Saturday, September 28, 2019

Just Us Girls #507 - Photo Week

Hello friends!  It's Photo Week at Just Us Girls and Maria chose this beautiful photo.
I love sunflowers (take a look at my blog header!).  I pulled out this sunflower set from Right at Home.  It's a layering stamp set with six different stamps just for the sunflower!  The leaves are a two step stamp.  I stamped the block print in a light color to ground the image.  The happy sentiment was die cut and layered over the stamped sentiment.  I added yellow crystals for sparkle.
I'm also entering this in the CAS(E) this Sketch challenge.
You can see more from the JUGs design team and our September guest on the JUGs blog.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps:  Suflower (RAH), Block Print (Altenew), Bitty Birthday Wishes (MFT)
Paper:  Recollections white, desert storm, dark brown
Ink:  Tiara, sauna, tiki torch, mandarin spice, green tea, eucalyptus, icing on the cake (C. Pooler); sand dunes (Altenew)
Accessories:  Stitched rectangle (MFT), sunflower dies (RAH), happy die (SSS), crystals, craft foam 


LeAnne said...

I LOVE this...look how detailed that sunflower is! It's amazing against that neutral background too! Just stunning!

Macimbalo said...

Love the background for your gorgeous sunflower! Beautiful card!

Maria - Artsy Oils said...

What an awesome Sunflower! I love it! Great layout. Fantastic job with this weeks challenge.

Nancy said...

Such a pretty sunflower Lisa!! Love the block print and the mix of sentiment textures too! Such a great card!

Bobby said...

I love all the frilly petals on your sunflower, Lisa. It makes it more realistic and the colors you stamped are wonderful. I love that background too.

Ina G said...

Love the neutral tones you used here Lisa and how beautiful that layered sunflower is.

Sue VanDeVusse said...

That sunflower is gorgeous and you have stamped it in the perfect colors and shades. I love that soft background as well.

cm said...

Echoing the others: gorgeous sunflower! The block print: perfect background! Love this!


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