Friday, July 25, 2014

Angled Sunflower

Good morning, Friends! It's Friday! Pat's brother and his family are in the area and we will be spending time with them this weekend as we don't get to see them but once a year. His sister will also be there so it will be good to see the family. Nick also has another doctor's appointment today. We also need to go school supply shopping one of these days. But I think I can do that next week. 

Today's card was inspired by another sunflower card I saw. I didn't have the exact same supplies but I thought I could do with what I have and I so super like this one! I just love sunflowers anyway so this was right up my alley!! And the Dotty Angles stamp set really helped bring some texture to it!

  • Card base is Whisper White
  • On a piece of Crumb Cake stamp the sentiment from Really Good Greetings in Early Espresso then adhere to card base with dimensionals
  • Punch the flower part from Crushed Curry using the 2 3/8" scallop circle punch and then use paper snips to clip each petal
  • Punch a circle from Early Espresso using the 1 3/8" circle punch
  • Stamp the triangles image from Dotty Angles onto the circle using Early Espresso ink and adhere to flower center
  • Punch the leaves from Mossy Meadow using the extra large oval punch and the large oval punch
  • Stamp the angles image onto the leaves using Mossy Meadow ink
  • Use the Simply Scored tool to score a line down the middle of each leaf and fold slightly
  • Adhere the leaves to the Crumb Cake panel using glue dots in the center of the leaves (so they will fold up a bit)
  • Adhere flower part to panel using dimensionals
  • Tie some linen thread through a Basic Metal button and adhere to card
Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Dotty Angles, Really Good Greetings; Paper- Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Crushed Curry, Mossy Meadow, Early Espresso; Ink- Early Espresso, Mossy Meadow; Accessories- 2 3/8" scallop circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, extra large oval punch, large oval punch, linen thread, Basic Metal button, dimensionals

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