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You Make My Heart Soar

Hi Crafty Friends!

Today, I have a fun slimline Valentine's Day card for you, using Sunny Studio stamps. I have been long admiring Sunny Studio Stamps, and finally bought my first set, Plane Awesome...and it is!!


I absolutely adore the January Butterfly Reflections Ink Mood board, so I let the gorgeous color palette be the inspiration for this card!

  

To begin, I cut a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 3 1/4 X 8 1/4". I made a cloud stencil 
by cutting 2 borders using Puffy Cloud Borders Lawn Cuts, and taping together to make a long stencil. I inked my clouds using Distress Oxides in Spun Sugar, Milled Lavender, Picked Raspberry, and Shaded Lilac, alternating the cloud pattern for more interest. Then, I splattered some clean water onto my panel and some thinned out Shaded Lilac using a paintbrush, and set aside to dry.


Next, I stamped the cute images from Plane awesome onto bristol smooth cardstock with the Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad. All images were colored with Copic markers and highlights were added with a White Glaze Jelly Roll Pen. Then, all my colored images were cut using the Plane Awesome Dies.


Next, I arranged the images onto my inked background, adhered the planes and critters with  3D foam squares  for dimension. The clouds and little hearts were attached to my card using this adhesive.


Finally, to finish off my card, I stamped the sentiment from Plane Awesome in black Memento ink and attached to my card base.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hopefully, I've inspired you to play along with the January mood board...I can't wait to see what you all create!!

XO,
Tammy 





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