Santa’s Helpers Merry & Bright Christmas Card

Hello everyone. Today I have a clean and simple card to share with you using the Santa’s Helpers stamp set and coordinating dies from Sunny Studio Stamps. This die set not only comes with the dies to cut out the little critters but it also comes with some bonus word dies, which are amazing! I decided to use some of these for my card today. merry and bright largeTo make my card I first laid the merry & bright dies out where I wanted them on a piece of white cardstock, held them in place with some post it tape and ran them through my Big Shot. I also die cut an arch out of the top of the card with a hill border die. I then stuck this piece of card on top of a piece of patterned paper. After that I had to stick the tiny pieces of the die back in place to make the negative space in the middle of some of the letters.

Once that was done I stamped the little dog in the gift box from the stamp set. I colored him in using Copic markers and added little dots to the gift box with a gel pen. To finish off the card I mounted it onto a piece of black card stock. I hope you enjoyed the card for today!

Skiining Penguins Christmas Card

Hello everyone! Today I have a card to share with you using the Snow Kissed stamp set from Sunny Studio Stamps, one of my favorites!

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To create this card I first die cut a circle out of white card, I then stamped the greeting at the top of the circle in some Versamark ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I stamped the two penguins at the bottom and then masked them off so I could ink up the background. I added ink mostly to the outside of the circle and worked my way in getting progressively lighter. I removed the masks from the penguins and colored them with Copic markers. To finish off the card I added it to a white card base with some green patterned paper. I hope you enjoyed the card for today, don’t forget to check the Sunny Studios Blog this week to see what the other creative team members have created! Thanks for stopping by!