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New Fall Stamps with Sunny Studio Stamps

Written by lisascreativeniche. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Hi!  It’s Lisa here again, woot woot!  Today I’m popping in with a card using the newer Sunny Studio Stamp set called Pretty Pumpkins, and this set is pretty!  I love layered stamps and Sunny Studio Stamps creates some of the best ones.  The dimension is incredible!  I also love to give them a watercolored look, and these stamps really make it look hand done check it out…

Aren’t they so cool?  With this set you can achieve some clear and crisp dimension if you use just your inks, but with the Clean Color Real Brush Markers I was able to achieve the more blended and watercolor look that I was looking for.  Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers used include:052, 023, 070, 061, 066,072, 036, 047,048.  I also have to thank my MISTI for making these images so easy to stamp.  To start I would color directly onto the stamps first and stamp them several times.  Then I could go over the ink with a water brush to smooth the color out.  For the darkest layer I chose to keep the lines more crisp and only went over them very lightly with my water brush.  For a more dimensional scene I used masking for the largest pumpkin and stamped the other two pumpkins in the background.

I then used colored in my own ground and a touch of a blue sky.  To finish the stamped panel I added a sentiment from the Pretty Pink Posh Giving Thanks set with Memento Ink, and die cut the whole thing with Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Rectangle Dies.

With layers of patterned paper, enamel dots and twine my card was complete!

Thanks so much for stopping by today, and Happy Crafting!

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Cute As A Button!

Written by lisascreativeniche. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Yes you are, but so is this card!  I loved the new layered stamp set by Sunny Studio called, Cute As A Button, the minute I saw it!  So of course I had to share some of my love with all of you, take a peek!

To create this card I started by stamping my buttons, first in the lighter color, and the second with my darker colors.  Once they were all stamped, I used the matching die set to cut them out.  Seriously, these buttons are so much fun to make that you really want to just keep making them!

Next, I began working on my sentiment.  I decided to go with the circle theme of the buttons and I cut out a circle with my Stitched Circle Dies.  To add some bright colors with a marbled effect I grabbed my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and a Waterbrush.  While this was drying I created the background of my card with some patterned papers found in the Echo Park Dots and Stripes Paper Pad.

When the circle had finally dried, the sentiment was added using Versafine Ink.  This ink is perfect when using watercolors as it won’t bleed or smear.  I then began to layer up my circle, buttons and background.  To finish the card off I used a fun mix of Pretty Pink Posh Clear Sequins.

The best part about the layered stamps is how easy they come together, but the depth that is created can have you playing for days!  Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope to see what you are creating linked up in our current challenge!

Happy Crafting!

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A Clean and Simple Watercolor Featuring Tombow Markers

Written by lisascreativeniche. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Hi!  It is Lisa here with you all today and I have a very clean and simple card to share with you today that incorporates layered stamping with watercoloring.  Most often layered stamps are used for their crisp lines and well obvious layers.  When you add watercoloring to these images it tends to soften layers, and depending on how much water you add it can even mix the layers more than desired.  For my card I chose to stamp the images using my Tombow Markers instead of ink pads, and this allowed me to have a little more control of how and where any blending would occur once I added clean water…

To create this card I first started with the stems of the flowers.  I loved that by using the markers I was able to achieve a two toned look without much effort.  I then went in with a brush and clean water to blend and smooth out the colors.  Next came the leaves, and finally the flowers on top.  For each of these I went back over each layer with a brush and clean water, making sure that the first layer was completely dry before adding my next.

The Timless Tulips by Sunny Studio also had the perfect sentiment for my card so I stamped it with Versafine ink.  I finished the card off with Distress Ink in Tumbled glass to give it a soft blue background.  To tie in the watercolor look I added a few drops of water to the background and blotted them off.

If watercoloring seems too “messy” or “uncontrollable” for your tastes then using markers such as Tombow is a fantastic option for you!  I can’t wait to see what you create with this technique, and feel free to add it to our latest challenge, where we are asking you to watercolor people or animals.

Happy Crafting!

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You Warm My Heart

Written by jpascarella. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Happy Friday, MarkerPOP friends! Are you a coffee drinker? I know that a lot of fans out there. I, however, I am not a coffee drinker, but I do love the smell of it!

Today, I am sharing a super fun card using the Mug Hugs stamp set from Sunny Studio Stamps:

I used a couple different distress inks to color the background of the card. I stamped some ink onto a stamp block and used a wet paintbrush to paint on the color. Once the background dried, I stamped the cup image with a dark brown. The heart image is stamped in the center of the cup with red ink. The sentiment is stamped with a darker brown ink. I used a circle punch and placed a circle over the sentiment. I used water down brown ink and splattered randomly over the card. I used a fancy die to create the panel of the card. The panel is then attached to a white cardbase.

Be sure to check out the rest of the Sunny Studio Stamps available in the MarkerPOP store!

Be sure to stop by the MarkerPOP blog to see the list of supplies used on today’s project!

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!

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