Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Sneak Peek Week: Everything's Rosy, Everyday Greetings & Frilly Frames

Hello and welcome to our Spring Sneak Peek Week (for Season's Giving Blog Hop please click HERE)!  All this week I will be showcasing cards using our new collection for Spring coming out on Friday, January 4th.  

Today I will showing some fun ways to use our new Everything's Rosy stamps & diesEveryday Greetings stamps and two new mix and match Frilly Frames Dies.  :)

Card No. 1:  Up first is a card featuring all three products in a soft and pretty Sympathy card.  The sentiments in this new scripty set come with four phrases to compliment the beautiful roses in our newest layering set.  Our Everything's Rosy stamps creates two Roses, one trio of leaves and a small baby's breath type flower.

To frame my roses, I turned to our new Frilly Frames Polka Dot Dies.  These dies have two separate pieces so you can cut a scalloped mat, a polka-dot background or both at the same time.  For this background, I actually took my X-acto knife and cut a window around the stitching so that I could add my polka-dot background behind it as a separate piece for extra dimension. I then adhered them to a piece of pink gingham paper from our new Gingham Pastels 6x6 Paper Pack.
Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Rose Sympathy Card (Using Everyday Greetings Stamps & Frilly Frames Polka-Dot Dies)

Card No. 2:  For my next card I paired the roses with a new leafy frame that will be featured more on Thursday.  ;)  I inked up my background with a little tumbled glass distress ink and sprinkled some Crystal Clear sequins by Studio Katia.  They are such a pretty iridescent color that pick up both the blues and pinks in person.  I finished off my card with the birthday sentiment from our new Everyday Greetings stamps.
Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Layered Rose Birthday Card (using Everyday Greetings Stamps & Botanical Backdrop Dies)

Card No. 3:  Up next I switched up my colors for the Roses and put a Valentine's Day spin on them, pairing them with the Quilted Hearts Embossing Folder shared yesterday.  For my sentiment I heat embossed it with opaque white powder using a sentiment from our Happy Thoughts stamps.  I completed my card with a couple of small drops from Studio Katia's Clear Drop Mix 2--I love how they look like beautiful dew drops which feels so perfect for roses!
Sunny Studio Stamps Everything's Rosy Layered Rose Valentine's Day Card (using Happy Thoughts Stamps & Quilted Hearts Embossing Folder)

Card No. 4: For this card I took the inner background from our new Frilly Frames Lattice Dies and positioned it vertically on my horizontal card panel, first running it through my die-cuttting machine aligned on the left side.  I then aligned it on the right side feeling the grooves of my first cut before running it through my machine a second time for a full coverage background.  I then framed the lattice using our Comic Strip Everyday dies (cutting out the inside frames to leave just the outside stitched border).  

I cut apart the words "thank you" from our new Everyday Greetings stamps so that I could stack them to fit in the space I had and then framed them with a stitched scalloped circle from our Fancy Frames Circle dies.  This card design looks fabulous with any rose color so I had a hard time deciding which one to use, but in the end I went with yellow roses which I think are a beautiful compliment.
Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Yellow, Black & White Layered Rose Thank You Card (using Everyday Greetings & Frilly Frames Lattice Dies)

Card No. 5:  Up next is another soft and sweet card mixing a couple different colored roses with the jar from our Vintage Jars Stamps and dies and the stems from our Daffodil Dreams stamps.  To create the look of water in my jar, I used the little oval ring that comes with the jar stamps and then created a mask from a post-it note to ink in the "water" with tumbled glass distress ink.

For my background, I used both dies from the Frilly Frames Lattice dies at the same time to create a single layer mat with both the scalloped edge and lattice cutouts.  I then tucked in a piece of white cardstock below which I had inked up with some more tumbled glass distress ink.  I completed my card by mounting them onto a piece of patterned paper from our new Flirty Flowers 6x6 Paper Pack and sprinkled on some of my favorite Studio Katia Crystal Clear Mini Sequins.  My sentiment from the Everything's Rose set was stamped onto a piece of coordinating striped paper from our new Dots & Stripes Pastels 6x6 Paper and popped up with a piece of foam tape.
Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Congrats Rose Card (using Vintage Jar Stamps, Frilly Frames Lattice Dies & Flirty Flowers Paper)

Card No. 6: For my last card of the day, I used a similar color scheme as I did for my Valentine's Day card, this time making a wedding card using another sentiment from the Everyday Greetings stamps.  This time I inked up the water in my jar using Colorbox Sky Ink and used our new Quilted Hearts Embossing Folder to add some extra texture to my background and continue the love theme.

