Monday, January 13, 2014

In all you do...

Hello, friends! I wanted to share with you another card I created using the Spellbinders® Paper Arts Shapeabilities® S2-066 Create-a-Flower: Gerber Daisy. I paired the flower with JustRite Papercraft's newest Tufted Cling Background stamp, and the sentiment is from the set called Ribbons and Swags Vintage Label Seven! ~ Enjoy!

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Project Recipe:
Paper: Bazzill Basics Green, Black, Pink, Dark Pink, Gray and White Cardstock
Embellishments: Viva Decor White Pearl Pen, Beacon Adhesives, 3D Foam dots

8 comments:

Sandra Smith said...

Love the pink daisy against the dark background. I've already ordered and received the Justrite stamp. Just waiting for the die for this flower to become available.
Sandi Smith

Sandra Smith said...

Love the pink daisy against the dark background. I've already ordered and received the Justrite stamp. Just waiting for the die for this flower to become available.
Sandi Smith

Sandra Smith said...

Love the pink daisy against the dark background. I've already ordered and received the Justrite stamp. Just waiting for the die for this flower to become available.
Sandi Smith

Nedlnut said...

This is gorgeous Darsie! I can't wait to get this daisy. I arranged the flowers for our niece's wedding & she used lilies & Gerber daisies.I can make lots of cards for the family with this die!

Rosy Newlun said...

What a glorious card! I love the intricate die and contrast of colors!!!

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Darsie,
For a card that is way outside my comfort zone it is beautiful. I really like your aster type of daisy and with the leaves behind it, it takes on a reality look about it. I really need to expand my horizons a bit more i think. Thank you for your inspiration,
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

Eileen Lucas said...

Very pretty Darsie. The daisy is gorgeous and I so like the background stamp you used along with it.

Judi said...

Stunning. I tried to order the background stamp yesterday and it was already sold out. So sad. :( Now I must look into that die!