Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Sweet Sketch Wednesday2 and A Day For Daisies

Our sponsor this week over at
Day for DaisiesBio:
A Day For Daisies began as a small token to a constant need to create. Pairing a love of whimsical illustration, with a tidy graphic design background, Tammy S Thompson, produced her first stamp designs, introducing irresistibly sweet stamps to crafters around the globe. Drawing inspiration from the beautiful world around us, she strives to express the happiness and gratitude she feels in each stamp design she creates.

Presently, A Day For Daisies has grown to over 3,000 Digital Stamps with a quickly expanding line of Best Loved Clear Polymer. A Day For Daisies has been published and awarded over the years for innovative and unique designs created to inspire the crafting community. With a whole team behind her now, she remains passionate about illustration, obsessed with quality, and dedicated to her customers. A Day For Daisies thanks you for your ideas, comments, and creativity!

Our Grand Prize winner will receive: $12 Gift Certificate

Stampin Up and DCWV papers
Paper Piecing
Recollection Flower
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I appreciate your comments!


  1. Oh Nancy, I just love Mr. Right! I love your gingham paper piecing on the ladies dress and umbrella. It really does give a nice vintage look. What a precious card! Enjoyed our visit the other evening! Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs, Judi

  2. What a beautiful card Nancy!!! Love your paper piecing and your wonderful coloring. Simply gorgeous!!


  3. Oh your paper piecing is wonderful and that paper ... and that gingham makes it TOTALLY look vintage! Fantastic!

  4. I LOVE your paper piecing, looks rather vintage. Great card. Hugs, Heide

  5. How perfect is that paper piecing!! I absolutely love your card!!
    Blessings to you Nancy!!

  6. Oh Nancy I do love this wonderful card of yours it really took my fancy, with that great paper piecing and that old vintage feel and I think because of your choice of colour which is perfect for that era as the colours weren't bright and in your face. I love the use of the gingham totally perfect my friend. Take care and I'm so glad you haven't had such a cold winter this year, which isn't good for the garden in the spring and summer as the cold kills all those bugs you don't need in the garden. A friend of mine has a degree in horticulture and tell me all about the different cycles and what we need in our gardens and what to get rid of. Take care and have a great week.


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