Club Scrap August Blog Hop & Linky Party: Sunflowers

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Hello, Kraftie Friends!!!

Welcome to Club Scrap August Blog Hop & Linky Party featuring the awesome Sunflowers Collection!

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If you came from Club Scrap's Blog (Karen's Post), you're in the right place! That's where you'll find the complete list, in case you get lost!
Your next stop is Kay's Blog!


I got carried away...so I have lots of projects...first up is a Digital Scrapbook Page, using elements from Sunflowers Digital Kit:


I use PicMonkey...just layer papers and embellishments...easy peasy! =)

And this kit is so awesome, you can get very different looks...check the cards:

Card #1: I used a printed paper and added some stamping. Sunflowers Fibers and Sunflowers Embellishment Pack Safety Pin on the left side. I added some Sunflowers Sparkle Stickers, colored with a yellow Copic marker.


Card #2: Printed paper and Sunflowers Embellishment Cutapart, plus a stamped die cut panel. Sunflowers Fiber on the side. I used Sunflowers Embellishment Pack Sunflower Button, colored with Copic markers. Then I added some Gold Glitter Dimensional Magic on button and the sunflower on the bottom right.


Card #3: Have you seen the August Technique Challenge - use Vintage/Sepia Colors? I used a printed paper that already has neutral hues, and added some Distress Stains (Tim Holtz) in the flower's center and leaves. I stamped "shine" from Sunflowers Jumbo Unmounted Stamps and added Sunflowers Fiber on the left.


Card #4: How about a more Clean and Simple (CAS) card? Simply stamp Sunflowers Jumbo Unmounted Stamps quote on a die cut panel, add some Sunflowers Washi TapeSunflowers Fiber, a Sunflowers Embellishment Pack Sunflower Button and some Dahlia White Jewel Dazzles.


Card #5: Now a little trick...if you don't have a silhouette stamp, simply stamp the image and color it in with a black marker! I used printed paper, added some stamps and watercolored it with All-Purpose Inks...



OK, that's all folks! Don't forget to go to Kay's Blog!
After you finish hopping, create your Sunflowers projects and link it up HERE...

Challenges...
Card #1:
1. Simon Says Wed: AGoes
2. Inspiration Destination #101: AGoes
3. Retarte #84: AGoes
4. Crafting From the Heart #125: AGoes

Card #2:
1. Word Art Wed #246-#247: AGoes
2. Die Cuttin' Diva's #281: AGoes
3. Crafty Sentiments Designs: Lots of Layers
4. Simon Says Work it Wed Aug 2016: Use stamps

Card #3:
1. Club Scrap August Technique Challenge: Vintage/Sepia Colors
2. Double D Neutrals

3. Dream Valley #139: Monochrome
4. Craft Your Passion #327: Always AGoes

Card #4:
1. Sunday Stamps #134: Banner Love!


2. Tuesday Throwdown #309: Clean and Simple
3. Less is More #291: Sticker, Sticky Label or Peel-Off
4. CASology #213: Stitch

Card #5:
1. Addicted to CAS #95


2.  Cupcake Inspirations #373


3. Addicted to Stamps and More #209: CAS


4. AAA Game #72: New to You Technique


5. Simon Says Mon It's a Stitch Up


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42 comments

  1. Awesome use of the digital kit and so many wonderful cards. yes, this kit is so inspiring.

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  2. Wow--what an incredibly clever and simple silhouette stamping idea! Love all of your projects this month!

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    1. I had one of those Doh! moments when I read that - what a good idea, black pen to make silhouette of a stamp.

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  3. "That's all, folks"? That's a whole bushel of great projects! Your cards have inspired me...and that silhouette stamping idea? So clever!

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  4. Love all your cards Lillian! The silhouette idea is really cool! Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

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  5. What a super range of creations! Great use of colour and design to make some really lovely art work. I love the clean lines and pops of colour on your entry to our challenge at Less is More - great job and thanks so much for playing with us this week!

