Happy Monday to one and all!
Today's card is a charming Daisy Filigree stamped card, that is also a die cut wonder. Here is how it was done.
1. Stamped large daisy stamp from Fresh Cut stamp set from Hot Off the Press on Neenah white card stock.
2. Colored in the daisy with my Copic Markers, shading lightly, then fussy cut around outside petals and set aside to dry.
3. Using my Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine, I cut a circle of printed paper with the Paper Artist Circle die from Hot Off the Press from their Rosemary and Thyme 6X6 paper pad.
4. I then cut a little larger scalloped edge circle with the same die set from Hot Off the Press, using Limeade card stock from My Favorite Things.
5. Then using a sheet of light green stock from Martha Stewart Crafts, I cut the large Filigree Delight background from Spellbinders Nestabilities Card Creator.
6. The sentiment block was cut from the Spellbinders Nestabilities Card Creator set: Distressed Edges. I cut a thin strip from the light green stock and a word block from a sheet of Club Scrap's designer stock in royal blue.
7. From this same blue stock, I cut a square card base 51/2"X 11" and scored it in half, for a top fold card.
8. To assemble the card I took the card base and adhered the filigree background directly to the base using Tombo Mono Adhesive.
9. While the base was drying, I assembled the daisy unit. I adhered the daisy to the printed paper with foam adhesive dots, and then used double sided adhesive to adhere the printed paper to the scalloped circle. The entire unit was then anchored to the background with foam tape squares to give it depth and dimension. The sentiment block was attached below the daisy with double sided tape directly to the card stock base.
10. To add the final touches, a little bling, to the card I added several clear acrylic stones to the center of the daisy, and the four corners of the background. Another gem stone was placed on the sentiment block and three thin lines of Dazzles were added to the sentiment block and card base. The two lower corners of both the background and the card were rounded with the 1/4" Corner Chomper tool.
This card was entered in the Little Scrap Pieces, Fun Friday Challenge- Shape Up.
I hope you enjoyed today's post, and that you will create something that makes you Happy today. Until next time, Have a Great Day!