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Memory Box Single Daisy Stem Card…

Happy Friday everyone! A CAS die cut card to share today.  Our area stamp club meets this afternoon and I have the program.  This is one of the two cards I’ll have them make.

The Single Stem Daisy comes with a backer die for the flower.  I die cut it in TE Lollipop cardstock, put the cut into the full flower die and embossed it with a stylus.

Then I inked the flower head with TE Strawberry Milkshake ink and a little make up brush.

I die cut the complete flower in TE Granny Smith cardstock and inked it with TE Granny Smith ink and a little make up brush.

I glued the layers together. You might want to clip off some of the green flower bottom layer if it shows.

I popped up the flower head with mounting foam tape just in the center.

I stamped the panel with a sentiment from a poppystamps sentiment set, links below.

A little Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink on the background panel.  Some jute and it’s done…A2 size!

I changed the wrap up this time and wrapped an A2 size stitched panel die cut in TE Toffee cardstock. Then I just made the bow separate and glued it on the stem.  I used mounting tape to adhere the white panel to the Toffee panel because of the jute.  I didn’t want a hump!  😀

Thanks for stopping by today!  I love the message on this card…a good thing to remember everyday!  ❤

A FUN SALE going on at SSS!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Poppystamps – CL482 Blooming…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94398 Single Daisy Stem…
[ STR ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Large…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Large…
[ SBC ]
TE Premium Cardstock
[ TE ]
TE Premium Ink – Full Ink Pads
[ TE ]
Burlap Twine
[ TE ]
Steel-ball stylus – MultiCraft double…
[ STR ]
X-Press It Foam Mounting Tape – 1/4…
[ STR ]

 

10 thoughts on “Memory Box Single Daisy Stem Card…

  1. You know me and Kraft! You have such a skill for doing clean and simple to perfection! Love this pretty flower! Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. I love that it comes with a foundation bloom. You’ve got a very pretty CAS (but not too CAS) card for your group, Pam! You always use kraft so well, and the twine is perfect with it. A nice soft blush of blue behind the flower. Really love this!

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