Saturday, September 22, 2018

Daisies Die Cut Card by Melinda

Happy Saturday crafty friends!
I hope your weekend is off to a great start and you are getting some crafty time in! Today I am sharing a pretty card I created.
daisy die cut card melinda beltran

Here’s a look at my completed card. I began with a Kraft Cardstock base. It is an A2 size and top folding. Next I added a mat from some Bazzill cardstock in a pretty peachy pink tone. I used my Chestnut Roan Cat’s Eye Chalk Ink to ink the edges of all my mats to give them a slight vintagey look.

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The focal point of my card is this pretty Daisy Die from Cheapo Dies. I started by cutting it out of some plain white cardstock. I then proceeded to color it with my various Copic Markers. I kind of messed up the stem and ended up going with some darker greens to cover them up…lol! Once I finished coloring it, I added some Fruit Punch Stickles to the centers of the main blooms. I cut a couple of mats from some pretty Prima Marketing paper I had in my stash.

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I then layered my smaller mat onto a scallop rectangle stitched die and then mounted my die cut onto that. In this photo you can see that I used my  Nuvo Jewel Drops and some pretty Sequins to add some bells and whistles.

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I then added a sentiment and inked the edges with my Chestnut Roan to really give it a distressed look and so the white wouldn’t be so stark.

DIES R US Supplies
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tutti scallop stitched rectangle die set

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Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!

3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!
    Have a great day!
    Marilyn❤

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  2. Your card is stunning today. Wonderful colors and I like the offset of the pieces. Very nicely done Melinda.

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  3. What a beautiful card. I want to work on one like it. Thank you for sharing.

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