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A Pocketful of Sunshine! 

Social forces influenced my crafting behavior. The title was inspired by the movie Easy A.  It was background noise while I was working. I liked it! I even laughed out loud a couple of times.   Especially during this scene…

I’ll admit I was humming it and probably dancing a little bit. When the song was over, this was the result of “getting my craft on”…a pocketful of sunshine!

 

Club Scrap Sunflowers Lite kit

I used the card sketch from Club Scrap’s August 2016 Card Sketch challenge and tweaked it just a little bit.

 


Club Scrap member Ruby gave me the idea. I saw these cards on Ruby’s blog and I thought it looked like a shirt collar! Aren’t they cute?

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Then, I found a template for a Father’s Day shirt pocket card on Holiday Crafts and Creations and gussied it up with elements from the Sunflowers Lite kit.

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Sunflower was “fussy cut” from the printed cutaparts and decorated with Stickles, yellow lace ribbon kit element adorns the collar, button brads from a past Club Scrap kit, pocket and collar were embossed with a tiny mosaic Cuttlebug embossing folder and rubbed with black soot Distress ink.

I searched through my sentiment stamps for something fitting and found this one from Club Scrap’s Haberdashery kit from 2008. I stamped it on the inside of the card. ( I didn’t want to get anything on my shirt!)

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AND…♫ I got pocket,
Got a pocketful of sunshine…♫♪

Wendy

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