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Mon 12

Delightful Daisy.
by Pam Simpson

Hello everyone, are you like me and love Poppystamps New Spring collection.. so many lovely dies to use together to make pretty cards


Like to see how I created these gorgeous "Delightful Daisy" flowers. then look below..


Cut two using the die, I then used my sponges with these inks shown, I did not wont a blended look! so I ponced ink onto the flowers..


Ball tool and blending mat to give the flowers dimension.


Thanks cut across a corner ..I have used the inside cut from there Gorgeous "Double stitched Scallop Frames. 


Can you see how they fit together.


Coloured with Distress Ink adhered as shown. foam tape on the reverse on the scallop frame.


I have placed my first large frame of set on this card..


Close up of my flowers and Prills in yellow for the centres ..remember I cut two complete flowers, I have just used the flowers to layer up as shown.


Finished with Stitched Fluttering Butterflies and stamp "Hugs & Kisses.

Pam Floral Signature copy









C'est magnifique !!!

Hi Pam what a beautiful
beautiful card it is
absolutely gorgeous.
Love it Mavis L x

Absolutely beautiful! I'd love to own purple daisies in my garden! :-)

You r the ‘master’ of design! So unique! Thank u 4 sharing!

Magnifique et élégant!

BEAUTIFUL!!! I LOVE how you colored the daisy die, Pam. It gives the daisy such depth! AND HOW did you create the "prills?" This is SUCH A LOVELY CARD!!! ;)LOVE ALL of the layers & elements you've added to this card!!! ;)They make it SO FEMININE!!! ;)

Hi Pam, This is truly stunning !! I absolutely love your colours and these flowers are stunning and you have used my most favourite die set the scalloped rectangles, I absolutely love this.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

This is a relatively CAS card, for you Miss Pam, but I love the pretty sponging on these sweet flowers (great work with the Prills) and I love the way you've used the scalloped frames to create such a work of art. The frame within-a-frame, is a unique detail that I must remember! These are some fantastic dies too! TFS & Hugs

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