I love daisies, don't you? They are such a happy flower (lol, I think I heard that in a movie) and always make me think of warm, summer days. If you love daisies too, then you'll fall in love with our Daisy Delight stamp set and coordinating Daisy punch! You can purchase the set and punch separately but they are also available in the 2017-18 catalog as a bundle, which saves you 10%! Yeah for bundles!
To start this card, I layered a piece of Delightful Daisy Designer Series paper on to Crushed Curry cardstock, then layered both on to a Thick Whisper White card front (you can use our standard weight Whisper White cardstock as a card front but I like the extra weight of the Thick cardstock for a solid base). I stamped the Daisy image on to Whisper White cardstock two times using Night of Navy ink. In the center of one, I stamped the two-step pieces of the daisy center with Crushed Curry ink (ink the solid piece first and stamp off on to scratch paper before stamping into the center of the daisy...repeat with the detail piece but don't stamp off first. This will give you a two-tone affect using only one ink color).
Guess what!! No fussy cutting those daisy pieces because we have the handy-dandy Daisy punch! I punched both daisy pieces, then gently curled the petals back using a bone folder, and finally layered them together (offset a bit).
Because the images in this set are clear photopolymer, lining up the two sentiment pieces is soooo easy! I stamped the Thank You first using Crushed Curry ink, then lined up the other sentiment where I wanted it and stamped it in Night of Navy. I attached all the pieces to the card front and added a bit of Crushed Curry 3/8" Mini Chevron Ribbon and viola! Simple Sunday done. *smile*
I used the following products on this project:
Hey, I have a question for you! Did you know that you can click on My Gallery and easily find the kind of project you're looking for? Just type "Simple Sunday" or "punches" or "Christmas" or....whatever....into the search bar and it will bring up all the cards I've done using that tag. Try it!