Shady Daisy Thank You Card

Shady Daisy Thank You Card

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This very simple, monochromatic thank you note features the Shady Daisy Backgrounder stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms.  I think this stamp is so pretty and chose to add very little to it besides a greeting, but I’ve also seen it done in multiple colors and with added layers and embellishments which was also very nice.  I first saw (and fell in love with!) this stamp HERE on Verna’s blog where she posted several cards she had made with it.  (Thanks for the inspiration, Verna!)

I stamped the image on white card stock using Gina K Designs Peach Bellini ink.  It is a large stamp with lots of rubber so I used my MISTI which allowed me to stamp it several times to get a dark, complete image.  Then I stamped and embossed the greeting with a stamp from the “Think Big Favorites #5” set by Papertrey Ink using Versamark ink and Recollections Snow embossing powder. This panel was then mounted on a white card base.

I made boxed sets containing multiple copies of this card.  The MISTI made it easy to duplicate this design.


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6 thoughts on “Shady Daisy Thank You Card

  1. Hi there Lisa! When I saw this I recognized it from Verna’s blog. I think it is a great stamp sett too and I love how simply it makes a beautiful card like the ones that you did here.


  2. I love it in those colors and I am so glad you are liking the stamp. Sorry I was an enabler for you but I don’t think you will go wrong with it. It is a design that would work for many occasions.


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