Sunny Studio Stamp Company is one of my favorites. I’ve been happy with everything that I’ve purchased and I’m just loving the cute stamp and die designs that they carry. I love their 6 x 6″ patterned paper stacks as well. They also carry my favorite Studio Katia embellishment mixes. Plus, they carry Versa Fine and Color Box ink pad collections, which I have been resisting!
They are having a really nice CyberMonday event. All orders receive a free word die (you need to indicate in the comment box of your order whether you prefer “sunshine”, “color”, or “sew” if you have a preference). All orders over $25 receive free shipping within the USA and 15% of all retail sales will be donated to the Convoy of Hope which you can learn more about HERE.
I have 3 cards and a video tutorial to share with you today using several of Sunny Studio stamps and dies.
The first card is made from a pretty layering Sunny Studio stamp set called Christmas Trimmings. Delightfully, this card gave me the chance to play with Altenew’s new green and chocolate ink sets!
I experimented with the holly layer colors to see which combination of 3 inks from the set of 4 Green Valley inks I preferred together. I liked the Firefly for the solid bottom stamp, Shadow Creek for the center stamp and the Pine Mountain for the top detail stamp the best. I used the Hazelnut for the bottom pine cone layer, the Almond Butter for the middle layer and Milk Chocolate for the top detail layer and the sentiment. I added a layer of clear embossing over the sentiment to give it some shine. I used Crimson and Velvet reds for the berries and added a white gel pen spot for a highlight.
The paper strip along the side is from Sunny Studio’s Holiday Cheer 6 x 6″ paper stack. I used the Fancy Frame circle die set to cut out the circle and create the scallop frame. I added iridescent sequins and some Aqua Shimmer pen for a little glitter touch that is impossible to catch in the video or in a photo.
The second card is similar to a card I created in October when I was guest designing on another blog.
I just could not get a good photo of this. I just ordered a better camera and I’m starting a photography class this week!
This card is made from the Sunny Studio Here Comes Santa stamp set and the Fancy Frames circle dies. I created a night sky scene with falling snow using the Frosty Flurries set and white heat embossing it. I love the little scallop frame! I used the same paper and sentiment on this card and I really love the little scene.
All cards should have some shine or some sparkle!
Here is the video tutorial:
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