Friday, 23 June 2017

The Fruit Salad Stall Card for Sunny Studio

Hello everyone! Lexa here today to share an inspiration with you. I just came back from Bali for holiday, I must say that I'm still in a holiday mood. Bali is one of most popular holiday destination in Indonesia both for local tourists and foreingners, everyone looove to be there. I took an inspiration from Bali's popular fruit stack for my card. I use Fresh & Fruity Stamp Set and it's coordinating dies to create this card.


I start my card with a piece of 4.25"x5.5" white cardstock and blend Tumbled Glass Distress Ink on the bottom part to create a gradation. It helps to create a ground for my bowl to stay so it won't look float on the empty air. I stamped all the fruit images from Fresh & Fruity Stamp with Versafine black ink and then watercolor them with Distress Markers. After I finished with the coloring I cut all of them with Fesh & Fruity Coordinating Dies, I love the thin white lines around the images...perfectly cute! After I arranged all the fruits in the bowl, I feel somehow this card looks unfinished. I got an idea to create a "roof" so it looks like a fruit stall, I use the bigger scallop from Sunny Borders and draw lines in between every scallops then I color them in red and white. To matched all the red in my card, I die cut a thanks script from Vintage Jar Dies on a red cardstock nad finished the sentiment with "from the whole gang" using one of the stamp in Comfy Creatures.


Last but not least I adhered some googly eyes on every fruits to add extra cuteness. Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you like my card and have a wonderful day!

Friday, 16 June 2017

Ahoy Matey!


Hi crafty friends! Lexa here today with a card featuring the adorable Pirate Pals Stamp and the coordinating dies. This card would be perfect for a little boy or maybe just someone who loves cute little pirates so much.


I have a patterned paper pad with sailor theme, by seeing that I got an idea to create a nautical look with this Pirate Pals. First thing to do is stamp all the images using Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. After finish with the coloring I die cut each pieces using the coordinating dies. I mix several stamp sets for this card, Oceans Of Joy and Tropical Paradise. I also use Oceans Of Joy Coordinating Dies to create the sand hill other than to cut the red crab. I'm pretty happy how the scene turned out. For the ocean I use Stitched Scallop Dies and it looks adorable, it matches the stitched on the rectangle panel. This is a closer look to my card..

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Monday, 12 June 2017

Pretty Pink Posh DT Announcement

Hello everyone! I have a great news today.. I'll be joining Pretty Pink Posh team for another term, but this time I'm one of the prestigious PPP Desgin Team. A huge YAY! There are some giveaways both on PPP blog and instagram to celebrate this occasion, get ready to win some gift cerificates from PPP. Follow @prettypinkposh on instagram for more inspirations, sneak peeks, and eye candies. Here's my card for today using the most popular and adorable Woodland Critters Stamp. Pssst... it's currently in stock so make sure to put this one on your shopping basket along with the new release (soon).


I white embossed the clouds from Rainy Days before blend the blue sky using Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean Distress Inks in ombre technique. I create a wooden frame illusion by blend Vintage Photo Distress Ink on the stitched outer frame from Stitched Notes Dies. And the woodland critters are watercolored using Distress Markers, my favorite coloring tools. I adore this stamp set so much! And I must say that I'm pretty happy with this card.


Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I hope you like this card as much as I do. Have a wonderful day dear my crafty friends!

Friday, 9 June 2017

A Little Birdies Told Me It's Your Birthday

Hello everyone! Lexa here with a super fun and sunny shaker card starring the adorable A Bird's Life Stamp and the coordinating dies. All the elements in this set are so sweet, little birdies and the bird houses. There are so many possibilities to use this set as I did for this card, instead of hanging the tiny houses I use the wooden posts.


I start my card with some blending, Spiced Marmalade, Wild Honey and Mustard Seed Distress Inks to create a gradation that looks like a sunset sky. As for the background of my shaker window, I use some patterned paper that looks like a blue sky and a green bush. Mixed yellow sequins are a perfect pair for the color scheme I use. I stamped all the images with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. I die cut them all together with the coordinating dies after I finished with the coloring. The perfect thin white lines around the images are really satisfy me. It works like magic.


