Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Daisies on My Mind

I remember when I got the Upsy Daisy stamp set from Stampin' UP! I loved it; thought it had so much potential. And I have made quite a few cards with it. The wooden block can testify to that, since it has a variety of colors of oopsy-stains on it. But it has been a while since it's seen ink, until today.

I remember now why I love that stamp set. It is such an easy set to create with and the cards always seem to turn out to my liking.

Here's the inside of my card:

Today is the 93rd day of 2013... and this is my 107th card in the 100 Cards in 100 Days Challenge.

I also decided to enter my card in a few challenges today, just for fun...

Brown Sugar Challenge - Flowers
Shelly's Images - Anything Goes
Creative Corner - Anything Goes
Clearly Inspired - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Image/Sentiment: Stampin' UP! Upsy Daisy
Ink: Dew Drop Brilliance Graphite Black and Thyme
Cardstock: Recollectons Black and Stampin' UP! Barely Banana
Designer Paper: DCWV Everyday Essetials Stack
Embellishments: Spare Parts Brads and Stampin' UP! Gingham Ribbon


April said...

I adore this! I would have never tried stamping the green on the yellow and I love it!

Unknown said...

What a super card.

Love the stamping you have done and i also like how you have done the inside.

Thanks for joining us at Brown Sugar.

Good Luck.

Tracey DT

Melina said...

beautiful! I love the green against the yellow :)

:: BlueInks :: said...

I like how the green looks on the yellow paper. This is a fun set....I don't have this one. Well, maybe I should check! LOL

Sharon said...

Love this card! I have loved this set since the day I bought it. I use it quite a bit myself!!

kiwimeskreations said...

Gorgeous Jeanette - I too have loved this set, even though I don't own it :-).

Blossom Cards said...

thanks for sharing at brown sugar what a lovely card
Rachel DT

Darlene said...

I love this stamp and I love your creation with it. You've inspired me to dig it out and get it inky. If you don't mind, I may CASE your style here as I want to make a card for my dad & this seems to suit him. Thank you for so much inspiration!