Pink Sunflower & Bee Blossom Survivor Card

 


Hello my crafty friends!

Today I have another survivor card that I have created for you.  It is a simple 6" X 6" tent fold card with pink Sunflower and white Bee Blossom.  I love to do these cards each year just to let let someone know that there battle wasn't forgotten just because they survived.   NOW GO GET THOSE MAMMOGRAMS!!!

White 100# cardstock 6" X 12" scored at 6" fold on score line to create card base.

Pink cardstock was cut 5-3/4" X 5-3/4" adhered to card front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

White cardstock cut 5-1/2" X 5-1/2" cut then spritzed with water placed in 3D embossing folder (E3D-033  Beveled 3D Embossing Folder by Spellbinders used here) and run through machine.  Clear Double Sided Adhesive was used to attach to card front.

Spellbinders S5-525 Essential Diamond Dies from the Glimmer Greetings Collection was used for the sentiment and it's mat using the appropriate sizes for your sentiment.  Sentiment used on my card is from Ellen's Essentials Ellen Hutson Courage Stamp & Die Set which was a fundraiser for breast cancer research a few years ago.

Spellbinders Susan's Garden Sunflower S4-1177 from Garden Favorites Collection was used to create 1 Sunflower cut from Susan's Garden Specialty Paper and colored using a couple of shades of pink / red Copic markers then shaped using Susan's Garden Deluxe Tool Kit.  Susan has a YouTube video which can be found here

Spellbinders Susan's Garden Bee Blossom S3-445 from Garden Gate Collection was used for other flower.  From Susan's Specialty Paper I cut six flowers (enough for 2 stems) were cut, shaded and shaped.  Stems were cut 4 times from green cardstock as well as the leaves.  2 stems were adhered together with Bearly Art Glue to make a sturdier stem then shaded. Susan has a YouTube video for creating these which can be found here.

 Spellbinders Susan's Garden Eucalyptus S4-1079 Autumn Flora Release was cut from green cardstock shaded and shaped.  Susan's YouTube video can be found here

Flowers were added to card front using Kids Choice Glue.

Thanks for stopping by today and sure hope that I have inspired you to make a card for someone you know that is a Survivor of this awful disease.  I love doing it it really makes me feel good inside and hope that it makes the recipient feel good as well.  Please Please get those mammograms!

Thanks for stopping by today and until next time - Happy Crafting!

Christine


You only live once but if you live right once is enough!

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