Hello, craft-lovers! I’m writing you from Maryland where I’m dreaming of Spring. It’s a windy 39 degrees here.
My day-dreaming about Spring really inspired this pretty, daisy card. The combination of yellows, pinks and greens really make this card pop! I’ve been looking out the window at grey skies and sleet, so this colorful card is definitely a welcomed sight.
I love flowers, both stamped and real, so when I first saw this daisy stamp by Simply Stamps I was instantly inspired! What I love about using flower stamps for cards is they’re so versatile. They can be used for so many different occasions.
Here are the supplies I used for this card:
- Simply Stamps Daisy rubber stamp
- Black Momento Ink
- Copic Markers
- 5 ½” x 8 ½” Card Stock Base – Light Brown
- 5 ¼” x 4” Card Stock Mat – Pink
- 5” x 3 ¾” Patterned Paper
- Scalloped Circle
- Rhinestone Circle
- Star Dust Stickles Glitter Glue
- Scrapbook Adhesive
- Foam Squares
- I started by stamping the flower stamp onto a piece of white card stock using black ink. To use copic markers, you need a special kind of card stock. I like X-press It’s card stock personally.
- Next, I colored in my daisy. The video above will show you the different blending techniques I used. This flower could also be a sunflower if you used yellow and black markers.
- I then cut out the daisy with my scissors.
- Next, attach the rhinestones to the scalloped paper.
- I Used scrapbook adhesive to attach all of the pieces to the card, except for the daisy.
- Lastly, I attached the daisy with foam squares.
I hope you enjoyed my Flower card tutorial! You can visit P.S. I love you Crafts for more fun cards and crafts. And see more of the other design team members’ projects here.