Project Sheets Friday—Featuring Daisy Delight

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I'm so happy that the Daisy Punch is finally back in stock!  The Daisy Punch has been the most popular punch Stampin' Up! has sold in 5 years!  It sold out almost immediately after it was released with the new 2017 catalog in June.  After it finally came back in stock, it sold out again in just a few days!  Wow!  Fortunately, it's back again and ready to order!

It's easy to see why it's in demand—it's a classic flower shape and represents summer & happiness!  If you're lucky enough to have the Daisy Delight Bundle, then you already know how much fun it is for creating all kinds of cheerful projects!

Today's printable Project Sheets, courtesy of two top Stampin' Up! demonstrators, provide some inspiration for the Daisy Delight stamp set and punch!  Both are simple, yet so sweet!

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Gerber Daisy Delight - Susan Campfield

Courtesy of Susan Campfield.

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Gerber Daisy Delight Punch Art Card

This simple and sweet punch art daisy card is sure to make the recipient smile!

Step-by-Step Instructions:
  1. Gerber Daisy Delight - Susan CampfieldStamp 2 Daisy Delight images in Melon Mambo ink onto Melon Mambo cardstock.
  2. Punch out the daisies with the Daisy Punch.
  3. Punch out two of the small star flower shapes from Melon Mambo scraps with the Blossom Builder Punch.
  4. Punch out two leaves from the Lemon Lime Twist with the Blossom Builder Punch.
  5. Use the Bone Folder to gently curl the daisy petals and the leaves.
  6. Stamp the word “smile” from the Tabs For Everything set in Archival Black ink onto the 3-1/2” x 4-3/4” white layer.
  7. Adhere the 3-5/8” x 4-7/8” black card stock to the white stamped layer.
  8. Adhere both layers to the Whisper White card base.
  9. Adhere the flower stem to the card front using Glue Dots.
  10. Attach the leaves to the stem to the card front using Glue Dots.
  11. Attach the daisies to the stem with Glue Dots, rotating them to stagger the petals.
  12. Adhere the two small star shaped flowers together with Glue Dots, then attach to the flower center with a Dimensional.
  13. Color a clear faceted gem with a permanent marker (like Sharpie). The color will only appear on the raised bumps, you should still see some of the clear showing through.

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Watercolored daisy - tina zinck

Courtesy of Tina Zinck.

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Daisy Delight Watercolor Thank You Card

I love using Aqua Painters to give these Daisy Delight images a pretty, watercolored effect!  The gold embossed accents takes it to another level of beautiful!

Step-by-Step Instructions:
  1. Stamp the cascading flowers & leaves from Daisy Delight stamp set onto a 3-1/2” x 4-3/4” Shimmery White card stock using Sahara Sand ink.
  2. Add a light color wash to each of the images using Berry Burst, Tranquil Tide and Lemon Lime Twist ink pads with an Aqua Painter. When dry, go over a second time, a bit darker, and outline the images, pulling ink inside the images.
  3. Once dry, ink daisy image with Versamark and stamp over colored daisy. Sprinkle with Gold Embossing Powder, shake off excess and set with heat tool until glossy & smooth.
  4. Adhere 1/2” x 4” Fresh Florals DSP strip behind Shimmery White layer on the left side, then adhere entire piece to card base.
  5. Stamp Daisy Delight sentiment with Black Archival ink pad.
  6. Finish card by adding some floating Rhinestone Jewels.
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