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Sample cards using the Daisy Delight bundle

Here are a couple of cards I made using the flowers from the tutorial.

altered Daisy punch flower tutorial.

Hi and thanks for stopping by.
I love making flowers, it takes me back to my cake decorating days, and they add such interest and dimension to any project.

For this flower I used all Stampin' Up! products.
Delightful Daisy stamp set
Daisy punch
Very Vanilla card stock
Current In colour inks
Sahara Sand ink.

Firstly, on very vanilla card stock, stamp 6 images of the Daisy in Sahara sand. (6 per flower)
Punch them out, flip them over and stamp on the reverse side (very easy using our photo polymer stamps)
Sponge the tips in desired colour.
Next, using your scoring tool (stylus) press quite firmly from the tip of the flower petals, drag the stylus to the centre of the flower. This will cause the petals to curl. the harder you press the more they curl.

Next, squish the petals slightly to make a kind of 'bud'
Do the same thing to the following 4 punched flowers WITHOUT the squishing part. Adhere each one (I used hot glue) to the base, ensuring you alternate the petals.
For the final flower, do the same, only afterwards, turn it over and press in the centre. This will give you a kind of 'spider'. Adhere this to the base of your flower. 'fluff' the petals as much or as little as you like.
If you'd like a closed bud in the centre, add a TINY drop of tombow (liquid glue) to the very tip of some of the petals and hold them closed until they dry.


I hope this tutorial has been helpful,
Thanks for viewing and have an amazing day.