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Copic Coloring - Beautiful Blooms - Sunflower Window Card

Hello cardmakers! Meg here, with a quick and easy, dimensional sunflower window card. This card features the Beautiful Blooms - Sunflower stamp set and Scalloped Stitched Stacked Rectangle Dies.

To start, I die cut 2 panels from white cardstock using the largest of the scalloped rectangle dies. I then used the scalloped circle die (which I purchased on Amazon), from the center of one of the panels. The other, solid panel, was then stamped with the sunflower image using  Copic marker friendly ink. (I used Hero Arts - Intense Black Hybrid Ink).

I colored the sunflower using the following Copic marker colors: Y11, Y06 and Y18. To color the leaves I used my favorite green combination: YG03, YG17 and YG67.

I then stamped the sentiment, "Wishing you a sweet bithday,' from the Spendid Roses clear stamp set. I stamped it on the bottom of the solid white panel with the die cut circle. I added dimensional foam tape behind that panel and adhered it directly on top of the colored sunflower - making a window, of sorts.

To finish off the card, I added some Baby Blanket sequins and added some yellow gemstomes to the silver flower shaped sequins. I also, added dot detail to the center of the sunflower using Copic Spica Atyou glitter pens in the colors Sand and Chocolate. The photos do not capture this glitter detail well, unfortunately.

Thank you for visiting the Kennedy Grace Creations blog!

~Meghan Shea
IG: meghanshea3377
FB: chloeandphoebecrafts

Love and Laughter,


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