You Are My Sunshine – The Card Concept 38

Hello there and welcome to another challenge from The Card Concept!! The inspiration photo is amazing…I can’t wait to see what you do with it!!

You Are My Sunshine - Card Concept 38cI L-O-V-E daisies so this challenge brings a smile to my face! I interpreted the challenge literally and tried to think of ways to use a daisy in a clean and graphic card. When I think of graphic, I think of repeated images, so…

You Are My Sunshine - Card Concept 38bThat’s exactly what I did! I stamped Versamark Ink onto Fog card stock and then heat embossed the daisies with white embossing powder, one at a time. I used a mask to help me stamp without overlapping. I then stamped the flower centers with Versamark Ink as well and then heat embossed them with Crushed Curry embossing powder. A simple sentiment punched out with my new washi tape punch, a coordinating layer of Crushed Curry card stock complete my clean and graphic card!

You Are My Sunshine - Card Concept 38aThis new stamp set called Garden in Bloom by Stampin’ Up! is so much fun, I know I will get a lot of use from it!!

Well, that’s it for me, I can’t wait to see your creations!!

Please be inspired by the designs from the rest of The Card Concept design team, they are soooo talented!

Wishing you joy and blessings!

Products Used:

Cardstock: Stamper’s Select White by Papertrey Ink; Fog by Simon Says Stamp; Crushed Curry by Stampin’ Up!

Pattern Paper: Designer Series Paper Stack (Regal) by Stampin’ Up!

Ink: Versamark Ink

Stamps:   Garden in Bloom and Over the Rainbow (for sentiment) by Stampin’ Up!

Dies: Envelope Liner Die by Stampin’ Up!

Tools:  Washi tape Punch by Stampin’ Up!

Embellishments: None



    • Shannon Jaramillo says:

      Thank you so much Michelle! You made my day! I used Stampinb’ Up!’s Garden in Bloom for the daisies and Over the Rainbow for the sentiment. Thanks so much for stopping by!!!

  1. Ellen Hinds says:

    What a beautiful card. I love it, You did an amazing job not it. Thank you for giving us the wonderful details of how you did this lovely card. Ellen Hinds

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