Hi everyone! Here is a light and happy card featuring one of my Memory Box go-to flowers, Sketch Daisy. I love the versatility of this die, and have used it so many ways. I hope you like this die as much as I do!
It's almost impossible for me do a one layer card, and this one is no
exception! I first cut a white piece of card stock to 3-3/4" x 5",
softly sponged Spun Sugar Distress Ink where shown, and splattered
Peeled Paint Distress Ink over that. I die cut three of the Sketch Daisy
from a medium green card stock, and snipped off the flowers. I cut
three of only the flower in white card stock. I sponged a fairly heavy
layer of Spun Sugar through the Peony Blossoms stencil onto a piece of
white card stock, and cut three of the solid petals out of that.
I offset the patterned petals onto the white open petals and glued them
together. I adhered the stems and leaves first, then mounted the solid
leaves with glue at the bottom tips and a small piece of foam tape
towards the top of each leaf before adding them to the open leaves,
again offsetting them slightly. I did the same with the flowers, adding a
small piece of foam tape towards the top of two petals, and adhered
them to the top of the stems using glue at the bottoms. This was worth
the effort as I wanted the flowers and leaves to be three-dimensional.
The sentiment was stamped using Versamark Onyx Black ink. I added dew
drops to the flower centers and scattered a few more. That assembled
piece was then added to the card base with foam tape. Thanks for
stopping by, as always!