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Sunflowers

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Hello, Boy was I excited when I saw this gorgeous photo for our Photo Week at Just Us Girls.  Who doesn’t love sunflowers…am I right?  I knew I had this gorgeous Gina K. sunflower stamp just waiting to be colored in my studio.  It’s not my stamp, but one I stamped when I was visiting my friend Barb this past summer.  It’s always fun perusing your friend’s collections and bringing them back home to use on future cards. Before I go I need to say thanks to Janet Ribet for being with us this month! You were a joy to have on board and do amazing work.

Have a great day and hope to see you at Just Us Girls. Who knows you may be our next guest!! Nanc’

Card Details:  Gina K-Sunflower and sentiment, Brick Wall EF-SU, MFT rectangles- both stitched and scalloped, Copic markers.

11 thoughts on “Sunflowers

  1. Great coloring on your pretty sunflower. Very pretty card.

  2. I love this sunflower stamp and you colored it perfectly too. Great card design.

  3. Picture perfect sunflower, Nancy. I love it layered with the green and yellow.

  4. One of my fav sunflower stamps colored perfectly – love your take on the challenge photo! Just GORGEOUS!!!

  5. I can see the sun bouncing off of this beautiful,sunflower. Love those spots of white that you left, very real looking. Love your whimsical background too. All together a fabulous fun card.

  6. What a super pretty sunflower! I love your paper layering! Great job with the inspiration photo!

  7. Simpleeeeeeeeeee stunning sunflower Nancy. Beautiful layout.

  8. Your sunflower is amazing with your perfect coloring bringing it to life! Love your layout with that patterned paper and the embossed striped piece.

  9. WOW! Swooning over this crisp, fresh gorgeous card! The sunflower is stunning; the background, striking! Love x love this!
    hugs~carol

  10. Such a pretty card! I love the layering you did here. The embossed panel, the pretty pattern paper, and the scalloped edges on the main panel give such interest. And of course the coloring on that pretty sunflower!

  11. Wonderful colouring and I love how you matched the papers. I never seem to be good at that.
    Love
    Ela

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