To begin, I stamped and gold heat embossed the Painted Daisies stamp, then colored it in using the layering stencils. For the blooms, I chose a bright combination of Raspberry Bliss and Sweet Mustard, and for the leaves, I went with a more unconventional Sapphire (blue leaves are my favorite!) Once complete, I die cut it with the coordinating die.
Next, I created the frame using the Nested Hexagon dies, applied double-sided adhesive on the back, and adhered the die-cut florals, trimming off the excess. For the background, I kept it simple by die cutting an A2-sized card panel with the Hexagon Tiles cover plate, then adhered the frame on top using foam adhesive.
To finish, I added jewels to the center of the daisies for a little extra sparkle, then mounted the panel onto an A2-sized, top-folding card base. Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed reading more about this project and are inspired to create!