Happy Birthday Daisy

(Image © [2018] Stampin’ Up!®)
Hi Friends,

Hope your day is going great! mine has started early. I woke up at 3;30am and could not fall back asleep! so here I am, making a card at 3;30am. Do you think that is strange? For me, card making is so relaxing and having something beautiful as a result of my efforts is so satisfying that I feel better about things- like a lack of good sleep. Oh well, I will take a nap later, hopefully. My efforts this morning is a card made for the Fusion Card Challenge.

(Image © [2018] Stampin’ Up!®)

My Color Combination

My Color Combination for today’s card is Mossy Meadow (ink 147111/ card stock 133676), Pear Pizzazz (ink 147104 / card stock 131201) , Old Olive (ink147090 / card stock 100702) , Daffodil Delight (ink 147094/ card stock 119683) , Whisper White (100730), Night of Navy (ink 147110/ card stock 100867), and Balmy Blue (ink 147105 /card stock 146982).

Card Directions

My Mossy Meadow card base was cut 4 1/4″ X 11″.  I cut Pear Pizzazz card stock 4″ X 5 1/4″. I embossed this card stock piece with my Big Shot (143263) and the Layered Leaves Dynamic Texture (143704) embossing folder. I attached the embossed piece to the card base with Snail Adhesive (104332). I cut Daffodil Delight (119683) card stock 1″ X 4″ and Mossy Meadow (133676) card stock  1″ X 4″.  I attached these strips to the upper third of the card with Snail Adhesive (104332).

I die cut two Pear Pizzazz (131201) leaf branches using dies from the Nature’s Roots Framelits Dies (146341). I die cut the center pieces of my daisy flower from the Eastern Medallion Thinlits (143725) from Blueberry Bushel (146986) and Pear Pizzazz (131201) card stocks. I punched two daisy pieces from Whisper White (100730) card stock with the Daisy Punch (143713). I layered the two pieces of daisy with Snail Adhesive (104332).

I attached the Daisy to the top of the strips with Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430). I die cut an oval with Layered ovals (141706). i stamped the Happy Birthday from Beautiful Bouquet stamp set (143666) with Blueberry Bushel (147138) ink. I used a Stampin’ Sponge (141333) to sponge the edges of the oval with Mossy Meadow ink (147111). I attached the oval with Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430). I attached a 4″ X 5 1/4″ Whisper White card stock to the inside of the card to add a note.

Well that’s it! Hope you like it. 

Have a wonderful day and Happy Stampin’

LuAnn

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I am a retired RN. I am also an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and owner of SunnyLu Card Designs. I love paper-crafts and strive to share this love with others through both businesses. Working with other Stampers in my Stampin' Up business is such a fine thing! I love all my customers both those whom are brand new to stamping or have been stamping for 20+ years! As a result of stamping for a bit, I have a wealth of beautiful, handmade greeting cards and gift card holders for your enjoyment. My hope is that each of you will give the gift of a hand made snail mailed card to a family member, friend or just someone who needs a lift. What a joy to receive something other than bills and junk mail in your mailbox!

Author: LuAnn

I am a retired RN. I am also an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and owner of SunnyLu Card Designs. I love paper-crafts and strive to share this love with others through both businesses. Working with other Stampers in my Stampin' Up business is such a fine thing! I love all my customers both those whom are brand new to stamping or have been stamping for 20+ years! As a result of stamping for a bit, I have a wealth of beautiful, handmade greeting cards and gift card holders for your enjoyment. My hope is that each of you will give the gift of a hand made snail mailed card to a family member, friend or just someone who needs a lift. What a joy to receive something other than bills and junk mail in your mailbox!

2 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Daisy”

  1. Beautiful take on the sketch, Luann! Love your color palette, too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fusion!

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