This one is 5X7 in real life, the butterfly was done melted pearls and cut out years ago... the daisy was heat embossed on vellum sometime last year and die cut with an scalloped circle die. the Impression Obsession tag stamp was done sometime last year in distress ink and cut out by hand ( they came out with the dies later...) the lace and ric rac are vintage. the su canvas was stamped with stream colored ink on some pale neenah green scrap as a test for this in that color ink for the Easter bunny card from the other day. the edges used an SU hand held punch on it. the dark tealish blue is Bazzill and I wasted the rest of the daylight looking for a whole sheet of this gingham for the mfg. info... no dice. the other side of it looks like stitching and I want to say "oct afternoon" but. who knows how that memory thing is... the vintage victorian ish brad is from Impress. Sentiment's from stampendous. so, there was an use 5 stamps on one project challenge at scs recently and I may end up linking this one to that.
did the blooms a long time ago, left is Karen Lockhart daisy cupcake, the one on the right is 3 images from PSX. the for you is from SU. these are 3 1/2" square in real life.
Unity mega teacup on some old old basic grey with an heat embossed PSX daisy flower on pop dots, the sentiments from the gina k set called make a wish. this one is a-6 in real life. the dot pp is from an 8" pad. but, I don't remember the details.
another 3 1/2" card with an oh mind just went blank for this flowers real name done in daisy colors..., and an Hero Arts sentiment.
This one is A-2 in real life, the embossed scrap is reversed with some yellow stickles in the centers. ribbon is unknown, sentiment is from SU. the white is all Neenah. and the white with gold flecks handmade looking paper is unknown.
the first ones of this batch I actually made, some scrap of K & Co. pp. that I cut into 2 3/4" size to use with these 3" square gift cards, the ribbons and laces are all different. the sentiment was stamped on some Neenah with versafine and an old MM magnetic alphabet. these were die cut with an SU hand held punch. ( intended for the store)