I must confess I have never been so thrilled in a long time with a stamp as I am with this big daisy background from Cornish Heritage Farms. This time I inked the stamp up with Versamark ink and added white embossing powder and heat set it. Then I took my Color Bursts shades of purple and blue and added the color with a paint brush. I like the look of this as well.
By using white embossing powder I think it looks more like a white daisy. I mounted this onto a white card base and my last step was to add the die cut sentiment which is from a combo die and stamp set from Hero Arts called Prayers. The hearts and inside sentiment are also from that same set of stamps.
I hope you did not get too bored seeing more of this daisy. And I have more plans of using that stamp again and again, so be aware it will return often. Don't say you weren't warned now. LOL
I also discovered I have a smaller version of the same stamp which I might have to use again. I had made a lot of thank you cards for one of my daughter's weddings so that one at least has gotten inky. I found an old photo I had taken of the design so an sharing it with you too!
Well, that is it for me this weekend. I am hoping we get some rain as we are so very dry in our part of the state. So please keep your fingers crossed and your hands folded that we do. Have a great Sunday!
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