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Quick & Easy Card Ideas

Hello Friends,

Looking for quick and easy card ideas?  Here are a few card ideas using the Free Flowering Foils Designer Paper (Sale-a-Bration 2020) and myDaisy Punches.

Flowering Foils Paper Stampin' Up!

What's not to love about the gorgeous Flowering Foils Paper by Stampin' Up!.  First, it's free with a qualifying purchase during Sale-a-bration 2020.  Though time is running out to scoop up this free paper.  Sale-a-bration ends next week, March 31.

Plus, it's beautiful and has so many possible uses.  Today, I tried washing my paper with my aqua painter and Coastal Cabana ink.  Then, I tried applying the same ink with a sponge.  I liked the second method much better.  It was quicker and easier with beautiful results.  Either way, I love the way the foil resists the ink!

Daisy Punches Stampin' Up!

Here are two super simple card ideas using my inked paper.  For the card on the left, I cut a Coastal Cabana mat with my Layering Squares dies, then I topped it with a 2-3/4" square of my Flowering Foil paper.  According to my calculations, I could net 12 cards from a single sheet of paper using this method.

For the card on the right, I simply cut a 4" square of Coastal Cabana card stock to use as a mat, then I topped it with a 3-3/4" square of Flowering Foils Designer Paper.  Using this design, you will net 9 cards from a single sheet of paper.

Daisy Lane Stampin' Up!

I inked both the large and the medium daisies from the Daisy Lane stamp set with Soft Suede ink, then punched them out with my Daisy Punches.  If you want to add a little dimension, you can curl the petals slightly with your bone folder.

Handmade Daisy Cards

Which of these quick and easy cards do you like best? 




Have a fabulous day,


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