My sunshine

by | Oct 5, 2017 | Fusion Card Challenge, Tuesday Throwdown | 6 comments

When one of my nephews was little (the one I talk about the most) I watched him daily while his mom was at work.  Ok, yes that is true for most of them on and off, but this one was more of a fulltime thing.  Back to the point, I would always sing to him, and this was what I considered his song because he was my sunshine.  He did always make me happy, he still does, except now he tells me he isn’t but I am pretty sure that comes with being nine.  I used Happy Days from Simon Says Stamps for the main design on this card.  The strips of paper come from all over, I love that I was able to raid my scrap box in order to make this card. I cut them into 1/4 inch strips and placed adhesive on the card and layed the strips down in my pattern then trimmed the edges, I then used a clouds embossing folder to emboss over the strips.  I placed my sun and stamped my sentiment to finish up.  I am submitting this card to Fusion Card Challenge: Sunshine on a Cloudy Day, and Tuesday Throwdown #363 Bundle of Joy (because my sunshine was a bundle of joy)

This is the sketch I used on this project:

These are the tools I used on this project:

6 Comments

  1. lisa M Christensen

    love the card! especially the parts that you used up some scraps! Your sunshine is so cute!

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  2. Rachelle Olaridge

    Such a pretty card. Love the details and colors. Thanks for your entry in our challenge at Tuesday Throwdown! Happy Crafting!

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  3. Elizabeth Stewart

    This card is super cute!

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  4. Sarah Marney

    Your card is so cute and fun! Love all the paper strips! Great use of your scraps! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown!

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  5. Becca Cruger

    Delightfully whimsical and oh-so-full of fun and cheer. I LOVE all of the hodgepodged patterns. Thanks for gracing the Fusion gallery with your art!

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  6. Karren Johnson

    Fabulous card! The strips of patterned paper look so cool! Thanks so much for joining us at Fusion.

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