Daisy Squidgy

It has been a few days since I have shared a card.  It is getting close to my busy “birthday” season for my family…June, July, and August are BIG months for birthdays.  I was asked to make four cards recently for a fundraiser for the mother of a friend who is battling cancer.  This is the first of the four cards I made for the silent auction.

Daisy Squidgy by Stamping Bella is a cutie.  She can be used for so many different cards.  I choose to make a birthday card using her.

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I used my Copics to color her and have listed the colors I used at the bottom of this post.

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I used the matching die to cut her out and also cut some fun foam using the same die so that I could pop her up.  I added some glossy accents to the center of the flower to give it some shine.

I used a simple oval to cut some patterned paper, and then a simple rectangle out of some other paper I had on had.  I mounted them on a piece of light blue card stock.

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I cut out the Happy Birthday using a die from Simon Says Stamp.  Before I cut it out, I added some double sided tape to the back of my card stock to make it easier to attach to the front of my card.  I then ran the card stock through my Big Shot to cut out the Happy Birthday.  I left the cut out words in the die, and using my embossing pad, ran it through my Big Shot to adhere it to the card stock.  Once I did that, I simply removed the die and the cut out Happy Birthday was adhered to the front of my card.  This was something I had seen Pam Sparks do many times and it looked so easy!  And it was easy!

To finish my card, I added some Dazzling Blue Nuvo Crystal Drops.

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Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Crafting!


Copics used:  E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20, E29, E27, E25, E23, E21, YG00, YG23, YG17, G29, Y02, Y15, Y17, E15, C00, C2, BV31, BG000, BG01, BG05, BG09, RV69, RV66, RV63

About Nancee56

I have been a crafter for many years. Knitting, crocheting, and paper crafting are my passion. I love to make handmade gifts and cards and spread a little cheer.

12 Responses

  1. OH this all kinds of lovely. I love the info on the technique used for the Happy Birthday, it gives a nice embossed look to the front! The shading on here is amazing, Such a cute card! Are most of your stamps from Stamping Bella? I think I need to check them out you make them look so cute!

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