This is another lovely card that I made recently for the staff at my grandson's nursery. I dug out some stamps that I've had in my stash for years, Daisy Daydreams by Kay Karley. I thought the simplistic style of these stamps would suit a card given by a toddler. I chose bright, summery colours of Brilliance Inks - yellow and lime green - on Centura Pearl card to give the design a fresh look. I stamped a daisy border around the edges of the base card using lime green ink and heat embossed with clear powder. I added icicle Stickles to the daisies. I then took another piece of Centura Pearl card and stamped it all over with the daisy background stamp, and heat embossed as before. This time I painted the daisies yellow with diluted ink, and added Stickles to the centres. I die cut the panel and blended ink around the edges. I coloured another piece of card with green ink and die cut it slightly larger than the background panel. I then matted and layered them onto the base card. On another piece of white card I stamped 3 butterflies, 2 small and 1 large, and heat embossed them. I then painted them with diluted inks and added Stickles as before. Next I stamped some individual daisies and a sentiment and heat embossed as before. I painted the larger daisy and added Stickles to all the flower centres, then fussy cut all the embellishments. I shaped them all with a ball tool and attached them with dimensional glue. A lovely design that will make a good worker card, suitable for all ages and occasions.