Sunny Studio Stamps - Harvest Happiness

Hello everyone! Today is my day to be on the Sunny Studio Stamps blog and I'm here to use the previously released Harvest Happiness stamp set. This is a fun one with the pumpkins so I decided to layer them up for todays card. 

Make sure you stop by the blog to see how I made this card!

- Eloise

Sunny Studio Stamps - Autumn Splendour

Hi everyone! I'm back on the Sunny Studio Stamps blog today to feature this fun card! I knew exactly what I wanted to do with this Autumn Splendour stamp set as soon as I saw it! I love layering sets and this one + distress inks = amazing!

Make sure you stop by the blog today to see how I made this card!

- Eloise

You Rock (Video)

Hello everyone, today I'm back with another video - today featuring Avery Elle's Band Camp stamp set, so super cute and fun! I love all the animals using the instruments - so unique and great for scene cards!

To begin my card I stamped, coloured and die cut all my images. I used Copic Markers for my colouring medium today. Once they were done I could watercolour my background. I pulled my Misson Gold Watercolours out for today since they're quick and easy and have a great variety of colours. I used Tim Holtz Watercolour Cardstock, since I wanted it to be bright white around the edges. 

Once I finished watercoloring, I die cut the panel using a Wonky Stitches Die also by Avery Elle and then trimmed it down a little to fit my card better. I stamped the 'You Rock' sentiment from the same Band Camp stamp set in some black in on the banner the turtle is holding for my sentiment on my card. I then used foam adhesive to adhere down my images onto my watercolour panel. 

To finish up my card I pulled some patterned paper from a Dots and Stripes paper pad from Echo Park and used a yellow stripe pattern and adhered that down flat to my card base. I then used a fun foam sheet to pop up my entire panel and stuck that down to my card. I then used my Wink of Stella pen in the clear to go over some of the images just to give a little sparkle and that finished up my card.

The video is linked down below. :)


Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed! 

- Eloise