May 1, 2016

Daisies for Mom



I am really loving this Delicate Daisies die set by Sue Wilson.  It makes the most realistic daisies ever.  So when I saw the Bold Daisy embossing folder by Darice, I knew I had to pair the two together for a Mother's Day card.

The center panel of the card is made by coloring Copic markers to the back side of a piece of acetate for a stained glass look.  I wanted to try to get even more light through my card so I also cut out a window through the top of the card base.  This is what the inside of the card looks like:


I cut a small daisy and centered it on the stained glass panel which I adhered a piece of lattice to from the Sue Wilson Lattice Window.


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5 comments:

  1. A gorgeous CAS card. The stained glass window panel looks fantastic and is beautifully coloured. It really sets the card off along with the daisy and the embossing folder.

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  2. It looks exactly like stained glass--so beautiful! Love that precious daisy and your daisy texture too! One of my most favorite flowers in my garden! Lovely card!

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  3. This is so beautiful! The stained glass effect really looks amazing peeking through the cut panel. I love the texture of the embossing folder as well!!

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  4. woooo! such a lovely card! I especially like that you used traditional, beautiful shapes and combined them with something more contemporary, like the stained glass down the center! BEAUTIFUL all the way, Ann! hugs, de

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  5. Oh Ann, that is so pretty, so love your stained glass idea and it turned out Fantastic, yes that daisy is so pretty and it goes perfectly with your embossing folder, Beautiful!

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