A CASE for Daisy Delight Bundle

Since the launch of Stampin’ Up!’s Annual Catalog on June 1, the Daisy punch (and, subsequently, the Daisy Delight Bundle) has been on backorder.  The bundle, which was part of our Demonstrator pre-order, was far more popular than Stampin’ Up! had anticipated, so they had to turn off the product numbers while waiting for more punches to arrive at the warehouse.

YIPPEE!  They are back!  To celebrate the release of this punch and bundle, I made a super-fun card with several of the items in the Daisy Delight to share with you today. Here’s my card:

Daisy Delight, Daisy Punch, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

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  • Making Mrs. Daisy.  I had a lot more fun with this daisy than I anticipated I would.  I stamped the petals and punched them out three times to build a flower filled with beautiful petals.  I inked the image of the petals with Smoky Slate and stamped it off once (lightly on scrap paper) before stamping it onto Whisper White and then punching it out.  I pressed the center of each flower on a piercing mat to invert the middle and then curled the petals back with my bone folder.  After I glued the three flowers together, I added the center (stamped in Daffodil Delight and Smoky Slate and punched with a 3/4″ Circle punch) with two Mini Stampin’ Dimensional.  The flower was mounted on a double-stack of Stampin’ Dimensionals sot I could showcase the curl on the flower petals.Daisy Delight, Daisy Punch, Stampin' Up!, Brian King
  • Inspiration.  To find inspiration for a quick-and-simple card, I didn’t want to Google-search other projects with the Daisy Delight Bundle.  Instead, I searched for projects with a different set that has a similarly large, round shape – the Flurry of Wishes stamp set.  I quickly landed on this gorgeous card by Teri Pocock, a friend of mine in the U.K.  I met Teri on Stampin’ Up!’s Caribbean Cruise Incentive Trip several years ago.  First, how gorgeous is her card?  Second, see how I easily CASE’d her layout while making my card my own?  My card doesn’t have the same elegance as Teri’s, but the inspiration is still there.  You can click on the picture below to read Teri’s post of this card:by Teri Pocock, Stampin' Up!
  • Color Combination.  While this flower can be showcased in many colors, I knew I wanted my first daisy to be white with a yellow center.  Because I stamped the flower in Smoky Slate, I decided to incorporate Smoky Slate on the main panel of the card.  I love this combination – green, yellow and gray are gorgeous!  If you like this combination, too, please save this: Stampin' Up! Color Inspiration: Tranquil Tide, Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight

Stamp Sets:  Daisy Delight  Papers:  Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper, Tranquil Tide, Smoky Slate, Whisper White  Inks:  Smoky Slate, Tranquil Tide, Daffodil Delight, Archival Basic Black  Accessories:  Daisy Punch, 3/4″ Circle Punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals

Daisy Delight, Daisy Punch, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

Now, head on over to my online store and grab you up this awesome bundle!  You won’t regret it!  🙂  If you order this today (and don’t spend more than $150), please add this Host Code to your order: DYPDKTZ6

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  1. Suzie Patt Cullen

    Great card, Brian! I love daisies and am so excited to get the daisy stamp set and punch!
    Happy weekend!

  2. MargaretAnn Hammond

    This card made me smile.

  3. I too love Daisies as one can easily tell if they drive by our cabin in the summer. The front of the porch is all filled in with Daisies! They are delicate looking flowers but are surprisingly sturdy and last quite a while when put into a vase. You have made a gorgeous card with this image and I’m sure the recipient will put this one in a frame and keep it forever. Fabulous job (as always) Brian!

  4. Jennifer Spiller

    Adorable! Love the card and hearing all about the insperation!

  5. Robbye Hamilton

    Gorgeous card Brian

  6. Love this card, Brian. The daisy set has been my favorite since I first saw in the new catty. Love your take on Teri’s beautiful card. Great tip I need to remember. Have a great weekend.

  7. Chris R. from Iowa

    Another smile card! I would not of thought of putting the smokey slate with the tranquil tide but they sure work with the daffodil delight! I love the fullness of the daisy too. Great job as usual!

  8. Oh my friend what a beautiful daisy in white , love love it !!!
    You made me look twice , lol
    Hugs Frenchie

  9. White Daisy’s are always a winner!

  10. Oh Brian! I can always count on you for something that is not only lovely, but is also just a smidge above delightful (triple layered petals, double dimensionals, plus a fun color combination). You are my inspiration! (Someday I want to be just like Brian King when I grow up) <3

  11. Hi Brian!
    I have been waiting for my daisy bundle to come in…i will have so much fun with it. I remember daiseys in my back yard in my childhood home. Great card. By the way…have you done any swaps lately??? (With the public that is)

  12. Love your beautiful card Brian xx

  13. Love the fading on the paper in the background. Blends to beautifully with the daisy!

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