When I saw Impression Obsession’s challenge for the end of June, I knew just what I was going to do. The challenge theme of Sending Sunshine is at the heart of the inspirational cards I want for the Safelight Project 2019. If you don’t know about that, click on Safelight link to see how your sunshine cards can help. Anyway, the theme certainly applies to the stamps I have, so I got out some sunshine yellow papers and began playing with paper.
This paper looked like golden rays in a gentle breeze. I added golden cording to the side, looping it under the yellow paper. The green dot horizontal paper will anchor the main motif.
Nothing sends sunshine like an adorable puppy! This precious stamp is called Darby Love, and is also available from Impression Obsession without the heart, called Darby. Choose the cling mount to save over $3. Isn’t he just too stinkin’ cute?
Inside a sentiment to spread sunshine to a person who needs support.
You know, cardmaking is like eating potato chips, you can’t stop with just one. So, I made a second card with another sunny theme using a sky blue cardstock base, yellow paper that reminded me of the sun, an anchor strip of pretty flowers, and a framed sentiment. The little bee buzzing around is a sticker.
Then, a third design with Darby Love and some sunny yellow flowers.
And one more, using a pre-embossed cardstock, with the Amazing sentiment and a little bee buzzing around the flowers.
Donations are still needed for the Safelight project. We are about 1/4 of the way to the goal, so to make it easier I’ve done a Donate to Safelight Link on Paypal. You can check out as a guest with a credit/debit card or by using your Paypal account. Just fill in the amount you’d like, $5 will fund 1/2 of one bag, $10 will do one bag. Remember, you get an entry in the drawings for every $5 donation, every card sent, and every case sewn. See the post Safelight Project 2019 for details on the bags.
Are you doing any papercrafts?
Linking up with Impression Obsession’s Sending Sunshine Challenge.