Have a chocolate brown base with vanilla piece, inked the bottom piece after tearing off from top piece, tore this piece for top before stamping the daisy all over this piece adding word stamp and swirl stamp on top here and there. Stamped 4 daisy on vanilla piece going over several times for fullness, fussy cut them all out as well as the stamped leaves. Stamped the word stamp on the daisy, put 2 together with pop dot, layered on top of other image and put onto card front adding the leaves. Put down the swirl stamp at bottom then sentiment. Was easy to do but have the thumb with cracks on it so is sore, then when cutting the leaves on the last one said where did the red come from as not use red ink, and saw had slit my other thumb in cutting leaf, needless to say stamp another leaf and cut out with bandage on both thumbs, yet we as stampers just trudge on, maybe miss susie is rubbing off onto me as it is she who cuts herself and or cuts heads off images---LOL----We are bringing sunshine to a fellow stamper.
Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 GMT Views: 163
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 86146
Wed, Jan 10, 2018 @ 10:42 AM
Oh, ouch. I had to laugh because there are a few times I've dropped blood onto something and had to take a break. Cracked thumbs are sore! You still persevered through and made a beautiful card. Having the stamped background and then the layered flowers adds so much depth to it.
Registered: September 30, 2005 Location: Minnesota Posts: 1198
Thu, Jan 11, 2018 @ 8:47 AM
Oh my, I love all the gorgeous texture you created here with all the various stamping and patterns! Lovely, lovely job! (P.S. - Loctite Super Glue in the side-squeeze bottle is my best friend when it comes to those pesky finger cracks! hehe)
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Registered: April 6, 2009 Location: Weyers Cave, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley Posts: 14799
Fri, Jan 12, 2018 @ 5:20 AM
Your flowers are so sun shiny pretty, DonnaJeanne! I wish I had thought of using this set. Beautiful way to bring the sun into Angie's life! Great job with the fussy cutting even though you had a mishap~
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Registered: July 25, 2011 Location: Georgia Posts: 44012
Sat, Jan 20, 2018 @ 2:17 PM
Wow, wow, wow!!!! Your card is amazing and so is the envie!!! What a fabulous card! I love how you stamped the script and swirls along with the flowers. This looks like amazing vintage paper which makes it even more special! Sorry to read that there was a bit of blood loss involved! Thanks for pressing on because it is beautiful and I will treasure it!