Daffodil Daydream

Stampin Up Daffodil Daydream

I have a ton of birthdays coming up in the next couple of months so you are going to see a bunch of birthday cards.  I have six birthdays in February and another five or six in March.  The good thing is there are so many great products in all the Stampin’ Up!® catalogs that I can make a ton of cards and each one would be different.

One of my favorite products out right now is the Stitched Greenery die.  It is a large background die that cuts out little designs using stitches.  I decided to use that as the background of this birthday card.  I used it with a  3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ piece of Misty Moonlight card stock.  I layered that on top of a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Just Jade card stock and a Basic White card base.  I cut out a piece of Basic White card stock using the Tailor Made Tags Dies which are in the Stampin’ Up!® 2021/2022 Annual Catalog.  I cut a little piece of 1/8″ Cotton Ribbon in Misty Moonlight and attached it to the top of the tag.

The daffodil was made using the Daffodil Dies.  This die set coordinates with the Daffodil Daydream stamp set (and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a bundle) which is in the 2022 January – June Mini Catalog.  I didn’t use the stamp set on this card. Instead, the sentiment I used comes from the stamp set called Sweet As A Peach.  The colors I used for the flower were Bumble Bee, Daffodil Delight (of course!) and Just Jade for the leaves.  The dies cut out all the different layers of the flowers to make them look more realistic.  I adhered them to the tag using Multipurpose Glue and Dimensionals.  Lastly I colored three Polished Dots using my Misty Moonlight Dark Stampin Blends.



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2 thoughts on “Daffodil Daydream

  1. Susan, this isn’t my favorite type of flower, but you have created a spectacular card. I love the simplicity of it, on that beautiful background


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