Here is another card I made to thank people for my birthday presents. It uses the Stitched All Around stamp set and matching dies called Stitched Labels again (if you didn’t see my previous card using this bundle, you can check it out here). I also used the stamp set called Daisy Lane for the wreath made out of the flowers.
To make this card, I first used my wreath builder stencil and the flower from the stamp set called Daisy Lane. I stamped it numerous times in a circle using Crushed Curry Ink. Then I stamped the thank you sentiment in Mossy Meadow ink and cut it out using the coordinating die from Stitched Labels. I backed this with a circle I punched out using the 1 3/4″ Circle Punch and Mossy Meadow cardstock and adhered it to the center of the flower wreath.
After that I masked off a stamp from Flourishing Phrases so that I would only ink up the words “so very much”. A lot of people cut their stamps so they don’t have to mask them. Honestly, this would give me hives. It is so easy to mask off a section of a stamp using Washi Tape or something similar. You just place the tape over the words you don’t want to use, ink the stamp, pull off the tape and stamp it onto a piece of paper. Only the words that on ink will show. Then I cut it out using the Classic Label Punch.
On a side note: Happy Birthday, Peter. We are looking forward to seeing you soon!!
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You’re so funny! I love this card. I never thought about making a wreath with the daisy. Off to CASE!
Susan, this is sooooooo beautiful and what a spectacular idea. It’s like that daisy was meant to be a wreath!!
What a beautiful wreath! Do you remember making daisy chains? Such fun in our youth. Wonderful card as always, Susan!