Lisa here!  I am super excited to be guesting for Thermoweb this month!  And I’m excited to share with you a project using one of the new Toner Card Fronts from the Get Tropical pack and the Rina K Sending Sunshine Stamp and Stencil Set!

Sending Sunshine Card

I love the Toner Card fronts because it’s so easy to add foil for a fun, shiny background!  I used the Lily Pad Deco Foil to foil this one!

And then for a little extra sparkle and texture, I used the stencil from the Sending Sunshine Kit to add some Gina K Glitz Glitter Gel in Iridescent-my absolute favorite glitter gel because it adds a little something to any project.

I also stamped lots of the flowers from the Sending Sunshine stamp set in all kinds of colors including the centers.. easy with any stamp positioner you choose!

I embossed the stamen from the stamp set onto the flowers and then die cut them out with the coordinating dies (including a few of the leaves too).

You could easily use them just like this.  But I decided to add some more Glitz Glitter Gel to the center of the flowers with the stencil:

Super easy to line up if you pick one center petal that is very different (I picked the skinniest one) and always start with lining up that one.

Once everything was dry, I die cut a photo frame and arranged all of my flowers and leaves in and around the frame using various thicknesses of foam tape and glue; cutting a couple of the flowers in half and tucking them under the bottom of the frame.

Finally I stamped a sentiment from the Sending Sunshine set and popped it up on the bottom of the frame.

I have a quick video for you showing my process!  Nothing fancy… just a short for some inspiration!

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed it!  I’ll be sharing my projects over on Instagram all month where you’ll find lots of Thermoweb inspiration!  You can find me here!  And come again soon for more awesome projects!

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1 Comment on Sending Sunshine Card for Flower Week

  1. amy tsuruta
    June 7, 2022 at 8:14 am (6 months ago)

    Oh so fun!