Friday, October 18, 2019

Friday with Amy: Sunny Studio Stamps | Feeling Frosty




Hey there!  It's Amy here sharing a couple of Sunny Studio Stamps tags!  They feature:



It's become a habit with me to stamp out all the images and see what I come up.  That's why I generally have two projects to share.  Those snow peeps are so cute, aren't they?

I make it easy on myself and use the same color palette for each tag.  That means paper and copics.

YG03 | YG25
E23 | E25
W0 | W3


I'm smitten with the lime and berry color.  A fresh non-traditional color palette.  I've been using pastels lately and thought I'd shake things up a bit.


The scallop tags are so fun.  I just cut the gingham panel to fit in the center.  Originally I cut some bristol paper squares and was going to blend some Distress Oxides but thought I could use the beautiful Gingham Jewel Tones Paper Pad.


Did you know that green is my favorite color?  This might be my favorite tag because:

green   |   coffee

Doesn't get much better than that, does it? [wink]


I have heat embossed both of the sentiments in Hero Arts white embossing powder.


So are you wondering what I'm going to do with the tags?  I'm probably going to mount them on A2 card panels but wanted to leave that option until it gets closer to the holidays.

I've loaded each of the snow peeps up with Wink of Stella.  I don't know about your Wink of Stella but I always lose mine and then when I find it again I use it a ton.  Yes, I just found it...don't ask.


Are you a tag maker?  I love them, such fun little canvas to work on.  Thanks so much for joining me today!

Links to supplies used can be found below:


6 comments:

  1. so aodrable cards!
    love snowmans!

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  2. These adorable snowmen really come to life with your fabulous coloring!! Love your color choices especially!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and for taking the time to leave such a sweet comment.

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  3. SSC Amy 😁😀😆😎😍. Really, really LIKE the lime green and fusia pink for winter.... who'da thought?!!?

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    1. Thank you Sue. We agree with you. Amy made an awesome choice with these colors.

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