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Work of art daisies - two cool

Originally CASEd from Sandi MacIver at Stampin' With Sandi.

Today, I'm sharing one of the projects that we did at last week's "Last Thursdays" card class.  It's a CASE from a pretty card that Carmen DeBruce shared at our last Too Cool Team Shoebox Swap.

Work of art daisies - coastal 

Background Basics—I embossed a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Coastal Cabana with the Modern Mosaic Folder, then adhered it to a Whisper White card base. 

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Darling Daisies—For the focal point, I started by stamping two Work of Art flower center dots in Basic Gray onto a 3" x 4-1/4" piece of Whisper White card stock.  Next, I stamped around the centers with the small Work of Art swoosh image inked in Pistachio Pudding.

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After I stamped around each five or six times, I stamped around the centers again 6 times with the Coastal Cabana ink.  The two layers are a little offset, so the color underneath shows between the petals like leaves.

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Finishing Touches—I finished the piece by stamping the sentiment in Basic Gray, then matting it on a 3-1/8" x 4-3/8" piece of Basic Black card stock.  That layer is popped up with Dimensionals on the card front. 

I punched a Bitty Butterfly from the Pistachio Pudding card stock and adhered it to the card with a Glue Dot.  It's accented with Rhinestone Jewels.

Work of art daisies - cantaloupe   

Two Cool—My second card the same basic elements on a horizontal card.  This time, I used Sahara Sand for the leaves & butterfly, and Crisp Cantaloupe for the flower petals & background.

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I was totally impressed by how super-quick this card is to create! 

Which color combination do you like best?  My class overwhelmingly chose the Crisp Cantaloupe version as the favorite.

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