Sunflowers Thank You

Alrighty, Coming in with one more card I made today –

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For this card I stamped Watercolor Garden stamps from SU! in Summer Sun and then “rock & roll”ed in More Mustard. Close to Cocoa for my centers and  Garden Green for stems and leaves. did some masking to create my bouquet and I fussy cut around my flowers and put foam mounting tape on them before putting them on the front of the card!! Tied a twine bow around and added a stamped Thanks – also in Close to Cocoa ink!!

Linking up to these challenges:

Always Playing with Paper The Challenge # 36 {Theme Challenge – Celebrating Teachers}

May Theme Challenge

I used the sunflowers in the picture as the focal point for this card!!

Make My Monday Challenge Use Kraft Card

My flowers are on a kraft card base – hope that counts!!!

SSS Simon Monday Challenge Challenge: Thank You

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Well, I hope you have enjoyed the cards I made today – THANKS SO MUCH for popping in!!

18 thoughts on “Sunflowers Thank You

  1. 1
    Patti J. says:

    Girl, you are a creative machine! Another one? You are amazing! I haven’t rock and rolled in eons! Must remember to do that. Thanks for reminding me! Your cad is so sweet…who wouldn’t love finding this in their mailbox? Hugs!

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    Pat (mspfd) says:

    Love sunflowers. What a wonderful thank you card!

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    LC says:

    Three wonderful cards in one day, WOW!!! This one is so sunny and cheery! Who doesn’t love sunflowers? Very pretty!

  4. 4
    Mynn xx says:

    So pretty, Taunya! I LOVE those blooms–fab fussy cutting, too! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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    Cheryl W says:

    I love to “rock ‘n’ roll” my stamps! Love your cheery flowers.

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    Carol S says:

    Love you kraft card Taunya and the sunflowers are so beautiful and cheery!

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    Michele F says:

    Taunya!!! I’m so happy to pop in to thank you for both of your darling cards in The Challenge gallery this week!!! You are always too kind – but I look forward to every comment…
    =] Michele

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    jerrie says:

    Taunya, your card is beautiful!! Love sunflowers and how they turn their little stems to follow the sun. They are such a happy flower!!

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    Nora says:

    LOVE those sunflowers. I also like how you cut them out and placed them on the Kraft paper. Such a happy card!!

  10. 10

    Another great teacher card. Very pretty flowers using the rock n roll technique! Thanks for playing again at The Challenge!

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    Joyce M. says:

    What a fantastic card. I am going to go over all your posts that I missed when I was busy with my daughter’s graduation, but will have to skip the comments or I will never catch up! Just know that I was here admiring your beautiful creations and I will hopefully be back to a regular schedule next week.

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    Lisa Swift says:

    This is like having a freshly picked bouquet, but in paper form. Beautiful job with the color. I love how you popped the flowers off the card to give them dimension and added in the bit of twine. Sweet, sweet card! :)

  13. 13

    Love the sunflowers! Perfect card with all the sunshine we are finally getting!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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    Virginia L. says:

    Beautifully done! Love the image and the way you used them on kraft card stock is perfect!

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    Miriam Prantner says:

    Loving the rock and roll on the flowers and how the image really stands out against the kraft!

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    KT Fit Kitty says:

    Very pretty! The sunflowers are beautiful and I love the kraft! My kraft cardstock is almost gone but I found a pad of patterned kraft in my stash and the B side is plain so now I have kraft again.

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    Darnell says:

    You were on a roll, Taunya! I love all three cards that you posted today! In fact, like your girlies, they made my heart happy!! Hugs, Darnell

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    c says:

    Sunflowers…happy sighs in seeing these! You’ve sparked a memory of the huge (because we were kids at the time), towering sunflowers that grew in my grandparents’ garden in northern Alberta; some had heads the size of pie plates! One year, my grandfather showed us how to make our own sunflower seeds, soaking them in saltwater, roasting them in a slow oven and adding a bit more salt when they were done. Oh my, but they were delicious! As you can imagine: love x love your card. More happy thoughts!
    Hugs~c

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