Sunny Studio Stamps • Spring Release • Over The Rainbow


Hi peeps,

today, I'm sharing my very first post as a Creative Team member over at the Sunny Studio Stamps blog. I'm so excited!

The new Spring Release went live a couple of days ago and I'm showcasing the Over The Rainbow Stamps. This 3x4 stamp set comes with a ton of fun sentiments and many options to combine them with the word "rainbow".

On my card I also used the new Rainbow Word Die to build the sentiment. I white heat embossed two of the sentiments on strips of black cardstock. I die cut the word "rainbow" four times – 3 from regular white cardstock and one from Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock which I colored with ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Pens in rainbow order before die cutting. I stacked them together and clear embossed the die cut for a glossy finish.

To go on with the rainbow theme, I picked the pretty striped paper from the Spring Sunburst 6x6 Paper pack and adhered it to my card base. Next, I used the Sunburst Embossing Folder and did some ink blending with Distress Oxide Inks (Squeezed Lemonade, Mustard Seed, Wild Honey) to make it a bright shining sun. I cut the Frilly Frames Lattice Dies from white cardstock (without the lattice insert) and created a scalloped stitched frame by also die cutting a rectangle from the center.

I assembled the card and adhered the rainbow word at an angle. The dot over the "i" was made with Nuvo Red Berry Crystal Drops so I would not have to glue together all the tiny die cut dots ;-)

As a little bonus, I created a second card using the Inlaid Die Cutting technique that came to my mind when I saw the previously released Fancy Frames Circle Dies.

First, I die cut the stitched scalloped circles and heart from the Dots & Stripes Pastels 6x6 Paper and the parts in between from white cardstock. Next, I die cut a white cardstock circle (as big as the biggest blue circle) with a layer of Ken Oliver Stick it on top. It's like doing a puzzle when inlaying the die cuts.

I adhered the rainbow circle a bit off to the right side of my white card base and trimmed the excess with my paper cutter. Finally, I heat embossed another Over The Rainbow sentiment in silver and cut the Rainbow Word Die from black glitter cardstock.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

1 Kommentar :

Shelly hat gesagt…

Oh my, these are such bright and happy cards!! Love!

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