February in Victoria. The temperature topped out at 15C which is a balmy 62F which you know means, as you drive around you see cars with their convertible tops lowered and everyone in the car wears jackets and toques (or for my American friends, beanies). The flowers are starting to pop up, just take a look at the daffodils and one of our Magnolia trees, just starting to bloom
well, I guess, a note card. This card is shown in the Stampin' Success magazine that we get as demostrators. Simple to make, Bermuda Bay and then I ran the smaller bit through the Perfect Polka dot Impressions folder. The flower is made from the Something Sweet stamp set
Stamp the circle onto a scrap of Bermuda Bay and then stamp the flower petal (just under the heart) around the circle. You need to leave about a 1/8" between the circle and where the petal base sits so that it fits nicely(don't ask how I know this) and then cut out the flower. Attach to the Bermuda Bay Perfect Polka piece and then stamp the circle again onto Crushed Curry cardstock or DSP, (I used DSP) and then punch out with your 1 3/4" circle punch and attach to the flower. The sentiment is cut freehand following the lines of the saying and attached with dimensionals. The button is attached with a glue dot after poking a thin strip of cardstock through the holes.