Oh Hello Not Quite Olive Delight

Daffodil Delight is a rather bright colour, and one that I do not often use. However, today’s card using the Oh Hello stamp set works beautifully with this colour. My design is based on a Flash Card by Connie Stewart.

The base card of Daffodil Delight was embossed along the edge using the Delicate Designs Lace TIEF. I punched out flowers with the Boho Blossom punch, and a shape with the Decorate Label punch using a piece of Not Quite Navy. Whisper White was stamped in Old Olive, Not Quite Navy and Daffodil Delight using the patterned chevron image, and a piece of Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon [retired] with a Ribbon Slide [retired] was added along the side of the chevrons. The white piece was then layered onto the Not Quite Navy and added to to the base. The sentiment from Sassy Salutations was stamped tone on tone on the label, and a Rhinestone brad [also retired] added to the flowers. These were then attached to complete the card.

Oh Hello Not Quite Olive Delight

Bright colours can work well, don’t you agree?


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