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  6. Such clever techniques you've shared! I admire your attention to detail. Thanks for all the tips!

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  7. I love the silhouette stamping trick. I will certainly try that out. Very pretty cards!

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  8. WOW all of these cards are fabulous! Really love the 'neutral' card ... perfect for our challenge! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Neutrals’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.

    Darlene
    DOUBLE D Challenge Blog
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop in for a visit!

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  9. Lovely restful card and a great tip about how to achieve a silhouette stamped effect with a marker pen. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

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  10. Wow, you have been busy! Love your card designs. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  11. Wow - you were busy! Thanks for sharing - love the shadow effect!

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  12. Gorgeous cards and thank you for the tip,how to make silhouette...thank you for joining us at ATSM-CAS theme...hugs Željka

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  13. All lovely. The neutral one is my favorite.

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  14. Fantastic projects! I love your colors and designs, your fall creations are just perfect. Thanks for sharing with us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!

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  15. Wow! So much inspiration here, Lilian! I especially love the simplicity of your CASology card! The sentiment is in the spotlight and you've added a pop of color that really grabs my attention! :)
    Thanks so much for joining us over at CASology this week!

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  16. Gorgeous collection of cards, Lilian! I love how you created the background for your silhouette...it really makes the flowers pop on this card...so pretty! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

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  17. WOW! What a delightful and stunning collection of cards Lilian. All so bright and cheery. Love your take with the stickers and the silhouette technique is one to remember for sure! Thanks for playing along with us at Less is More and AAA Cards this week. Sarah

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  18. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations, good luck!!! Amy DT

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  19. Lovely work, thanks for sharing with Crafting from the Heart!

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  20. hello lilian! these are so very awesome, luvin the gorgeous sunflower...makes me want to smile real big...thanks for the inspiration! I am so glad you played along with us at
    sunday stamps!


    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  21. What a wonderful array of cards here! The sunflowers are delightful!! So glad you joined this week's Cupcake Inspirations Challenge!

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  22. What a fabulous selection of sunflower themed cards. Great work, Lilian. I must remember the silhouette tip! Loving the bold sentiment with the sunflower washi, lovely clean design.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  23. Wow, now that really is getting your money's worth from a stamp collection. You have made a fabulous selecton of beautiful cards. Thanks for joining in with our 'Lots of Layers' theme this week at Crafty Sentiments and good luck
    Eileen :)

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  24. Beautiful cards Lilian! Thank you for sharing with us at CASology this week!

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  25. What a gorgeous array of sunflower-themed cards! Your tip on creating our own silhouette stamp: ingenious! Thank you for sharing your creativity at Cupcake Inspirations!
    ~carol

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  26. stunning card
    thanks for playing with us at crafty sentiments
    hugs
    céline

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  27. So many beautiful cards! It was a pleasure to view your talent. Thanks for joining our CAS challenge at Tuesday Throwdown.

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  28. What an absolutely great post filled with so many amazing projects! I loved how you kept the flower-theme going, but each card was so unique and a stand-alone stunner! Sunflowers grown in abundance where I live, but it was lovely to see them highlighted artistically. I also really liked the look of the card with the black silhouette flowers and the bright color smeared behind them. Thank you so much for sharing such wonderful ideas with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  29. they are sets of adorable cards Lilian
    I love each of them
    so vibrant the sun flowers here
    love love love#
    thanks so much for playing with us at ATSM and Sundays Stamps
    hugs
    Monika

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  30. Hi Lilian - I saw your 5th card over at AAA cards and stopped by for a closer look. I love all your cards but I have to say your tip for creating a silhouette stamp with a black pen is a wonderful idea! I'm looking forward to trying it out - thanks for sharing!
    Helen x

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  31. What a beautiful set of cards, Lilian!

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  32. Wonderful cards! Nice job with the sketch on #4!

    Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps!

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  33. Beautiful cards Lillian! Love the silhouette!

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Thanks for all your lovely comments! They make my day! =)

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