Sunflower thanks a bunch

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I just love how this sunflower turned out! Oh, and the matching envelope flap! Who knew you could stamp on pretty paper!

Stamp Sunflower using Bumblebee Ink on Basic White Cardstock.

Cut sunflower out using the large sunflower outline die.

Before cutting out the Early Espresso Sunflower outline. Take a 3" x 3" piece of Early Espresso Cardstock,( HUGE TIP) place a piece of 3" x 3" Adhesive sheet on the back of cardstock. Now run Sunflower outline through the Stamp-n-Cut Embossing machine.

Peel adhesive backing off sunflower outline and attach to sunflower. Set aside.

Cut Early Espresso cardstock to 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". Fold card base in half.

take a piece of Bumblebee DSP, cut off 2-1/2" x 6" and attach this to the flap of your envelope using the Tombow liquid glue. Set aside.

Take the remaining Bumblebee DSP and cut to 3-1/2" x 4-1/2". Using Stamp'n seal place in center of card base.

Using some Old Olive cardstock and ink. Stamp 3 large leaf images and cut with dies.

Using the scrap Early Espresso with the Adhesive sheet, cut out 2 long leaf stems.

Place 4 dimensionals on the back of the Large Sunflower Image. Place in the upper left corner, making sure the flower is not over the edge of the card.

Using Stamp'n Seal place the Old Olive leaves on the card under the sunflower.

Using Early Espresso Ink Stamp your sentiment on the bottom of the Bumblebee designer series paper.

Remove the adhesive backing from the Early Espresso long leaf stems and place them under the sunflower and above your sentiment.

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On the flap of your envelope, take the Large Sunflower stamp and the Early Espresso ink and stamp 1 large sunflower in the center of the Flap. Using the smaller sunflower stamp one on each side of the large sunflower.

Turn envelope over and trim the flap using the envelope as a guide.

To finish the inside of your card, cut a piece of Basic White Cardstock to 4" x 5-1/4".

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Stamp one large sunflower partially off the lower left corner using Early Espresso Ink. Then stamp the smaller sunflower on the bottom and on the left side of the large sunflower. Color sunflowers with the Bumblebee marker. Color center with Early Espresso marker.

Attach insert to inside of your card. Stamp you sentiment with Early Espresso Ink.