This card came together quickly. I stamped the boots in Crushed Curry on a coordinating piece of the Simply Marbelous paper. That idea was genius and came from fellow demonstrator, Patty Bennett. The Tulips were stamped in Melon Mambo and Old Olive. The sentiment was stamped in Melon Mambo and a few of the frosted epoxy dots were added for bling. I used a blending brush with Balmy Blue to add a touch of color to the white piece that was cut out with a stitched rectangle die.
On top of the Melon Mambo card base is a checkered pattern piece that I just love. It came from the Daffodil DSP that was a recent Sale-a-Bration item. Likewise, the Simply Marbelous paper was a Sale-a-Bration paper as well. I hope you were able to get both of those before they disappeared at the end of February.
The Daffodil Daydream bundle is lovely. I have already used the wonderful dies where you get to put your own flower petals together. This time I wanted to just use the simple stamp and color it with the Stampin’ Blends.
I used Daffodil Delight (how fitting!) in both the light and the dark. I also used a touch of Mango Melody. Behind the daffodils I cut a piece of the new layering designs velum to fit within the pierced lines of the scalloped edge die. The velum adds a nice softness to the card. The cute heart paper came from the Daffodil DSP that was part of the recent Sale-a-Bration.
I just love how this card came together! Let me know what you create, if I have inspired you with either of these cards. Happy almost Spring!