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Watch this video https://youtu.be/quxqv6wJRic to see how to create Delightful Daisy flowers.
Instructions: Create 6" x 6" card base using white card stock. Locate the denim blue background paper as shown, trim slightly smaller than card base. Ink all edges using a light brown colored ink. Adhere to card base. Locate the square fence scene card panel within the collection, trim slightly smaller than blue background mat, ink all edges using a light brown color ink and then die cut circle window using the second largest Spellbinders die as shown. Adhere panel to card base using 3D pop dots. Take leftover circle die cut that you just removed from the card panel, and die cut using the die the next size down. Using the green side, ink all around the edge using a light brown color. Using a black ink, stamp the first two words of the sentiment onto the circle die cut, wipe stamp clean and then finish stamping rest of sentiment. Stamp dog prints onto sentiment piece using a brown ink and adhere to card.
Using black ink and white card stock, stamp one inking of the puppy in tub image and one inking of both the daisies and each size daisy leaf. Color puppy image using markers. Shape slightly using flower shaping tools and adhere to card as shown using pop dots. Using a sponge dauber, apply yellow ink to flower centers and green ink to the leaves. Die cut using coordinating dies. Shape flowers and leaves using flower shaping tools. Assemble one large double daisy and two small double daisies. Adhere to card as shown. Trim leaves in half and apply around flowers as needed. Apply Glossy Accents to bubbles in tub and to puppy's nose. Add Stickles to tips of daisy petals.
Created By: Tracey Fehr