Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Stampin' Up! Daisy Lane ~ Stitched Daisies


Hello!  Welcome to my blog, where I like to share cards and projects that will hopefully inspire you to create!  I love papercrafting, and hate it when beautiful supplies are just left on the shelf to collect dust. 

Today's card was inspired by Atlantic Hearts Sketch 450.  I didn't follow the sketch exactly, but was so excited to get out my needle and thread for this one!  Back in the day, it was pretty popular to stitch paper for projects, but I haven't seen much of that lately.  I'm hoping it's coming back, because it's always a lot of fun to mix different hobbies.  (Plus, I can't sew at all, but I can stitch some cardstock. lol)


Sometimes you can use a sewing machine to stitch on cardstock, but I mostly prefer to use my Take Your Pick Tool and a Stampin' Pierce Mat, along with a ruler, needle & thread.  I especially recommend stitching by hand when stitching something like these daisies so that the petals don't get messed up by a machine.  Plus, the Take Your Pick Tool and Stampin' Pierce Mat are so hand for other things, they are just great to have on hand! 

MEASUREMENTS
Card Base ~ Balmy Blue Cardstock ~ 8-1/2" x 5-1/2", score at 4-1/4"
Layer 1 ~ Basic White Cardstock ~ 5-1/4" x 4"
enough Basic White Cardstock for the daisies and dragonfly

Inside Layer ~ Basic White Cardstock ~ 5-1/4" x 4"

  • Stamp the largest daisy six times with Polished Pink ink.  
  • Stamp the center of the largest daisy three times with Daffodil Delight ink.
  • Use Tuxedo Black Memento ink to stamp the dragonfly.  
  • Punch out the dragonfly with the Dragonflies Punch. 
  • Add a touch of color and sparkle to the dragonfly wings by lightly dipping the tip of Wink of Stella in a bit of Gorgeous Grape ink, then coloring the wings.  (You can very lightly touch the side of the ink pad, OR while the ink pad is closed, squeeze it in the center, then open it up and use the ink that is in the lid)
  • Cut around each of the Daffodil Delight daisy centers with Paper Snips.
  • Punch out each of the daisies with the Daisy Punch. 
  • Glue the daisies together, so that you end up with 3 full daisies, all with Daffodil Delight centers. 
  • Use Liquid Glue to adhere the daisies to Layer 1.  
  • Stamp 'Smile' with Gorgeous Grape ink, as shown.  Then, stamp 'it's your time to shine' with Balmy Blue ink under 'Smile'.  
  • Punch holes through the daisies 1/8 of an inch apart with the sharp end of the Take Your Pick Tool, making sure to keep the Stampin' Pierce Mat under the cardstock as you make the holes. 
  • With a needle and thread, sew a line down the daisies, using the holes you created. 
  • Adhere Layer 1 to the front of your card with Liquid Glue.
  • Use Mini Stampin' Dimensionals to attach the dragonfly to the front of your card. 

Stamp the smallest daisy on the inside layer with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink.  Then, add a bit of color and sparkle to it with the Wink of Stella and your choice of colors. Adhere the inside layer to the inside of your card. 



Thanks for visit my blog!  I'm including a link to the video tutorial below.  You will find the clickable product list for this project at the end of this post, if you want to order any of these items. 

Happy Stamping!


The July-December 2021 Mini Catalog will be retiring soon!  It's always bittersweet to see a classic Stampin' Up! catalog take a trip to retirement.  But, I'm looking forward to all the amazing new products on their way - and hope you are, too!

Stock up on your favorite products before they're gone for good!  Save up to 50% on essential craft supplies.  What are you waiting for?  Start shopping!  After all, this selection of Last Chance Products is only available while supplies last. 

I went through the catalog during my Facebook Live December 1st.
Watch the replay if you would like all the details about what is retiring/staying/returning.
Or, you can download the Last Chance List here


PRODUCT LIST
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12 comments:

  1. Daisies and dragonflies are among my favorites! I love the colors you selected for your card. Thank you so much for playing with us at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge. ~Dena J, Design Team

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    1. Mine too! and butterflies & chickens. LOL Thank you! :)

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  2. Love the flowers and how you did the stitching! Wonderful card, thanks for playing along at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge!

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  3. Very pretty! Daisys and dragon flies are some of my favorites!
    Thank you for sharing with Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge.
    Patty S, Design Team

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  4. Oh I just love everything about this, the colours, the flowers, the dragon flies....everything! Thanks for playing along with Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge (AHSC).

    Brandi R.
    DT member AHSC
    crzy4scrapbooking.blogspot.ca

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  5. What a sweet card! I love the stitching--it really elevates your art.
    Thank you for joining us at the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge this week and that you join us again.
    Anna, Design Team
    https://sparklywallflower.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you Anna! And thank you for calling my card 'art'. That made me smile! :)

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  6. Love all those delicate daisies with the dragonfly element--great card! Thanks for sharing it with us at Altantic Hearts Sketch Challenge--please join us again soon!
    :) Marie
    AHSC DT

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    1. Thank you! and thank you for the great challenges at AHSC! :)

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