Serendipity Stamping / Celebrate Sunflowers / Thank You

Monday, September 12, 2022

Kylie Bertucci's  International Blog Highlights Contest

It's time for the next challenge in Kylie's International Blog Highlights where the theme is "Thank You", and projects voted in the top 10 go on to participate in Kylie's Winners Highlights Hop later in the month.

Don't forget, voting is only open for one week and I would love it if you could pop on over to Kylie's blog to vote for me and while there, vote for your other four favorite cards. Click the below button to head over to Kylie's blog:

  • I’m excited to participate again in Kylie’s International Blog Highlights with my Pocket Fold card.
  • I hope you’ll take time to vote for up to five of your favorite cards from the highlights. (Hopefully including mine!)
  • Just click: VOTE FOR MY CARD! then select my card by clicking the heart on the upper right of the photo.
  • You’ll know you’ve voted for it when the heart turns red.
  • The top ten winners based on your votes will be able to participate in the actual International Blog Hop at the end of the month.
  • One of my goals this year is to make it into the top ten at least once!

I created this card after receiving August's Paper Pumpkin. It was so inspiring that i had to pull out my Celebrate Sunflower bundle and play. Serendipity Stamping is one of my favorite techniques featuring Celebrate Sunflowers and Nature’s Harvest in the 2022-2023 Annual Catalogue. This card was inspired by Lisa Freeman.

This card is created with the Serendipity technique. I stamped the large Sunflower stamp in daffodil delight stamping off 2 times in each corner of the 8 ½" x 11", added the Coneflower in Rich Razzleberry and stamped off once, added the leaves in Old Olive and the blob stamp stamped off in Balmy Blue. 

I then cut 4 pieces 4" x 5 ¼" to make 4 card fronts, adhered them with Tombow glue

to Crushed Curry Cardstock and Blackberry Bliss Cardstock. Added Rich Razzleberry Ribbon and the Let's Celebrate You sentiment stamped in Rich Razzleberry. One of the front pieces I cut too short so I pivoted and fixed it by creating a half front and a Fun Fold. Mistakes are just opportunities for creativity. 

Thanks for reading my blog. Happy Stamping ⚓

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