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Friday, 4 August 2017

A Quick and Simple Birthday Card using the Daisy Bundle

The wonderful Daisy Bundle is back in stock so today I thought I would share with you one of my newest makes. The process of putting together this card was really simple and it requires very few supplies. I even used some retired items!

I have reverted back to an old faithful colour combination wise and chose chrushed curry and Dapper Denim. I really love the speckled effect of the colour theory paper a bit like that special paint you can buy that cracks and shows the colour underneath.

I used some old retired thick bakers twine to make the centre of the flower. This is really easy to do but looks so cute, I use liquid glue to do this part so if you are considering making it you have to remember to let it dry! Not a last minute card I guess!

I used some gold Glimmer paper to set off the crushed curry centre and used dapper denim ink to stamp the daisy - to add depth to the daisy I stamped and punched two daisies and placed them on on top of the other giving a more full flower. I love the daisy in blue. While it's not a traditional choice, because of the way the stamp is drawn it gives the effect of shadow and I think it makes the daisy look more realistic!

If you and your friends would like to get together and make this card for free please get in touch!

Thanks for joining me today and checking out my newest makes

Amy x


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