Yesterday I played with some digitals and used one little daisy design and merged three of them together to make one big cluster of daisies. I had to turn some of them around in different directions to make the design and what was an experiment turned out quite well I think. I then printed that merged design out and divided it into four panels. I had intended to use them just as card fronts but when I saw them this morning I decided to use them with a little extra embellishment and layers. Below is the four card panels before I made them into cards. You can see where together they made a huge cluster of flowers.
The daisy design is from Jan's Digtal Pumpkin Blessings set and the Thinkng of You sentiment is from Jan's Wild Blossom's set. The birthday cards sentiment is from the Artsystamper Artsy Sentiments set. I think it is nice when one can use digitals from more then one company to create a design.
And here is the four cards I made this afternoon with those fronts.
I used a stitched rectangle die from Maker's Movement on a couple and on another I used a rounded corner rectangle die from My Favorite Things. The one with the fancy corners uses a die from Cheery Lynn Designs. And the one card I just used the panel as a plain card front to which I added it to a card base. The gems used were from my stash. Oh, and again the green was yellow so I had to add some green color in with marker to make it look like leaves and stems should. The card stock used is all from Gina K. Designs.
I am showing you a card I posted a few weeks ago where I only used one of the daisy clusters. This way you can see what the cluster looked like before I did the merging.
Well that is it for me today. My hubby and I are celebrating our 52nd wedding anniversary today. We exchanged cards and maybe on the weekend we will get a meal to celebrate further. Big celebrations are not on the "to do" list anymore as we are getting older (the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak) and with the still active Covid spread going on it is best not to do too much group gathering.
Everyone take card and thanks for visiting.
God bless, Verna