Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Paper Crafting Blog Hop- June 2021- Daisy Lane & Best Wishes Stamp Sets

 

Hello and Welcome to another Paper Crafting Blog Hop, where Stampin' Up! ® Demonstrators from around the world are coming together to showcase some birthday projects for everyone!  We are happy to have you with us and join us on this hop!  As I said we are showcasing any type of birthday project for you today, so you should get a good variety and great inspiration! You may have arrived from Terri Stewart's blog, and her project was just wonderful. 

I have chosen to use the Daisy Lane Stamp Set and I am pairing it with the Best Year Stamp set as well.  I will be using both the small and large daisy punches, as well as the all new In Color Shimmer Vellum and some DSP from the Host item Pattern Party 12x12 paper pack. This paper is an amazing value. 

My card base is a piece of Thick Basic White cut at 4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2".  My first layer is Basic Black cut at 4 1/8" x 5 3/8", followed by Polished Pink cut at 4"x 5 1/4", and then my DSP is cut at 2" x 5 1/4" to layer on the Polished Pink.  I ran the Polished Pink layer through the Stampin' Cut & Emboss machine using the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder. 

I then stamped some large and small daisies from the Daisy Lane stamp set on basic white scraps in polished pink ink.  I stamped 2 large and 4 small daisies.  I punched them out with the coordinating daisy punches and also punched some daisies in the polished pink shimmer vellum as well. I layered the daises to make them look fuller using Liquid Multipurpose glue.  I used one of the Tasteful Labels dies for my front sentiment and stamped it with Memento Black ink from the Best Year stamp set.  I attached my label and daisies using dimensionals.  

For my inside I used Memento ink to stamp my sentiment from Best Year and added two small daisies stamped in Polished Pink ink as well. I think it was a good way to complete the card and carry over the outside of the card.  

I hope you have enjoyed my project I shared with you today and that you gain inspiration from me or any of the others participating in the hop today! We love to have you hop with us, and while comments are not necessary they are greatly appreciated!  Click the picture below to continue on the hop with Joy Nelson to see what wonderful project she is sharing with us today. 



Here is a complete list of the Blog Hop if you need it as well. You are currently at Krissi Hannahs blog and you can continue from there or start at the beginning. 

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If you happened upon this post and were not in the blog hop, thank you for stopping by. If you live in the USA and do not have a current Stampin' Up! Demonstrator I would be glad to help you with any purchase for supplies.  Click the Shop Now button above to go to my online store. You can always email with me any questions at stampinwithkrissi@gmail.com as well. 











11 comments:

  1. You can never go wrong with daisies :)

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  2. Krissi, such a bright, pretty daisy card!

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  3. This daisy card is super cute. Cannot go wrong with the daisy punches. TFS

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  4. Love the greetings on this card!! The font is gorgeous and it works so well with the gorgeous flowers.

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  5. Polished Pink works perfectly with the black and white, and you've used my fav embossing folder.

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  6. Great color combo for summer!

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  7. Love your color combo! The black with the polished Pink is so fun. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I love the shimmer vellum, gives an added dimension to the beautiful daisies

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  9. I love the color combo...I don't use Polished Pink enough! And nice touch with the vellum!

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