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Hi Everyone! At my recent workshops & clubs, I've been showing the Sunburst technique then the groups get to make one for themselves! It's a super-easy technique for a WOW look.

This is part 2 of 4 of Workshop Week! Showing what my typical Stampin' UP! workshop/party looks like. Click here to see the overall materials used for the week's project.

Sunburst Technique

·        (4) strips of Designer Series Paper cut at 1-1/2” x 4”

o   Note: Really…any size of rectangles will work…experiment! Also any combination of card stock and/or designer paper will work.  

·        Scrap piece of paper/cardstock 2-1/2”  x 5”

Cut DSP  into triangle pieces – cutting from top right to lower left. This is important to orient your paper if it has a directional pattern to it. Otherwise, it will be upside down.- this will make sense the first time it's cut wrong LOL

Sunburst pattern

 

Here's the fall card we made at Sandy's workshop.

 

Here's a Free Template you can download on the overall instructions! Download Sunburst Technique by Dee Slater

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Chris R. from Iowa

Oh what fun making a fall card with this technique! I can't wait to try the fall colors from the sweater collection of paper and add leaves etc. I was thinking about trying a Christmas card that way but this will be way more fun! Gotta love that little acorn! Thanks for the inspiration.

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