Think Happy Thoughts – Glistening Sunflower in February

Hi! I’m very glad you stopped by. Today I have a Sunflower card to share with you.slide01slide02

slide03I used my NBUS STAMPlorations Happy Sunflower stamp.

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I stamped the sunflower in embossing ink and then heat embossed with Hero Arts (my new favorite) gold embossing powder.

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I painted the flower with my pink and orange Zigs.

    slide02I fussy cut the sunflower. The large bloom, set in the upper left corner of this card, was is inspired by Yulianna’s submission for “Chasing Mojo with Sweet Kobylkin”.slide05 I stamped the “stem” with the sentiment and heat embossed in gold.slide06I added a shimmery-pink gel pen line along the edge of two sides.

slide04I narrowly matted the white panel with another panel of orange cardstock.

slide03Finally, I added a white card base. slide07Thanks for stopping by!

Grace & Peace,
Melissa

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slide1_edited-1This card was chosen by Deidre for an HM at CASology!

Deidre said, “Melissa’s sunflower glistens in gold and the sentiment stem is genius! Great card.”

Thanks, Deidre!

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5 thoughts on “Think Happy Thoughts – Glistening Sunflower in February

  1. This is a glistening gorgeous “stunflower,” Melissa! I imagine it is even more magnificent IRL! Thank you so much for playing in my NBUS Challenge #9! I’m doing very well postop, considering, but I apologize for being so late to comment! Hugs, Darnell

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