Circle of Thanks Daisy Card

By  Carolyn King 

size: 4" across

  • Circle of Thanks Daisy Card


  • Cardstock (Stampin’ Up!): Sky Blue; Whisper White; Chocolate Chip
  • Two-tone blue floral patterned
  • Brown velvet ribbon
  • Silver “Thank You” charm
  • Crystal rhinestone brad
  • Small adhesive crystals, three
  • Hemp cord


  • Baroque Motifs stamp set (Stampin’ Up!)
  • Ink pads: Old Olive dye and Sky Blue pigment (Stampin’ Up!); VersaMark (Tsukineko)
  • Chocolate Chip Stampin’ Write Marker (Stampin’ Up!)
  • White embossing powder
  • White gel pen
  • Circle cutter or nested circle templates, 3” to 4”
  • Heat tool
  • Dimensional adhesive dots
  • 1. Fold blue cardstock in half. Line up circle cutter, or template, 1/2" from folded line.
  • 2. Cut 4" circle, stopping at 1/2" point on either top edge.
  • 3. Use scissors to cut straight down from fold to meet top edge of circle. This creates top fold of card.
  • 4. Cut three graduated circles: 3" blue paper; 3-1/4" white cardstock; 3-1/2" brown cardstock.
  • 5. Stamp paper circle with green swirls; let dry. Use VersaMark to stamp three small flowers, sprinkle with embossing powder, and heat until raised and shiny. Adhere gems to flower centers.
  • 6. Adhere circles together and to card; dot brown circle with gel pen.
  • 7. Ink larger floral motif stamp with blue ink; color dots with brown marker. Stamp onto white cardstock and cut out. Color small flower stamp with brown marker, breath on ink to moisten, and stamp center of larger motif.
  • 8. Cut brown cardstock circle about same size as floral motif. Adhere layers together with crystal brad. Adhere to card with dimensional adhesive dots.
  • 9. Wrap ribbon around top folded part of card. Tie on charm with hemp cord.