Today we are making an easy sunflower handmade card using Stampin' Blends. It's a fun card that comes together quickly, but it looks like you spent a ton of time making it.
Sunflowers and daisies are my most favorite flowers. I love sunflowers and can't get over how big they get. So it only makes sense that I love to make cards using sunflowers.
Before we get to the card, let me share the supplies with you.
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For this project today, I used the woodgrain pattern from the By The Bay paper pack. It's a 2″ strip of patterned paper, so from one sheet, you can make 3 of these cards – making it a total win in my book!
Isn't this so pretty? That little touch of patterned paper makes a HUGE difference!
And let me show you these layers…
Look at all that texture going on! Between the woodgrain look, the natural fibers of the linen thread, the depth you get with this stamp set and the use of Stampin' Blends, you just want to touch this card and run your fingers over the top.
Like I said before, it looks like this card takes a ton of time, but it was done in less than 15 minutes!
The Video Tutorial
I made you a video of how easily this card comes together. My hope with this video is that you see for yourself how easy and fun this card is to make and that you are inspired to try it yourself. That you order the supplies and dive in!
Thank you so much for being here today. Leave me a comment and let me know what you think! See you in the next project. XOXO, Meg