I made my card by first stamping and cutting out the petals. I know it's hard to see in my photo, but I used the petal stamp with the little flowers on it. Then I used my Stampin' Up! chocolate chip marker and I added a few dots throughout my stamped petals. It helps to glue your petals onto a punched out circle. It ends up behind your flower so you won't even see it. Once my flower was assembled, I poked a small hole in the center using my SU mat pack and then I was able to place my brad through the center.
My brown chocolate chip layer was punched along the bottom using my scallop trim border punch and along the top I added two rows of white dots using my white gel pen. Then to finish my card I stamped my happy birthday sentiment. This would be a great card to make if you needed something quick and you could use this for several different occasions: thinking of you, thank you cards, get well, Mother's day, etc.
Tomorrow I'll be posting a Christmas card. I'm working on getting some things together for my first upcoming craft show and so I need to start working on a few more Christmas cards.
Have a great night! See you tomorrow.
Stamps: Pick A Petal, Well Scripted
Card Stock: Certainly Celery, Chocolate Chip, White
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip
Supplies: Brad, Mat Pack, Paper Piercing Tool, Scallop Trim Border Punch, SU Scissors, White Gel Pen, Stamp-a-ma-jig, SU chocolate chip marker