Saturday, July 25, 2020

Celebrate Sunflowers




Thanks So Much for stopping by!

Welcome, for those who are here for the first time, 
my name is Annette Ball I am an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Canada 

I am so thrilled to be a part of the Ink . Stamp . Share Blog Hop!
Today's Theme is Celebrate.

I chose to use a Stamp set called Celebrate Sunflowers.  I have become quite obsessed with it and it has some great sentiments.  
While these cards look a little Fall like, I feel like they could be used for pretty much any celebration; Anniversary, Birthday and more...

Hope you enjoy my card.










I really hope you enjoy my card today. All the items I used can be found in my online store.  My shop is open to all Canadians per Stampin' Up! Policy  Please contact me if you need any help or want more info on this card by leaving a comment below. 

Happy Stampin’



28 comments:

  1. Lovely sunflower cards! One of my favorite stamp sets!

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  2. Beautiful cards, stunning in the pink, thank you so much for hopping with us x

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  3. I love your creations...so beautiful with great coloring.

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  4. Beautiful card, love the pink colourway. x

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  5. eek love all of your card, maybe loving the pink sunflower a little more though! but only because im a sucker for pink lol!! thanks for sharing and hopping with us this month.

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  6. Can you tell me the colors you used for the pink sunflower? I really love how this card looks. It is very beautiful. Thanks for sharing any tips or tricks to get this sunflower to look as pretty as yours.
    Sincerely,
    Bonnie

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    1. It is actually Calypso Coral...I used a sponge dauber and was heavier towards the middle and lighter to the outer petals

      Thanks so Much for stopping by!!

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  7. Hi Annette, I love your beautiful cards! My question is the same as Bonnie Russell's which is I hope you will share the colors you used and any tips.

    Thank you! Joanie

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    1. It is actually Calypso Coral...I used a sponge dauber and was heavier towards the middle and lighter to the outer petals

      Thanks so Much for stopping by!!

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  8. I love your card, I also like to use 'non-standard' colours, so a pick sunflower is right up my alley :-)

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  9. Love the wood background. Pink sunflower looks gorgeous

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