Monday, 10 August 2015

Dainty Daisy.

Hi there,

Tonight I would like to share a card with you, that I made for  Imagination Crafts  way back in October 2010.   The stamp I   used was at that time, one of my favourites.   It is a flat stamp but I decided to use it in a different way.   Hope you like the end result.

Make a base card six and a half inches square from blue card.   Onto this, matt a piece of brown card, leaving a small border of the blue showing.

Take another piece of blue card five and a half inches square.   Roll the  Rollagraph stamp - Designer 12 over the Versamark pad, then roll around all four edges and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.

Punch all four corners of the blue card, using the Woodware corner punch.   Stamp the daisy stamp onto some brown card using the Encore gold  pad and heat emboss with gold embossing powder.   (this stamp only stamps the background, leaving the daisy itself, not stamped).  this stamp can be used in many different ways.   Cut out the daisy, leaving the gold embossed background in tact.   Trim around the image.   Glue some laser mesh behing the daisy and glue this to another piece of brown card, the same size as the image.

Punch a hole in each corner and put a brad through two of the flowers and fix to the brown card image.   Repeat this for the other three corners.   Fix this to the centre of the base card.

Take the left-over pieces after punching the corners and cover with the  gold  pad, then heat emboss with gold powder.   Glue these to each corner of the brown card.

I do not think  this gorgeous stamp is  available  now,   I just thought I would show you this card as you could make a card using a similar stamp.

That is it finished, hope you like it.   See you all very soon.    Have a good Tuesday.

                                                            Love and  rainbows,

                                                         Crafty Hugs    Jennifer xx.


  1. Gorgeous and as you say a very dainty daisy.
    Linda xxx