Hello Stampin’ Friends ~
Tired of the cold? I’ve got the perfect card to warm you up … bright and colorful highlighting the Daisy Garden Stamp set and the Spotlight Technique! This little cutie will make you yearn for Spring!
*** I love this technique – It’s a great way to add a pop of color to images that one would think needs the entire image to be colored, so it’s quick and easy and still beautiful.
- Parakeet Party: 5 ½” x 8 ½”, scored at 4 ¼”
- Polished Pink: 4” x 5 ¼”
- 2 pieces of Shimmery White: 3 ¾” x 5”
- Stamp the Daisy Garden Stamp on 2 separate pieces of Shimmery White cardstock. (Use the Stamparatus to ensure that you have a nicely stamped dark image. If a part of the image is not stamped nicely on the cardstock, you can re-ink and stamp it again.)
- Use the 3 smallest sizes of the circle dies from the Stylish Shapes Dies cut out pieces from the 2nd stamped Shimmery White cardstock.
- Colour the flowers and leaves that are in the cut-out circles using Stampin’ Blends. (Tip: I used the Light Pool Party Stampin’ Blend to fill all the “white space” on the circles.)
- Use the Wink of Stella Glitter Brush to add shimmer to the flower petals.
- Add a piece of ribbon to the fully stamped Shimmery White cardstock. Take a smaller piece of ribbon and tie a knot on the right hand side of the card.
- Add the Stitched Circles on top of the cardstock using Dimensionals.
- Adhere the Shimmery White cardstock to the Parakeet Party cardstock.
- Add the layers to the card using Stampin’ Seal Adhesive.
- Stamp the greeting from Sweet Songbirds stamp set on a small piece of Shimmery White cardstock using the Polished Pink ink. (I cut the cardstock to the correct size after stamping it)
I hope this card inspires you to try out this technique … it really is quite simple, and can really add a pop of color! What a great way to warm someones day when it’s so cold outside (at least it is where I am) lol
Thanks for joining me today, hope your day is a good one.
Here is a list of supplies used to create this card ….
2 thoughts on “Daisy Garden: Spotlighting Technique”
Wonderful spotlight technique. It’s been awhile since I busted that one out. Will have to again soon!
I agree with you Karen, in fact … I just pulled out the “Technique Book” we made way back when. I’ll be creating with some of the old techniques again, just for fun. FUN FOLDS is the BIG rage now 😉 Thanks for taking time to comments, it is appreciated.