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?


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.

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!)


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


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