Daisy Delight is one stamp set I can’t get enough of. In fact, the entire Delightful Daisy product suite has many favorite items in it! This is one of the first suites of products I bought from the new catalog and it continues to be my favorite.
The stamped design was created using watercolor paper and watercolor pencils. For the background, I just blotted on some Tranquil Tide ink and then sprayed the watercolor paper with water using a Stampin’ Spritzer. Then I died the paper with a heat tool to dry it faster. The image was stamped on the watercolor background using Tranquil Tide and then colored in with a Watercolor Pencil and Blender Pen. A little of the new Copper Trim tied around the stamped image was the finishing touch.
TheDSP I used in this card is my favorite from the Delightful Daisy DSP. Three are so many beautiful papers in this set of DSP and you get such a wide range of colors and designs. It really should be on your wish list! Click On the Image below to see the DSP in detail.
See more of this beautiful suite of products by clicking on the image below. The colors in the DSP are a perfect complement to Night of Navy, Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight, Pool Party and Tranquil Tide.
I made another version of the card, but decided I did like it as well as the one above for my blog feature card. But it kept sitting on my desk and I liked it better and better. This one started out as a similar idea, but I used a splatter stamp and hanged the background color. The flower also needed some ops, so I stamped it again on another piece of paper and layered it using a dimensional.
Version 1 Card Papers: Tranquil Tide, Calypso Coral, Watercolor Paper,
Version 2 Card Papers: Old Olive, Calypso Coral, Watercolor Paper
Stamps: Daisy Delight
Tools: Watercolor Pencils, Blender Pens
Embellishments: 1/4″ Copper Trim