Stampin’ Up! Cheerful Daisies Friendship Card for the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop

It’s Thursday and that means it is time for another Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop! I’m looking forward to seeing the projects that my team members have created for the Hop this week! If you are hopping over from Terry Lynn’s blog…welcome!

I used the beautiful Cheerful Daisies Bundle and the Fresh as a Daisy 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper! I can’t seem to stay away from this Suite of products! I also used some returning and new colors that will be released on May 2 with the 2023-2024 Annual Catalog.

We have a sketch challenge for the Hop today…

I started off with a standard card base in Pretty Peacock cardstock and added a Whild Wheat cardstock mat to the card front. On top of the Wild Wheat mat, I added a strip of Lemon Lolly cardstock that I embossed with the Fern 3D Embossing Folder. Two panels were cut from the Fresh as a Daisy Designer Series Paper measuring 4-1/4″ x 3″ – one panel with a daisy print and one with a Pretty Peacock leaf print. The Pretty Peacock designer series paper panel was adhered over the Lemon Lolly embossed strip and centered from top to bottom and left to right. The second daisy print designer series paper panel was adhered on top at an angle.

I stamped several of the daisy images in Lemon Lolly ink onto Lemon Lolly cardstock. The flower centers were stamped onto Lemon Lolly cardstock using Crushed Curry ink. The coordinating dies were used to cut out the images. I also cut three leaf sprigs from the Pretty Peacock print designer series paper.

Using a blender pen I brushed Crushed Curry ink over the flower petals in spots to enhance the petals and give them a little depth. A Copper Clay Stampin’ Blend was used to darken the bottoms of the flower centers and I used the light shade of a Lemon Lolly Stampin’ Blend to blend out the Copper Clay color. The daisies were adhered to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals. The leaf sprigs along with a piece of Copper Clay Textured Ribbon were tucked in around the daisies.

On the inside panel a daisy was stamped in Lemon Lolly ink and the daisy center was stamped in Crushed Curry ink. The panel was adhered to a Wild Wheat mat and then this unit was adhered to the inside of the card.

The half daisy was stamped onto the envelope front and a piece of coordinating designer series paper was adhered to the envelope flap to finish off the card.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog…I hope you enjoyed my card for the Hop today! You can download, save and print a copy of the pdf tutorial for this card by clicking on the image below.

Back to the Hop…if you’re joining the hop from my blog, be sure to use the navigation links below to see more creativity and inspiration! You can click on the Next button to go to Amy Koenders’ blog and the top of the blog hop list or click on any name in the list below to visit that person’s blog. Enjoy!

Ready to Join the Stampin’ Up! Family?

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Becoming a Demonstrator offers some great benefits:

  • 20%+ Discount on your demonstrator orders
  • Be a part of a fun and supportive team and the Stampin’ Up! community
  • Early access to new catalogs and promotion information
  • Early ordering for new products
  • Be a hobby demonstrator or start a business
  • No pressure to sell products
  • My full support when you join my team

If you have questions about what it means to be a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, feel free to reach out to me…I would love to chat with you! I can tell you that my time with Stampin’ Up! has been wonderful and the Stampin’ Up! community is the absolute best…supportive and fun! You can contact me at

If you’ve already made up your mind and you’re ready to join, click on the image below.

The Last Chance Products Sale is On!

The Last Chance Product Sale ends on May 1! If there are products that you want that are retiring…now is the time to grab them before they are gone for good! You can find links to the Last Chance Product Lists (retiring lists) for the 2022-2023 Annual Catalog and the Jan-Apr 2023 Mini Catalog below. You will see the discount for applicable items noted on the lists. Not all items are discounted. You can access the Excel version or pdf version of the lists. Click on any of the links below to be taken to the Last Chance List for that catalog.

Here are the details for the Last Chance Products:

  • All products are available while supplies last, and there are no purchase limits.
  • The discounted prices will not start on any products until Tuesday, April 4.
  • Stamp Sets are not guaranteed during this promotion and are while supplies last.
  • The Stamparatus and its accessories are part of this Last Chance promotion, but these are only available while supplies last. If there is leftover product at the end of this promotion, the Stamparatus and its accessories will move into the Online Exclusive category.
  • ORDER DEADLINES:  May 1, 2023 at 11:50 PM MT

You can go directly to the Stampin’ Up! Online Store now to check out the Last Chance Products Sale by clicking on the image below.

Happy shopping! If you need any assistance, please feel free to reach out to me!

April Host Code!

Be sure to use my monthly Host Code when placing orders through my Online Store! By using my current Host Code, you will receive a free gift from me valued at $8 when you place an order of $25 or more (before shipping and tax). If you place an order totalling $1 50 or more, don’t use the host code as you will be eligible for Stampin’ Rewards (you will still receive the free gift from me, though!).

The April Host Code is – CFES3YYG. You can also click here to visit my Customer Rewards Page for the current Host Code.

I offer other Customer Rewards programs, too! To learn more about Inky Bee Stamper’s customer rewards programs, visit my Customer Rewards page here.

Products used to create today’s card are included below along with links for each item that will take you to my online store. Item numbers for new, not-yet released items, are included on the project pdf tutorial linked above.

19 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Cheerful Daisies Friendship Card for the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop”

  1. Love, love this card….your video was great. I loved seeing how you added color to the daisies with the blender pen. You are such an artist!!


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