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More Sunflower

June 25, 2020

Yesterday on my Facebook Live, I shared my usual Beginner, Casual and Avid stamper cards.  Today I am going to give you the rundown on the Avid card I shared.  I stamped the Sunflower from the Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set onto the lower left hand corner of Whisper White card using Crushed Curry ink.  I stamped the same image onto copy paper and cut it out.  I added a little re-positional glue onto the back of the copy paper image and placed it over the stamped image. With the mask in place, I stamped the single leaf image from the Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set once onto the top left hand corner of the card.  I also stamped one leave onto the lower right hand corner of the flower, placed a post-it-note mask over the stamped leaf and stamped the leaf again.  I cut the detailed sunflower from Crushed Curry card using the co-ordinating Sunflower Die. After removing the masks from the stamped image I attached the detailed die image over the top and trimmed away any of the die overhanging the Whisper White card. I attached the stamped card to Basic Gray card and then scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  I stamped the greeting from the Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Basic Gray ink.  I fussy cut the greeting before attaching it to the card front.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the sunflower image from the Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set onto the lower left hand corner using Crushed Curry ink.  I covered the stamped image with the mask and stamped the single leaf image using Old Olive ink.

Just to show you the difference, here are all three cards together.  Simple, Casual and Avid.  Same layout, just slightly stepped up each time.

I love how they turned out.  Why not let me know which one you think is the best.

Bye for now,

Kris

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