March 28, 2007

Product Review – Daisy D’s Diecuts

Posted in cards, Companies We Love, Email Us, ideas, projects, Reviews, samples, scrapbooking at 6:45 am by scrapbookdesigns

We recently received an extensive array of the Daisy D’s diecut range, here are some photos representing the designs we have https://scrapbookdesigns.wordpress.com/2007/03/07/yumdaisy-ds-papers-and-die-cuts/ and below are some pieces we have been playing around with.

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 The die cuts fall away easily from their sheet making these life like accents just perfect for filling blank spaces.  The diecuts are all double sided with both sides just as yummy as each other.  The flowers were especially easy to place under and on top of the photo edges.  The background was dry brushed with Jo Sonjas “mouse” coloured paint and then large foam stamp circles were “messily” placed around the page.  Heat dry with emboss it tool or airdry, then stamp a flourish image with Moonlight White brilliance ink pad randomly.

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Both the above layout and the below card were made under an hour.  The vintage tag on the card was overstamped at the bottom in Brilliance Pearl Rust with a flourish style stamp before attaching all the layers and popping a ribbon through the tag hole!

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