Monday, 29 July 2013

Pink Gingham Daisy Chain

Hi there Friends and Fellow Crafters,

Today I would like to share another card I made for Sue and Harvey of Imagination Crafts in September 2008.

              

                          




This card shows another way of using the daisy chain stamp.   

Stamp the threads stamp on the top right hand and bottom left corners of the white base card.   
Stamp the daisy chain stamp on top of the threads stamp using the pixie dust chalk inkpad at the top right corner.   
Stamp the daisy chain on top of the threads stamp on the bottom left, but upside down this time using black inkpad.   
Decorate the edges of the card using the flower border stamp and the pixie dust chalk pad.   Stamp the daisy stamp onto some gingham paper and cut out.  Glue to the pink stamped daisy.  
Add glitter glue to the flower centres.   
Stamp daisy chain onto black card using the pink chalk inkpad.  Cut out the flowers and glue to the black stamped daisies.  
Stamp the daisy stamp onto some black shrink plastic using the chalk inkpad and cut out then shrink with heat gun.  
Mat onto gingham paper leaving a border showing.   Mat this onto black card, then glue to the top left of the base card.  Add glitter glue to flower centres.   
Fix some pink gingham ribbon across the bottom left.   Stamp the border flowers a few times onto the gingham paper using black inkpad, cut out and glue them randomly around the border.  
Phew ! that's it friends,  another design using the daisy chain stamp.   

My next card will also feature the daisy chain stamp so please pop back.  It is amazing how one stamp can be used in so many different ways.  

Bye for now
Jennifer xxx   

                                        

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