Aren’t these colours fabulous together? The combination of bright colours really makes the daisies pop off the front of the card, making these extremely Daisy Delight colourful thank you cards. I created these for those clients that made a purchase during my Open House back in June. Why wait until now to post them? Well, I have a lot of Daisy Delight samples on my tables and in my computer, so I like to spread them out so that you’re inundated with daisies!
These cards are 3″ x 3″, and fit nicely inside our retired mini square envelopes. I still have some leftover from a couple of years ago, and use them in situations like this. You could easily make your own using thinner paper and the Envelope Punch Board.
The colour combination that makes them pop is Melon Mambo, Tangerine Tango and Lemon Lime Twist. I did add one of the Clear Faceted Gems to the centre, just to finish them off. I would love to say that these are my original creations, and they are in a way. I have CASEd them from a larger 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ card that I saw on Facebook, back at the end of May. I thought that I had written down the name of the creator, but I can’t find it. If I do, I’ll edit the post to give credit to the original stamper.
So, what did I use?
The Daisy punch is still on backorder, but should be in stock in a couple of weeks. It is amazing how popular this punch has been with stampers all around the globe, and Stampin’ Up! has been struggling to keep up with demand. When it is back in stock, you can purchase the stamp set and punch together as a bundle, saving 10% on both (145361, $40).
If you’re missing any of the supplies needed to create this colourful card, you can Shop Online 24/7 to have these items shipped directly to your door. Don’t forget – if your order is over $60, you will receive a $6 coupon that can be redeemed in August. Add the July Host Code (9XJJBKPK) to your order and I will send you 10 complimentary Project Helper Guides at the end of the month. This month’s Guides are fantastic!
Yesterday it was snowmen, and today it’s snowflakes, accompanied by lots of sunshine…