Stampin’ Up! Daisy Delight Sneak Peek

So excited I had some time to play with my NEW Daisy Delight stamp set so I could share it with you!  It will be available for order from the upcoming Stampin’ Up! 2017-18 Annual Catalog on June 1st.

My card design was inspired by CAS(E) this Sketch #217

I used my Aqua Painter to wet the background area on a panel of Watercolor paper. Then I dipped the tip of the Aqua Painter in ink from the lid of Soft Sky Ink pad and applied it to the wet area.  I then did the same with Marina Mist Ink to add a little depth to the background.  While it was still slightly damp, I stamped the flower stems in Lemon Lime Twist, Wild Wasabi and Garden Green Inks.  Then I let the panel dry thoroughly.

Once dry, I stamped the tiny flowers in Flirty Flamingo and the little sprays in Marina Mist.  Then I stamped the small daisy in Flirty Flamingo Ink on Powder Pink Cardstock five times and used my Snips to fussy-cut the blooms.  I used Multipurpose Liquid Glue to adhere the blooms as shown.  Such fun!

I used Fast Fuse to adhere the water color art piece to a panel of Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock, which I then wrapped five times with Linen Thread.  Then I used Dimensionals to adhere my art piece to the card base.  I stamped the sentiment from the Daisy Delight Stamp set in Flirty Flamingo Ink on a strip of Powder Pink Cardstock and punched one end with the Triple Banner Punch.  After shaping the banner a bit with my fingers, I adhered it to the art piece with Multipurpose Glue on both ends and a piece of a Dimensional in the center.  I made a bow with 5 loops using the Linen Thread and adhered it to the front with a glue dot.

For the final touch, I added a new medium size Clear Faceted Gem to the banner and a few silver sequins to the art piece.


Cardstock Cuts for this Project:

  • Flirty Flamingo Cardstock – 4-1/4″ x 11″ panel scored at 5-1/2″ for card base
  • Powder Pink Cardstock – 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel
  • Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock – 3-5/8″ x 4-7/8″ panel
  • Watercolor Paper – 3-1/2″ x 4-3/4″ panel for art piece

Stampin’ Up NEW Products available for order June 1st:

  • 143669 – Daisy Delight Stamp Set
  • 144245 – Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock
  • 144244 – Powder Pink Cardstock
  • 144086 – Lemon Lime Twist Classic Stampin’ Pad
  • 144084 – Powder Pink Classic Stampin’ Pad
  • 144142 – Clear Faceted Gems

Stampin’ Up! Current Products used to create this Project:

Glue Dots


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25 Responses to Stampin’ Up! Daisy Delight Sneak Peek

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  2. Absolutely beautiful Sue!! I love the color scheme and your watercoloring is amazing! Love every little detail! 🙂

  3. Oh my goodness!! This is beyond beautiful, Sue! From your background to your fussy cut flowers (I have fussy-cut-skill envy right now!!) – this one is winner! Wow! 🙂

  4. Cindy Blaine says:

    It’s gorgeous, Sue!! The colors work beautifully together. And that bow…amazing!

  5. Susan K says:

    Your watercolor wash on the background sets a beautiful tone and the whole card is exquisite! I love those little flowers and all of it! TFS. ((So glad to get to see more of your cards now!)

  6. 2016stamper says:

    Beautiful card, Sue. Delightful springy colors!

  7. Lovely card! I really like the water coloring to set off those beautiful flowers. Super bow, too!

  8. Debbie B says:

    Beautiful card. I love your coloring and can’t wait to get this stamp!!!

  9. Leigh Penner says:

    Beautiful take on the sketch!

  10. 2016stamper says:

    Lovely card, Sue!

  11. donna mikasa says:

    Wonderful take on the sketch with your beautiful bouquet of daisies!

  12. Judy L Davis says:

    Truly beautiful card, I envy your talent. The bow, how did you do that? Did you tape all 5 strips to the back and then bring together to tie is bow? I am horrible with bows.

    • suepr8ther says:

      Hi Judy, I wrapped the linen thread around the art piece five times and secured the ends in the back with tape, before adhering it to the card front with dimensionals. I used a Bow-Easy tool to make the bow, and then glued it down. There are other bow making tools that would work, too, like the ones with dowels on a stand. I usually make the bow separately and adhere them, rather than try to tie them on the card itself.

      • Judy L Davis says:

        Thank you for your reply. The wrapping the linen thread around the art piece. It is beautiful. I will try what you did.

  13. Tina Kelly says:

    That card is absolutely gorgeous!!!!! I am so jealous of your talent!

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