Yogi here today with using one of the newest digital files created by Suzanne "Daisy Rosettes" available on the Silhouette onLine store. Just because it says daisy doesn't mean it has to stay a daisy... Since I painted mine a bright yellow it became a "Sunflower" BIG GRIN
I'm also using the "Sunflower" electronic file for the word.
These are what the files look like:
Click on any image to enlarge. Enjoy
I side folded my white card (5.5"w x 4.25"h). Embossed it with Elizabeth Craft Designs "Flower Mosaic" embossing folder.
eCut the Daisy Rosettes leaving the same size as the file,and cut from white cardstock, then used a Distress acrylic dauber "Mustard Seed" to color the petals and the larger circle while still on my mat. I just swiped my dauber across the paper without pouncing it. Allowed it to dry for a minute and removed all from mat and folded along the score lines. Adhered the ends together. Applied a good amount of glue to the large painted yellow circle, then pressed the rosette down and held for a minute to allow it to adhered. Placed a flat object on the rosette while it continued to cure.
Colored the smaller circle with a brown marker, applied a bunch of glue and adhered Flower Soft "Nut Brown" all over the circle. Allowed to dry then adhered to sunflower. Adhered flowers to card front.
eCut the "Sunflower" word and also a shadow layer from white cardstock. Painted the top portion with the mustard seed, dried, applied Versamark and embossed with "Yellow" embossing powder.
Painted the shadow layer with Distress "Ground Espresso", dried and adhered both layers together, then on to card front.
On the inside: Stamped the top border of butterflies & the bottom lace border (Darice "JCS172" 8pce set) leaving a space for the ribbon, using Distress "Fossilized Amber" and clear embossed.
Adhered the yellow gauze ribbon.
Dry embossed the words (Sizzix "Butterfly Migration" 4 pce set) on white cardstock, trimmed down, used a corner rounder and hit the high points with "Scattered Straw" direct to paper. Sponged around the edges with a yellow sponge. Adhered to inside.
Cut off some yellow petal flowers from a piece of floral ribbon and adhered on either side of words.