I fell in love with this set (Creative Elements) when I saw it in the catalog last year...and honestly, I just haven't used it very much. So I decided to make a card that features the beautiful flower stamp. I thought I would try something different. Instead of using the yellow for the flower and the navy for the accent, I totally reversed it. It really makes a unique card. I love pairing Daffodil Delight with Night of Navy. The colors really pop against each other.
There are tons of flowers on this card. For the bottom layer of flowers I used the masking technique, but I wanted the flowers to bloom right off the card, so I stamped lots of extra flowers and trimmed them down. That way I could stack several layers on top of each other using dimensionals.
I used Attic Boutique DSP for the background. It is no longer available, but thankfully there is a digital download available, so you can print your own.The greeting is from the set "Perfectly Penned". I stamped it on Whisper White cardstock and punched it out with the Extra Large Oval Punch. Then I sponged the edges with Daffodil Delight Ink and layered it on top of a piece of Whisper White cardstock that I embossed with the Oval Designer Frame.
This week the Artisan's received an email asking us to be display stampers for convention. Of course I said "yes", but that means I may need to neglect my blog for a few weeks. I hope you understand why I won't be posting as frequently. But the good news is, I will have 24 new projects to share with you later this summer after convention. So don't give up on me. I promise to try to have something to share every so often. The Artisans also have one final Facebook Gallery coming up in a few weeks. I'll be sure to let you know when that happens.