I'm taking part in something Stampin' Up! is promoting by making and sending cards as a random act of kindness. They've dubbed it #sharesunshine, and the object is to brighten someone's day by sending a card or little gift. Everyone can use a little sunshine right about now, right? And what better way than to find some happy mail in the mailbox when you least expect it?
Since I can't actually send sunshine, I can send the next best thing....sunflowers! This bright, cheerful card was made with some goodies from the Flowers For Every Season Suite coming in the new catalog.
The Celebrate Sunflowers cling stamp set has coordinating Sunflowers Dies that make it simple to make a big impression. See the DSP peeking out from the die cut? That's one of the patterns in the absolutely gorgeous Flowers For Every Season 6" x 6" DSP.
The Bumblebee Gingham Ribbon isn't part of the suite, but you can find it on page 161. I think the Bumblebee gingham was perfect for a sunny sunflower card!
I love this card! I would like to CASE it for a 102nd birthday for a sweet lady that loves yellow. Thanks for sharing. :)ReplyDelete
I hope she loves it!Delete
Cindy, this Sunflower card is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing the bow tieing step by step details also.ReplyDelete
The placement of your tiny leaves are perfect. This card is sure to have brightened someones day.
Lora, you are so welcome!Delete
where can I see the details of tying the ribbon please?ReplyDelete
Hi, Mary! I posted it the very next day (May 22). I don't know if it will link, but I'll try. If not, look on the right sidebar under May, and it's there. https://www.heartsdelightcards.com/2020/05/sunflower-card-ribbon-tutorial.htmlDelete