Delightful Daisy
by Michele K. Henderson


Hello Everyone!

Our blog blitz is rolling on with even more great ideas and inspiration, and a chance to win too! Today I am sharing a card I created with the pretty Delightful Daisy! It's a sweet and simple CAS salute to spring! Take a look!


This card was so easy to make (and quick too) that it completely slipped my mind to take a few photos of the creative steps! Ooops!  I cut out the Delightful Daisy in green, white, and yellow, the Little Rabbits, and the Stitched Fluttering Butterflies, glued them in place and it was finished, quick like a bunny! So today, I am going to share a little tip to add dimension to your beautiful CAS die cut cards.


This tip works especially well with flowers, leaves, and butterflies! When gluing your cuts on to your card base, leave a few areas of the cut "unglued." With the daisy, I glued down the center, but left the petals unglued, then carefully manipulated the paper  to curl the petals up a little, creating dimension and shadow. You could also try a double curl, where you bend the petals up at the center of the flower, then curl them down at the end with a pencil. This is a great effect on flowers like poinsettias or succulent petals, to make the cuts looks puffy. Paper is a wonderful media to manipulate with just simple simple bends and twists.

To add dimension to butterflies, bend them lengthwise in half and just glue a little bit in the center. You can create a swoosh of butterflies, for example, and bend the wings in different positions to look like they are fluttering. I think I'll try that in my next card!


I can't wait to see all your fresh new ideas with Poppystamps new spring collection! Since it IS a blog blitz, let's get to the blog candy! You could win the Delightful Daisy die just by leaving a comment on today's post! Enter every day for every die you would like to win! Best of luck!

Thanks so much for joining us today!

Michele Floral Signature copy








That daisy would brighten any spring project and I appreciate your helpful tips!

I love Clean&simple cards and love daisies too!
so your card is perfect for me.

Beautiful card, I love the simplicity of the design. xx

What a lovely clean and simple card...nice bright spring colours!

I love this daisy die. Your card looks so fresh and spring-is-in-air feel!

A lovely springlike card. Great that you also get the rabbits and butterflies.

Gorgeous fresh Spring card! xxx

Great spring card! Thanks for sharing your tips on giving your card some dimension. Will definitely try them on my next card.

I just love your card! It's so CAS! Perfect
for Easter, Spring even "Cheer up"!!!

This is so adorable. And quick and easy for when you need a cute card in a rush, I love the spring dies!

So cute the daisy is. Love the whimsical look it gives to your card

Clean and simple design, but very effective. The Daisy die is so sweet.

Lovely - that bunny is so sweet!

Clean&simple así se ve hermosa, el die de Margarita y conejo me encantaron

Michelle, your card looks GREAT! YES, I LOOOVE to add that dimension! It DOES ADD SO MUCH INTEREST!!!! I DO LOVE that daisy die & you've featured it WELL!!! I also LOVE that little BUNNY!!! ;)CAN'T WAIT to see all of your FLUTTERING BUTTERFLIES!!! ;)

Such a pretty card! Makes me think spring is near! ( With big drifts of snow in my yard, I'm really ready for it!) Thanks for tips on adding dimension & interest to the die cuts.

Very sweet card, Michele. LOVE the delightful daisy die!

Ahhh spring can’t b far away! Your bright colors, the wonderful daisies won’t tell! & the adorable bunny...I know spring is just a pop of color away! Thank you!

Love that daisy - and bunny too!!!

What a lovely card!!! Too cute!!!

Such a cute yet simple card. Love the daisies and the butterfly!

Sweet card! Love the daisies and the adorable bunny!

Love the simplicity of your card. The bright colors are fun and cheerful. Thanks for sharing your tips as well!

So simple, sweet and cute!! LOVE the daisies...

simply adorable..just love that sweet little bunny!

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