Darla Daisies Loyalty Program & Tracking Form

Darla Hutt-Watson

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Weaverville, CA, United States
Hi there! I'm Darla and I live in BEAUTIFUL Northern California! I am a mother of seven terrific kids and have been married to my husband for 32 years. I have been a Stampin' Up Demonstrator since 2010 and love ALL THINGS paper crafting. I also have a scrapbooking retreat business called Scrap Happens Retreats. I love teaching and learning new techniques, sharing ideas, hosting my retreats, being a wife and a mom. Hiking, bicycling, gardening and cooking are a few of my other hobbies. I'm living for Jesus and LOVIN' LIFE!!

Friday, December 4, 2020

Hello everyone!  HAPPY Friday!  I have a fun tutorial to share with you today!  I hope you'll give it a try! Have a WONDERFUL WEEKEND!

Life is Beautiful

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·         Stamp sets: Life is Beautiful (154871), Tree Angle (153442)

·         Cardstock and Paper: Seaside Spray (150883), Early Espresso (119686), Shimmery White (101910)

·         Ink: Seaside Spray (150085), Early Espresso (147114)

·         Miscellaneous: Banners Pick A Punch (153608), Snowflake Sequins (150443), Mosaic Gusseted Cellophane Bags (153509), Wink of Stella Glitter Brush (141897), Paper Trimmer (152392), Tear & Tape Adhesive (138995), Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430),  Bone Folder (102300), Paper Snips (103579)



·         Seaside Spray card base: 4-1/4” x 11”, scored at 5-1/2” then folded on the crease with the Bone Folder, 5” x ¾”

·         Mosaic Gusseted Cellophane Bag: trimmed to 3-3/4” x 5-1/2” and 1-1/4” x 3”

·         Early Espresso: 3-1/4” x 5-1/2”

·         Shimmery White: 5” x 6”



1.    Stamp tree with Early Espresso ink on Shimmery White. Add Seaside Spray snowflake images on the tree branches then add base of tree image. Trim piece and position tree as desired so it ends up 3” x 5-1/2”. With Multipurpose Liquid Glue, adhere tree piece to Early Espresso layer.

2.    Affix Mosaic Gusseted Cellophane Bag piece to center of card front by adhering Tear & Tape to card base. Add tree image piece to cellophane with Tear & Tape then add horizontal cellophane bag piece taking care to stop Tear & Tape about ½” from left edge of tree piece so it doesn’t show.

3.    Stamp Joy & Cheer sentiment with Early Espresso ink on Seaside Spray strip. Punch out banner end and trim with Paper Trimmer at a length that will bring it flush with the right edge of the card. Attach to card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals so it end flush right on card.

4.    With tiny dots of Multipurpose Liquid Glue adhere a sprinkling of snowflake sequins on tree top and on right side of sentiment

5.    With Wink of Stella lightly dot center of Seaside Spray snowflake and area at base of tree.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!  Happy Creating!

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Here's this month's HOSTESS CODE!!   

Use this months hostess code to receive this months gift
from me with a $50 order (before tax & shipping)!

If your order is $100 or over I will send you an additional gift of BLING!!
(please use December's Hostess Code if under $150.00)

If your order is over $150.00 please DO NOT use the hostess code...it is still a qualifying order but you will get the hostess credit for yourself!

You'll also earn Darla Daisies through my loyalty program!

One daisy for every $50 spent (before tax & shipping)!

When you have 10 Darla Daisies you can choose $40.00 worth of  Stampin' Up! product(s) of your choice from me! Get your tracking form at the top this blog by clicking on Darla Daisy Loyalty Program.  When you have 10 daisies, email me your tracking form and your choice of product!!

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