I decided to send a few extra Easter cards this year, and I didn't have enough time to make more of yesterday's card. So my solution was to pull from my blank card stash. I often make several of the same or similar card, and then leave them blank, with no sentiment inside or out. Then, when I need a card for a particular occasion, I have several to choose from.
This card was made with Pick a Petal stamp set (retired) with the Large Oval Punch, and the 1" (or 1 3/8") circle punch for the center of the flower.
The Daffodil Delight layer is embossed with the Bouquet embossing folder, and I also embossed a scrap piece, to punch the centers of the circles.
The DSP is retired, but it was lovely, and had several wonderful colors...Poppy Parade, Peach Parfait, Daffodil Delight, Pear Pizzazz.... When I originally had this card at a stamp-a-stack, it was a big hit, and I had several different pieces of the DSP available for the flowers and for the rick rack.
That rick rack scalloped edge was made with the Tasteful Trim die. It is $42.95 in the catalog, but I have found that it has been well worth the price. I often use the rick racks instead of ribbon, thus saving me lots of $$ in ribbon!
This card uses the same DSP as the card above, but also incorporates the Build a Flower Punch, and a flower Bigz die (I'm sorry, I'm not home as I'm blogging, and am without my catalog).