Friday, July 25, 2008

Flowers For Daisy

Boy, today is a busy day here at Heartfelt many posts, so much to share!

Here is another card I created using the new Flowers For Daisy set released last night by Gina K. Designs. Asela Hopkins is the illustrator behind the magic.

The great news is that $4.00 from every set sold will go to benefit the American Cancer Society on behalf of Gina K. Designs.

You all know I am crazy for paper piecing, so when I figured out this amazing daisy could be paper pieced, I squealed! I used some scraps from my stash of Webster's Pages for the daisy, as well as for the patterned Nestabilities scalloped layer you see. There really is so much you can do with this set....have you ventured over to Asela's blog today to see what amazing fashion piece she made with the set? You must see it. The wheels in that girl's head are always spinnin', I tell ya!

I really am lovin' this set ladies. I can't wait to show you some more of what I've done with it!



  1. Cindy H.10:50 AM

    This is just so soft and sweet!! Love it! TFS

  2. This is fantastic Amy! I love the scallops and the paper pieced flower! Perfect! Great color choices too! :D


  3. no mojo issues for you any longer! it's just marvelous and will so cheer up whoever the recipient is! the paper pieced flower is the best! love the white dots too...

  4. Anonymous4:22 PM

    Oh my goodness!! I'm jumping up and down in my chair...this is sooooooooooo amazing!!!!!

  5. asela4:23 PM

    Opps think I forgot my name on that post....

    and just incase it didn't go through....I'm jumping up and down in my chair with excitement!!!!! This is so awesome

  6. What a beautiful card - love the paper piecing!!

  7. I love paper piecing and this is fabulous, Amy!

  8. Ohhhhhhhh, I love this!

  9. Love this Amy and the colors you chose are perfect

  10. I love your paper pieced flower and the way you've used your Nestabilities dies, very nice!

  11. WOW! Another fabulous project Amy!!! I just love this!

  12. AMY! This is amazing!!!!


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