Fresh as a Daisy Designer Series Paper Ideas

 Here are all the projects I've made with my Daisy Kit.  I'll keep adding to this post as I create more.

These first 3 cards and my wall hanging you may have seen in my blog post about the kit.  I just wanted all my samples in one place, so I'm repeating them here.

On Craft Roulette, on May 19, 2023, we were given the parameters of
Project:  Slimline
Colors:  Tea Party
Element:  Word
Random:  Hand-Drawn Line(s)

I chose to make a slimline home decor project instead of a card.  The wooden hanger came from a dollar store.  I swapped out the jute hanger for a piece of lace in keeping with the tea party theme.

Here are a few more new cards.  I showed these on my video on May 29, 2023.  This next card, a Z-fold card with a Pebbled Path DSP layer, was made during that video.  I used a Blending Brush to add color to the detailed layer of the flowers.  You could you any color you have;  I used Moody Mauve.

The bow was a 12" piece of Pebbled Path jute that I separated into 3 strands.  For my bow, I used 2 strands, and adhered it with a glue dot.

I wanted to include at least one card that didn't feature daisies.  Here I used the Season of Chic stamp set and Chic dies to create my leaves in Pebbled Path and Wild Wheat.

This time I left the dies in my kit white.  I used the inside piece from the leaves on the top right to add interest to my leaves on the lower left.

I still have not decided if I want to add anything to this next card.  I like the Pretty Peacock layer with the DSP.  

These next 2 cards use the same layout.  I started with a 3-3/4" X 5" piece of DSP.  I cut about 2" and flipped that smaller piece over.  First putting that small piece at the bottom and stamping on it.

Here the small piece was put at the top and was a great place for my sentiment.

And finally (for now), I have a fun fold for you!
This pocket is a fun way to show both sides of the DSP.  The insert that fits in the pocket is laying down in front.

Here is a demonstration on how you can make either a sleeve or pocket out of DSP.

If you prefer written directions for your pocket.

I have been using the 1/2" X 4" pieces that are cut off to make the pocket, on my insert.  It's the Wild Wheat 1/2" strip on the photo above.

Stampin' Up! offers a Designer Series Paper sale quite often.  Lately it has been annually.  This is a fun way to show both sides of your pretty papers!