SSS Gerbera Daisy Background Stamp

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Hello hello crafty friends.  Thanks for coming back to another tutorial.  Today I will be sharing how I made this fun daisy card and with a great sentiment, it can really make someone smile.  So lets get started.

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I began by inking up my SSS Gerbera Daisy background stamp with SSS Intense Black ink.  I stamped my image on an Neenah Solar white 80lb A2 size panel approx 2 times making sure the image is completely stamped.

 

I used my copics to color my image.  The flowers I chose R85, R83 and R81.  These copics are out of stock at Simon, but check back frequently as they get things stocked pretty quickly.  The leaves I used YG67, YG17 and YG03.  I used B21 to color in the white areas.

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Once I was done coloring my image, I used CZ Design Clean Line Faith stamp set and coordinating die for my sentiment.  I used SSS Cornflower cardstock (another obsession of mine) and used white embossing for the sentiment.

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I trimmed down my panel to clean up the image and so that I would have a nice area around my card base.  I adhered it to another trimmed down piece of SSS Cornflower cardstock and then adhered it to my card base.  I added some foam tape to my sentiment and added the other sentiment I stamped in black on top of that.

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That’s it!  A fun card to relax while you color.  Thank you for stopping.  The products I used for this card and where I got them are listed below.  Like I mentioned above, the copics and CZ Design Clean Line Faith stamp and coordinating die set are out of stock, but make sure to check back often.  When I list the items below, I only list the items I get at SSS..if it’s not shown below, I got them elsewhere.  I will let you know the product name though.  All you have to do with the image is click on it and go shopping.  I hope to see you next time.

 

 

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