Hello! I’ve had this wonderful Sunflower Wreath die set for a while and finally sat down to create a sunflower card in a square format. To bring it to life, I’ve added dimension and lifted some of the flowers up. Let me show you how I made this card so you can recreate one too!
For the wreath, I die-cut all the sunflowers with yellow cardstock, and their centers with kraft cardstock five times. Then I layered them and secured them with a combination of the Adhesive Dots Mini and Small sizes.
Next, I die-cut the wreath die in white cardstock to make three wreaths. Set these wreath elements to the side and let’s work on coloring the card panel.
With a 5.25-inch white cardstock square, blending Prize Ribbon ink with a medium-size ink blending brush. Next, splash and mist water on the panel to distress. Set aside to dry.
Cut a 5.5-inch yellow cardstock square and create a top-fold 5.75-inch square kraft card base. Mat the inked card panel to the yellow square panel with the E-Z Runner® Ultra Strong. Note: using this adhesive will secure the inked panel flat as it was warped from the water. I popped up the layered panel to the card base by cutting up leftover 3D Foam Creative Sheets.
Stack and adhere the three white wreaths with the Dual Tip Glue Pen.
Stamp and die-cut a sentiment from the Simple Strips – Friendship Stamp & Die Set on kraft cardstock and Blue Ribbon ink. Apply a 3D Foam Strips White on the back and place it on the card front for some pop.
I hope you enjoyed this On My Mind Sunflower Card project. I appreciate you stopping by! Thank You!
Creative Time: 40 minutes
Skill Level: Intermediate
Home Hobby by 3L®
Dual Tip Glue Pen
Other: Sunflower Wreath Die Set: Craft Fancy; Simple Strips – Friendship Stamp n Die Set: Taylored Expressions; Distress Oxide Ink in Blue Ribbon and Water Mister: Ranger Ink; My Sweet Petunia (MISTI); White, Yellow and Kraft Cardstock; Scissors; Die-Cutting Machine
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