Goodbye Daisy Garden
April is such a bittersweet month. As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I’m so excited to see all the new things but I’m also sad to say goodbye to some of my favorites. The beautiful background stamp Daisy Garden is another favorite on the retiring list.
I simply did not play with with stamp enough! I love the elegant simplicity of this stamp and that’s why I decided to feature this stamp for today’s Lesson@Lunch video.
Make a quick card
This stamp makes it so easy to create cards quickly and easily – all you really need is just some ink and paper. For today’s project I stamped in image in Memento Tuxedo Black on Basic White cardstock. I decided to add just a little pop of color by using watercolor pencils and blender pens to color partial sections of one flower.
I added a bit of our black and white gingham ribbon and some Iridensent Pearl Basic Jewels (both of which are carrying over – YAY!) for a little splash of decoration. Check it out.
Check out the video tutorial
I did a quick (and I mean quick – under 10 minutes) video tutorial for my Lesson@Lunch video. I love doing this quick videos to demonstrate how you can make pretty cards and 3D projects without needind a lot of time. Like you, I don’t have oodles of spare time – it seems like there is always something on the horizon that needs my time and energy. But I do love to create pretty things – it’s how I relax and unwind so I can make several easy projects that’s even better! I want my crafting time to be fun and productive so that when it’s over I have beautiful cards to share.
Measurements and Supplies
This card uses a standard A2 cardbase – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″; scored at 4 1/4″. The first layer is 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″ and the second layer is 4″ x 5 1/4″.
Here are the supplies I used for this card:Product List
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Thanks for reading my blog post. I hope you will give this design a try. Happy Stamping!