Hey everyone! Happy Thursday! Did you know the Daisy Punch is available? Yep! Finally!! And if this is on your wishlist…don’t wait!! Get it NOW!

So for this card is actually showcasing more than daisies. Check out the “pattern paper” on it. That is actually the new Glossy Cardstock and I created the pattern on it with the “polished stone” technique. So much fun and you’re only limited to imagination on what you create with it! To create this you need a couple of cotton balls, some alcohol, and reinkers. You get the cotton ball wet, not dripping, but wet and then add drops of ink from your reinkers. Then you dab the cotton ball all over the cardstock. If there is puddles of ink left, just dab the clean cotton ball on it to help the cardstock dry. I made this one with Dapper Denim and Lemon Lime Twist. Isn’t it pretty?

After the cardstock was dry I wiped the corner with an Embossing Buddy to eliminate any static, then I stamped the “you more” with Versamark Ink and added some white embossing powder and hit it with the heat gun. I stamped 3 daisies each in Dapper Denim and Lemon Lime Twist, punched them out and glued them together with some mini glue dots. I added a dimensional under each and adhered them to the card. Of course I had to ad some bling to them, so I added the new Clear Faceted Gems to each. I used the Sunshine Framelits to cut out “love” in Whisper White and add some of the new mini dimensionals to pop it up. I then added a piece of Lemon Lime Twist cardstock and adhered both of these to a Dapper Denim card base. Isn’t it just the cutest card?!?

Like I said earlier, don’t wait to get this daisy bundle. You never know how fast it might sell out. You can go here to place your order. When you use Hostess Code 93HEHUC2 and place a $40.00 or more order, I’ll send you a package of handmade cards and the packet of cut cardstock to create this card.

Remember today is the last day to leave a comment on my blog post with the Crafting Forever post to enter a chance to win the stamp set. I’ll be picking the winner tomorrow. Have a great evening and thanks for stopping by!

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