Friday, 15 February 2019

Over The Rainbow

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a pull on card using Over The Rainbow Stamps. This 3x4 stamp set could go along with a lot of previous Sunny Studio stamp sets, which I'm going to show you today. To make this fun interactive card is not that tricky anymore with Sliding Window Dies.


First I stamped all the images with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. I mix couple of stamp sets for this scene, the little girl is from Fall Kiddos, rainbow, cloud, little ducky and the puddle is from the stamp called Rain or Shine which is a perfect match for the sentiments. I also add a pretty bakery from City Streets Stamp to complete the scene. I had so much fun coloring every pieces, it makes my heart happy to create such a colorful scene like this.


I choose the rainbow polkadot patterned paper from Spring Sunburst Paper as the card base and add teal patterned paper as the background of my scene, it's from Gingham Pastels paper pad. Inside the window panel, I blended Worn Lipstick Distress Inks to create pink gradation add the hidden words using Rainbow Word Die and Over The Rainbow Stamp. The full sentiment would be "wishing you a rainbow kind of day". Here's a closer look to see the details.



Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope your day is full of rainbow today!

Sunny Studio : Birthday Greetings From The Herd

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a card featuring Staggered Circle Dies. This time I use the circles to highlight sentiments, it's even more stand out with the bright colors. Let's get started!


I stamped the whole herd from Barnyard Buddies Stamps with Versafine black ink and then watercolor them with Distress Markers. After I finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut each pieces and get ready to arrange them on my card.
I use Staggered Circle Dies on a piece of 4.25"x5.5" white cardstock. I color the negatives with red, orange and yellow use Distress Inks (Barn Door, Wild Honey, Squeezed Lemonade) and then stamp the sentiments from the same stamp set. I blend Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean for the sky, as for the grass I use Mowed Lawn Distress Inks. A red gingham patterned paper for accent on the bottom part of my card and some red twines too. Here's a closer look...


Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy today's blog post and have an amazing day!


Friday, 8 February 2019

Sunny Studio : Easter Bunnies

Hello everyone! Lexa here today with an early Easter card that shouting spring featuring the most adorable Chubby Bunny Stamp and the coordinating dies. I just can't get enough of them and I think everyone will agree with me.


First of all, I stamped all the images with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. I love to add rosy cheeks on the chubby faces, it makes them look even more adorable. After I finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut each pieces. It surely help me to save time cutting tricky and detail pieces. To create the scene I decided to use Sunny Studio patterned papers, Spring Sunburst Paper (for the sky) and  Gingham Jewel Tones Papers (I use both sides for the grassy hills). The most exciting part is ofcourse building the scene together.


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

Friday, 1 February 2019

Sunny Studio : Puppies Tags

Hello everyone! Lexa here today with projects featuring the most adorable Puppy Parents Stamps and the coordinating dies. I made tags with these cute puppies and in love with them. Let's get started...


First I stamped the images with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. After finished with the coloring I use the coordinating dies to cut each of the pieces, I always love the white thin border lines around them. It looks so fine. As for the tags I use Build-A-Tag #1 Dies, combining kraft paper with paternned papers from Sunny Studio is such a great idea. For these tags I use Gingham Pastels Papers and Polka-dot Parade Papers.
I stamped different sentiments on the circle tags and tie them together with a twine. On the pink and red tag, I stamped little hearts and paws with tone on tone technique using brown dye ink on the backgrounds. I had so much fun making these gift tags. Here are some more pictures...




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



Friday, 25 January 2019

Sunny Studio : Everything Rosy

Hi everyone! Lexa here today with a greeting card featuring Everything's Rosy Stamps and the coordinating dies. This layering stamps from Sunny Studio always become hits, and I no wonder why. Just take a look at the results, they are so pretty and realistic. This roses stamp is a perfect addition to your flower layering stamps collection. It also goes really well with older stamp sets too. Let's get started because I'm excited!


First I stamped the roses and other elements with the help of stamping tools, it makes the work so much easier especially when I need to double stamp one layer to get the color I wanted. Here the list of dye inks I used for the roses in order from the lightest to the darkest (MFT Hybrid Ink Pad Cotton Candy, Lawn Fawn Dye Ink Wild Rose, MFT Hybrid Ink Pad Razzle Berry, Lawn Fawn Dye Ink Cranberry, Lawn Fawn Dye Ink Walnut). As for the leaves, here's the list with the same order (MFT Hybrid Ink Pad Sour Apple, Lawn Fawn Dye Ink Jalapeno, Lawn Fawn Dye Ink Noble Fir). Yes, I'm pretty obssesed with Lawn Fawn Dye Inks because they are so crisp and have subtle colors.


As for the background, I use the brand new Frilly Frame Polka-Dots and Lattice. Add a layer of vellum behind the lattice to soften the purple patterned paper from Flirty Flowers Paper Pad. The flower's stem is from the older stamps called Timeless Tulips and the Vintage Jar Stamps for the vase. I blend Tumbled Glass Distress Ink to create water illusion on the bottom part of the jar.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you like today's card as much as I do.
Have a wonderful day!

Friday, 18 January 2019

Sunny Studio : Frily Frames Dies

Hello everyone! Lexa here today with a super sweet birthday card featuring some of brand new products from Sunny Studio. Ones that I'll use in so many future projects are the Frilly Frames Dies, they come in two styles Frilly Frames Lattice and Frilly Frames Polka-Dots. And I mix them for today's card just because... why not? :)


First, I stamped the adorable chubby bunnies and chicks from Chubby Bunny Stamps along with gigantic birthday cake from Make A Wish Stamps. I also use pretty tulips from older stamp sets called Easter Whishes. I watercolor them with soft color tones using Distress Markers. This birthday card will be a perfect idea for someone whose birthday is on spring. Don't you think so? The flower crown on a bunny's head is so cute, I can't even. After I finished with the coloring, I use the coordinating dies to cut each pieces. For the background, I blend Tumbled Glass Distress Ink before diecut the polkadots. After that I arrange all the images using both glue and foam tapes to add dimensions. I'm so happy with the final result, I hope you do too.


Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy today's post and wish you have an amazing day fellas!


Thursday, 3 January 2019

Sunny Studio : Little Monkeys

Hello everyone! Lexa here today with a card featuring the brand new stamp set and the coordinating dies that called Love Monkey. And yes, there are so much to love about this new stamps! Those adorable little cheeky faces that will be what you need for everyday cards and Valentine's. Other than that, I also use the super fun Staggered Circle Dies on this card. I'm swooning over this new release.


First, I cut the circles using the Staggered Circle Dies and blended some colorful Distress Inks on each circles. Then I stamped the polkadots background using Background Basic Stamps. I stamped all the images using Versafine black ink on the watercolor paper. After that, I use my Distress Markers to color each images and run them through die cutting machine. I think Sunny Studio has one of the best coordinating dies, they're perfectly line up on each images, sharp and those thin white line is just so satisfying.
The most fun part is always arraging every images to the scene. I adhere them using foam tapes to create some dimensions. I choose happy colors for this birthday card. I hope it will bright up one's day!


Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy today's post and have a great day!