Everyone can use a little Sunshine on a cloudy day.
This simple card is made with stamps and dies from The Maker’s Movement*.
The card uses a little subtle play with different patterns.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for The Maker’s Movement*. I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas. The view and opinions are my own.
Materials Used: (*affiliate links)
- M13415 Cloudy Day 6″ x 6″ Paper Pad*
- M13422 Stacking Flowers Die*
- MOD286 Nested Scalloped Circle Frames*
- MSD215 Hello Sunshine Stamp & Die Set
- Crossover II Die-Cutting System*
- Cardstock: White, Pale Yellow, Grey, and Silver
- 3D Thin Foam Squares*
- Xyron Tape Runner*
- Xyron Creative Station®*
- Glitter Enamel Adhesive Dots
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- I die-cut pieces using the Stacking Flowers Die out of yellow patterned paper from the Cloudy Day paper pad.
- The flower was assembled using 3D Thin Foam Squares*.
- I used the “Hello Sunshine Stamp & Die Set” for the sunshine layers on the bottom of the card.
- I also used the “Hello Sunshine Stamp & Die Set for the small banner with the stamped words “sending you”.
- My favorite tip for die-cutting small or thin pieces is to add a layer of adhesive using a Xyron Creative Station®* before die-cutting.
This card was fast and easy to assemble and is sure to brighten up anyone’s day.