Daffodil Daydream Customer Appreciation Card


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April Customer Appreciation Card

My April customers (using the current host code) will receive this card as my "thank you."  Don't worry, I also included the directions below. 

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Daffodil Daydream and dies
Pansy Patch
Stitched So Sweetly dies


Old Olive 
Gorgeous Grape
DSP of your choice
So Saffron
Basic White

Brushed Brass Butterflies
Wink of Stella
Gingham Ribbon

  • Cut the Old Olive to 4¼" x 7", scored at 1½". Cut another piece of Old Olive 4¼" x 1½".

  • Cut two pieces of the DSP (patterned paper) to 4" x 1¼".  Adhere to the top of the cardfront and the additional piece of Old Olive.

  • Use the largest scalloped rectangle to cut the Basic White cardstock.  Stamp the daffodil bouquet using Memento Black ink onto the diecut. Stamp the single daffodil in Black ink onto a scrap piece of Basic White.

Did you see my stray black line?? It's okay, you won't see it.

  • Use the die to cut out the single daffodil.

  • Use Stampin' Blends in Daffodil Delight and Granny Apple Green to color the flowers.

  • Cut the Gorgeous Grape to 3¼" x 4¼". Adhere the scalloped rectangle to it in the center. Then place glue tape at the top and bottom only.

  • Place the smaller Olive Green piece aligned with the bottom of the card.  Then adhere the  Gorgeous Grape piece to catch the top and bottom pieces, making a bridge.

  • Use dimensionals to add the single daffodil. 

  • Add the bow with a glue dot.
  • Use the smallest scalloped rectangle to cut the So Saffron. Then stamp your sentiment in Memento Black. Adhere with dimensionals.

  • Add Brushed Brass Butterflies and add Wink of Stella to your single daffodil.
  • Cut Basic White to 2⅞" x 5".  Stamp the small butterfly in Gorgeous Grape as shown and adhere to the inside of the card (should not be visible when the card is closed.)  Also stamp your envelope - THERE ARE NO NAKED ENVELOPES!!

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