Good Afternoon! I have a sweet card to share with you today. It’s one using the gorgeous Celebration Sunflowers Stamp Set … the perfect way to say Thanks a Bunch
Thanks a Bunch
This is one of the lovely cards from my Annual Catalogue Launch back in June.
My Thanks a Bunch card uses the gorgeous Celebrate Sunflowers Stamp Set ..
This is such a gorgeous set and who doesnt love Sunflowers?? The sentiments are perfect to whether you just want a simple hello or thank you or whether you want to have a more heartfelt message. You can purchase it now in my store or get it in a Bundle with the coordinating Dies and save 10%
For today I wanted a simple but meaningful Thank You so chose the Thanks a bunch sentiment …
I stamped the small Sunflower randomly around the edge of my card in Early Espresso Classic Ink then coloured with my Stampin Blends. I love how you can use our classic inks with the Stampin’ Blends without any fading or bleeding.
Colouring is my happy place and it’s such a joy to colour with the Stampin’ Blends. You get a great finished look with minimal effort. I chose to use Mango Melody and Daffodil Delight for my petals and the centres are done with So Saffron and Soft Suede Blends. For the leaves I used Old Olive and Soft Sea Foam.
Our Stampin’ Blends are now available in Combo Packs and we have new colours with the new Annual Catalogue! Check out all the Blends now!
To give my card a bit of character I used my Soft Suede marker to flick a few spots on. My card is finished off with a bow made with the Gold Thread from the Forever Greenery Ribbon Combo Pack and some Gold Gilded Gems
Thank’s so much ..
As you know so much has happened in my life since the end of May. Things, like posting my cards here on my blog, were put on the back burner. I am slowly getting back into some form of a routine. However I still some days are harder than others after the passing of my dear Dad.
Thank’s a Bunch to you for your continued support. Especially to those who still send me messages, emails and texts to check in on me! You dont know how those few words impact me and touch the bottom of my somewhat broken heart.