Hi friends! I am totally thrilled because today I am guesting for Sunny Studio Stamps. I have made a few cards, but today I'll show you only the first two, which are fair themed!

As a fairy stamp lover, I couldn't skip this Garden Fairy Stamp, which I used to make two cards.

My first card is a sort of slimline, cause the measures are not the typical 3.5" x 8.5". I wanted to create two different scenes and I used one of the second die of the Scalloped Circle Mat 1 to create two holes (the white panel is 3.5"x7.75") I stamped all my images on a piece of Neenah Solar White 80, I used Memento Black Ink. I colored everything with copics and I used coordinating dies to cut them.

On a different panel (with the same dimensions) I ink blended distress oxides in Seedless preserves, Warm Lipstick and Bundled Sage. I also splattered the same colors to create a little texture.

I assembled the two panels with foam tape and I arranged all my images with liquid glue or foam to create depth.

Between the two scalloped circles I stamped my sentiment.

I really hope you will like it!

For my second card I used the same stamp set. When I received it, I instantly though that one of the fairies looked like Thinker Bell. I am a big fan of Disney movies, so I couldn't resist. I firstly decided how to arrange her, because I needed to know where the magic wand was. I then ink blended the background with regular distress inks in Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire and Stormy Sky, trying to keep a light hand where I wanted the fairy to be. I then stamped my image with Gina K Amalgam ink in Warm Glow: I absolutely love this for no-line coloring.

I colored everything with copics but I used my Polycromos pencils to shade my details (since the image is so small and the copic nib is quite big). I then white heat embossed my sentiment on a piece of vellum, and I arranged everything on the card. I also added some white gelly roll sparkles.

For a finishing touch I matted my panel with white and lime glitter cardstock.

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you will find my projects inspiring and I cannot wait to show you more!

Hugs from Italy,


Products used

Sunny Studio Stamps - Garden Fairy Stamps

Sunny Studio Stamps - Garden Fairy Dies

Sunny Studio Stamps - Scalloped Circle Mat 1

Copic Color Combos

First Card

Skin: E13 - E11 - E00 - E000 - R20

Light Violet: V95 - V93 - V91

Fuchsia: RV69 - RV09 - RV66 - RV55

Green: YG67 - YG93

Others: E53 - E51 - E50 (mushroom), YR21 - Y21 (yellow)

Second Card

Skin: E02 - E00 - E000

Dress: YG17 - YG13 - YG01

Hairs: E53 - E51 and some Polycromos

Wand: E23 - E21 - E97 - YR21

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Can you believe we are halfway to the MFT April Release Day? It will be live on April 13rd, at 10am EDT.

Are you ready for adventures with some critters? This stamp set is just what you need!

I firstly stamped my images on a piece of Transotype perfect coloring paper using some Memento Tuxedo Black ink and I colored everything with copics. I went for a red, pink, yellow and grey color palette. I then die cut the images using coordinating dies and I started to build up the scene. I used the Grassy Hill die-namics on a piece of Princess Pink prestige cardstock and I ink blended the sky using Distress Oxide in Mustard Seed with the Ray of Light stencil.

I framed the whole scene using the second biggest rectangle frame.

To complete the card I selected one of the newest Polka Dots paper and I cut it to 4,25"x5,5".

I also white heat embossed the sentiment on a strip of Amarena Cherry prestige cardstock and I arranged it at the top left of the card, using foam tape.

I reallt hope you will like it and be sure to check the MFT blog for a chance to win a 75$ shopping spree! And for further inspirations too

Hugs from Italy,

Copic color combos

Red: R89 - R46 - R17

Pink: RV55 - RV63 - R52 - RV00

Bunny #1: E35 - E55 - E53 - E51 - E50

Cat #1: W8 - W6 - W4 - W1

Bunny #2: E47 - E44 - E43 - E42 - E40

Cat #2: E97 - E95 - E93 - E21

Wheels: N9 - N7 - N5

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Are you ready for the new MFT April Release? It will go live on April 13rd at 10am EDT and I just cannot wait to show you what I've been working on!

Today's card is slightly different from my usual ones, but I had so much fun in creating it!

I firstly die cut a lot of the flowers of the Box Card Bouquet set from some Transotype coloring paper. You can certainly die cut them from colored cardstock or ink blend with distress, but in this case I wanted to color and shade them using copic markers.

I chose a pink, yellow and magenta combo and I shaded from dark to light.

To create the background I ink blended with Taylored Expression blending brushes, using three distress oxides: Spun Sugar, Dried Marigold and the newest Kitsch Flamingo. I love that pink!!

I also splattered the edges of my 4,50" x 5,75" panel with some Seedless preserves ink and some white acrylic paint, to get some texture.

I die cut the second biggest Rectangle Frame and the HUGS letters form some Neenah Solar White.

I adhered the frame using foam tape and then I arranged all my flowers and some vellum foliage over the frame. I then white heat embossed a smaller sentiment over some Princess Pink Prestige cardstock.

To add a finishing touch, I used some sparkling clear sequins in the centre of the flowers.

I really hope you will like it!

And be sure to check the MFT blog to see all the others amazing inspirations and to leave a comment for a chance to win a 75$ voucher!

Hugs from Italy,

Copic color combos

Red flowers: RV69 - RV19 - RV14

Magenta flowers: RV66 - RV55 - RV63

Peachy pink flowers: R22 - R21 - R11

Light pink flowers: RV63 - RV52 - Y000 - YR31

Yellow flowers: E95 - YR31 - Y000

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