Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Sneak Peek Week: Chickie Baby, Banner Basics & Spring Fling Paper

Hello and welcome to day 3 of our Spring Sneak Peek Week!  All this week I am showcasing cards using our newest collection which will be available for purchase on Friday, January 10th

Today's sneak peeks include two new 4x6 stamp sets with their coordinating dies and a 6x6 Spring Paper Pack.  So excited to finally share!!!

Card No. 1:  My first card of the day showcases one of my favorite patterned papers from our new Spring Fling Paper pack together with three of the chicks from our Chickie Baby Stamps. The set comes with two unique backdrops that make scenic cards effortless. For my card here, I trimmed down the paper to allow room for a scalloped edge from our Eyelet Lace Border dies and then added a strip of pink daisy tone-on-tone paper from the pack to the inside portion of my card to peek out behind the eyelet lace edge. I heat embossed my sentiment using a phrase from the stamp set using white embossing powder and my card was done.  This card came together really quick and I just love how happy it feels!
Sunny Studio Blog: Easter Chick with Cherry Blossom Tree Handmade Card (using Spring Fling Paper, Chickie Baby Stamps & Eyelet Lace Border Dies)

Card No. 2:  For my next card, I paired the new Chickie Baby stamps with our popular Chubby Bunny Stamps from last year. Don't they look cute together?!  For my background I thought it would be fun to do an everyday take on our Scenic Route Stamps showing that they aren't limited to just the holidays or snowy hills. I finished off my card with a custom punny sentiment using our new Phoebe Alphabet Stamps (which will be fully unveiled on Friday).
Sunny Studio Blog: Hoppy Easter Chicks & Easter Bunnies with Eggs Handmade Card (using Chickie Baby, Chubby Bunny & Scenic Route Stamps)

Card No. 3:  I wanted to go clean and simple for my next card, using a rainbow striped print from our Spring Fling Paper pack for my card background. I then topped it with the outer scalloped mat from our new Frilly Frames Eyelet Lace Dies. My basket, eggs and chicks were colored in bright happy colors to match the patterned paper and then arranged in a row along the bottom.  I then added a loose shadow with my Copic C1 and C0 markers to ground my pieces a bit. My "Happy Easter" greeting was stamped with pink ink and I then embellished around it with a couple small heart images from the stamp set and a few pink hearts from our Heart Droplets Mix.
Sunny Studio Blog: Rainbow Striped Scalloped Easter Basket with Eggs & Chicks Handmade Card (using Frilly Frames Eyelet Lace Die, Chickie Baby Stamps & Spring Fling 6x6 Paper)

Card No. 4:  Up next is a card using the second scene backdrop available in our Spring Fling Paper pack. I cut a stitched mat using our Frilly Frames Retro Petal Dies and then used a piece of craft foam to pop it up and fit it right back into the negative space leftover for my background.  I love that I was able to create this look with single sheet of patterned paper and it gives my card a little something extra. Also by having that portion that pops out, it gave me a place to "hang" an Easter banner from our Chubby Bunny Stamps.
Sunny Studio Blog: Happy Easter Chick with Basket, Banner and Sunburst Background Card (using Spring Fling Paper, Chickie Baby Stamps & Chubby Bunny Stamps)

Card No. 5: Continuing with the idea of an Easter banner, I turned to our new Banner Basics stamps and Phoebe Alphabet Stamps for my next card.  Happily the curve of my banner perfectly mimics the curve of the fence in our new Spring Scenes stamps which I think is the perfect backdrop for a cute little Easter egg hunt scene. To use the grass patterned paper from our Spring Fling Paper pack, I stamped the fence border along the top of my patterned paper and then fussy cut it the grass border out to layer over the top of another piece that had been colored with Copic Markers. If you look closely, you will see that I colored the diecut area around my fence with my Copic markers to help it blend with my Tumbled Glass Distress Ink background.  I love how that little trick helps the die-cut lines just disappear into the background.

The dies that coordinate with the little grass tuft stamps in the Chickie Baby set only cut out the top portions of the grass, making it possible to tuck things behind them like Easter eggs. It's so much fun!  A little bunny and basket from our Chubby Bunny Stamps completed my scene.
Sunny Studio Blog: Bunny & Chick with Basket and Egg Hunt Happy Easter Banner Card (using Chubby Bunny, Chickie Baby, Banner Basics & Spring Scenes Stamps)

Card No. 6:  For this card I trimmed two borders of tulips for the top and bottom of my card front using a pattern from our Spring Fling Paper pack, together with a grassy print which I die-cut along the top using the grass border from our Sunny Sentiments Dies. The Chickie Baby Stamps come with separate little legs so that you can extend the chick's legs when he is placed inside the cracked egg. It's sort of a fun & silly look, but I love having extra options like that. I stamped a couple extra tulips from the set to tie in with my tulip paper and then used the large script Easter greeting stamped with Versafine Onyx Black Ink to complete my scene.
Sunny Studio Stamps: Happy Easter Chicks with Tulips and Cracked Eggs Card (using Chickie Baby Stamps & Spring Fling 6x6 Paper)

