Monday, August 23, 2021

August Stamp and Chat Class Cards #1

Two weeks ago I shared here on my blog, four cards made with the Sharing Sunshine stamp set. (Check out those posts, too.) Today's and tomorrow's posts are the final two cards I made using this stamp set. 

Today's card was one of six I offered at this past weekend's Stamp and Chat classes that I have monthly in my home. We had a blast with 10 ladies spread over three sessions. I'll be sharing the other cards this week here.

This card's layout was cased from Hammond and Penny, but I changed it up a bit to be able to use the Stamparatus for the Biggest Wish stamp set words and changed up the color scheme. It is so awesome to be able to switch out the plates of the Stamparatus and set your stamps wherever you want them to go! My customers love the ease of getting precise stamping every time!

Here's my sunflowers in my garden, so no wonder I wanted to make some cards like sunflowers!

Here's the materials you need to make this card:

Sharing Sunshine Stamp Set
Pale Papaya Card base 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", scored at 4-1/4"
Polished Pink layer 4" x 5-1/4"
Basic White Layer 3-3/4" x 5"
Stamparatus with Biggest Wish stamp set
Polished Pink and Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Retired Art Gallery Designer Series Paper (but you can us whatever orangy paper you have)
Large Daisy Punch - punch two, attach together with glue dots 
Old Olive cardstock cut twice with retired Lily Pad Dies, use glue dots to stick the two stems together and trim the upper set of leaves to fit behind the sun face
Basic White 1-1/2" square for face
Daffodil Delight Ink
1-1/4" Circle Punch or Circle Die
Polished Pink and Memento Tuxedo Black Ink for face
Dimensionals to raise face from petals

Give this card a try, it is so cheery and you can change up the words in the Biggest Wish stamp set for a wide variety of occasions that you may need. 

I'd love to read your comments about this card, just click below.

Have a fabulous SUNNY day!

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