Birthday Blossoms Daffodils to Celebrate March Birthdays.

Here’s my “host of golden daffodils” to celebrate March birthdays. These daffodils are made using six quilled marquise shapes in yellow 3mm quilling paper, with a tightly coiled centre in a darker shade of yellow, the

Here’s my “host of golden daffodils” to celebrate March birthdays.
Quilled daffodil birthday card

These daffodils are made using six quilled marquise shapes in yellow 3mm quilling paper, with a tightly coiled centre in a darker shade of yellow, the leaves are just folded strips of green quilling paper.

The daffodils are mounted on a white card frame made using the Marianne Frame and Swirls set. The sentiment is a Gold Small Text peel off mounted on a shape cut using a die from the Marianne Tags and Ticket set, it is decorated with self adhesive pearls.

The sentiment and flowers are both mounted on pink card embossed with the Swirls Embossing Folder and the Yellow Stripes design background paper is the free to download.

Cardio Majestix Golden Daffodils stamped birthday card
My second daffodil card is made using the Cardio Majestix Golden Daffodils stamp set with Canary and Moss Green pigment inks, Olive Pastel Fluid Chalk ink and Scattered Straw distress ink. I cut three squares of white card at 11, 9 and 7cm and three squares of green card at 7.5, 9.5 and 11.5cm.
To begin with I layered just the white card using some double sided tape to keep it in position. I stamped the daffodils and leaves from the top left corner down across the three layers of card.
I trimmed a 12.5cm square white blank card down to 12cm square and then layered the white and green card on top of it,  using 1mm adhesive foam pads to stick the last green layer to add some dimension.
I finished it off with a Gold Happy Birthday greeting and a butterfly die cut from Gold Mirror Card using the Joycrafts Three Butterflies Die Set. I love using these Cardio Majestix stamps and the Acrylic Stamping Rods certainly make them easy to use.
Hand made birthday card with die cut daffodils
Another daffodil card this time made using a Daffodil die cutting set. I cut the main daffodil die twice, once in green and once in yellow and cut the flower heads off the yellow one and glued them over the green ones. I used a marker pen to add some shading to the flower heads, leaves and stems. I also used a Clear Wink of Stella pen to add some subtle glitter to the flower heads which doesn’t really show up in the photo. I left some of the leaves partially unglued allowing them to curl up and add a little dimension to the card.
I die cut a flourish from the same green card and adhered that and the flowers to an A6 Kraft card blank, I finished it off with a copper colored Happy Birthday peel off.
I hope you like them, thanks for looking in.
Debbie x


28 thoughts on “Birthday Blossoms Daffodils to Celebrate March Birthdays.

  1. Hi Deb, daffodils and spring, let's hope it's not too far away. I don't like winter I'm afraid. Lovely cards thank you for sharing these to brighten up the mood on such a cold day. X

  2. Hi Carol, It feels as though it's a little way off yet, we will have to make do with paper daffodils until the real ones appear. Thank you for your kind comments, glad you like the cards. x

  3. I love the second card, fresh and cheery with a hint of spring on the way

  4. All card just awesome!! But i love last one simple & clean card with daffodil cutting dies,it looking very elegant & coloures choice aer superb 🙂

  5. Really like the second card. Daffodils make me smile . Their cheeky happy faces pop up everywhere letting us know spring is coming . Good luck to everyone n the competition .

  6. What lovely cards, with the promise of Spring in the designs. How refreshing, after the long Winter months. Inspiring me to sort out my pastel cardstock in preparation for the season ahead. I think the second card is my choice. Thank you for sharing. xx

  7. All the cards are pretty, but the 2nd one stands out. The layering technique is really beautiful, the colors are calm and serene and butterfly is just the perfect embellishment on it!

  8. Anything with daffodils signifies spring – my favourite time of year!! I rally like the second card – so fresh and clean, but a close second is the last card – so simple and elegant!

  9. Before I even saw that I had a chance of winning this die I got excited. It is really unique and beautiful. Thanks for the chance of winning. I love spring and I love yellow flowers. This fits all the bills!!

  10. Before I even realized this could be won I was excited. What a unique die!! Love spring, love yellow, love flowers. This is the die for me. Thanks for the chance to win.

  11. Love the second card . Daffodils always make me smile they pop up their happy cheeky faces all over the place …A sign of spring. Good luck to everyone in the competition .

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