How to Make a Sunflower Panel Card

Pink Sunflower Panel Card with black centres, bow and glittery stencil background

Today we are sharing this beautiful Pink and Black card using our new Stamps by Chloe Sunflower Panel clear stamp to create the focal image. In this simple step-by-step cardmaking project we'll be using stamping techniques along with stencils and texture paste to create a stunning background, perfect for a variety of projects!

You will need: 

1. Cut down a piece of white card slightly smaller than the base card and glitter the edges with Disco Ball Sparkelicious and mount with foam pads.

2. Apply the stencil paste using the Sunflower Stencil onto Azalea Pearl Card and when dry cut down and mat and layer onto the white card with the Collall All Purpose Glue.

3. Score three lines all around the sides of a piece of white card approx. 6" x 6" and glitter the edges with the Disco Ball Sparkelicious.

4. Glitter the dots on the ribbon with the Art Glitter Glue and Rosy Glow Sparkelicious, when dry attach to the right hand side of the white card, tie a bow in the same dotty ribbon and then glitter the dots ( you don't need to glitter where it can't be seen) and attach to base card with foam pads. 

5. Stamp the Sunflower Panel and extra Sunflowers from the kit using Hit the Dance Floor Embossing Powder and colour in with the marker pen, score around the edges of the panel using the score board, fussy cut out the extra flowers  and secure onto the panel with Pinflair.

6. Glitter the leaves with Disco Ball Sparkelicious and attach the pink and black jewels, sprinkle the top of the flowers with Rosy Glow Sparkelicious.

7. Mat and layer the panel onto a piece of the Onyx Pearl card and glitter the sides with Disco Ball Sparkelicious, mount this onto a piece of Azalea Pearl card using foam pads and mat and layer onto main card and finally attach the bow with Pinflair.

Close Up Pink Sunflower Panel Card with black centres, bow and glittery stencil background

Why not try recreating this project but why not try using patterned paper in the background or a different stencil design? We'd love to see your makes so be sure to share them in the Stamps by Chloe Facebook Group.

Stay Safe and Happy Crafting!
Chloe xx


  • Lizzie

    Hi Chloe,
    I really enjoyed the show, but as I don’t have all the glitters that you used especially the white embossing one, which I can’t remember the colour but I can’t find anything white on your website, that made the flowers stand out on the mirror card, you also used a slate grey I can;t find that neither, as being a beginner and over a certain age, I want to copy what you do until I get the hang of things.

  • Pauline Jarvis

    Hi Chloe
    Thanks for today really enjoyed it. I also learnt a few things I’d tried to cut flowers out with the die that came with the box kit 6 well after today it all made sense. Thank you for taking the time to show us it means a lot cant wait for the next one {when you get your breath back} ha ha Pauline x

  • Christine Mcilvenny

    Thanks Chloe
    Going to try this tomorrow

  • Mrs Bennell

    Very beautiful

  • Pat Boyd

    Thanks chloe for the inspiration, received your new box kit and loved it.just at the moment we need something to keep us occupied so thank you very much for your ideas x

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