An Upsy Daisy CASE!

Hey everyone!

I was on Stampin’ Connection the other day {this is a brand new fabulous place for Stampin’ Up! demos to discuss and share all things SU} and I came across a card made by Claire Daly. I am not sure if it is on her blog so I cannot directly link you to Claire’s creation. I used the same colours, stamp and style but with a couple of my own tweaks. I instantly feel in love with it and Claire’s style appeals to me in a lot of ways but really she is just a gorgeous person who makes the most beautiful cards. I wonder what else I can CASE! I have a few saved to my faveourites…even ones made with stamp sets I don’t own……yet!! LOL! Thanks Claire!

I used the spritzer with the old olive marker on coordinating CS and the Regal Rose marker over the top of the daisies. I really like the effect. I also used the markers to colour in the stamp so I could have more than one colour in the image.

I used one of the labels out of the 4set label dies and embossed the sentiment in white embossing powder. I have a thing for embossing powder recently so much so that I might need to top up again soon! Same with Cardstock I am depleting my stocks at an alarming rate…..but I have an awesome advantage of being able to purchase my goodies at a generous 20% off . Would you like the same deal?!

  • Imagine being able to purchase beautiful SU product at demonstrator cost
  • Imagine earning $ to help pay for your hobby, bills or even that holiday you wanted
  • Imagine being able to meet and become great friends with like minded crafters at events such as Convention or Regionals.
  • Imagine running a business on your own terms, doing as much or as little as you like when you like to fit in your schedule as a part-time worker or mother or both.

The timing couldn’t be better either because at the moment Stampin’ Up! are having a fabulous starter kit promotion. Valued at over $560, and sold at the usual price of $324 is now reduced to $259. That’s a whopping 20%off and it is all you need to pay to become a part of the Stampin’ Up! family and to receive the awesome starter kit. You will also become part of my team where we have regular team get togethers and stamping sessions. I can help you with anything you might need or any advice to get you started.

You can contact me today via email or you can join straight away by going to my Stampin’ Up! business website. All you will need is

  • An ABN {free from the tax office}
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  • Personal Information
  • my password – brownstamp

I look forward to you becoming a part of the Stampin’ Up! family!

Thanks for dropping by!


9 thoughts on “An Upsy Daisy CASE!

  1. Hi Kirsty,

    This is a great card. I came home from convention and ordered the spritzer, as it was something I always put off. So it’s great to see some projects using it. Thanks for sharing and it was nice chatting to you at convention. Not sure if you remember me, but I was the crazy red head who came up to say hi.

    Take care


  2. I love this card Kirsty! Love the colours, the techniques and everything!!! I’m off to find Claire’s blog right now, because I LOVE your cards so if you love Claire’s I’m sure I will too!!! Thanks for inspiring! xxx


  3. Kristy, I come to your blog almost everyday and I don’t leave comments as often as I should be I have to stop today and tell you how much I love looking at you cards and pages. Your blog always makes me want to sit and scrap or card make. Lately I haven’t been adding pages or cards but food to my blog. I have become addicted to couponing and sahring my good deals but today I think I will get to work on why I started blogging in the first place. Thank you for always sharing your work with all of us. I love all your project!


  4. Kirsty I am glad to know that you ‘case’ cards also. I have always wondered if I would use a spritzer. I think I am sold by just one card. It is gorgeous. I am also off to check Claires blog. As I said the other day I love your blog, so am guess I will love Claires. Thanks for always inspiring me.


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