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Hi everyone!  :) 

It is Friday and Time for our Funday Tutorial.

This week I am going to share this Sweet Tiny Tent Topper

that has a extension. This new kit is really fun to create with and the images can be used in so many different ways!  <3

For our Friday Funday Card this week,

Here are the items we will use to make it:

Gina K. Designs:

*Stamp Tv Kit - Sentimental Summer -  Stamp Sets - Your Own Kind of Beautiful 

*Pure Luxury Card Stock - White Heavy Base & Layering Weight

*Premium Dye Ink - Wild Dandelion

*Dies from the Sentimental Summer Kit

*Clear Fine Embossing Powder

*Staz-On, Zig Clean Color Markers, Acetate, Bling, Versa Fine Black Ink, 

*Card Base is 5" X 3 1/2"   scored at 2 1/2"  so when folded your card base is 2 1/2" X 3 1/2"  

 Here is how the base looks on the score board. 

I stamped the Sun image in Wild Dandelion Ink, and colored with Yellow  and Lemon Yellow zig markers. 

Starting with Lemon Yellow for the center of the sun and Yellow to add a deeper color. Add a little color and blend out with a water brush or a paint brush with a little water. 

Add the Yellow around 3/4 of the way of the sun circle, then been out with water brush. Blend it into the lighter yellow. 

Next I stamped the flower basket and colored with zig markers and here is where you can choose the color you want your flowers to be! After that I die cut them out!

I used Versa Fine Black and stamped the greeting and clear embossed it! After die cutting I hoped it up using foam squares and placed it on the base where the little flowers are sticking above the top of the 2 1/2" tall base! 

I then cut a piece of Acetate 1/2"  X 3"   

Then add tape to the top and bottom of the acetate on one side.

You are going to then place one end behind the flowers so it attaches to the back of the cut out flowers. Then attach the other end to the sun image! 

Here is the Final Card Project! 

I hope you have enjoyed this Friday Funday Tutorial!

Have a good weekend and Happy Stamping!

 Remember take a little time to get inky!  <3 

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what a cute little card, and the sun above the flowers is so cute!!! Great idea.

Really cute. I've found my Friday project, but how do you mail comething like this?

I measured it out and it will fit in a A2 envelope. You can add an additional piece of card stock in the envelope if you feel it needs some stability! :)  When I was designing it I drew a rectangle that was 5 1/4" X 4" and designed it to fit in that rectangle. So you can do that just to make sure it will fit.  :) 

Leslie Davis said:

Really cute. I've found my Friday project, but how do you mail comething like this?
You're brilliant! Such a happy card. Will put a smile on someone's face!


Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator said:

I measured it out and it will fit in a A2 envelope. You can add an additional piece of card stock in the envelope if you feel it needs some stability! :)  When I was designing it I drew a rectangle that was 5 1/4" X 4" and designed it to fit in that rectangle. So you can do that just to make sure it will fit.  :) 

Leslie Davis said:

Really cute. I've found my Friday project, but how do you mail comething like this?

This is just adorbs, my dear. I'm pinning!!!! LOVE how you colored it.

Beautiful coloring on the flowers, and I love the dimension you created om the sun, great tutorial!

Love the card and tutorial! Thanks for sharing with us!

This made me smile, a BIG sunshine smile.

Thank you Judy!  :) 

Judy e mathena said:

what a cute little card, and the sun above the flowers is so cute!!! Great idea.

So cute! Love it! Will have to give it a try!

This is so cute and such a good idea too.

Thank You Judy, Melanie, Diana, Johanna, Bonnie. I am so glad you all liked it.  Tiny cards are fun and different, I guess that is why I like to make them from time to time! But I couldn't resist putting the sun out on the acetate!  :)  

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