Stampin’ Up! Daisy Delight Notecards for Simply Stampin’ Sunday

Welcome to Simply Stampin’ Sunday – my weekly post of  Clean And Simple projects that can be made in minutes using Stampin’ Up! products.

I CASEd the new 2018-19 Annual Catalog for today’s card.  Check out the sample shown with the You Can Make It Daisy Delight Card Kit they have assembled – shown on page 123.  It includes everything you need (except adhesives) to make notecards like this.  I did change the ink colors on mine to use some of the bright NEW colors from the Color Revamp.  WooHoo!

I also used a bone folder to shape the petals a bit for the daisy on the top layer.  And stamped the center separately, punched it out and popped it up with a Mini Stampin’ Dimensional.

Here is a line-up of the ink colors I used today: Mango Melody, Lovely Lipstick and Highland Heather – all with Granny Apple Green leaves.  The centers are stamped in Pineapple Punch ink.  Even the names are fun, right?

Here are the Simple Steps to make this card:

  1. Use the packaged 3-1/2″ x 5″ Whisper White notecards (pg 193) for your card base.
  2. Stamp the large daisy image from the Daisy Delight stamp set in the color of your choice on the left side of the card front.
  3. Stamp the leaf outline image in Granny Apple Green ink twice on the right side and once on the left side of the bloom.
  4. Ink the solid leaf image with Granny Apple Green ink, stamp once on a piece of scrap paper and then align and stamp inside the outline image to color each leaf.
  5. Use Granny Apple Green ink to stamp the sentiment along the lower right edge of the notecard.
  6. Stamp the daisy image on a scrap of Whisper White card stock and punch out with the Daisy punch.
  7. Lightly shape the petals.  Working from the center out – hold the bone folder on the underside of each petal, hold you thumb against the petal on the top side and press lighty as you drag the bone folder to the tip of the petal.
  8. Adhere the punched daisy over the top of the daisy stamped on the card with a small amount of Multipurpose Liquid Glue in the center.  The centers are lined up and the petals are offset.
  9. Stamp the flower center with Pineapple Punch ink on a scrap of Whisper White card stock.
  10. Use the 1/2″ circle punch to punch out the stamped image.
  11. Use a Mini Stampin’ Dimensional to adhere the stamped center to the center of the Daisy on the notecard.
  12. All done!

*** A complete list of products used is listed at the bottom of this post.

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Stampin’ Up! Products Used to Complete This Project:

Questions? You can Contact Me HERE.  If you need any stamping supplies, I’d love to be your Demonstrator.  Just click on the Shop Online With Me button on the top right side of the screen to go directly to my online store.

  • You can Shop in my online store HERE.
  • Ready to Join our team?  Click HERE for more information.
  • Want to earn Host rewards?  Click HERE to learn more.
  • Interested in my Events? Click HERE.

Stampin’ Up! Products Used to Complete This Project:

Daisy Punch

$18.00

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3 Responses to Stampin’ Up! Daisy Delight Notecards for Simply Stampin’ Sunday

  1. Such cute cards! Love them in the new colors! 🙂

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  2. So pretty! Love the colors and the curled daisy petals!

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  3. Susan K says:

    I love them! So clean and pretty, especially in those beautiful new colors! I love your Simply Stampin Sunday ideas. TFS.

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