Saturday, 30 January 2016

Double Daisy Fun



Double Daisy Fun


Products needed for this project :

The Daisy Border
http://www.oakhousestudio.com/ourshop/prod_3672476-Solid-Daisy-Border.html

Double Daisy stamp set
http://www.oakhousestudio.com/ourshop/prod_3298551-Double-Daisy-stamp-set-large-UPDATED.html

Colour Chemistry Ink Pads
http://www.oakhousestudio.com/ourshop/prod_1376092-Colour-Chemistry-Pigment-Ink.html
Midnight, Lemon Yellow and the Triple Sky Blues

Plus some mirri card a gelli tot gem and Oak House Studio stamping card.


Take a piece of the A5 stamping card the triple sky blue ink pad and the daisy border stamps ( which I cut into single stamps as it makes life easier when using different colours. Firstly blend some blue into the outside edge of the card, then stamps the daisies using all 3 of the colours randomly stamp across the card.


Next stamp and emboss 3 of the large daisies.


Then colour using the Lemon Yellow ink pad and a blender or stencil brush. 


Cut out all the daisies, which thankfully isn't too difficult.

Stamp and emboss the sentiment and colour the background using the mid blue. Finally mount the mirri card onto a card blank, place the stamped daisy background towards the bottom of the card remembering to leave space for the sentiment. Then shape the daisies and using either silicone gel or foam pads mount onto the card, lastly using a strong glue mount the sentiment and the Gelli tot gem onto the centre daisy.

7 comments:

Angela Dodson said...

such a lovely bright and cheerful card and the yellow daisies are perfect for that 'sunshine' and so lovely to look at especially as the weather has been so horrible here at the coast, hailstones, wind and rain, but perfect 'stay home and craft' weather x

Lynne Vowles said...

Pretty & cheerful x

Sylvia Ames said...

Thank you for sharing the tutorial for this gorgeous card, beautiful colours.

Sylv xx

Tracey said...

Lovely card - thanks for the step by step guide to make it too

Diane said...

Lovely bright daisies which stand out beautifully on the background.

Jackie Weatherstone said...

Great card and thanks for step by step which will encourage us all to try out this method.

Debbie M said...

I love the blue background stamping against the yellow daisy. Debbie xx