How to Make Handmade Cards with The Daisy Bouquet Punch

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Wondering what to do with your extra scraps from the Bee Mine collection? We have the perfect solution for you… make beautiful handmade greeting cards using the Daisy Bouquet Punch! If you don’t have this punch yet, you need to get it! It creates four unique daisy cutout designs (all in just one punch!) that are perfect for handmade birthday cards, Mother’s Day cards, spring greeting cards and more. So… want to see how to make this beautiful card in less than 10 steps? Let’s go!

This card was simple and quick to make. I can think of so many occasions to send this to a friend or family member. I might just have to make a few more to have on hand!

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What You’ll Need to Create This Card: 

How to Create This Card: 

Use the 12-inch Trimmer to cut a piece of Cloud Cardstock to measure 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Then, fold in half to create your card base.

Cut a piece of the peach patterned paper to measure 4″ x 5.25″. Adhere this piece to the center of the card base.

Then, cut a piece of White Cardstock to measure 3.75″ x 5″. Adhere this piece to the center of the peach patterned paper.

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Using the Daisy Bouquet Punch with the blue patterned paper and the pink daisy patterned paper, punch 6 times to create several daisies.

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Using 6 of the largest daisies, create a circle of them on the upper middle portion of the card. Then, using 6 of the small blue daisies, adhere them on top of the larger pink daisies. Tip: Use the Repositionable Adhesive to add the daisies to the card. That way, you can adjust them as desired.

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Next, flip over 5 of the small pink daisies to use on the other side. Adhere Enamel Stickers from the Bee Mine Embellishments to the center of each of them. Using Foam Squares, adhere between each of the larger daisies on the card.

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Adhere the bow embellishment to the top center of the circle.

Lastly, use the Blue Dual-Tip Pen to draw faux stitches along the outer edge of the White Cardstock.

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What projects or layouts are you using the Daisy Bouquet Punch on? Show us using #CreativeMemories!

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