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Monday, March 20, 2017

Daisies Garden Marker

At the plant nursery I work at we discard flowers & plants that have outbloomed their time, are too tall and not sold, etc. One of the perks of working there is that we as employees can take the flowers & plants home for free after they scan the tags & mark as damaged. I rescued 2 Sugar Rush African Daisies. Hubby planted & they are doing ok.

 Supplies List 

Crayola: pencil color - green - for coloring Daisy - stem, leaves, grass
ink: VersaFine Onyx Black
machine: Xyron with dbl-sided laminate
misc: wood for garden stake 
paper: cardstock -  purples
stamp: Cardz TV "Think Spring", Hero Arts Row of Perky Flowers
tool:  MISTI

Entering this into the following challenges:

3/21   CAS-ual Fri Ch CFC169 Off the Edge   UE   3/10   Off the Edge - Daisies are stamped off the edge

3/21   Simon Says Stamp Wed Bit O' Green    5E(#5)   3/15   Green - used Crayola green pencil color

3/26   Simon Says Stamp Mon Layer It Up   5E(#1)   3/20
3/30    Cardz TV Anything Goes Des Ch#5   3E(#3)   3/17

3/31   DLART Mar Linky Ch   1Eperday no stacking   3/1

3/25   heARTful Stamping Ch - Spring   2E(#1)   3/19


  1. Cute creation idea - nice rescue on the plant!

  2. Lucky you, Melissa - love that flower! And your plant stake is such a fun idea! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  3. What a great idea! I love the flower too, I used to see it a lot in South Africa. Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!