For the black and white striped pattern I used our Background Basics stamps together with my favorite VersaMark Black Onyx ink.  To get really full coverage, I stamped it repeatedly using a stamp positioning tool and then made sure to zap it pretty good with my heat gun so my fingers wouldn't smudge it.
Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Red, Black & White Rose Wedding Card (using Background Basics, Everyday Greetings, Vintage Jar stamps & Quilted Hearts embossing folder

Here's a closer look at the two new Frilly Frames dies mix and match sets.  The inner patterns of each are separate making it possible to either use just the outer frame as a scalloped mat sized 4" x 5.25", use just the inner portion as a background or mix the two like shown here.  These look awesome when paired with our Fancy Frames Rectangle dies and have so many possibilities!  I found myself turning to them over and over for my cards this week.  ;)
Sunny Studio Stamps Frilly Frames Lattice & Polka-dot Mix and Match Stitched Scalloped Lacey Mat Die Examples

To help you line up our Everything's Rosy stamps like a pro I've created a special layering guide (you can click on the photo below to view it larger).  For all the Roses I started by stamping them with the darkest ink color, working towards the lightest.  The black outline indicates where that layer touches the previously stamped layer.  :)
Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Layered Rose Layering Guide

I will note that this particular set requires 4 to 5 ink colors for each rose and 3 inks for the leaves so the only downside is it requires a decent stash of inks for best results (in addition to a stamp positioning tool).  

I frequently am asked which ink colors I used for my layered images.  While I think there are so many great options out there, these are the colors I used today for my stamped images (in the ordered shared from darkest to lightest)...

Darkest Pink Roses
Colorbox Gooseberry
Colorbox Dark Cherry
Colorbox Very Berry
Versafine Charming Pink
Colorbox Candy


Medium Pink Roses
Colorbox Dark Cherry
Simon Says Stamps Doll Pink
Hero Arts Ultra Pink
MFT Cotton Candy
Hero Arts Passion Flower


Light Pink Roses
Papertrey Ink Raspberry Fizz
Papertrey Ink Hibiscus Flower
Ranger Pink Gumball
MFT Cotton Candy

Hero Arts Passion Flower

Red Roses
Colorbox Cranberry
Colorbox Candy Red
Stampin' Up Watermelon Wonder
Simon Says Stamps Hot Lips
Lawn Fawn Bubblegum


Yellow Roses
Stampin' Up Crushed Curry
Colorbox Dandelion
Colorbox Banana
Versafine Cheerful
Colorbox Lemonade

Light Green Leaves
Colorbox Artichoke
Colorbox Tree Frog
Colorbox Kiwi


Dark Green Leaves
Colorbox Golf Course
Colorbox Green Apple
Colorbox Grasshopper


Mason Jar 
Simon Says Stamp Sea Glass
Simon Says Stamp Maliblue

I'm so happy you've joined me for today's sneak peek and I'd love to give a $25 gift code to one lucky winner.  Make sure to keep checking back all this week for more peeks & prizes for up to five chances to win.  The contests run through Saturday at Midnight PST with winners announced here on Sunday, January 6th. :)

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Here's a closer look at the new Everything's Rosy stamps & coordinating dies, Everyday Greetings 3x4 Stamps and the two new mix and match Frilly Frames used today (available for purchase on Friday, January 4th). 


Sunny Studio Stamps: Introducing New Everything's Rosy 4x6 Layering Rose Photopolymer Stamp Set   Sunny Studio Stamps: Everything's Rosy Coordinating Metal Cutting Dies   Sunny Studio Stamps: Everyday Greetings 3x4 Photopolymer Sentiment Stamps (including Sympathy, Birthday, Thank You & Best Wishes on Your Wedding Day)

Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Lattice Stitched Scallop Mix & Match Background Mat Dies   Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Polka-Dot Stitched Scallop Mix & Match Background Mat Dies

