I have been thinking about the new catalog coming soon and at the same time worrying about which of my most loved stamp sets will be retiring.  I want to see the new additions, but hate seeing some of my favorites go away.  So I am bringing out some of them to enjoy.  Here is one of my favorites.


Daisy Delight Bundle, 143669



Yes, I did just use this same stamp set last week.  I can justify it as it is a favorite and super for quick cards.  And who doesn’t love daisies??  Today I paired it with the Color Theory Designer Series Paper Stack. (Another DSP to stock up on!)  I adore this crackle paint look.  It seems like a peeling fence with a daisy peeking out.

I stamped directly on the DSP and then colored with the Stampin’ Blends.  The daisy is stamped and colored with the Stampin’ Blends as well.  I also stamped the sentiment directly on the DSP.  I like the simple look it gives.

Thank you very  much for checking out my post today.  I very much appreciate it.  The supplies I used are listed at the bottom of the post.  I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day!

 Another Paper Pumpkin Special:  The March PP was so popular due to the special gift that it sold out.  So Stampin’ Up! has offered a great deal to replace that.  New Subscribers who sign up before April 10, will receive April and May for half price.  So 2 months for the price of 1.  A great deal.  Use my link HERE, and enter the code: SAVEFIFTY0418

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