Black-eyed Susans are blooming all around here right now, and they always make me smile when I see them. I knew that I could duplicate them using the Daisy Lane stamp set, coordinating Medium Daisy Punch, and Perennial Essence Floral Centers, so this was one of the cards we made in Saturday's Stamp Club.
Start by dyeing the fuzzy flower centers with an Early Espresso ink pad. Grab the adhesive dimensional on the back side with tweezers and press the fuzzy side onto the ink pad several times to get the coverage you want. Set aside to dry, or dry with a Heat Tool on the low setting.
Stamp four of the medium daisies in Daffodil Delight ink on Daffodil Delight cardstock and punch them out with the Medium Daisy Punch. Glue one daisy over the other, offsetting the petals, so that you have two complete daisies. Stamp the daisy stem twice on the DSP using Mossy Meadow ink, and color with a Light Mossy Meadow Stampin' Blend marker.
Stamp the greeting in Early Espresso, adhere the DSP to the card base and glue the daisies on. Add the fuzzy centers, and a few Noble Peacock Rhinestones, and you're done!
REMINDER - I am having a special this month for anyone who orders the Daisy Lane stamp set OR the Daisy Lane Bundle. Place your order before June 30th, and use the host code NYGAAWEK to receive a pack of Perennial Essence Floral Centers from me! If your order is $150 or more don't use the host code because you will get Stampin' Rewards AND still receive the floral centers from me!