Hello crafty friends! I have some cute mini cards to share with you today using products from the latest Papertrey Ink Release. All product links are listed below.
- Into the Blooms: Gerber Daisies
- Love to Layer: Lovely Bracket Die
- Inside Greetings: Family Mini Stamp Set
- Tuck It Sentiments Stamp Set
I used the gorgeous new Into the Blooms: Gerber Daisies Dies to create some beautiful, bold blooms to be the center of attention. I used a variety of each color genre for each flower to create some contrasting layers.
For each flower, I die cut three different sized blooms and adhered them together with some liquid adhesive after propping up the petals to add some dimension. I used the new Love to Layer: Lovely Bracket Dies to die cut my card bases as well as their layering pieces. Check out my quick video below to see the process.
For my sentiments, I used the Tuck It Sentiments Stamp Set for the outside of my card and the Inside Greetings: Family Mini Stamp Set for the inside.
You can check out the entire new Papertrey Ink Release HERE.
I hope you enjoyed my cards today! Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by! If you liked these cards and want some more crafty inspiration, please feel free to check out my INSTAGRAM feed! Wishing you all a lovely day!
These make me smile really big. Wonderful cards! Great clip on how you made them, too. Thanks so much, Rachel!
Thank you so very much, Jeanne! They were a lot of fun and super easy to make! ☺️
I like these small, easy, quick!
Thank you kindly, Darlene! 🥰
Gerber daisies were my mother-in-laws favorite flowers. I still make sure to put some in the urn at their grave site. Lovely colors and they make the sweetest little cards. Nicely done!
Aww, that’s so sweet of you to do that.❤️ Thank you so much for your sweet comments, my friend!
Those are really cute!
Thank you, Cindy! They are super easy to make! 💖
Can you explain to me how the leaf dies work? Are the veins supposed to cut through the actual leaf? Mine did so I wasn’t sure if I am doing something wrong. Thanks.
Hi Rachel! Yes, the veins do cut through the center portion of the leaf. If you position the veins die right along the score lines from the first die cut of the leaf, they will cut through the lines but shouldn’t cut through the sides of the leaf. If you find that they are cutting apart the sides of the leaf, you may need to position them a little bit differently. I hope that helps! Feel free to message me if you have any other questions. ☺️