Stampin’ Up! Cheerful Daisies

This card is meant to be sent for a birthday. It uses the Stampin' Up! set Cheerful Daisies.

I spent some time cleaning up the yard over the weekend. I noticed my daisies and a few other plants are coming up. Sadly the ski resort closed on Monday. That means we will get dumped on with a snowstorm. We usually have our biggest storms in April and May. Luckily daisies are resilient.


  • Garden Green Card Stock: 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” & 4 1/8” x 5 3/8”
  • Crushed Curry Card Stock:  3 ¼” x 3 ½”
  • Basic White Card Stock: scrap piece for die cutting
  • DSP: 1” x 3”, 3 of these
  • Linen thread:  32” in length


  1. Score garden green card base at 4 ¼”.  Fold in half.
  2. Run garden green piece through the stampin’ cut & emboss machine.  Wrap the linen thread around the embossed layer and secure it with seal adhesive. Then, attach it to the front of the card base with glue. 
  3. On a scrap white piece, stamp greeting in early espresso ink. Die cut with the label from cheerful daisies dies.
  4. Attach the three strips of fresh as a daisy designer series paper to the crushed curry piece leaving space between each as shown in picture.
  5. Add the sentiment to the crushed curry piece using dimensionals.
  6. Add crushed curry layer to the base card using dimensionals.
  7. Add two brushed butterflies to the card.

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