Posted on June 10, 2020

Celebrate You Sunflower Card

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Today I have a simple sunflower card to share with you.

Sunflower Card

I've included the instructions and supplies. If you need any of the supplies, simply click on a picture below.

Stamp SetsCelebrate Sunflowers(152517)

Card Stock – Very Vanilla (101650); Bumblebee (153077); Cinnamon Cider (153078); Old Olive (100702)

Stamp Pads – Bumblebee (153116); Old Olive (147090); White Craft (147277)

Misc. – White Embossing Powder (109132); Heat Tool (129053); Subtle Embossing Folder (151775); Dimensionals (104430); Mini Glue Dots (103683); Banner Triple Punch (138292); Linen Thread (104199); Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine (149653) ; Post-it note

Supplies:

Measurements

  • Bumblebee:                   11” x 4-1/4”              
  • Cinnamon Cider:          4-1/2” x 3-1/4”
  • Very Vanilla:                  4-1/4” x 3”                             
  • Old Olive:                       1” x 5-1/8”
  • Linen thread:      8”        

Instructions:

  1. Stamp large sunflower image in Bumblebee on the top edge of the vanilla card stock and on a post-it note. Cut out around the image on the post-it to use as a mask. Lay the mask over the stamped image and then stamp two leaves in Old Olive. Remove the mask so the leaves appear “behind” the sunflower.
  2. Adhere the stamped vanilla card stock to Cinnamon Cider card stock, then emboss with the Subtle embossing folder
  3. Stamp greeting on Old Olive with white craft ink and sprinkle white embossing powder over the stamped greeting. Shake off excess powder and heat to shiny with heat tool.
  4. Punch both ends with Banner Triple punch, then adhere to lower front of sunflower layer.
  5. Attach to front of Bumblebee card base with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  6. Tie small bow from Linen thread and adhere to front of card with mini glue dot. 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Sandra K Moore June 16, 2020 at 1:49 pm

    Ann, I adore this. I was in my stamping room yesterday.
    All old colors amd stamps. it’s bee 8-10 years since I stamped. ( Time flies …..)
    Anyway , I got the itch to resume and soon plan on starting up again…….
    Do you have any ideas on what to do with the rubber stamps I don’t want to keep?

    Fondly. Sandra Moore

    • Reply Anne June 16, 2020 at 1:56 pm

      Well hello! So nice to hear from you. I’m glad you’ll start stamping again…GREAT therapy!! You can try to sell them on ebay or Craigs’s list (time consuming) or you could donate to a school or maybe a church that has a card ministry? Since schools have been closed, I gather you haven’t been working on site? What’s going to happenin the fall?

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