Note Cards of Sunny Sunflowers

If daisies are the happiest of flowers, then Note Cards of Sunny Sunflowers have to be the cutest mail you can get!

Yes, I did use a retired stamp set again. Why? Because it’s a distINKtive stamp style and you know that’s right in my wheel house! Ink and go, it’s way better than techniques to add shading, and way faster than coloring each project when you’re in your stamping place making 16 cards on the 25th of every month.


  • Stamps: Painted Harvest
  • Ink: Calypso Coral, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz, Gorgeous Grape
  • Paper: Very Vanilla Note Cards, Soft Suede card stock
  • Yumminess: Old Olive linen thread, Leaf punch


  1. You don’t have to do this but I score the Note Card along the existing score line at 3-1/2″. DO NOT FOLD THE NOTE CARD YET.
  2. Stamp your sunflower in Calypso Coral: one layer stamped off first, second layer stamped full strength
  3. Stamp the center of the sunflower in Early Espresso and the center of the center in Crumb Cake. Did I lose ya?
  4. Stamp the Pear Pizzazz leaves as many times as you want.
  5. Stamp your dots with Gorgeous Grape – so fun!
  6. Stamp the acorn in Crumb Cake with an Early Espresso cap
  7. Stamp the leaf in Early Espresso on Soft Suede and punch out
  8. While your stamps and ink are out, stamp the inside of your card and the front of the envelopes
  9. Stamp the back of your cards with a personalized stamp from
  10. Wrap the card with Old Olive line thread and tie a bow about two thirds down the face of the card.
  11. With a dot of liquid glue, adhere the leaf on the card, under the bow so it looks like they are tied together
  12. NOW YOU CAN FOLD your Note Card and burnish the fold with your Bone Folder

These cards took a little more time because the stamp set had a lot of parts. Next time, I will show you cards made with another Sunflower stamp set that you will LOVE!

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  1. You’re using all my favorite stamp sets…retired or not! Beautiful card! What a blessing someone will get in their mailbox!