Sunday, September 15, 2013

Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Sunflower Surprise

It's that time again...Curtain Time!!  We are excited to present the new challenge, Sunflower Surprise

Clearly Besotted Stamps is our fabulous sponsor!!  Stephanie Wincott, owner of Clearly Besotted Stamps generously provided us with the Blooming Marvellous Stamps and Die Collection for our samples today!!

Clearly Besotted Stamps is also offering a wonderful prize to our Sunflower Surprise LEAD, too...a choice of any stamp set in their store!! 
I kept my card CAS to spotlight the beautiful SUNFLOWER!!  These stamps and dies are so much fun to work with....thank you, Stephanie!!  
Paper: Naturals White CS (SU!), Corrugated CS; Stamps: Blooming Marvelous (Clearly Besotted Stamps); Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Kiwi Kiss (SU!), So Saffron (SU!), Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker (SU!); Tools: Blooming Marvelous Dies (Clearly Besotted Stamps), Corner Rounder, Color Spritzer Tool (SU!); Other: Twine, Sequins, Foam Tape

Make sure to to check out what the rest of the Curtain Call Crew has created for you!!
Head over to the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge blog to see how you can play along!!  We can't wait to see how you are inspired!!

Happy Stamping!!


  1. CAS perfection! I love the textured band and twine...gorgeous design!

  2. Sheri this is beautiful, I love the corrugated piece behind the sunflower!

  3. Love the textured kraft strip and the touch of twine.

  4. Oh my gosh, I love this!!! CAS is my fave & this is a beauty!!! The corrugated is so fun -& those new CB stamps are gorg!! The sprinkle of sequins finishes it off perfectly!! :))

  5. Beautiful card Sheri. Gorgeous sunflower... love the corrugated card stock panel in the background.

  6. Thank YOU Sheri for creating this work of art with my humble stamps and making them shine - love!! xxx

  7. wow, this is so beautiful. Love the sunflower and how you used the new stamps and dies. Great design. I so need to get that color spritzer tool! lol.


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