Daisy Thank You

Daisy punch

Create quick and easy flowers with the Daisy Punch! I used this punch and our Needlepoint Nook Designer Series Paper to create the daisies on my card today. This punch has been on and off the backorder list since it debuted last year and it has been THE most popular punch of all time, but it’s currently in stock! 

The products used on my card that are now on the Retiring List and only available while supplies last are:

Our Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets are a wonderful way to get adhesive on the back of words or intricate die pieces. This product is being retired from the catalog and my recommendation is to get it while you can! I used it to adhere “thanks” to my card and I personally find it easier than adding a liquid glue.  It’s available while supplies last or June 3rd, whichever comes first so grab it while you can

All the products I used can be found in the Supply List below.

  • Cut a piece of Berry Burst cardstock that measures 11″ x 4-1/4″.  Score at 5-1/2″ and fold in half.  
  • Cut a piece of Highland Heather that measures 5-1/4″ x 4″.  Attach to the front of the card.
  • Cut a piece of Balmy Blue that measures 5″ x 3-3/4″.  Place it inside the Soflty Falling Embossing Folder and run it through the Big Shot. Place on the front of the card. 
  • Punch out four daisies using the Daisy Punch and Needlepoint Nook Designer Series Paper. To make one flower, stagger two daisies together and place a Stampin’ Dimensional between them.  Place a small amount of Multipurpose Glue to the underside of one daisy, in the middle of the flower, and place it towards the bottom of the card (see photo).  On the other daisy, add a Stampin’ Dimensional in the middle and attach to the front of the card. 
  • Cut two circles using the 1/2″ Circle Punch in Highland Heather and Balmy Blue.  Add a small amount of glue to the back of each circle and attach to the middle of each flower.  
  • Attach a small piece of Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet to Highland Heather cardstock. Place the word “thanks” from the Well Written Dies on top of the Highland Heather cardstock and run it through the Big Shot. Take off the adhesive sheet and place “thanks” on your card. You’re done! 

Thank you for visiting today! If you’d like to place an order, click here.  For more information about the supplies I used, click on the images below. 

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Retiring Products


Big Shot

Paper Pumpkin

Project Kit Thank You

Treat Time stamp set Stampin Up

Before I share today’s card I want to let you know that Stampin’ Up! will be releasing a list of everything that will be retiring from the Occasions and Annual Catalogs this afternoon. Once I have the list, I will post again right here on my blog.  If you receive updates via email when I post to my blog, you won’t be notified until tomorrow (that’s just the way the system is set up) so if you want to see the list as soon as you can, please check back here later today!  (more…)

Happiness Blooms Treat Holders

Jelly Belly Treat Holder

Today’s project is a little treat holder I’ve been including in the thank you packages I’ve been sending out to anyone who places an order with me.  I think it’s fun to receive a sweet treat every now and then! To make the holders, I used our Happiness Blooms Designer Series and wrapped it up with our Whisper White Polka Dot Tulle ribbon.  The sentiment comes from the stamp set Itty Bitty Greetings and it was punched out with the Classic Label Punch.  I placed a Mini Glue Dot at the end of the sentiment and tucked it under the ribbon.  (more…)

Dahlia Fold Flower – Picture Tutorial

Dahlia Fold Flower

I promised a picture tutorial for making a Dahlia Fold flower and today’s the day! Making these flowers is very addictive and so much fun.  I will say that at first, I got a little frustrated folding the tiny pieces but with practice it has turned from frustrating to fun. Practicing with larger circles is the key to getting the technique down.  

You can also watch a step by step video for making these flowers by clicking here

Tomorrow my email subscribers will be receiving a PDF version of the directions for making the flower and the directions for today’s card. If you haven’t signed up yet be sure to do it today so you won’t miss out.  You can find the sign up form on the sidebar of my blog where it says “Keep in Touch.”  (more…)


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