challenge was for demos to organise events to make 10,000 greeting
cards that could be donated to the Ronald McDonald Charity.
challenge was planned for last weekend and the first weekend in
The total number of cards made last weekend totalled a whopping
What happens now for the December weekend hasn’t been announced –
maybe we should be challenged to 20,000 cards for that weekend!
I finished the twenty six 3D swaps I’ve made for the Incentive Trip to
Thailand next weekend.
Now I need to make twenty six cards!
used the Daisy Delight Stamp Set and Daisy Punch for my 3D swaps, and
I’m so in love with these 3D flowers, especially when they’ve been
centre of the flower, I always use the opposite CS to the one used for
That is, if I’ve stamped the flowers on Whisper White CS, I
stamp the centre on the co-ordinating coloured CS, and vice versa.
I often decorated
my flowers with the smaller butterfly.
Yesterday I was chatting with
one of the young ladies in my team, Maire, and she mentioned the You
Move Me Stamp Set.
As Maire was speaking, I was looking at the stamp set in
the catalogue, and I saw there was a two-step stamping butterfly in the
set, and there’s a co-ordinating die in the Move Me Thinlits Dies.
is where the butterflies on today’s card are from, and they have
I dry embossed this top
layer using the stunning Ruffled Dynamic Embossing Folder.
I stamped, punched and
assembled my daisy, and then made three leaves from the Daisy Delight
Stamp Set, using Emerald Envy Ink.
Then I fussy cut the leaves, and adhered
them to the daisy.
I layered it
onto a Flirty Flamingo Scalloped Oval I’d die cut with the Layering Oval
Framelits, scallop die no. 7.
adhered a layer of Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper on a layer of
Whisper White CS across the front of the card.
I glued the daisy on the
card front, and attached the sentiment with Dimensionals.
To finish my card, I adhered a
layer of Whisper White CS inside the card, and stamped the daisy in the
bottom right hand corner.
My plan for today is to make two videos……….find out tomorrow if I achieved it!
I hope you have a great weekend. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.