One of the things Stampin’ Up! demonstrators tend to do – and probably all paper crafters who use Stampin’ Up! products do this as well – is to ignore old and dearly loved stamps when a new catalog comes out. Because, really, what’s more fun that new rubber? (Or photopolymer, as the case may be.)
One of my favorite sets in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog is Daisy Delight. The set has coordinating Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper (DSP) and a punch. And while the Annual Catalog is still current (through May 31, 2018), you can bundle the stamps and punch and save 10%. During Sale-a-bration (SAB), you can order the Daisy Delight bundle, the DSP, and the Delightful Daisy Cardstock Pack and select a free SAB product from the brochure. How fun is that?
How cute is this hostess gift? I used the Daisy Delight bundle for the flower, and made the mini treat bag withe the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies and the Delightful Daisy DSP. I used the strip I cut off the DSP so that it would fit through the Big Shot as a belly band, then covered it with the Old Olive 3/8″ Mini Chevron Ribbon.
The daisy is stamped on Daffodil Delight Cardstock with Pumpkin Pie Classic Stampin’ Ink. While there are leaf stamps in the Daisy Delight set, there isn’t a punch or die for them, so I used the leaves from the Painted Harvest Stamp Set (carrying over from the 2017 Holiday Catalog) and the coordinating Leaf Punch. The leaves are stamped in Old Olive Classic Ink on Pear Pizzazz Cardstock.
Finally, I added a little tag. I used One Big Meaning for the sentiment in Old Olive ink. Here’s what’s inside my little treat bag.
Daisy seeds! I almost always add candy, but since I’m trying to have a more healthy lifestyle, I decided I ought to help my friends as well. Or, at least, not detract from their healthy habits!
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
You are so considerate to think of your friends! Seeds are a nice idea. This is a beautiful treat bag!
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Thanks, Susan! I love the Daisy suite! Now I just need to start planting all the seeds I keep buying. (Well, maybe in another 2-3 months…)