When having a workshop, I love to show the value of Bundles. Yesterday I showed you one card using the Daisy Delight Bundle. Today I want to show you this card using the same bundle. The great thing is I was able to use yet two other papers out of the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper. Although this paper is not in the bundle, it coordinates beautifully with everything so that you can get so much value out of one package of paper. The above card used a Whisper White card base rather than a Crumb Cake Card base like in Yesterday's card. Again a black pad was used for the sentiment, but strategically placed on the Designer Series Paper. Remember to use the piercing mat when stamping. It will save a headache of having a terrible stamped image. Past lessons learned.
The Whisper White card base was cut 8 1/2" by 5 1/2". It was scored on the 8 1/2" side at 4 1/4" and folded.
The top layer of Designer Series Paper was cut at 3 3/4" by 5".
The middle layer of Designer Series Paper was cut 4" by 5 1/4".
All was adhered using snail adhesive. A glue dot was used to place the Old Olive 1/8" sheer ribbon bow.
Another tip is that several of these top pieces of Designer Series Paper were cut out. Depending where the daisies are on each card determines where the sentiment goes. Each may be a little different. You want a lighter area to stamp the dark sentiment so it is readable. Also using the same guideline, place a ribbon bow on a daisy where you think it will look best. If you think it looks good, it probably does.
Now, just in case you do stamp your image and it looks awful and even stamping over it looks awful, here is a tip for covering your image:
The Pretty Label Punch was used to punch out Whisper White card stock (thick was used above). The sentiment can be stamped on this and adhered to the card rectifying the problem.
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