Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Delightful Daisy

The launch of the new catalogue is just around the corner now.  Just over a week to go until the whole catalogue, in all its glory,  can be shared with you.  Until then I have another lovely suite of products to introduce you to.  Welcome the Delightful Daisy Suite!

My first card is soft and delicate and combines the stamps and the designer series paper from the suite.  The papers are a collection of double sided sheets with both delicate and bold florals.  There are plainer patterns too.  The soft, almost chalky, colours are perfect for Spring and Summer.  The large daisy flower is stamped twice, using Pool Party ink, and punched out with a new coordinating punch.

Making these daisy cards has taken me back to childhood and making long daisy chains!  Sitting on the grass and picking those pretty flowers from the lawn...s ome of the petals tinged with pink, but all of the centres were domed in shape and bright yellow.  Remembering is making me smile!  The flower centre on my card is made from one of the new faceted gems.  They will be available in clear and gold, and shimmer beautifully.  Realistic, aren't they?

My second card has a simple crisp feel to it.  Texture is added to the dark background by using the new Oh My Stars embossing folder, and with a little stretch of the imagination the stars look daisy-like!  The simple birthday greeting (from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set) sits below a big, bold daisy and the square panel is framed with tiny blue stamped daisies.

I'm really pleased with how these cards turned out.  Very similar ingredients, yet the results are quite different.  Which do you prefer?

Thank you for visiting my blog today.  Happy crafting,

If you would like to order any supplies, I would love to be your demonstrator.  Please visit my online shop: HERE

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Alternatively, you can click on one of the images below showing the supplies used (the items from the new catalogue are not itemised):

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