Cheerful Daisies Glitter Card

Cheerful Daisies Glitter Card Tutorial

July 4, 2023 3 min read

Hi, I am excited about today’s video tutorial, because I started it one way, then realized that I was using the colors used in a new DSP pack, so I ended up using that, too! Plus, I love the glitter marker that is easy to use and doesn’t leave a mess!! I hope you can see th glitter in the photo below. The glitter marker is called Wink of Stella.

Customers can order from the new annual catalog starting May 2, and most of what I am showing you today is using new colors and stamps in the 2-23-24 Stampin’ Up! annual catalog. See and download the digital version of the 2023-24 annual catalog here:

View the video Tutorial here.

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Measurements for Tutorial

The Basic White Thick card base (one 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch piece of cardstock) is folded in half at the 4 1/4 inch mark.

The Pretty Peacock solid color layer is 5 3/8 x 4 1/8 inches.

The DSP layer on the front, and the basic white layer inside are both 5 1/4 x 4 inches.

The pretty peacock leaves were die cut from the pretty peacock layer – just make sure to not die cut too close to the edge.

All stamping was done on one 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch piece of Basic White cardstock.

I cut the ribbon at 3 inches, but I suggest making it a little longer, around 3 ½ inches.


Some products used in the video tutorial might have been retired by Stampin’ Up! when you see this post. But usually, they have something similar available.

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