Celebrate Sunflowers Sneak Peek

Updated: Dec 13, 2020

Introducing Stampin' Up!'s new Celebrate Sunflower Bundle, which will be available for purchase on June 3. This beautiful bundle comes with 2 sunflower stamps (one small, and the other is big and bold). The die set comes with a multi-layered die to create a stunning sunflower. I have not been able to put this bundle down, and have already come up with several different cards. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

This card features the flower that you can create with the layered die that comes with this bundle. I just can't get over how beautiful it is, and how many different options you have with this. You could create a different color flower as well, giving it more of a wildflower or daisy look.

I have incorporated a couple of the new in-colors from the new Stampin' Up! catalog, and Magenta Madness is one of them. The green sprig is also another named Just Jade. I adorned this with the new honeybee enamel dots, also available on June 3. What do you think you could create with this bright and bold stamp set?

For this card, I used the large Sunflower stamp and added some color with my Stampin' Blends markers. These are alcohol ink markers, that allow you to layer colors and add depth to any picture that needs color. The base and mat under the stamped image are also made with the new Honeybee in color, and I matted the base with a piece of the new In color Designer Series Paper. The color is Misty Moonlight. This card is fairly simple to put together, and a great idea for anyone just beginning in stamping.

This card features a piece of the new Flowers For Every Season DSP (Designer Series Paper), and I love how it has turned out! The bow is tied with the new Just Jade gingham ribbon you can purchase with the Flowers For Every Season Ribbon Combo Pack. This ribbon is everything and more that I look for in ribbon. It lays flat, and is easy to manipulate in any which way you desire. I love the look and feel of this ribbon, and would suggest it to anyone!

This card also features a label I made with the new Lovely Labels Pick a Punch. The punch allows you to cut paper strips from 1/2"-3/4" and make 6 different kinds of labels. I love this new punch, and look forward to incorporating it in many more projects that follow.

This card was stamped using a handmade-mask and the smaller sunflower stamp in the new Celebrate Sunflower Bundle by Stampin' Up! This card was a lot of fun to make, and I really love the look of it. I used my Stampin' Blends' markers to color the sunflowers on the card, placed a stamped sentiment made with the layered circles die set. Last but not least, I adorned it with a bow made from the new In-Color Misty Moonlight.

I cannot state too many times how amazing this ribbon is! It looks amazing on anything you create, and is very easily managed. The sentiment has also been stamped in the new MIsty Moonlight Ink.

Here is an envelope that I stamped and colored with the smaller sunflower stamp. I made it to coordinate with the card above, however, it would easily coordinate with any of the card images displayed. I love the look of this envelope, and cannot wait to put it in the mailbox to one of my favorite people!

I used the large sunflower stamp image for this card, and cut it out using the coordinating die. I stamped the base of the card (made with thick whisper white cardstock) with the larger leaf image, and placed the flower over the stamped leaves with some dimensionals.

This card was super quick, and super easy to make. I adorned it with the new honeybee enamel dots that will be released on June 3 with the new 2020-2021 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.

If you do not have a catalog on order, you will definitely want to reserve one now. It is packed full of new products, and pictures of paper crafts to inspire you to let your creative juices start flowing. To order a FREE copy of the new Stampin' Up! 2020-2021 Annual Catalog Click HERE.

I have attached a YouTube video below for your viewing if you please. Have an amazing day today!! Thank you so much for stopping by, and visiting with me. It has been a real pleasure having you today!

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