Friday, 9 August 2019

You Make My Heart Soar

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a bright colorful card highlighting Frilly Frame Retro Petals, I use it as a background of my card. The cutest Plane Awesome Stamps is so irresistable, the interchangeable pilots on the plane.


I stamp the images from Plane Awesome Stamps with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers, after I finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut the all. For the background I use a turqouise cardstock for the retro pattern and lay them on top of yellow dots patterned paper from Heroic Halftones Paper Pad. It gives a nice contrast, makes the card look so colorful and cheerful. I adhere the Fluffy Cloud Borders with foam tapes to create dimensions and make the center image more pop out . To make an illusion of sky, I also add some stitched clouds using Fluffy Cloud Dies and some pink hearts flying on the air. Using glossy accent to create the shine on the googles and tiny hearts. Don't they look adorable?
Here's the closer look...


Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you like today's card as much as I do. Have an amazing day to you and your beloved ones!


Thursday, 1 August 2019

Cruisin By To Say

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a card that will give you an inspiration using an embossing folder. It can add textures and more interests to your cards or projects. Let's get started!


I use the brand new Lots of Dots Embossing to create the background. I just simply emboss the plain white cardstock with the polkadots then I blend Distress Inks. For the sunset sky I use Ripe Persimmon, Mustard Seed and Squeezed Lemonade in gradation, then blend Pumice Stone on the bottom part of my card that looks like concrete or street. I use the most adorable stamp called Cruising Critters Stamps, it has eight cute critters from Sunny Studio in one car. I can't stand how cute they are. I stamp it with Versafine black ink and watercolor it with Distress Markers. After finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut the main image.

I want to add a landscape that will create a subtle border between the sky and the ground. I use Cityscape Border Die on black cardstock, I intentionally not remove some of the windows so it looks like some of them are dark. It adds more dimensions. The 'cruising' word is cut on the same black paper and I add a fishtail banner to complete the sentiment.


That's all for today, I hope you have an amazing day! Thank you so much for stopping by today.

Friday, 26 July 2019

Thanks and Giving


Hi everyone! Lexa here today with an autumn themed card that will be great for a dear friend. Using  a brand new Woodsy Autumn Stamps and the coordinating dies. Together with another older stamp sets, I create a darling scene that I adore so much. Let's get started!


I stamp all the images with Versafine black ink and use color pencils to color them. After finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut all of the images. I blend the background with Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks then add some white fluffy clouds using Fluffy Cloud Dies. Then I adhere all the images to create the scene, I lay them flat without any foam tapes because I will use the Fall Flicks Filmstrip Dies as the frame. I love the result. I also stamp the sentiment from Happy Harvest Stamps with Versafine black ink for a crisp look. Last step is to add a pretty yellow jewels to add shine on my card.


Thank you so much for stopping by today. Don't forget to leave some comments and love below. Have a wonderful day everyone!


Friday, 19 July 2019

Warm and Cozy Birthday

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a card that highlighting the brand new mini stamp set called Just Bee-Cause. It's an adorable 2x3 stamp set that will work out with other Sunny Studio older products, as I use on my project this time. I use Quilted Hexagon Stamps to create the background.


I stamped the images and color them with markers. Then use the coordinating dies to cut all of the cute little bees and beehive. I stamped the hexagons in yellow and orange with mixed patterns which I think look pretty together. The lines are stamped with dark brown dye ink. After finished with the hexagons, I cut it to create the border then adhere it on a piece of burlap patterned paper. Instead of stamp the bee's trails, I use black twines to create them. It adds more texture and dimensions to the card. The sentiment is stamped with the same dark brown dye ink and I fussy cut it then adhere it with foam tapes. I finished my card with some beautiful yellow jewels from Pretty Pink Posh. Here's the closer look of my card...


Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you have an amazing day!


Friday, 5 July 2019

Fluffy Cloud Dies

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a scenic card using Fluffy Clouds Dies. I personally love this dies so much, it's so versatile that you can use it all year around with any themes especially outdoor scene like I did with mine today. Let's get started!


The images are stamped with Versafine black ink and watercolored with Distress Markers. I use the pine trees from Seasonal Trees Stamps for the forrest background. At the center image I use cuddling little foxes from Foxy Christmas Stamps and I also add tiny red bow on the smaller fox. Aren't they so adorable? After finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut all the images. I make the foxes sit on a tree trunk.

As for the sky, I use the stitched cloud shapes several times on the top part of my card. And also cut some white fluffy clouds to add dimensions. Blend Tumbled Glass and Peacock Feather Distress Inks for the sky, Mowed Lawn Distress Inks for the grass. Then adhere the pine trees with glues in the background. I use the orange patterned paper from Amazing Argyle Paper Pad to match the orange foxes. Last step is to stamp "hello" sentiment on a piece of fishtail banner.


That's all for today, I hope you enjoy today's post and have an amazing day!

Friday, 28 June 2019

Hibiscus See Through Card

Hi everyone! Lexa here today to share a see through card using Hawaiian Hibiscus Stamps and the coordinating dies. It's inspired from Jennifer McGuire's cards. The hibiscus flowers from Sunny Studio is sure the prettiest layered stamp, they have couple of other flowers too. Make sure to check them out.


First, I cut a 4.25"x5.5" paper in half. Blend Wild Honey and Worn Lipstick Distress Inks on one part. Then use the other one for a guide rectangle to arrange the hibiscus. Stamp the flowers in two colors, pink and orange with some dye inks. Then use the coordinating dies to cut every pieces. Arrange them on the piece of paper I mentioned above, use a washi tapes to keep them in their places and trim the excess on three sides. Make sure to leave them hanging on one side. After the trimmings, use strong adhesive glue on overlapping pieces. You'll have a see through panel ready. 

Adhere the hanging part on the blended panel. It's simple and easy, but turns out so beautiful. I use Everyday Greetings Stamps and copper embossed it on pink paper piece. Adhere it with foam tapes so it will pop out. Last touch is add pretty yellow jewels here and there. I love the bright colors and how pretty the hibiscus are.


Thank you so much for stopping by today, don't forget to leave me some love on the comments below. I hope you like today's card as much as I do. Have a wonderful day!

Friday, 21 June 2019

Tickled Pink For You

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a card highlighting Fabulous Flamingos Stamps and the coordinating dies. This stamp set has a summer vibe that's so lovely and beautiful. So I decided to create this card with sunset sky as background.


First I blended some Distress Inks in Worn Lipstick, Wild Honey and Squeezed Lemonade to create the sunset sky. I use a handmade circle window stencil to create this look. Many of you may have tried to make one before, but in case you haven't all you need is any circle dies or you can cut the circle manually with craft cutter on a piece of acetate sheet. It's so easy and you can use it again later for another projects, How awesome is that!

I stamped all the images with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. My personal favorite of all time. I stamped many flowers and leaves too because I need them to create some kind of frame around the pretty flamingos. After I finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut all the pieces. Then I'm all ready to arrange them on the card base.
I add some yellow gems on the center of the pink flowers. They look so shiny and beautiful as accents. As for the sentiment I stamped it on the pink fishtail banner and adhere it on the bottom center of my card. I'm super happy with the result. Yay!


Here's the closer look of my card so you can see the details and dimensions I tried to achieve. Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you enjoy today's post as much as I do! Have an amazing day everyone.