention the Terracotta Tile Butterfly Gems to complete my card.
Both the Classic Label Punch (one of my favourite Punches) & the Layering Ovals Dies are retiring too. Check them out in the Last Chance Product List.
Actually, I’ve used a lot of retiring products to create my card today as I’ve just realised the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder is on the list too!
This is my last day of showcasing the Seaside Spray In Colour. It is one of my very favourite colours.
For our card today, I’ve teamed up Seaside Spray with the lovey Daisy Lane Stamp Set along with the gorgeous Scallop Linen Ribbon.
As I loved the colour combination from my post on Thursday, I thought I would sort of go along the same lines again but this time I’ve teamed it up with Sahara Sand.
A piece of Sahara Sand was embossed with the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder, adhered to a piece of Basic White, Ribbon placed along the top of the embossed Cardstock & then adhered to the Seaside Spray Base Card.
The sentiment is from the Happy Thoughts Stamp Set & was stamped on a piece of Basic White Cardstock in Seaside Spray. The stem was stamped to the left of the sentiment in Sahara Sand, adhered to a layer of Blushing Bride before being adhered to the Card Front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
I stamped the large daisy twice, the medium daisy twice in Seaside Spray, punched with the Daisy & Medium Daisy Punches, adhered onto each other so that the petals were all off centre & adhered to the top of the stem with a Stampin’ Dimensional.
I then tied a small knot from the same Ribbon & adhered it to the centre of the daisy with a Mini Glue Dot. The card was completed with the lovely little Seaside Spray Butterfly Gems.
My card today was actually created with family members in mind & has already gone off in the post.
Thank you for joining me this week. It is always very much appreciated.
Can you believe this is Day 5 of showcasing the lovely Flower & Field DSP? Where does the time go? It is also the last day for this week of our #simplestamping.
If you are not aware, Robbie & myself have been showcasing #simplestamping over on our FB Pages for the past 3 weeks. Don’t forget if you would like to receive this card, all you have to do is share my FB Post & comment to say you have done so.
To highlight both sides of this DSP, I’ve actually cut 2 piece of the same paper but switched them around so that 1 side is the back layer while the opposite side is the smaller piece.
The smaller piece of DSP was layered onto Flirty Flamingo prior to layering onto the larger piece of DSP with Stampin’ Dimensionals. It was then layered onto Basic White & then to a Pool Party Base Card.
The sentiment is from the In Bloom Stamp Set & stamped onto a scrap of Basic White in Pool Party Ink.
I punched 2 x medium daisies with the Medium Daisy Punch, adhered them together by off-centering them prior to popping to the left of the sentiment with a Stampin’ Dimensional.
I finished the card off with tying a small bow from the Bumblebee Gingham Ribbon & adhered it to the centre of the daisy with a Mini Glue Dot.