Using Night of Navy ink, stamp the daisy on a scratch piece of paper and then stamp it on the Thick Whisper White. Do this twice. Use the same technique for the solid and dotted circles in the center of the flowers.
Punch the end of the Whisper White 1” x 5” piece using the Banner Triple Punch. Using Tranquil Tide, stamp “Thank You” on the banner.
Use the Bone Folder to curl the leaves of the Daisy, attach together with mini glue dots. Attach to the empty end of the banner using mini glue dots.
Using Tranquil Tide, stamp the sentiment and the stem on the 4” x 5 ¼” piece of Whisper White. Using Night of Navy, stamp the flower outline. Stamp off the flower fill stamp before stamping over the outline.
Assemble as shown.
Remember, the October and November kits coordinate but they also stand alone. You DO NOT need both kits to create a complete project.
To receive October’s kit, you must subscribe at paperpumpkin.com by 11:50 PM (MT) on October 10.
To receive November’s kit, you must subscribe at paperpumpkin.com by 11:50 PM (MT) on November 10.
Promotion period: September 1–October 31
The Merry Patterns Stamp Set is exclusive to the host promotion and will not be available after October 31
In order to qualify, the event merchandise total must reach $300 (before shipping and handling)
There is no limit to the number of times the Merry Patterns Stamp Set may be earned, but only one set can be redeemed per qualifying order
Orders must be closed by 11:50 PM (MT) on October 31
The Merry Patterns Stamp Set is in addition to Stampin’ Rewards
The Merry Patterns Stamp Set may not be exchanged for another stamp set
I really do adore this paper. I tried putting some cut out leaves with the bow but it was just so cute on it’s own I didn’t want anything else there. I can’t say this is my favorite color combination but it screams fall to me.
I’m playing along with Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #230.
I stamped the flower with Pool Party & Soft Sky. The center is Soft Suede that I stamped on scratch paper first before stamping the flower center. I cut the copper foil scalloped oval out of the layer, no one sees under the paper anyway. 🙂
I got the idea for this card from two cards that Rachel Tessman’s shared with her Stampers With Art group of demonstrators. The first idea was to use the Painted Harvest flower as a wreath, the stamp set even has the little dots in it I used for berries. The second idea was to use the sponge brayer to add Cherry Cobbler ink to the Merry Little Christmas black and white paper. I love it!
It’s my husbands birthday today, we are the same age for the next month and a half. He collects elephants so I thought the A Little Wild stamp set would work well for him. I lightly colored the elephant with the watercolor pencils and blender pen.