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Retiring Gingham Gala DSP and Daisy Punch

I love, love, love the Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper, and I'm sorry it's retiring!  I've used it on this card, not only as DSP on the front but I punched the daisy flower out of it.  I also added vellum to the daisy, which gives it a softer look.  I think I will make one with each color from the Gingham DSP! I saw the idea for this card on Dawnsstampingthoughts.com

 

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Supplies:

Strong and Beautiful stamp set.

Grapefruit Grove card stock, 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" scored at 4 1/4"; Grapefruit Grove card stock,  4 3/4 x 3 1/4" for mat on front.

Whisper White card stock, 2 7/8 x 4 3/8" for front; Whisper White card stock, 5 1/4 x 4" for inside of card; scrap piece for sentiment, and daisy center.

Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper in Grapefruit Grove, 4 x 5 1/4"

Scrap piece of vellum for daisy.

Polka dot tulle ribbon, 3"

White Baker's Twine.

Black Memento ink.

Snail adhesive.

MIni Glue Dots.

Dimensional.

Daisy Punch, Pretty Label Punch.

1/2" Punch.

 

Directions:

Stamp sentiment on scrap whisper white and punch out with Pretty Label Punch.  

Punch out two daisy flowers from Gingham Gala DSP, and one from Vellum card stock.  Adhere together with mini glue dots of liquid glue.  Punch out 1/2" circle for center of daisy and adhere with glue dot.  Add Baker's Twine bow to center of daisy.

Adhere ribbon to white card stock, and then place on Grapefruit Grove piece.  Adhere to Gingham paper and add both to the front of the card.  

Adhere daisy with a dimensional to front of card.

Stamp sentiment on Whisper White for inside of card and adhere.

Enjoy!!

 

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Robin Cox

What an absolutely adorable spring card Verna! Your card work is always a joy to see.

Verna

Thanks so much!! That means a lot!!

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