Make a SUPER cute card using a single flower paper punch!

Isn't this card just SO sweet? It was so easy to make and it's so bright and cheerful and by using one flower paper punch and a few circles I was able to add a ton of texture and dimension.

Start by adhering a panel of the Daffodil Delight Designer Series Paper from the Brights Assortment pack to your card base. I LOVE these assortment packs because you get a sampling of patterns for every color in each family. This makes mixing and matching so easy and you always have a little punch of somethin' somethin' to add to any card.

Then punch 10 daisies using the flower paper punch from Whisper White card stock. If you are like me, you have TONS of scraps so use those up with punches! Punch or die cut five 1/2″ circles from Daffodil Delight, five 3/8″ circles from Whisper White and then two white circles to layer together for the greeting.

Stamp your sentiment in Daffodil Delight onto the smaller layering circle and adhere to its companion. Note: This greeting is from the A Grand Kid stamp set and even though it was intended to use for grandchildren, out of the 11 stamps, only three are grandchild specific. The other eight are AWESOME for all kinds of cards!

Now layer your daisies together, offsetting them so the petals of one fill the spaces of another. Add the circles over the centers and adhere them to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals. Add the greeting layer the same way and guess what? You're DONE!

Isn't it just so adorable? And it's perfect for a cheer-you-up card, a thank you note, a message of congrats – even a birthday card!

Here are all the supplies you will want to pull out to make this project:

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Want to make this card but have to wait for your own flower paper punch to arrive? Pin it to your “AWESOME CARDS” board and save it for when you know exactly who you want to cheer up!