Hello Gorgeous Daisy Duet

Hello, it’s Lisa here again!  I’m stopping by to share card with you here on The Ton blog today, featuring the beautiful Daisy Duet Stamp set.  I stamped the Daisies in Noir ink and then clear heat embossed  on Canson 140 lb cardstock.  I did some bright watercoloring using Ken Oliver Colorbursts.  These daisies are the perfect size for easy watercoloring.   The coordinating die for this Daisy Duet makes cutting so easy!

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For this card I used the following supplies from The Ton store:

I stamped the background with the Delicate Polka Dots Cling Background. using The Ton’s Beach Blondie ink.  To create a little window box for the daisies,  I stamped another background using the awesome Buildable Woodgrain Background stamp set with Vanilla Frosted Cupcake, Warm Hazelnut and Found Topaz Couture inks.   I trimmed off  a strip to fit the bottom of the card then stamped the xtra large “gorgeous” stamp from the Seriously Amazing Sentiments stamps in Noir ink.

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I popped the Daisies up using some dimensional adhesive and added a white embossed  “Hello” sentiment from the Chandelier stamp set.

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I topped this card off with some clear Dew Drops Mixed sizes.  Such a great little embellishment that adds life to these pretty florals.

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Just a reminder, there is still time to get in on the fun!  The Ton’s March Challenge is open and you have until the last day of March to enter your cards for a chance to win a $50 shopping spree at The Ton shop!    Stop on over and join us for the final challenge over on The Ton Challenge Blog.  Our inspiration word is….”Spring”.

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Well, that’s all I have for you today.  Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope to see you all again real soon.   Have a beautiful week!

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4 thoughts on “Hello Gorgeous Daisy Duet

  1. Tracie Pond Designs says:

    Oh Lisa, this is outstanding. Gerbera Daisies are a favorite of mine (I won’t say how many pots of them I had last year). You showcased the cheerful color so well.

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