Thank you for joining us for this wonderful “By Royal Appointment Guest Blog” post. This is something we do every Monday and each week we will welcome a different designer from our amazing team, the Royal Stampers.
So this week our guest designers are Barry & Jay from Mitosu Crafts. A huge thank you to them for this project. All the details can be found below which will also link to Mitosu Crafts website so you can look at other beautiful creations made by them. If you would like to purchase any of the Stampin’ Up! items used for this project, click on the product photos below. You will be taken to my Online Shop where you can find more information and order craft products 24/7. Enjoy the amazing creativity from the wonderful Barry & Jay and if you have any questions, please drop me a message.
Hello and thank you for joining us. Today we’re sharing with you our Daisy Lane Card Ideas using the beautiful Daisy lane Stamp Set and some of the projects we made in class last week.
As with all of the stamp sets we’ve purchased, we’re really enjoying playing with this new set. It’s so versatile and is great for simple cards for beginners or with some imagination and practice you can create a work of art like below.
What else can you do?
So below you’ll find our Daisy Lane Card Ideas for you to either CASE (copy and share everything) or use as inspiration for your future projects. We both hope you enjoy these projects, we know our ladies in class had fun creating them. Enjoy
Use the Sponge Daubers the create this 2-tone effect. Stamp the leaf in Granny Apple Green and using the Sponge Daubers carefully apply Shaded Spruce ink to the centre of the leaf. Just remember to start with your lightest colour and then move to the dark to be sure you don’t get any colour contamination
Use Aqua Painters to pull out the colour from the centre of the daisy and add interest to the background by using the other stamps in the set in a lighter colour.
This has to be one of our favourite cards and it’s been one we’ve wanted to do for a while in class. It’s a card aimed at the avid crafter as you need several tools to recreate it, But it’s worth it, don’t you think? However, we would love to take full credit for this card but it’s actually been cased from a fellow demonstrator Lou Kitzelman in Australia. Thank you Lou for this wonderful idea.