Hello Hello Daisies!
Lisa here doing a walk through of the cards I shared the other day in the Cocoa Daisy Fans group. These are so easy and fun to make and I hope that it inspires you to find ways to use up your extras in the kits.
I love using dies and when I saw this rainbow die from The Stamp Market I knew it would be perfect to pair with my Cocoa Daisy papers from April to achieve these cute rainbow cards. I ended up making two of them with left over paper and I love the way they turned out!
The first one I added a few of the extra die cuts from a couple of the kits and the sun sticker from the planner sticker kit. I just adore this one!
The next one is basically the same using the rainbow scraps I cut out from the die and I used a flower die cut from the kit along with a die cut from one of the Memory kits as a sentiment. This card will definitely put a smile on someones face 🙂
Next up is a card that uses everything from various kits. On a white card background I adhered one of the pocket cards that had the clouds onto the white card. All I did next was layer a large hot air balloon die cut and two various hot air balloon stickers of different sizes from the sticker kits so that they looked like they are farther away. Next I used one of the labels and layered a sticker over it to give it some depth and that’s it! Easy peasy and it was so fun to do!
Last but not least is one of my favorites!
I used the circle cut out die from The Stamp Market and this particular die is fun because of all the possibilities! I used the die and cut one from white card stock and used three of the Cocoa Daisy papers from the kits and used the die to cut them out. You then adhere the patterned paper cuts into the circles that they fit into like a puzzle. It’s so fun and therapeutic! I used a white tulip die cut also from the stamp market to add to the front and then a sentiment die from one of the Memory kits to finish it off. It’s so bright and cheery and I can’t wait to send it off to brighten someones day!
Hope you enjoy and I did a short little video that I walked you briefly through each one 🙂