I wouldn’t mind winter so much if it wasn’t so long. Come on father time, can we knock off 30 days? Please? *sigh*
It might be cold and icky outside, but I’m already coloring flowers and making springy cards. This daisy card using a stamp from Simply Stamps, goes with that theme perfectly.
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Daisy Card Supply List
- Daisy Stamp from Simply Stamps
- Archival Ink – I used Tuxedo Black Momento Ink
- Copic Markers
- Light Brown 5 ½” x 8 ½” Card Stock Base
- Pink 5 ¼” x 4” Card Stock Mat
- 5” x 3 ¾” Floral Paper
- Scalloped Circle
- Rhinestone Circle
- Star Dust Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger Industries
- E-Z Runner Scrapbook Adhesive
- Foam Squares
- Small, sharp scissors
In this close up, you can see the texture and dimension of the linen paper, rhinestones, Stickles, embossing on the circle, and shading on the flower.
Here’s a video showing the technique that I used to color the flower and assemble the card.
I took Copic classes from Kit and Clowder. Their classes are amazing, and they have gorgeous samples on their website.
I hope you’ll take a look at my other Simply Stamps projects.
Still looking for ideas for handmade cards? Fave Crafts has pages and pages of wonderful cards to inspire you!
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