Grateful Bunch

I teach a monthly class at my local library.  It’s for beginners so the projects are quick and easy.  This is a super cute card that we did at last month’s class.  I got the idea from Mary Brown (stamper camper). You can see her sweet little card here.

This is one of those cards you can whip up in 5 minutes.  You know what I’m talking about, right?  When you need a card NOW and you consider buying one, even though you have a fortune in supplies in your craft room?  This card could be for almost any occasion, so you could even make some up in advance and leave the greeting off until you need it.

One of the things that makes this card SO quick is that all three of the flowers are on one stamp, and there’s a matching punch that will punch all three at one time!  You can’t get much easier than that!

With the neutral black and white paper, you could use ANY pop of color.  I think Bermuda Bay would look great!


Here’s the fixin’s:

Stamps:  Grateful Bunch, Tin of Cards

Cardstock:  Whisper White, Melon Mambo

Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Melon Mambo

Paper:  Neutrals DSP Stack

Punch:  Blossom Bunch

Other:  Basic Rhinestones

I hope you enjoyed this card.  If so, please leave me a comment.

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Grateful Bunch

I think Spring has finally arrived, along with stormy weather.  We’ve had lightening, thunder, and torrential rains for the last couple of days.  But, the sun is shining now, and the dogs have been enjoying their yard today.  And, when the dogs are happy, everyone’s happy!

Here’s a card we made at one of my monthly Cards and More classes. We make nine cards (three each of three designs) plus a bonus project, which can be anything.

This card uses the Grateful Bunch bundle.  I just love stamp sets that have coordinating punches!  It makes everything so easy.  The largest flower has to be “fussy cut”, but the other three are cut out with just one push of the punch.


We used Wild Wasabi for the card base and leaves, and So Saffron and Calypso Coral for the flowers.  The flower centers were embellished with the Gold Wink of Stella brush.  It’s hard to see, but the top layer has a nice pierced corner.

If you’re in Central Kentucky, I’d love to have you attend a class!  Or, if you need any stamping supplies, please click on the link below.  I’d love to have your business!

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