For those playing Blog Bingo, today's Call Space is…..Rue des Fleurs
Hi Everyone! Welcome to a week of Spring Blog Hopping! A group of us demos got together for a fun week of sharing our spring inspired creations. We hope you enjoy the hop and check back daily for a fresh dose of springtime inspiration!
Above is a bunch of Gerber Daisy Easel Cards 🙂 The daisy's color pallet are from the Brights Color Collection (p. 177 in the catalog). Colors used are Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Melon Mambo, and Tempting Turquoise.
The color collections are designed to work together in tones and color intensity. Yesterday's post talked about the Subtles Color Collection and today's features the Brights! I love working with the different color collections… Stampin' UP! makes it so easy for us!
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12" x 12" Smooth Card Stock Brights Assortment 121077. Colors used are Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Melon Mambo, and Tempting Turquoise. Cut 1 each 5" x 10" and 1 each 5" x 5" for the easel card 🙂 Also scrap of each color for flower center.
117155 Brights Collection Patterns Designer Series Paper Pack. Cut 1 each color 5" x 5"
Scrap of Whisper White for sentiment 100730
Ink: Classic Stampin' Spots Brights Collection 119714
Colors used are Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Melon Mambo, and Tempting Turquoise.
Tombo Multipurpose Glue 110755
Stampin' Dimensionals 104430
Big Shot Die Cutting and Embossing Machine 113439
Scallop Circle Bigz Die 113468
Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder 117335
1-3/8" Circle Punch 119860
Scallop Oval 119856
To Make: Fold 5" x 10" to create a 5×5. With Scallop Circle Die, make card base. See my previous posting on how to position to make a hinge. (video)
Fold back top half of card base towards fold.
With Patterns Designer Paper, die cut a scallop circle. With 5×5 cardstock, die cut scallop.
With 1-3/8" circle punch, punch cardstock and run through Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder. With Tombo, glue in center of flower. With scissors, cut inbetween scallops to form gerber blossoms. The center will serve as a guide of where to stop! Put dimensionals on the back of the gerber daily in the center under the flower's center, adhere flower onto card stock scallop. Fluff blossoms. Adhere to folded back card front. Stamp sentiment and punch with scallop oval. Adhere to card base. This will serve as a stopper for the gerber daisy!
Hope you enjoy making the Gerber Daisies and also the hop!
If the above links do not work just right, here's a list of the blog hoppers! Happy Crafting!~Dee
Dee (You are Here) http://createwithdee.typepad.com
Joan (Next) http://joansdailystampede.blogspot.com/
Tamera Gadberry http://www.papercraftingstamper.blogspot.com
Jennifer Kay http://txjennywren.blogspot.com/
Judy Johnson http://scrap-a-doodlestamping.blogspot.com/
Bridgett Owens (Where you might have arrived from) www.stampingwithbridgett.blogspot.com