Other Sunny Studio Supplies Used:
Daffodil Dreams Stamps
Daffodil Dreams Stamps
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Vintage Jar Dies
Vintage Jar Dies
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Vintage Jar Stamps
Vintage Jar Stamps
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Fancy Frames-Circle Dies
Fancy Frames-Circle Dies
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Background Basics Stamps
Background Basics Stamps
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Happy Thoughts Stamps
Happy Thoughts Stamps
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Clear Drops Mix 2
Clear Drops Mix 2
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Crystal Clear Mini Sequins
Crystal Clear Mini Sequins
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Crystal Clear Confetti
Crystal Clear Confetti
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VersaMark Watermark Ink
VersaMark Watermark Ink
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Flirty Flowers 6x6 Paper
Flirty Flowers 6x6 Paper
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Dots & Stripes Pastels 6x6 Paper
Dots & Stripes Pastels 6x6 Paper
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Quilted Hearts Embossing
Quilted Hearts Embossing
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Botanical Backdrop Die
Botanical Backdrop Die
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144 comments:

  1. Oh what beautiful layered roses and stunning cards! I didn't make a resolution this year.

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  2. Don't do resolutions ... just planning to do more watercoloring & continue working on my health.

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  3. Aw there all such beautiful cards! ☺ I didn't make a new year resolution.

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  4. Beautiful cards! I don't make new year resolutions per sey but I do plan on focusing on organization and faith this year. Thanks for this chance!

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  5. The roses are beautiful and I love the background dies. This coming year I would like to learn water coloring. I signed up for an online course a few years back and have been afraid to take it. :(

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  6. Gorgeous roses and love the new dies

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  7. The cards are so beautiful! My goal this year is to FINALLY organize my craft space.
    -Debbie J.

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  8. I did not make a resolution this year. I am just praying for a happy and healthy year for all those I know, and those I do not.

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  9. I love that quilted heart embossing folder! No resolutions here but continuing to try and stay healthy as a breast cancer survivor.

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  10. My resolution is to maintain a better work life balance.

    I love the lattice die and the new quilted heart embossing folder!

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  11. The layering roses are just precious and those sweet frames, so fabulous. I've made no new resolutions this year, I just want to continue to hone my skills as a crafter.

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  12. Wow... came here for the Seasons Givings hop and stumbled on this gorgeous gorgeous post! Wow!

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    1. I did not make a resolution this year... every year I just try to be better than I was before ... love better, understand better.. just a little better in all I do... Happy New Year!

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  13. Love the embossing....

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  14. No "resolution" this year. Just trying to get healthy. Love your Everyday Sentiments!

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  15. These are great! You are so talented!

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  16. I have no floral layering stamps and would love to jump in with both feet. Beautiful

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  17. My resolution is to try and exercise more and make more time for stamping. Another spectacular release!

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  18. My resolution is to clean up my messy craft room for I can't stand it anymore. It may take me a month to do it...lol Loving the Rosey card inspiration!

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    1. What a great resolution. I think I should make that mine too. :)

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  19. Not formally - but I would really like to take more time to craft!

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  20. Oh my Gosh!!! I must have the roses. They are absolutely gorgeous.

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  21. My crafting resolution is to play along with all the Mojo Monday Sketches.

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  22. Of course I need to lose weight but the chocolate gods are not on my side.

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  23. All the cards are gorgeous. Love the rosy stamps et and the great greeting stamps. My crafty resolution this year is to get all my scrapbook pages into books.

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  24. Thanks so much for a chance to win such a great prize. No resolution but just trying to finish organizing my craft space.
    I have to say that I think those roses are absolutely the most beautiful I have ever seen and there are a lot of rose stamps out there. Well done. On my wish list for certain. Cheers.

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  25. Love the mix and match feature of the dies! Beautiful samples!
    My resolution is to organize my stamp room.... same as every year! I hope 2019 is the year it gets done!

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  26. Another amazing new release! The Everyhing’s Rosy stamp set is beautiful and the die sets are wonderful too! Thanks for sharing such beautiful cards and providing lots of inspiration!

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  27. I definitely have some goals in place for this year, but I'm not into New Year's resolutions.

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  28. I love your fun and whimsical designs! Your stamped and layered roses are also beautiful! I can't wait to see more in 2019!
    Crafty Hugs!
    Michele
    crimsonowl@comcast.net

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  29. Wow! This layered stamping is a new thing for you! Beautiful cards--love the new product release! No real "resolution"--just want God to mold me into a better person this year than I was last year.

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  30. No special resolutions this year

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  31. Beautiful cards! Must have sets!

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    1. Just goals this year to get my room organized-alot of purging & send more cards

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    2. You know that I am going to have to own this set.....as my name...everyone calls me Rosy.....I love the new release....thanks so much

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  32. Hi Mendi! Happy New Year and God Bless! My resolution is to have endurance in bettering myself. Thanks!

