Sunny Studio Stamps

Sunny Studio Stamps: Tropical Scenes

Let’s build some fun summere scene cards together! Today I will sharing a couple of cards using Sunny Studio Stamps products from their recent summer release combined with some older sets. I always love it when the new and old mix so well together to bring new possibilities!

For this first card, I started by coloring up the jungle border image from the set with copic markers. These vines look extra good layered so I colored two of them. For my critter of choice, I brought out the Fabulous Flamingos stamps, stamped out two of them, colored and die cut them out.

To give the vines a dimensional arrangement, I used the Stitched Semi-Circle Dies. I first blended a background with Pine Needles, Mowed Lawn, and Antique Linen distress oxide inks and then used the largest from of the Stitched Semi-Circle to die cut a window out. I adhered one of the jungle border in front and one tucked behind the window.

I stamped my sentiment just below the window and when I put together all the pieces, I had the center piece setback while the outer frame was adhered with foam tape. I tucked in some iridescent sequins within the framed area to complete the card.

I used the same technique again, but with a mix of some different products. This time around, I used the ocean coral border from Tropical Scenes Stamps. This time going for an underwater scene, I used the Sea You Soon and Best Fishes Stamps.

Since I am working with a much more saturated background, I heat embossed my sentiment in white to help it stand out. I adhered the center piece directly onto my base card to create the setback look and the frame around it was adhered with foam tape.

I built my images around the sentiment, giving each of my oceanic critters a place to be in this scene. I added them with foam tape and then I brought out the sequins again for some sparkly details. In fact, the sequins gave it a cute bubbly look! Hope you enjoyed today’s inspirations. Until next time!