Here’s a sunburst technique inspiration for a card and also for a scrapbook layout. We made this card for July Stamp Club.
I did a Designer Series Paper (DSP) share with all my Stampin’ Up! friends and customers this month so I thought I’d share a card technique using our new DSP called Epic Day This and That. The colours are gorgeous and versatile to use. Here you can see that I made a feminine card and also a scrapbook page for my boys using the same DSP, technique, layout and embellishments.
Sunburst technique is exactly just that – creating rays of sunshine. It’s a creative and fun way to use up your Designer Series Papers.
Here’s how to make the card:
- First make a template of sunburst rays. Use a card front as the template. Trace the sections, starting from the left bottom corner. You can divide and also make as many as you like
- Then, cut up all the rays. They will look like triangles
- Trace all the triangles on DSP and then cut
- Arrange and then attach the DSP triangles on your card front
- Finish the card with stamped images and embellishments
Now, try the same with a scrapbook layout, incorporating the technique with a different size of template because the card front template may be a little big. Isn’t it effective in adding colour to your layout?
I hope that you enjoyed this sunburst technique inspiration and that you’ll give it a go. I’m curious to know how you’ll use this technique in your projects. Let me know how yours turned out.
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Did you miss out on this month’s Stamp Club? Let me know so we can organise a class for you to learn this sunburst technique.
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