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  33. LOVE this sneak peek. The roses are gorgeous and I can't wait to get them along with everything else used to make these beautiful cards!

    2019 Resolution: To improve upon last years resolutions.

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  34. I love multi-step stamps! Nope, didn't make any new years resolutions, just a lot of positive hope this year is better than last year.

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  35. Beautiful rose stamp set! Coincides with the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl football game! Resolutions? I have to quote Maxine from her new calendar - “This yearI resolve to lose ten pounds...or my temper. Whichever comes first.” 😁

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  36. Wow, everything you featured today is AMAZING! I want it all sooooo bad. Such beautiful products! I don't do resolutions just try to be better then I was last year.

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  37. Those roses are just beautiful! Thanks for putting the color combos there, too!
    No resolution, but I'm hoping to knuckle down and actually DO more crafting rather than spending so much time hoarding ideas. : )

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  38. What a beautiful release! Those roses are spectacular!! My goal is to make more "just because" cards and actually MAIL them!!!

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  39. Such gorgeous cards! Love your stamp sets & paper!

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  40. Everything is just gorgeous!! My new year's resolution is to get my craft room put together 100% before the summer! We moved in February and it's functional, but not 100%.

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  41. I LOVE the quilted hearts embossing folder. I stopped making NY resolutions decades ago.

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  42. Simply lovely cards. Love the layered roses and the dies. Congrats on this release!!

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  43. I’m in love with this new release! Roses are my favorite and those background dies and embossings are AMAZING! Perfect for many special occasions! Waiting for January 4th

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  44. I did not make a New year's resolution.
    Anything I would have committed to is
    something I would do anyway. thanks
    for sharing the wonderful cards - makes
    me think that spring is coming.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  45. Gorgeous roses. Love the beautiful cards and those background dies. They just went to the top of my list. TFS

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  46. Mendi! I love these roses (my birth flower and namesake of my blog!). This set is amazing and now that I'm no longer with FSJ I'm open to use any and all stamps I want. Loving this new year! I'll be back shopping soon :)

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  47. Beautiful Roses!! I love that you also have the baby's breath type flower with the set, wonderful accent. Thank you for listing the ink colors you used, I love that you used combos of so many brands! Very much like my collection, ha! Beautiful cards.

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  48. Wow those Rose's are stunning! I made a resolution to exercise...need to stick with it this time. Happy New Year!

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  49. I have two resolutions this year. One is to use up my stash. I need to use up what I have to make room for the new. And my second is to start learning color blending/shading. Happy New Year!!!

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  50. A great new release. I love the rose stamps with matching die cuts, the backgrounds, and the big sentiments are awesome for all year!

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  51. Oh my, those rose stamps are incredibly beautiful- a must have! One of my resolutions this year is to make Christmas cards throughout the year, so I'm not stressing about having to create 75 cards while all the other holiday festivities are happening as well. Also, I was going to resolve to buy fewer stamps until using some of my vast untouched collection, but I knew I would never keep that one... : )

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  52. My resolution is to stick to my Keto diet better and to spend more time doing fun things I like -- such as reading books and making cards! I am over the moon in love with these new roses and will 100% be buying them! Just gorgeous!!

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  53. Yes I did. My goal is to make at least 2 cards per week and post them on social media.

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  54. I did not make a New Year's Resolution this year. . . maybe I should have!

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  55. I haven't made any resolutions this year, since I never keep them. Instead I'm setting goals this year. #1 is to clean my craft space to make it easier to create! Happy New Year!

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  56. YOU ARE SOOOO TALENTED! The roses are awesome!Resolution? BE HAPPY!

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  57. These are gorgeous!!! I do a Word of the year and for 2019 my word is Essence.

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  58. The new embossing folder is adorable!

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  59. What a beautiful layering stamp! It’s so detailed, so realistic !

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  60. Wow, those roses are stunning! Love the background dies too! My goal this year is to finish a book I've been writing and finally get it published. So exciting!

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  61. Ohhh the roses are beautiful as is the heart embossing folder.

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  62. Wow!!! These Are really Beautiful stamps!!!! Love!!!!

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  63. I always start out with resolutions but they slowly stop. Love those roses.

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  64. Beautiful cards. My resolution is to finish up some projects and reduce my supply of consumable products.

