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Jar of Fun Sunflowers by Crystal Cleveland

Posted by Crystal Cleveland on

To make this card you need the following 

stamp sets by Maymaymadeit 

  1. Jar of Fun
  2. Floral Kaleidoscope 
  3. Sunflower Wishes

Stampin up stamp set Rose Wonder

Stampin up markers and blender pen 

Page from an old book

Basic Black card stock 8.5" x 6.5" scored at 4.25" This is a larger than normal size card 4.25 x 6.5"

Delightful Dijon card stock

Black stazon ink

art glitter glue

 

 

 

I love fall with the bright beautiful colored leaves, cool evenings, and the harvesting of the vegetable gardens, fall soccer season and of course the kiddos going back to school!! 

This card was made by stamping on a page of an old book ( purchased from goodwill) I couldn't use any from my collection, using black stazon ink. I stamped the jar first. Then I added the sunflowers, leaves and stems from Floral Kaleidoscope stamp set. Masking off as needed.

I used my markers and a blender marker to color the flowers and the leaves.

 

 

 I then cut the page down using scissors. My book is so old that if I try to use a paper trimmer it just rips. I added ribbon and a bow with a button from my sewing stash. I stamped off the sentiment "What a beautiful blessing your are to me" from Rose Wonder stamp set on Delightful Dijon card stock, then I stamped off the coordinating framelit shape over the sentiment. I cut the sentiment out leaving a border around the framelit and colored in the edge with a black marker to look like I layered the sentiment. I added it to the front of the card using foam squares. I glued the card front to black card stock using art glitter glue. Inside I added a Delightful Dijon card stock with the sunflowers and leaves stamped in one corner using black ink.

Add your own personal message inside. 


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2 comments

  • I must make this!, I love it! I have been searching for a card design to use thank you…this is beautiful!

    Shirley Barker on
  • I really love this look. There are so many ways that this can be used. Thank you for sharing.

    Fran Smith on

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