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June 23, 2010

Multi Step Sunflowers

Happy Wednesday, I hope you're having a good day!  Yes, another late post from me, I wanted to include a video to show you how I stamped the Multi Step Sunflowers from Kitchen Sink Stamps, and wouldn't you know it, the weather wasn't cooperating, so be sure to turn your volume up tad when you watch the video.

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I used Basic Grey Basics paper in Kraft and Vanilla for my pattern paper, using a marker to add color to the Vanilla paper to coordinate with my Sunflower.  After stamping my image, I cut the panel with Spellbinders Circle Dies, then layered on a Chocolate Circle.   Added some Olive Seam Binding and a great button from the Accoutrement Line by Tim Holtz.

Video for the Visual Stamper

Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Sunflower
Card Stock - Chocolate, White, Curry
Ink - Olive, Summer Sun, Cocoa, Curry Marker
Other - Seam Binding, Button, 1/4" Circle Punch, Glaze Gel Pen, Spellbinders Circle Dies, Glue Dot, Scallop Edge Punch

Color recipe:
Leaves #2 Olive, #1 Olive stamp off, #3 Olive
Stem  #2 Olive, #1 Olive stamp off 2x's, #3 Olive, #4 Olive
Sunflower #2 Summer Sun, #1 Summer Sun stamp off, #3 Summer Sun, #4 Cocoa stamp off, #5 Cocoa


Gerrie Johnnic said...

Wow, another amazing video and card! I better hurry and shop!

Terry said...

Beautiful Lisa! Your last couple of videos have made it look like a piece of cake to do all the steps! I just ordered the butterflies - which are hopefully not the most difficult to do!! Love what you do with these!!!

Linda Carson said...


Basement Stamper said...

Gorgeous card, love the yellows & greens.

BarbaraW said...

Lisa, your card is beautiful. You have such a talent for layering, and of course, your image is wonderful. Your videos are great. That's a lot of work. No more sales please, I've run out of money and I've almost run out of stamps to buy.

Tenia Nelson said...

Very pretty card!! Thanks for sharing!!

Leigh said...

Gorgeous Lisa, just gorgeous. Fabulously stamped as usual.

Suzanne C said...

Love your flower cards with the tutorials. Very beautiful!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OH My--I love this card! I just love the entire thing! That ribbon and bow---lush:) And I like watching your videos! Beautiful:)

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