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Sunny Studio--Cheery Scene Card

 


Good morning, friends!  Amy Copeland here, guest designing for the blog.  You are in for a real treat with the new design team, loads of inspiration heading your way! :)  I couldn't resist using this super cute Sunny Studio stamp set to make an uplifting (ha, get it?!) scene card for you today.

I started out by stamping out the images from Balloon Rides on white cardstock using copic friendly ink, then colored them in with Copic markers.  After I colored in my little scene images, I cut them out using the coordinating dies.  I then got to work on the background elements--I used a blending brush to blend Lawn Fawn Forget Me Not ink through a Cloudy Stencil onto heavyweight white cardstock.  I used a Simple Stitched Hillside Border die on Cilantro cardstock, then stamped my sentiment with Versamark ink, sprinkled on white embossing powder and heat embossed it using a heat tool.  I blended a little bit of Cilantro ink onto the stitched edge of the "grass" for a little depth and dimension.  After I finished my grass piece, I adhered it to the bottom of my sky piece using liquid glue.


Before adding my images to the card, I added a few little details to make the card pop.  I used Glossy Accents on the "buttons" of the balloon and the windows of the house, and added some sparkle to the clouds, sun, and bunting on the hot air balloon using a glitter pen like this one.



After the Glossy Accent dried, I adhered some elements using the same liquid glue as before and some elements using foam adhesive.  I then prepared an A2 card base (4 1/4 x 5 1/2) and adhered my card panel on top.  Hope you enjoyed today's card and that it inspires you to make a cute scene card for yourself--it's one of my favorite types of cards to make! :)

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