Mixed Bunch Summer Flower

Oops!  If you visited my blog early this morning, you got a sneak peek of this post because I accidentally had a draft version (with pictures and no text) scheduled to publish early in the morning and I completely forgot I had done that. 🙂

But, I’m not sad to have shared this card.  This is another card we will be making at my Card Stash class today.  I loved the bright colors and wanted something to help welcome summer in.

 

This card was inspired by a card showcased in the Stampin’ Success this month by Laura Haffke.  I’ve talked with some folks about joining Stampin’ Up! and often here people interested but hesitating because “I’m not creative enough”.  Well this is proof that Stampin’ Up! provides lots of inspiration for you.  Stampin’ Success is a monthly magazine sent to all demonstrators, whether you are building a business or just ordering for yourself and wanted a discount, and in it are tons of project samples and technique ideas.  A similar was shown and so I took my favorite elements and then changed it up to make it my own.

So, wherever you are… have a warm and sunny friday (though not too warm if you are in the midwest of the US!)

 

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Mixed Bunch Summer Smooches Card Recipe
Stamps: Mixed Bunch, Curly Cute
Ink: Real Red, Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade
Paper: Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, Summer Smooches dsp
Accessories: Blossom punch, 1″ circle punch, oval punch, crimper, stampin dimensionals

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