One of my favorite cardstocks for card bases is from Papertrey Ink, because it's sturdy, strong, and a very good quality. I got a huge variety pack of colors a while back of 8.5x11" (when they were on sale) and cut in half it will give you two A2 card bases. So, that's how I started these card bases.
Next I cut scraps from pattern papers, some the same size as my base or cut in half and mix and match. It's a great way to use up your scraps we all horde. Once you decide, then adhere to the card base.
Added some glitter glue or sequins to make them sparkle, of course. Once dry, fussy cut the daisies out. And adhered to centers of the cards with foam tape.
Have a great summer and be sure to stop and smell the daisies!
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Supplies (Affil): Papertrey Ink Cardstock; Unity Stamp: A Daisy & A Lady; Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Markers; MISTI Tool; Colorbox Chalk Ink; Ranger Stickles glitter glue; Sequins; Versamark clear ink; Ranger embossing powder; Heat Tool; pattern paper scraps; foam tape
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