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  65. yes - eat healthy and loos the weight I gained this year!

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  66. My resolution is to be more organized!

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  67. loving the new stamps thanks for sharing

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  68. No resolutions per se, but I do want to focus more on being healthier.

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  69. I want to continue on the health journey that I started at the end of this year.

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  70. A resolution, eh? I don’t necessarily make resolutions but aim toward goals. Some goals for 2019 include; crafting more, reading more and of course, becoming healthier. 😉

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  71. Keep up my organizing... I have come so far in 2018! I just love the new frilly frames...

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  72. My resolution is to organize my craftroom so I can be more productive!!

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  73. One of my goals is to exercise more.

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  74. I’m loving the layered roses. Simply beautiful! As well as the frilly frame dies. Just gorgeous Mendi. No resolutions here. Only some crafty related goals.

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  75. I like both of your new frame dies! Happy New Year :)

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  76. All of the cards are so gorgeous! And those frame dies are really neat!

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  77. WOW... they are gorgeous cards. I am in love with those roses and the background dies.
    I do have new year crafty resolution this year, hope to do better organization in my craft room :)

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  78. These roses are stunning! Bravo! My goals are to organize, clean and get rid of clutter this year!

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  79. What a fabulous set of cards! These new products are awesome. As for a resolution for 2019...it's to play with my crafting materials an hour each day!

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  80. Yes. I do have a New Year's resolution for this year. I am going to get my stamps all inventoried and organized. I have been stamping since 2001 so that is a tall order. I am going to try using Evernote to do it. Thanks for a chance to win! :D

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  81. My 2019 resolutions include walking more for exercise, reading good books and learning new coloring techniques for stamped images. Happy New Year!

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  82. I do hope to
    get more cards
    made this year.
    Carla from Utah

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  83. My goal this year is to continue losing weight (20 pounds so far) and to get more organized so I have more time to spend in my craft room!

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  84. Fabulous cards, Mendi! Those layered roses are gorgeous! I never do New Year's resolutions, but I have set some crafty goals for myself. I want to get my craft room and supplies more organized, use my stamps and dies that I didn't get an opportunity to use last year, and spend more time crafting.

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  85. Beautiful cards and fun stamps! My goal is to do more scrapbooking and learn how to use Instagram.

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  86. I'm excited about this new release. I'm crazy about the roses and the frilly frames. I don't make New Year's resolutions. It is so hard to keep them. I do hope to spend more time crafting this year.

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  87. WOW - WONDERFUL release and cards!
    My crafty goals for 2019 are to colour more AND to finish off projects that I start ... I'm a bit overwhelmed with UFO's :)

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  88. This release looks amazing! The samples are all gorgeous!

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  89. Such pretty cards. I love the detail of the flowers. The cover dies look so versatile. What a great release.

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  90. So grateful that you've shared your ink colours with us Mendi, more of that in future for your layering stamps, pretty please :) My new year's resolution is -confession time- to use more of my craft supplies. I seem to have made craft supply buying a hobby in itself! x, D

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  91. I love these products! The Fancy Frames are such a great idea, I hope to get them both. The layering stamp is lovely. My goal this year is to eat healthy - no sugar, refined flour, no dyes or chemicals and additives. I ate healthy when I was younger, then got complacent as I got older.

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  93. I love the new stamps sets, the roses are to die for...thanks for giving us the color combos that you used.....my resolution is set up in small goals the first one is to go swim at the YMCA everyday but Sunday the month of January.

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  94. Wow! Those roses are just stunning! they make beautiful cards.

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  95. Love the Frilly Frame dies. And yes, this year's resolution is to be even more green than I am now.

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  96. Lovely cards:-)
    I make resolution on the go, nothing special for the new year.

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  97. This rose set is absolutely stunning! The layering affect is so beautiful and truly makes these roses come "alive." Great set. :-)

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  98. Such a beautiful new release. I'm still thinking about my new year's resolutions, but I did not put anything down on paper :) Me and my partner made a few of them to work on us again and to take some time away from crazy life :)

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  99. love these new dies - gorgeous !!!!
    I am determined to loose weight this year lol!!!

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  100. I LOVE the AMAZING New Products and Inspiration!! I CAN'T WAIT to SHOP!! My NEW Year's Resolution, is to get MORE Organized and to get in shape!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!!

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  101. All the critters are so cute. Love them all!

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  102. Beautiful cards!! Lots of great new products!!

