To make this card I first die cut a stitched rectangle out of white card and used a light brown ink to lightly blend the outside edge. I laid the chick, eggs and paint bucket from A Good Egg out on the rectangle where I wanted them and stamped and masked them, starting with the chick in the foreground until the scene was complete. I then colored them in using Copic Markers. For the sentiment I used the “Happy” from A Good Egg and made the word “Easter” using the Sweet Script stamp set. I stamped those inside of the banner from Sunny Borders onto patterned paper and fussy cut them out. I then stuck that onto the top on the card above the little scene. To finish the card I mounted it onto a scalloped rectangle border. I hope you enjoyed the card for today! Don’t forget to check out the Sunny Studio’s blog for more! Thanks for stopping by!
Hello everyone! Today I have a card to share using another one of the newly released stamp sets from Sunny Studio Stamps, Backyard Bugs. This set has a bunch of cute little bugs to make the sweetest outdoor springtime scenes . I absolutely LOVE it!
To make this card I first die cut a stitched rectangle out of white card and used a light brown ink to lightly blend the outside edge. After that I stamped the sentiment which is from the Happy Home stamp set from Sunny Studios. I wanted to do this first so I knew exactly how much room I had to fit my scene. I then stamped and masked off the flowers, mushroom and lady bug before stamping the mushroom house. I also freehanded a little path leading up to the house with a Copic multi-liner. I then removed all of the masks and colored the images with Copic markers. To create the striped paper for the card base I used a stencil and some red distress ink. I hope you enjoyed the card for today and that you love this stamp set as much as I do! Don’t forget to check the Sunny Studios Blog this week for more inspiration!
Hello everyone! I am super excited to share a card with you today featuring the newly released stamp set Rain or Shine from Sunny Studio Stamps! This set is so much fun!
Like a lot of my cards, this is one layer so required quite a bit of masking. I first stamped the dog holding his umbrella, then masked them off and stamped the grassy border from Sunny Sentiments. Once that was done I masked off the grass area with masking paper and inked up the sky using a variety of blue inks. I then used a darker blue to stamp the raindrops. I then removed the mask from the grass and stamped the sentiment on the bottom of the card and heat embossed it using white embossing powder. To add the color to the grass I masked off the sky and inked it up using several green inks. Next I colored both the dog and his umbrella using distress inks. To finish the card I stuck the scene onto a scalloped card base. I hope you enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi everyone! Today I decided to create a cute and simple little winters scene. I kept it quite simple with the two little critters from Lawn Fawns Party Animals all bundled up with their winter hat and ear muffs. I will be entering this card into the Lawnscaping Winter Wonderland Challenge! I hope you enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by!
I have only just started to get back into card making for the new year so I decided to use one of the stamp sets I love the most to get some inspiration flowing. This gnome from Lawn Fawn’s Gnome Sweet Gnome is sooooo cute. He pairs so well with the grass, mushrooms and sentiment from Gleeful Gardens. I wanted to keep it simple to have the little scene be the main focus. For the card base I was thinking I really needed some striped paper so I made my own using a diagonal stencil and some distress inks. I will also be entering this card into the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge! I hope you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by! :)