Hello, it’s Stacy here from Craftaholicmomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with a super cute card featuring several products from Sunny Studio Stamps’ newest release. You can find these products at Scrappingforless.com.
I used the Cruising Critters stamp set, the Spring Sunburst 6×6 paper pad and the Heartstring Border Dies to create my card. After stamping my image with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink I colored the image with my Ohuhu Alcohol Markers (Amazon). I die cut a heart border and mounted the image panel onto the striped pattern paper with Gina K Designs Foam Adhesive. The body of the vehicle was stamped on pattern paper and fussy cut so that I could paper piece it in place.
I used a Molotow Chrome Marker (Amazon) to color in the shiny chrome parts of the vehicle like the fenders on the wheel wells and the hub caps.
The sentiment was stamped with Versafine Onyx Black ink.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out what’s up today on The Blog! I have loved Easter since I was little, I can remember digging into my Easter basket as a little one and then having to put it all down to get dressed up to go to the Easter Service and looking at my mom in disbelief that I was going to have leave all of the goodies I JUST found out about!
The love of Easter and bunnies has stuck with me through the years leaving me with a soft spot for cute bunnies and Sunny Studio’s Clear Stamp “Chubby Bunny” have some of the cutest bunnies I think I’ve ever seen!
So here is the journey of the card I made from stamping out the images to having to do a little card surgery but in the end I still arrived with a cute little Easter card I can’t wait to give to somebunny special. (I know, it’s just too precious, I almost can’t stand myself either, lol!)
I stamped out all the images, colored them with Copic Markers and then cut them out using my Scan n’ Cut.
I got out one of my sets of square dies, these happen to be from Gina Marie and I thought it looked like a picture frame and I liked the idea of being able to stamp my sentiment across the top since it looks like a banner. Once I got everything cut out I glued it down using Lawn Fawn’s adhesive which has quickly become one of my faves. I stamped my sentiment using VersaFine in Black Onyx and also blinged up a few things using my Spectrum Noir Sparkle Marker. Once I got my sentiment in place I added a few silver glossy dots from Pink & Main.
I used a white pen to hit the bunnies’ teeth and then a black gel pen to do their eyes and though I would do one little guys mouth. Then things went awry! My black gel pen just put out much more ink than I was expecting or maybe I pressed too hard and that’s why the calamity began I am still not sure. I just know that I panicked and tried to fix it with my finger and the more I touched things the more things just went worse! That’s when I knew it was time to call up another bunny and put this little guy out of his misery.
The surgery went a lot easier than I expected and I was even able to cover up any paper tears with my new little candidate. I wanted to include this part of the journey and a pic to go with it because I don’t know about y’all but rarely do I make a card without having something that needs to be fixed. I will say I don’t typically lose an entire character but hey, it happens.
In the end it all came together and at least I got to use my favorite little bunny which is the one in the center. The little brown bunny eating a chocolate bunny, this image cracks me up!!! In my head when I see this little guy chowing down on that chocolate bunny all I hear is “Nom, nom, nom, nom!”
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you will get the chance to create today or at least do something that you’ve been wanting to do! Take care and I hope to see you back here soon.
Hello, It’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up on the Scrapping for Less blog today with a super cute spinner card. The image in the stamp set looks to me like he is wiggling and squirming his way out of a tangled up mess of Christmas lights so I wanted to put some movement into my card to accentuate that. I choose to do a spinner card where he can spin and wiggle and squirm all he needs to.
I hope you like my card and inspires you to look outside the box and add some movement to your cards. An action wobble would have worked as well. I’ll have to try that next time.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I love getting a jump on Christmas cards and this little cutie moved right up to the top of my list. I dug into my Christmas stash and went through some patterned paper. When I saw the green plaid I immediately wanted to use that for her dress. Then I ran into a snafu…have you ever not done a technique in so long that you forget how? That is what happened to me! Embarrassing but in case any of you out there experience this now you know you’re not alone. Thank goodness my friend was hanging out close by and when I mentioned that I really wanted to paper piece her dress but couldn’t she laughingly reminded me how. As soon as she reminded me I felt so silly but we got a good laugh out of it!
using my Tim Holtz stamp platform I stamped the Pure Innocence girl with Lawn Fawn’s Jet Black which is waterproof and alcohol marker safe
I colored her in with my Copic markers and Teresa gave me a tip after I paper pieced her dress that I didn’t know about…she said to take a dark grey marker and color around the dress parts that I paper pieced to soften the edges so that the dress doesn’t look like it’s floating on top of her, brilliant!
the sentiment was stamped in VersaFine since it gives such a crisp look
wanting her shoes to look like patent leather (the shiny ones from my childhood) I covered them in glossy accents
MFT’s Pure Innocence stamps are just that perfect mix of sweet and cute, and I am smitten with them! Now to make more Christmas cards!!! Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my post I hope you get the chance to craft today. A little or a lot just some time for what you want to do. Have a great day!
Hello Crafty Friends! Tina here from Cards and Coffee Time. Today I have a fun Thank you card to share with you using the adorable “Hey Pretty Kitty” Stamp set from The Greeting Farm. I have a few furry friends myself and just loved the fun images with the cute kitties. I think this stamp set would be great for planners as well:) For my card I created a background with a few Distress Oxide inks, Vintage Photo (main panel), Fossilized Amber and Worn Lipstick. I colored my little gal in with my copic markers and stamped the sentiment with VersaFine Onyx Black Ink. I hope you like it! This stamp set is available at the SFL Shop, be sure and check it out!! Wishing you a Lovely and Crafty Day! Hugs, Tina
Hi there friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my brand focus project for Lawn Fawn. Let me tell you I love this “You’re Claw-Some” stamp set and am so happy to now have it in my collection. I see a lot of us coming from it for my Chuck E Cheese loving grandson and great nephews.
I had so much fun, using Versafine Onyx Black ink I stamped the game, sentiment, claw, 2 bears and unicorn, all images were cut with my Scan N Cut.. I used Chameleon Markers to color everything. The woodgrain background paper that is used for the floor and shelf is from Doodlebugs Flea Market 6×6 paper pad. The colorful 2″ strips is from BoBunny 6×6 Carnival Collection as is the Red Curtain section. I have a piece of clear acetate over the front of the game to simulate glass.
Hope you liked my project today.
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