Stampin' Up!'s Decorate a Daisy along with Summer Smooches
I went crazy insane with the Summer Smooches Patterned Paper this weekend – I made over 20 cards and a ton of custom envelopes using the Summer Smooches paper – and there is still some left!!! I will be sharing those cards throughout the week both here and on my Facebook page. If you are not a fan of my Facebook Page yet, click here and simply click here and then click the ‘Like' button.
My Summer Smooches weekend creating insanity all began with one concept – Get Lost in The Moment! That is it. Simply create and go wherever my creating takes me. I cleared a few hours on my weekend for just me to play and didn't start with any idea of what I wanted to create, just grab whatever strikes me and go to town. It was so much fun! I cranked up the music, put on my favorite stamping outfit (JAMMIES!) and enjoyed the time.
I used the Decorate a Daisy stamp set from Stampin' Up! – is it soon to retire and I adore this sentiment. If you do not have this set, please remember that you have about two weeks left to grab it.
All of the patterned paper used on this card is from the Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper – I just checked a second ago, and this paper is still available – and it is 25% off while supplies last.
Supplies used to create this Decorate a Daisy / Summer Smooches card:
Stamps: Decorate a Daisy
Ink: Real Red
Card Stock: Island Indigo, Whisper White, Real Red
Accessories: Big Shot, Bitty Banners Framelits, Perfect Pennants Die, 3″ Circle Die, 1-3/4″ Circle Punch, 1-3/8″ Circle Punch, 1-1/4″ Circle Punch, Designer Builder Brads, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon (also retiring)
These are the items that I used that are retiring and the links to order them:
***Summer Smooches DSP: 125409
$10.95 25% off!!! $8.21
***Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon: 122974
$9.95 25% off!!! $7.46
I hope that you have enjoyed this card and that you are inspired to go crazy wild with your creating this week. Remember, Stampin' Up!'s Summer Smooches patterned paper and the Decorate a Daisy stamp set will soon retire – they are a fun combo that I encourage you to try out!