#TGIFC422 – What Would You Do?

We’re wondering, what would you do with this TGIF challenge? This week’s challenge is to use a navy blue background and this is what I came up with.

Cheerful Daisies #TGIFC422 - What Would You Do?
#TGIFC422 - What Would You Do?
#TGIFC422 - What Would You Do?

I’m very excited to announce that I am now the newest member of the TGIF Challenges team. They are such a talented group, and I am honored to be amongst them.

I had a lot of fun creating this as my first TGIF Challenges project. I am partial to the color blue, and I just love the new Cheerful Daisies bundle, so I knew they would go together perfectly.

The daisies really lend themselves to embossing, and the white contrast does not disappoint! They give such a nice contrast to the Night of Navy background.

Cheerful Daisies #TGIFC422 - What Would You Do?

This daisy is one of the larger stamps in the set. There are 15 photopolymer stamps and 14 dies that coordinate with them in the bundle. You can find it on page 111 of the 2023-2024 Annual Catalog.

Cheerful Daisies bundle

Now on to the card

To make this card, I started by embossing the daisies on a piece of Night of Navy cardstock with white.

After attaching that piece to a Night of Navy card base, I adhered some stamped daisy images (made with the help of a mini blender brush) onto a Vellum circle. All were then attached to the card with Dimensionals. I laid some folded ribbon under the sentiment, then added a little sparkle with some Adhesive-Backed Sparkle Gems.

Cheerful Daisies #TGIFC422 - What Would You Do?

Are you up for the challenge this week? We would love to see what you can come up with. Be sure to to check out what the other designers have come up with on the TGIF Challenges Blog too. While you’re there, add your own creation to share.

I would love to hear from you. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think of my Cheerful Daisies, what would you do card for #TGIFC422.


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22 thoughts on “#TGIFC422 – What Would You Do?”

  1. Loved your card! It looked like a lot of work but isn’t really. I see so much use of velumn but forget to use it. I don’t think I have any night of navy. I am so inspired I may stop at my nearby graft store and pick up a few sheets.
    Right now I am working on pp Exploring in color.i cut the bases in half knowing I would want to use both sides for card fronts. So many designs out there then I bought the 10.00 add on to cut up the envelops to use to.
    I give some of my cards to my senior center but they also sell cards 4/100 or 1.00 so the 200 price isn’t attractive. I also give our small town visitor’ s center thank you cards and our city finance lady.i tried joining a group in the Midwest but it cost me5.00 to send 10 cards. I don’t mind buying my supplies but do not want to pay for that much postage.
    I used to work for Hallmark part time for 8 years. I have always loved cards. I knew the inventory backwards and forwards. Anyone could come in and say ” I am looking for a card for my motorcycle boyfriend” and I could show them the appropriate card.it was fun.
    Thank you for your idea.i will have to see if u have a website.kathy gould

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    • Thank you Mary! Using Velum is a great trick to separate a busy background from your main image. I am so happy to hear that I was able to inspire you and love hearing that. Separating your kit cards is a great idea! Those cards have some beautiful imagery, so being able to make more cards with them is brilliant!!
      It sounds like you have a lot of knowledge about cards and it is wonderful that you donate so many of them. Thank you for stopping by and leaving the kind words.πŸ’—

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