The new Daisy Delight stamp set and coordinating products are just perfect for Project Life wedding pages! The beautiful floral patterns are just beautiful and lend an elegant touch for documenting wedding memories.
My sister-in-law got married last fall and we were blessed to share in her happy day. So when I saw the new Stampin Up Daisy Delight product suite I knew it would be perfect to use to document the happy occasion.
The Daisy Delight suite is in the new 2017-2018 Stampin Up annual catalog. (Don’t have the new catalog yet? Get yours here!) You can get that stamp set and any of the other fun new products on June 1st.
Products used in this Project Life Wedding Page:
**** The new products denoted by an asterisk will be available for purchase after June 1, 2017.****
For the title card for this Project Life wedding page, I used some of the pretty floral paper from the Delightful Daisy designer series paper pack. I stamped the daisy and leaf images from the Delightful Daisy stamp set and then cut them out. Stampin Up has a new daisy punch that makes quick work of cutting out those daisies! I embellished the flower with a gold faceted gem.
Quick Tip: Want to remove part of an image? Apply washi tape over the part of the stamp that you don’t want to include. Ink it up, then remove the washi tape.
The sentiment comes from the Colorful Seasons stamp set. The phrase is actually “May all your tomorrows be as happy as today.” I used washi tape to mask the word “your” when I was inking it up. I then removed the washi tape and stamped. So the finished image didn’t have the word “your” in it. I thought it worked better that way for a scrapbook page.
I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits die set to cut out the sentiment. I mounted it on a Night of Navy die cut circle and then put that on a doily.
For the filler and journaling cards, I again used the Daisy Delight stamp set and embellished them with more gold faceted gems. I love those! They are so perfect for using as flower centers.
The doily was a bit too big to use on the filler card, so I cut the side of it off and just used part of it. The rest of the doily I saved so I can use it on another project.
To break up some of the dark space in the picture of my sister-in-law goofing off with my son and youngest daughter, I stamped the “You make me smile” sentiment and cut it out with my stitched oval die. I added it directly to the photo.
The picture on the lower right corner was a little dark so I mounted it on Whisper White cardstock before adding it to the 4×6 card I cut from the Delightful Daisy designer series paper.
Pin this Delightful Daisy Project Life page for later:
I was so pleased with how this Project Life wedding layout turned out. I love the colors and pretty floral print of that designer series paper. So beautiful! So tell me… are you doing any scrapbooking right now? What are you working on? Be sure to leave me a comment below. I would love to hear from you!