Paper Crafting Blog Hop: Sunburst Card & Template

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Welcome to our Paper Crafting Blog Hop featuring talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators. Fellow demonstrators from all over the globe including the USA, United Kingdom and Australia are participating. We have a wide array of fun projects and design styles to share with you! You may have arrived from Krissi Hannahs’s blog.  Don’t you just love her project and the new Flowers for Every Season 6×6 Designer Series Paper.  It coordinates with the 2020-2022 In-Colors 6×6 Designer Series Paper so well.

The theme of this month’s hop is Designer Series Paper.

I’m in the process of putting together some Boxes of Sunshine to delivery to friends and family so I decided to use the Starburst Technique I taught at a previous stamping retreat. The Starburst Technique uses triangular wedges of Designer Series Paper to create rays of pattern in a sunburst design. It’s an ideal way to show off the beautiful designs and coordination of Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers.

CraftyPerson July 2020 Starburst Card

I started my project with a past Card Layout I created for a retreat.

Here is the original card we created at the Leavenworth Washington Winter Technique Retreat in March 2017.  It used the popular Dragonfly Dreams bundle which has now retired.

Dragonfly Dreams Sunburst Card

The Sunburst technique perfectly highlights the beautiful designs of the 2020–2022 In Color 6″ X 6″ Designer Series Paper.

CraftyPerson July 2020 Starburst Card

To make the sunbursts cut strips of designer series paper 1-1/2″ x 5″ and then cut them diagonally.  Adhere on a 3-3/4″ x 4-1/4″ Whisper White scrap piece of cardstock.  I left a space in between each strip this time.

CraftyPerson July 2020 Starburst Card

I’m obsessed with the new trend setting In Color – Bumblebee.  It is like a ray of sunshine….not too bright.   I’ve been inspired to use the big and bold greetings lately.  This time I used the Ridiculously Awesome stamp set by Stampin’ Up! (#152512).   I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder on Basic Black cardstock and fussy cut the greeting.  To follow the dot theme, I used a mask from the Basic Pattern Decorative Masks and my sponge brayer to add polka dots to the envelope.

CraftyPerson July 2020 Starburst Card

CraftyPerson July 2020 Starburst Card

CraftyPerson July 2020 Starburst Card

There are a couple of other ways you can create a sunburst technique for your project.  Try hand-cut layers or use our Stitched Triangles Dies.

Step It Up!

Thanks for stopping by my blog.  I appreciate you. I hope your day is “ridiculously awesome“.

Stamping Successes!

Now click the next image to hop to Katie Johnson blog to see what fabulous project she designed.

 

Here is list of participating demonstrators in case you get off the trail:

Shirley Merker
Tracy Held
Sue Boerner 
Terri Stewart
Krissi Hannahs
Debbie McNeill (YOU ARE HERE)
Katie Johnson
Sandra Roberts
Sandy Ward
Sue McDonald
Maureen Rauchfuss
Annette McMillan

 

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8 Responses to “Paper Crafting Blog Hop: Sunburst Card & Template”

  1. Stunning project Debbie, thanks for sharing

  2. I love this color too and love the layout you chose to display the beautiful DSP! Great card.

  3. Oh I love this – just beautiful!

    Maureen Rauchfuss July 16, 2020 at 7:46 pm
  4. A very happy, sunshiny card! It will bring a smile to the lucky recipient. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Wow! This looks like a fun technique to try. TFS!

  6. Debbie, I love your sunburst card. I must try this with the white space between the pieces. Very nice.

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