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  103. Cleverly designed card with these new fabulous products!

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  104. These roses are absolutely beautiful!!!

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  105. i am a complete and total sucker for anything floral - and those roses are absolutely amazing. really. like amazing amazing. so are the two frilly frames. they are must haves. you are really outdoing yourself with this release.

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  107. No New Year resolutions for me this year. However I plan to really concentrate on improving my stamping/coloring abilities and learn how to properly use alcohol markers and Polychromos colored pencils (both of which I just got for Christmas - insert happy dance lol).
    (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

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  108. Wow - beautiful projects! My New Year's Resolution is to try new techniques!

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  109. Nope, no new years resolutions for me, except to eat healthy. Not sure I'll be successful though!

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  110. No I don't make new years resolutions. I just try each day to be a bit better.

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  111. No yearly resolutions, just a daily resolve to be kind and do the best I can in all things!

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  112. WOW! What a gorgeous array of cards from one set!!! No resolutions, take one day at a time and be your best each day! Thanks for sponsoring the Season's Greetings blog hop!

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  113. I hope to label all my stamps and tidy up the craft supplies systematically.

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  114. Still pondering a few resolution ideas or considering just a simple goal each month. Those roses are beautiful! Loved the cards you shared.

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  115. Those roses are beautiful!!! Going to need to purchase these beauties

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  116. My New Years Resolution is to finish my cardmaking and knitting projects that I have started.

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  117. thanks for the colors used on the roses, these are all gorgeous!

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  118. Lovely cards! I don't make New Year resolutions.

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  119. NO other company compares with Sunny Studio when it comes to layering stamps that produce realistic images. The example here are the new roses! WOW! Absolutely beautiful!
    But I must give equal love to the Quilted Heart embossing folding and Frilly Frames dies. They look like they would make wonderful addition to any crafter's stash. They are definitely on my Wish List.

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  120. I don’t make new year’s resolutions anymore...I just try to live a healthy life and be kind to people every day. ❤️
    Beautiful cards - a lovely way to start the month!

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  121. I didn't really make a resolution. More like I reminded myself of the things I need to do to keep myself healthy and happy, and I'm going to try and do better at those step by step. Step one: get up at a consistent time every morning. (Blech.)

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  122. I never make a New Years Resolution, but I often have smaller resolutions throughout the year...mostly vowing to get more organized and to stress less.

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  123. Beautiful cards. I didn't really make any New Years resolutions instead I set goals to craft more and get organized.

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  124. Oh My Goodness, I'm in love with these roses! You've given us some gorgeous examples, and I can't wait to get a set! The new Frilly Frames are a must have, too, and they've all risen to the top of my wishlist!

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  125. My New Year's Resolution is to get better organized in my craft room and finish some of the projects I began in 2018.

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  126. Florals, polka dots and frilly frames....I am in LOVE!!! Don't really do or have a resolution but I am working on re arranging my crafting space.

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  127. Gorgeous stamp layering set, so detailed. Liking the background dies, double choice. Crafting resolution to make more cards while practicing with my markers, personal resolution to claim back some independence now I finally have my new wheelchair yeah !!!!

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  128. So in love with everything here. Josmary flores

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  129. I did not make a resolution this year. In fact I rarely do. I did however make a list of crafty techniques to try based on my Pinterest boards. I'm hoping that having a list I can check off will help me branch out as a card maker. :-)

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  130. Not a resolution but a word... Balance. I'm hoping to find balance with all of my responsibilities and work.

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  131. The roses are lovely!!! I tend to never keep my resolutions but this year I hope to create more with the supplies I already have. I do love shopping for new things but it really isn't fair to the beautiful stamps and dies that are left unused! (Some have never been used, just looked at a lot :/ )

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  132. Wow! Gorgeous cards! Everything's Rosy stamp set is so lovely. Thanks for sharing the colors you used to make these beautiful cards.

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  133. Gorgeous cards. No resolutions for me.

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  134. My resolution is to be more positive this year!

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  135. Beautiful layered rose! I don't make resolutions - but I do intend to try to be more organized this year!

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  136. kind of. continuing to pare down my "stuff"

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  137. Yes, I made a New Year's Resolution - to be more supportive of my friend Mendi and to use my Sunny Studio stamps more!!!

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  138. Like most everyone else, I just want (need) to get organized. I waste far too much time digging through piles of supplies trying to find what I need for a project.

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