Thursday, 18 February 2010

A summery sunflower for a happy birthday


I've used a bit of summer sun today to try and counteract the miserable weather we're having at the moment. Hope it's better where you are. We've had a combination of sleet, light snow and freezing fog for the last couple of days.

Just hope that I can also spread a bit of sunshine at the workshop I'm giving tonight and that we don't get snowed in!


Recipe
Stamp sets: A Flower for all Seasons, Occasional Greetings
Cardstock: Summer Sun, Whisper White, Old Olive, Certainly Celery
DSP: Pink Flamingo
Ink: Black Stazon, Always Artichoke, Markers
Punches: 1-3/8" Circle, 1" Circle, 3/4" Circle, Corner Rounder
Other: Mat Pack, Paper Piercer

The sunny circles were punched, matted and then arranged around my stamped image and the whole set raised on dimensionals. I used my stamp-a-ma-jig to position the sentiment around the corner.

Take care and keep warm.

Sara xx

3 comments:

Clare said...

What a ray of sunshine - just what we need.
I love how you have added the sentiment.
Clare x

Elizabeth said...

Oh that is such a lovely design Sara - I may have to CASE you again! It is so dark here I can't seem my keyboard - so a bit of sunshine is just what I need!

Linby said...

how simple and clever - really nice card- especially the placing of the sentiment.
Linbyx