Layered Daisy Steam
- This is a 4 pieces die set that will create a 3 pieces flower.
- The flower assembled measures 2″ x 5- 1/2″ inches.
- To make it you only need to overlap the 2 petal layers and glue the steam behind.
- You can shorten the steam, elongate it, or make flower clusters.
I love the simplicity and the beauty of this die set!
Slimline Daisies Card
You can give a watercolour look to die cuts using Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated inks.
- To do this, all you have to do to die-cut the flowers and the steam out of watercolour paper.
- Then, add one, two or more ink colours over the pieces using large blending brushes.
- Next, place the pieces over your glass mat/craft mat and spray them with water.
- Allow your pieces to dry and then dab them on the inky water that will stay on your work surface.
- Once the pieces are dry, you can apply contrasting inks at the edges using small blending brushes.
- To finish, glue the two petal parts of the flowers together and glue the steam behind ( cut the steam a little bit to make shorter flowers if needed)
- I also die-cut extra steams out of smooth cardstock to add behind the watercoloured one to give stability to the pieces.
I couldn’t resist and I glued some chunky glitter/confetti over the centre of the flowers. I do that a lot!
The Sentiment is from Greeting Mix 1 stamp set by Simon Says Stamp.
To do the stamping I religiously use the Misti. I depend on this stamping tool to do any stamping, it save me time, and paper and it allows me to achieve a nice sharp stamped image.
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