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06/10/2017

Sat 10

Ragged Daisy
by Marybeth Lopez

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Good morning to you and happy weekend! I have a clean and simple looking card here today. I used the Ragged Daisy die that can be used in many different ways, I chose to have one row of petals but you could also make this a full bloom if you wanted.

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This was the original color I was going to use then changed it to more of a soft yellow. All I did was stamp some ink on a clear block ,  spritzed it with water , then placed my panel on top . 

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I did this with the stem and center of the flower as well, just using different colors.  You can always add more ink straight from the ink pad as well, to shade the edges. Each part of the flower is layered three times.

I used this fun little stamp set : Fairy Greetings from Poppystamps . My panel is watercolor card stock to add some texture to my card.

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When I was finished I added a bit of Glossy Accents for a water drop look.

I hope you enjoy your weekend and I hope you find some time to craft! I also wanted to thank you for your kind comments!Marybeth Floral Signature copy-1

 


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So delicate and so pretty x

Gorgeous CAS card Marybeth, love the colours on your Ragged Daisy.
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I love this. The daisy looks so real! My die is on backorder and I can't wait to get it.

Simply as sweet as can be, Marybeth! You always think of the finest details that make your cards so special. Love the droplets of water on the petals and leaves.

SO PRETTY!!! I'm SO GLAD I ordered the Fairy Greetings! LOL Now EVERYONE will be buying it! Your tutorial for the Daisy is GREAT! I LOVE that the daisy is SO DELICATE!The water coloring technique you used adds just enough color! ;)

Urocza kartka!

This is incredible Marybeth! Your layered watercolored flower is so pretty and the droplets are the perfect accent. Love this so much!!

Gorgeous!

Wow...this is so beautiful. Your daisy is as sweet as can be and looks so pretty in that color you created.

Simply Beautiful CAS design with your pretty die cut flower the star :-) TFS Marybeth. Hugs..

Oh this is perfect think this die was my favourite of the last release I have a soft spot for daisies even had them as my bridal bouquet and i am frantically saving my pennies and then this will hopefully be coming to play at my house so I can make cards as special as yours love it thanks for sharing.

Hi Marybeth, This is such an elegant and pretty card, the colours on the daisy are fabulous, and I absolutely adore the 'water droplets', so realistic and so effective.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Very pretty Marybeth - you've taken CAS to a whole new level!

This is really, really pretty! Love that daisy ... my wish list gets bigger & bigger. lol

So sweet and beautifully colored! The water droplets are a wonderful addition!

Very Pretty card!! The technique you used for colouring the flower and stem and leaves, I can do that! I really like that this is a beautiful, easy card. It's nice to be able to make a special card for someone quickly, especially because it's the night before their birthday. I did that a couple of weeks ago.
Jacquelene L
Canada

Super beau !!!!!
Bises
Thaly

Really beautiful and I love your coloring technique!

FAB WC technique and the water drops are a FANTASTIC detail! LOVE that flower!

clean & simple = perfect!

Gorgeous, love the flower and the lovely way you have colored it!

Lovely, Marybeth!

Great ideas for a wonderful card!!!! Me encanta!

Nice !
Nancy

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