Monday, May 12, 2014

Oopsie Daisy - Day 3

Welcome! I'm back to share more projects with you using my new set, Oopsie Daisy! Today I'm using those fun petals again to create my flowered note cards. Let's jump right in...

**All of the new products will be available starting May 15th at 10pm EST on the Papertrey Ink website.**

To start, I stamped lines, from Journaling Lines, on the front of the cards. Next, I added a strip of Aqua Mist card stock and stamped my sentiment, from Think Big Favorites #3, above it. My flower stems were stamped in Simply Chartreuse.

I die cut 2 large solid flowers and 2 small solid flowers out of Stampers Select White card stock. All of my individual flower petals were die cut out of Summer Sunrise, Aqua Mist, Simply Chartreuse and Melon Berry and then stamped using the patterned petals in the Oopsie Daisy stamp set.

After stamping each one I started adhering them to my solid white flowers. There are multiple ways you could use these petals....
  1. Adhere the die cut petals inside the solid die cut flower - like I did today
  2. Stamp the petals inside the solid flower die cut.
  3. Attach the die cut petals directly to your card without using the solid die cut flower as your base. 
  4. Stamp each of the petals directly to your card stock.

To complete each of my flowers, I used the 2 circles in the die collection to stamp my flower centers and then adhered them to the centers of my flowers.

Keeping it short and sweet for today. I'll have a few more projects for you tomorrow...I look forward to sharing them with you then. Here are a few more stops for you to check out while you're enjoying your morning coffee...

Enjoy your Monday!

STAMPS: Oopsie Daisy (available May 15th), Think Big Favorites #3, Journaling Lines
CARD-STOCK: Stampers Select White, Summer Sunrise, Aqua Mist, Simply Chartreuse, Melon Berry
Summer Sunrise, Aqua Mist, Simply Chartreuse, Melon Berry, Smokey Shadow
TOOLS: Oopsie Daisy die collection (available May 15th)


  1. Love the 60's feel of this new set Oopsie Daisy Melissa! Reminds me of mini skirts and Gogo boots! Beautiful, bright and fun projects. (Btw, Nichole's link to your blog has not been the correct one this release...)

  2. So cute. Love the stamp set.

  3. You get me everyday with your colour schemes--love this set more and more each day!

  4. Your card is so beautiful. I like how the little flower barely hangs over the edge and has dots for the stem. The journaling lines are fantastic in this card as the background.

  5. You make using this stamp look so easy and fun and get fabulous results,

  6. What a great friendship card. It's certain to brighten any recipient's day...