I have this pretty easy card to share with you today. The card shape is cut from the Christmas Cards Cricut Cartridge. I love the shape! I welded two of these together to form the shaped card base measuring 3 1/2" x 6" (I have an overabundance of this size envelopes).
I grabbed a spray of sunflowers at Craft Warehouse. I got four flowers per bunch for 2/$1. I just cut off the head and a couple leaves and hot glued them to the card base after I added the sheer white ribbon and gel pen stitches. Three little flat back pearls finish off the flower.
I embossed the sentiment (from Hero Arts, Big Hugs) onto the card. Here you can see the white sheer ribbon (for Dollar Tree) and some more of the flat back pearls running over the ribbon.
As you can see I used some dark red card stock to cut the card base, I added a white layer of card stock, cut to fit the inside, so I'd have a place to write. The "happy birthday" sentiment stamp is from the same set. More gel pen stitches to match the front, and I am done. Super simple... but with that HUGE sunflower head, it would have been really easy to go overboard. :)