I stamped the sentiment on a piece of fishtail banner and adhere it with some foam tapes. I just bought a couple of Nuvo Drops and they are so pretty, they look like enamel dots once they settled out. Yes, the yellow dots on this card are using one of those.
Thank you so much for visitting the blog today. I hope you have a great day.

Friday, 2 June 2017

Happy Popsicles

Hello everyone! Lexa here with a summer-y card featuring Perfect Popsicles Stamp and it's coordinating dies. I choose to use lots of colors for this card, a cheerful rainbow popsicles look adorable. Stamping one popsicle will never enough, you will know what I mean when you try to stamp this yummy popsicles. You will eager to try as many colors as possible.


I start my card with 4.25"x5.5" white cardstock and blend Tumbled Glass Distress Ink on the left bottom corner. I custom my sentiment from Color Me Happy Stamp, just because this card really make me happy so I need words to describe that. I stamp the popsicles in rainbow colors, arrange them on the right to create a border. Some clear droplets are added to complete this card. I'm pretty satisfied to see how this card turns out. I adhere some of the popsicles flat to the card base and others with foam tapes to add dimensions. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you like today's inspiration and don't forget to always support Sunny Studio Stamps. Wish you have an awesome day!

Friday, 26 May 2017

Three Sweet Scoops of Ice Cream

Hello again everyone! Today I'm going to share two cards featuring Two Scoops Stamp and it's coordinating dies. I pair it with some other stamp sets and see how they work well together for my cards. Warning! This super sweet stamp set is so addictive and make you craving for some ice creams instantly so beware ladies. ;)


The reason why I made two cards instead of one just like I usually did is simply I can't stop stamping them in different colors. Some kind of experiments. I find it easier to use a stamping tool for layering stamps just like this one. For the first card, I choose a classic combo of ice creams with vanilla, chocolate and strawberry with the cherry on top. I dry embossed the white background to give it some textures while keep the background simple so the three scoops of ice cream will be the star. I die cut Sweet Word Die on hot pink cardstock and white embossed the "birthday wishes" from Sweet Shopee Stamp on brown cardstock. Two think pieces of polkadot patterned paper (looks like rainbow sprinkles on chocolate sauce to me), one on each side.


And for my second card, I also use dry embossed on white background but this time the pattern is polkadots. This time is a little bit more colorful than the first one. I blend Squeezed Lemon and Wild Honey Distress Inks on the bottom part to create an ombre look. Three portions of soft ice creams are never too much.. oh, I'm very enjoying this because I feel less guilty just by staring at them! ;)


To match the curve I use a banner from Sunny Borders Stamp and fill it with the sentiment from Color Me Happy Stamp. This card will make anyone's day brighter! Last but not least, I add some sparkling clear sequins in various sizes around the ice creams. Can you guess what's the flavour for each colors? They are my favorite, while stamping this I have particular flavours in mind... they are strawberry, matcha (japanese green tea), sea salt (yep, it's trending now in my country) Yum!

​Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you guys like them as much as I do. Have a great day everyone!

Friday, 12 May 2017

Sunny Studio Birthday Fishes

Hello crafty friends! Lexa here today with a fun slider card featuring Ocean Of Joy Stamp Set and it's coordinating dies. The sweet adorable whale from this set is swimming around the school of fish. To create an underwater scene using this stamp set sounds so tempting for me.

I started my card by blending some blue Distress Inks for my background, I use Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean and Chipped Sapphire in ombre technique. You know that it gets darker depend how deep the ocean is. But the deepest ocean here is not scary at all, you can find an adorable little crab and some starfishes too. I combine Ocean Of Joy with Magical Mermaids Stamp to complete my scene with some corals and sea plants. I stamp all my images with black Versafine ink and watercolor them all with Distress Markers. I love all the sea creatures to bits, each of them are so cute and adorable with the smiley faces.

I love to add some details to my cards, such as glitters and glossy accent to add some dimensions. Some pretty sequins complete my card as the bubbles in this scene. Here are more pictures to show you all the details...


​ Thank you so much for stopping by today, I really hope you like today's inspiration and can't wait to see more you can do with this stamp sets. I hope you all have an amazing day!