Sunday, February 8, 2015

Gerber daisy hello card

Hi everyone! I have a fun card to share today using one of the older shapes, the Curved Rectangles and one of the Create-a-Flower dies, the Gerber Daisy.  
With this flower, there are 3 sizes of the petals: large, medium and small.
To make each layer you will need 8 petals.
I wanted my flower more full, so I cut each size two times.  You can see the cuts below.  One good thing about the petal die is there are 2 of each petal size on it, so you will need to run it through 4 times, make sense?
Next you tuck the point of each label into the slot of the "layer forming disc" and then glue it down.
I added some stickles to some of the petals and sentiment and added some chino colored pearls as accents.  I embossed the flower panel with the Graduated Dots folder (I used side A).  This is a cool Grand sized folder, you will notice the dots get smaller in size as you go down.  The reverse side is also cool, check it out.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!  Here's a close up picture.
Card Deets:   
Spellbinders Dies:
IN-037 Celebration Two, S2-066 Create-a-Gerber Daisy Shapeabilities®; S5-006 Curved Rectangles Nestabilities®; EG-001 Graduated Dots M-bossabilities folder
Other Supplies: White and kraft cardstock; ; Kaisercraft, hot pink rhinestones
Adhesive: Tombow USA Mono Multi liquid glue; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Foam Squares  

NOTE: You can also find Spellbinders dies at the The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.


  1. What a gorgeous flower and gorgeous card.

  2. Lovely card. Love that embossing folder and the gerber daisy, although it does take a bit of cutting to make one, but so pretty when put together.

  3. So pretty! I can't believe you put all those petals together. It looks amazing!

  4. Hi Michelle, yet another beautiful card. I love the gerber and the colours you have used looks very classy.

  5. What a gorgeous card, love the daisy.

  6. What a gorgeous card, love the daisy.