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Daisy Delight | #WWYS124

Welcome to this weeks challenge at What Will You Stamp? This week the set we are showcasing the amazing popular Daisy Delight stamp set

This set also co-ordinates with the Daisy Punch - so popular it went on back order within weeks of launching!  

My project today utilises the smaller flowers in the Daisy Delight set, the set is "double stamp" which means you have one stamp for the detail of the image and another for the background - you can see this with the pink daisies below:

I love how easy photopolymer stamp sets are to use to line up images for stamping, this enables you to use different colours for foliage and flowers with ease.  I was also able to "bend" the long stems of the daisy to create the effect of a bunch below the Scalloped oval sentiment.

I used the masking technique to break up the sentiment so that it fitted perfectly within stitched shape oval - I adore these framelits, the stitching has such a lovely delicate effect, and layer beautifully with the Layering Ovals framelits. I mixed up the Bakers twine for something a bit different, and just love how this turned out.

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  1. Love it! Such a sweet card Sue. I need to use those smaller flowers more often. Thanks for inspiring me.

  2. I love this card, so many possibilities with different sentiments. TFS

  3. A beautiful bouquet, Sue. Really like your design this week, it's fantastic!

  4. Beautiful card - so pretty and delicate!

  5. Great Card, love how you have the large bold sentiment as your centre piece. Angexx

  6. I am loveing how your boquet wraps the sentiment Sue. A beautiful soft and pretty card xx

  7. Such a pretty card Sue .. I love this daisy stamp set

  8. Lovely card design, the small flowers make a beautiful bouquet around your central words, love the colours you have used :) x

  9. Hey Sue, your card is so pretty. I adore how you have placed the sentiment up and over the inked image and have the flowers peek out and around it. I hope you don't mind but I think I may use this idea soon. ❤️


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