Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Video for November 21

Hi everyone and welcome to another Terrific Tuesday Video!

Today I am going to share with you a card technique referred to as the sunburst technique.  This technique is great for using up all those scraps of designer series paper that you may have laying around.  

I used scraps of the Quilted Christmas DSP to make my card:



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Before I discuss the details of the sunburst technique and show you my video for this week, I would like to share with you what I did this past weekend.  The girls and I made 100, yes 100 Christmas cards for our personal card this year.  

I knew I wanted to incorporate a picture of us from my son's wedding this past summer, and their photographer, Amanda Dolan is a gem who has taken our pictures for YEARS.  As always, she did an amazing job.  This is what we came up with!  (yes, my husband looks like a grump who never smiles, LOL)



 I really like it and I'm very happy it was something my girls could help me with.  All we have left is to add the pictures!  

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Check out my video which contains all the details for making this sunburst card:



Here are some additional pictures of the cards I created.  





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Here is the list of supplies that I used to create my sunburst card.  Click on the supply list at the bottom to place your order.

7 comments:

  1. love this idea!! I was searching for something different for this year's cards!

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  2. Great quilt card and a great family Christmas card. How nice the girls helped out. I hope they enjoyed it. The foil snowflakes are a perfect, subtle touch to your photo card. I hope all of you have a nice Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for, don't we? Why we don't celebrate it every day is beyond me -- ha!

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  3. What a fun project for using up scraps. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Hi Kim!
    What a nice photo of your family from your son's wedding!

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  5. Love this and you make it so easy. Definitely going to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Awesome use for scraps! Beautiful out come.

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