Sending sunshine for a beautiful birthday

After almost a week of heavy rain, the sun is out and to top it all off I get to create a sunny card! My card will be the entry for this week’s Global Design Project theme challenge.

What an wonderful challenge!

(Click on the images for a Supply List and full instructions)

A little sunshine goes a long way – I had to go for a sunny card!

Now would be the perfect opportunity to remind you of Stampin’Up!’s Designer Series Paper Sale – 15% off selected DSP packs until the 3rd of August 2021! No wonder I used two different DSP packs for this card! Both the Hand-Penned DSP and the You’re a Peach DSP are discounted!

The fine detail of the circle label really adds to this embellishment!

Tip! A little patience will definitely help when creating a paper rosette. Patience, Stampin’Up!’s Simply Scored Scoring Tool and the Silicone Craft Sheet. The rosette on my card has a diameter of 5.5cm and this a good size for a standard card front. The smaller circle label from the Tasteful Labels Dies worked beautifully with the Yellow pattern paper from the Hand-Penned Designer Series Paper to create the sun embellishment for my card.

Start with a strip of paper measuring 30.5cm x 2.5cm (12″ x 1″), score at every 1/4″. Adhere the ends after folding to create a zigzag effect. I cut two of the smaller labels from the Tasteful Labels Dies for the centers – this keeps the rosette inplace and creates a centre for the sun embellishment.

Warning! There is definite potential to glue your fingers together.

I think this card will definitely brighten the recipients day!

As always thank you for dropping by!

If you see anything you like or a product that might make your crafting easier , the ‘Shop’ button in the menu will take you to my online store. For more information about joining Stampin’Up! as a demonstrator (and for the best deal on the planet) you can go HERE.

Take care!

Melodie X

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