Rockabilly Daisy Vase

Stampin up rockabilly bigz daisies flower #2

Want to make the easiest vase ever?  Well, grab a Wide Oval Punch and a little Rockabilly Specialty Designer Series Paper.  Punch, snip off the top, flip and add the small piece to the bottom.  This was a big"aha" moment for me!  TIP:  Try the Large Oval Punch the same way for a single stem vase!

Stampin up rockabilly daisies bigz die I stamped the stem from Fifth Avenue Floral three times on a pretty Kiwi Kiss houndstooth pattern from Urban Oasis Designer Series Paper.  My new vase was layered on top with Stampin' Dimensionals.  The Riding Hood Red flowers were created using a Big Shot and the Bigz Daisies #2 Flower Die.  Aren't they sweet?  The centers are 1/2" circles of Basic Black.

I matted the gingham layer on Basic Black and a Bouquet Designer Button seemed like the perfect touch for the bottom left.  TIP:  A sliver of Basic Black card stock gives a polished  "threaded" look and a Mini Glue Dot keeps the button locked in place.

The sentiment is from the new Oval All stamp set from the Stampin' Up! Occasions Mini Catalog.  I stamped it on Riding Hood Red and Whisper White card stock.  The red version was cropped with a Small Oval Punch and the White with a Large Oval Punch.  TIP:  A Stampin' Dimensional under just the right side of the sentiment keeps it propped up and level with the vase.

SC224 The horizontal panel features two 1" tall strips of Rockabilly Specialty Designer Series Paper over Basic Black card stock.  The inspiration for my layout comes from today's Splitcoast Sketch Challenge SC224.  All Splitcoast Daily Challenges (and more) are linked on my left side bar (just scroll down a bit).

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Stamp Set:  Oval All (113790, Occasions Mini), Fifth Avenue Floral (113734)
Paper:  Rockabillty Speciality Designer Series (114039), Urban Oasis Designer Series Paper (113978), Whisper White (100730), Riding Hood Red (111348), Basic Black (102851)
Ink:  Jet Black Stazon (101406)
Cool Tools:  Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439), Bigz Daisies #2 Flower Die (114520), Wide Oval Punch (112082), Large Oval Punch (107305), Small Oval Punch (107304), 1/2" Circle Punch (104390)
The Perfect Touch:  Bouquet Designer Buttons (112092), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

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37 Comments:

  1. I am running, not walking to my craft room to try these out. I’m so glad I have that die, but I’ll have to subsitute the Urban Oasis paper. Wow! That is a knock out. How do you do it?

  2. Woo-hoo! This is FANTASTIC!!

    Many Blessings,
    M.

  3. Wow, very striking! Wish I had that Daisies Die!

  4. Well slap me and call me Mary!!! That is the easiest ever! LOVE the card! You rock!

  5. I love how you stamped the Oval stamp twice and framed it! So clever!

  6. Mary you’ve out done yourself once again! I agree how do you do it? Love the colors too! This is a must try!

  7. Thanks for the great tip, Mary. I love this card. I have got to try this.

  8. Mary:

    This is really too cute! I have been in the hospital for a while and am having trouble getting my mojo back for some reason, maybe exhaustion but your feed blitz I look forward to every morning! thanks for the inspiration! I love this!-Whitney

  9. Love, love, love this. You are awesome!

  10. What a cool way to make a vase! The card is superb!

  11. I will have to try the vase trick! I just love this blog and am so glad you do an all SU website. It is always so informative.
    Thanks, Doris

  12. Rosemary Olson

    Mary, that layered sentiment looks so good I thought it was actually a white HPH frame instead of just WW paper. Mr. Brown brings my box with the oval stamps and scallop punch this morning…you can guess what I’ll be doing all day LOL!

  13. OH! That is sooooo kewl! I am so trying that out!!

  14. Colleen Moreland

    Love the card!! I love the flowers too!! Great job once again.

  15. A big “A”dorable, Mary! Will definitely have to give it a try! TFS

  16. Sensational! I absolutely adore this!

  17. WOW – Mary – you rocked the Sketch – this card is beautiful!!!

  18. this is incredible! the flowers are so striking! and the vase…i have cut the top off before, only to have to cut the bottom off to make it “flat”….you have inspired me to make a new vase!!! gotta go….i mean gotta case!

  19. Oh my gosh, aren’t you clever!!! This is a fantastic idea! So easy, but also so pretty! Love the bold red flowers and the whole modern feel of this creation.

    You are one talented crafter, Mary Fish! 😀

    Thanks for sharing this cool idea!
    Cindy

  20. What a great idea! I can’t wait to try it. TFS

  21. Sensational!! You are so clever! I adore this card!

  22. Mary, this is FABULOUS! You are so clever and your colors are gorgeous! TFS!

  23. Woo Hoo, Mary’s crafting brilliance strikes again!! I’ve been eyeballing that flower die and now I know I must have it! You are so very clever, my stomach did little flips when you described your vase. So fun, thank you so much for sharing!!!

  24. Love the card. Great idea for the vase. Very pretty.

  25. A very neat idea for the vase. Love those daisies. Beautiful, as always.

  26. Wow! What a great way to make a vase! TFS!

  27. You are crazy amazing! I’ve had the Bigz Daisy Die for 4 years and now it’s going to get a workout. If I can find it. Primo.

  28. Love it!!! who new, flip the top of the oval and it becomes part of the base, genius! I love the colors and the daisies make me smile 🙂

  29. WoW! Rockin’ Idea Mary!

    Gorgeous and Amazing. Love the color pop and of course the Daisy #2 die. It’s been my fav for a bit now. Thanks for showing me something new to do with it. Don’t have the Wide Oval Punch yet though so will have to get out my Coluzzle in order to CASE!

    Hugs and blessings – Jean

    PS: The Houndstooth pattern in Kiwi fooled me. I thought you must have used a contraband or retired SU stamp to get that pattern. Then I read your supplies list and went back to my paper sampler and Voila there was the Houndstooth already to go in the dsp. I guess I avoided looking too closely at it before because as a Weaver, Houndstooth patterns are one of my least favorites to weave! Amazing how prejudices from one craft can bleed over into another! 😀

  30. Sharon Matherson

    What a terrific way to make a vase! I think it would look good in the opposite (180?) orientation as well, but that’s probably the potter in me coming out!

  31. I love this! It is so much fun! And thanks for the tip on making the vase. I will try it soon.

  32. Hi Mary, I have been following your blog for a while now and I must tell you that I just absolutely LOVE the things you do! I’ll cruise the galleries on SCS and I will see a card that really strikes me and then lo-and-behold, it’s a Mary Fish card. This was one of those cards. I just love your style and use of color and everything else. Thank you so much for sharing your creations with us! You are simply amazing!

  33. Jennifer Reynard

    Holy Smokers!! Absolutely rocks!!Jennifer, Calgary, ALberta

  34. I love this idea for the wide oval punch!

  35. As always you never cease to amaze me my friend 😉 This is absolutely fabulous!

  36. Your work is always soooo fabulous, girl! I wanted to tell you that I had my girls make this card in a recent class, and it was a huge hit! It was definitely my favorite card of the night! Thanks so much for the inspiration! {{{hugs}}}

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