This card is an interlocking Daffodil Delight Lasting Lily card. The front of the card has a unique interlocking closure. This is done using the Layering Ovals dies.
The Gingham printed papers are perfect for this type card. The Daffodil Delight is so pretty and reminds me of Spring.
The Lasting Lily stamp set is FREE with a min. $100.00 order available until March 31st. The inks I used are Daffodil Delight and Pear Pizzazz.
Don’t forget to make the inside piece pretty as well with the Lasting Lily stamp set.
Join me tonight at 8:00PM EST on my Facebook page “the stamp camp” to see how this type of interlocking card is made.
Here is the video:
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8 thoughts on “Interlocking Daffodil Delight Lasting Lily”
I enjoyed your card and gave me ideas on making cards, Went really quick and easy with your instructions ,
Thanks Goldie, so happy you liked the card and the instructions were easy to follow. I appreciate you subscribing to my blog and happy you like your free PDF files as a subscriber!
Don’t mean to be critical, but…..it is “Grapefruit Grove”…not Guava…
LOVE your card!!!
Thanks Irene, Just signed up February 2, 2019 so I’m still getting used to all these names. Not sure how they come up with them. Thanks for checking out my blog.
Love your card. One of m favorite stamp sets. Can’t wait to try it.
Thanks Gwen, It was my favorite Sale-a-bration set as well.
I enjoyed your video on the interlocking card. I wanted to get the gingham paper but the item number you showed for this 148554 is for the enamel dots. I have not been able to find the correct catalog number for the gingham paper
Hi Betty, That particular Gingham Paper was retired last year; sorry.