Pretty Painted Harvest Sunflowers

Some card layouts are classic, and can be used with all kinds of stamp sets.  This pretty Painted Harvest Sunflowers card that I recently created at Jenn Tinline’s house, has a cute tag on the front, and was quick to create because of the repetitive stamping.

Painted Harvest is a three-step stamp set, which allows you to change the colour scheme to fit the occasion. Although sunflowers have had their day in Southern Ontario, the fall look of this card is still really current.  The leaves are still on the trees, we haven’t had a hard frost (although I badly want one to kill the allergens in the air!), and there’s no snow in sight.

Wendy's Little Inklings: Pretty Painted Harvest SunflowersWendy's Little Inklings: Pretty Painted Harvest Sunflowers

One word of caution… these cards look easy, are easy, but have a lot of stamping.  Be sure to give your hand and wrist a periodic break.  Your arm and shoulder will thank you as well, because it’s easy to get caught up in stamping, and not take that break.  You’ll notice it later when you sit down to do something else and there’s pain or stiffness.

The easiest way to have the Painted Harvest stamp set shipped directly to your door is place your Order Online.  Add the October Host CodeBBBQUXHU before checking out, and I will send you 10 Project Helper Guides at the end of the month.  Details can be found HERE.Wendy's Little Inklings October Online Host Code

So, what did I use to create these pretty Painted Harvest Sunflower cards for kids of all ages?

  • Spooky Cat Bundle: 144783, $26 (photopolymer stamp set)
  • Whisper White Card Stock: 100730, $11.25
  • Early Espresso Card Stock: 119686, $10
  • Crumb Cake Card Stock: 120953, $10
  • Early Espresso Classic Stampin’ Ink: 126974, $8.50
  • Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin’ Ink: 126944, $8.50
  • Crushed Curry Classic Stampin’ Ink: 131173, $8.50
  • Linen Thread: 104199, $6.25
  • Everyday Label Punch: 144668, $23.50
  • 1/8″ Handheld Circle: 134365, $11.75

Make sure that you have these stamps because although the seasons are changing, you’ll be able to use it in the upcoming holiday season and beyond, starting with these pretty Painted Harvest Sunflower cards!  Happy stamping:)

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