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Layered Sunflower Stencil Card

Hi card making friends.  Today I have a Layered Sunflower Stencil card to share with you.  When I saw this Layered Sunflowers Stencil last month in the Simon Says Stamp Just a Note release, I immediately ordered it, it’s so pretty.  I also fell in love with the Fresh Cut floral Stem and all the embossing folders, so I had a good little order on the go.  It takes so long for stuff to get here from there, that it’s like Christmas when you open a parcel, haha.  All these goodies fell out, so I decided to use them all on one card, LOL.  Maximum play time with new goodies.

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layered sunflower stencil card

I went back to my most favorite color scheme for this card, my turquoises and greens.  They are by far my favorites as you can tell.

Products used in the Layered Sunflowers Stencil Card:

The Layered Sunflowers Stencil

Simon Says Stamp 3D Embossing Folder – VINES

Fresh Cut Floral Stem die

Plant Sentiments stamp set from Simon Says Stamp

hand made card in blues and greens with stenciled sunflowers and die cut flower overlay created with new card making supplies from Simon Says Stamp

How to create the Layered Sunflowers Stencil Card:

Start with a piece of white Hammermill cardstock 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ and stencil the sunflowers across the entire surface.  When finished, use a white gel pen to add dots to the yellow centers of each flower.

Ink Used:

Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated Ink:  Sunbeam, Lemonade, Seafoam, Surf and Limelicious

Next, cut off the top 1-1/2″.

Then, with another piece of cardstock the same size, place it inside the Vines embossing folder and run it through the die cutting machine.

Finally, Use Tear Tape to attach the embossed piece to a A2 sized, top folding white card base (4-1/4″ x 11 – score and fold at 5-1/2″.

hand made card in blues and greens with stenciled sunflowers and die cut flower overlay created with new card making supplies from Simon Says Stamp

Layered Sunflowers Stencil Card – Putting it all together:

Start by attaching the stenciled card front over the embossed front.

Next, die cut three of the Fresh Cut Floral Stem dies.

Then, using blending brushes, add ink to the flowers:  Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated Ink:  Sunbeam, Lemonade, Seafoam, Surf and Limelicious.

Finally, stamp the sentiment in black, trim it out and add a black frame before attaching it to the center of the card front.  Then add the die cut flowers.

 

I love how this card turned out.  First, the colors are bright and vibrant and make me happy.  There is great texture to feel and and see, and the die cuts just finish it off perfectly.

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Card Making Supplies used for the Simon Says Stamp Layered Sunflowers Stencil card:

Here are the products I used today.  Compensated affiliate links used  where available at no cost to you.

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8 thoughts on “Layered Sunflower Stencil Card”

  1. Unique colours for sunflowers but I think they look gorgeous!
    I think the postal system worldwide needs some revamping!

  2. Absolutely stunning colours for sure Sandi, your cards are always delightful and so much pleasure to view.. your blog is always informative too x

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