I pulled out just about everything I have that is copper for this card – Copper Foil, Copper Trim, Copper Heat Embossing Powder. There is one other copper item that I did not use. Do you know what it is? I paired all of this copper loveliness with the Daisy Delight stamp set.
I’m making many of this card as a thank you for my customers who ordered in September.
I was inspired by this week’s Global Design Project sketch. Doesn’t it look like fun? Click on the logo and go over to the blog to see some other great cards using this layout.
Design Notes for Daisy Delight Thank You Card:
The daisy is clearly the focal point of this card. I just love that stamp set and the Daisy Punch. For this card, I first stamped the daisy twice using Pumpkin Pie ink. Next I used a Dauber and added some color to the leaves. For the center, I used Soft Suede ink applied with a Dauber. Finally, I punched out the daisy with the Daisy Punch. Oh, I used my Bone Folder to curl the petals just a bit. After than, it was all just adding the layers – Early Espresso circle, Copper Foil Scalloped Circle. The Thank You sentiment was heat embossed with Copper Powder. I like the decidedly fall look to this card.
Supply List for Daisy Delight Thank You Card:
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P.S. Copper Thread is the copper item I did not use.
As if there wasn’t lots to love with the Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper, I found something else. The various flowered ones are just so beautiful. But one day recently I noticed a sheet that has drops of color on it, Lemon Lime Twist, Emerald Envy and Soft Sky. It reminded me of dots made with Daubers. So, there you have it, inspiration for this card.
Design Notes for Daubers Birthday Card:
Well, the color combination was so easy to come up. I just looked at the paper and there they were.
The sentiment is from Vertical Greetings stamp set which, as you know, is one of my favorite stamp sets. If you make a card like this, be sure to stamp the sentiment first and use the darkest color ink. After that add as many dots with the daubers as you like! The final touch was to add some Emerald Envy Crinkled Seam Binding. I added a little piece of Linen Thread just to add a little interest. If this card looks familiar, I CASED the layout from one of my own cards. Check it out here. If you want to know more about CASEing cards (Copy And Share Everywhere) check out my YouTube channel here. I have 4 videos that demonstrate various ways to get some inspiration for card making.
Here’s a look at the inside of the card and the envelope. I like how the daubered dots echo the design on the front of the card. I took the inside sentiment from the Better Together stamp set.
Supply List for Daubers Birthday Card:
Oh happy day, both stamp sets come in either clear mount or wood mount.
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