Card No. 7:  This is just another take on many of the same supplies used in card no. 5.  This time for my grass though I used various shades of green Copic markers to flick on color to resemble blades of grass. When I was done I then came in with a little distress ink to darken up the bottom corners.  For this card I used another banner from our new Banner Basics Stamps which I stamped with a sentiment from our Chickie Baby stamps.  To create some separation between my grass and Rainbow Bright paper, I cut a heart border from white cardstock using our new Heartstrings Border dies.
Sunny Studio Blog: Easter Eggs with Basket & Chicks Handmade Card (using Chickie Baby, Spring Scenes & Banner Basics Stamps with Rainbow Bright 6x6 Paper)

Tag No. 1:  For my last project of the day I created a bright and happy tag perfect for tying to an Easter basket. I started by cutting our Scalloped Circle Tag dies from a polka-dot print found in the new Spring Fling paper pack. I then layered my tag with some basic nesting circles using some more cute tone-on-tone prints from the paper pack. For my sentiment I turned to a greeting from our Happy Thoughts Stamps which I paired with the fun circular banner from our new Banner Basics set. This banner has been perfectly sized to fit not only our circle tags like this, but also our fancy frames circle dies. A bunny from Chubby Bunny, a chick from Chickie Baby and a kite from our Spring Showers set complete my little vignette. 
Sunny Studio Blog: Rainbow Polka-dot Easter Bunny & Chick with Kite Gift Tag (using Chubby Bunny, Chickie Baby, Spring Showers & Banner Basics Stamps, Spring Fling Paper & Scalloped Circle Tag)

That wraps up today's sneak peeks.  That was a whole lot of information and I really appreciate you hanging out with me today. I'd love to give a $25 gift code to one lucky winner using the rafflecopter below.  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 12th. :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a closer look at the new Spring Showers, Spring Scenes and Floating By stamps & dies used today (available for purchase on Friday, January 10th).

Sunny Studio Stamps: Chickie Baby Easter Chick, Eggs & Basket Happy Easter 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set     Sunny Sunny Studio Stamps: Chickie Baby Easter Chick, Eggs & Basket Happy Easter Matching Metal Cutting Dies Set

Sunny Studio Stamps Banner Basics 4x6 Pennant Photopolymer Clear Stamp Set     Sunny Studio Stamps Banner Basics 4x6 Pennant Matching Metal Cutting Dies

Sunny Studio Stamps: Spring Fling 6x6 Double Sided Patterned Paper 24-Sheet Pack

Sunny Studio Stamps: Spring Fling 6x6 Double Sided Patterned Paper 24-Sheet Pack

Other Supplies Used:
Sunny Sentiments Dies
Sunny Sentiments Dies
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Rainbow Bright 6x6 Paper
Rainbow Bright 6x6 Paper
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Happy Thoughts Stamps
Happy Thoughts Stamps
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Chubby Bunny Stamps
Chubby Bunny Stamps
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Chubby Bunny Dies
Chubby Bunny Dies
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Frilly Frames Retro Petals Dies
Frilly Frames Retro Petals Dies
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Scenic Route Stamps
Scenic Route Stamps
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Scenic Route Dies
Scenic Route Dies
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Phoebe Alphabet Stamps
Phoebe Alphabet Stamps
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Spring Scenes Stamps
Spring Scenes Stamps
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Spring Scenes Dies
Spring Scenes Dies
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Spring Showers Stamps
Spring Showers Stamps
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Spring Showers Dies
Spring Showers Dies
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Eyelet Lace Borders
Eyelet Lace Borders
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Frilly Frames-Eyelet Lace
Frilly Frames-Eyelet Lace
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Heartstrings Border Dies
Heartstrings Border Dies
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Heart Droplets Mix
Heart Droplets Mix
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*Please Note: Some items shown will not be available until January 10th release date.

66 comments:

  1. Love the pretty spring colors in the patterned paper. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. Our Easter's are simple,but nice. Your new release is beyond BEAUTIFUL!!! I can't wait to order! LOL!!!

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  3. We keep it casual. I make pysanky eggs for Easter especially but also throughout the year. I have a tradition with one of my grandsons and he looks forward to his egg every year for this holiday, his birthday and at Christmas. I'm really loving the Chickie Baby and Chubby Bunny stamps so much.

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  4. The chicks are adorable and I love the spring paper.

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  5. We don't dress up for Easter. We don't have any family tradition during Lent. We just try to enjoy each other's company since the boys are off school and I don't have work.

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  6. Everything about this release shown here is adorable!

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  7. I always color the eggs and bake a Easter bread and I decorate the house with Easter bunnies.

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  8. Our traditions are pretty casual. Even though my kids are teenagers, we still have fun coloring eggs, the kids still get handmade baskets of goodies and we have a nice Easter dinner together as a family. Love the new critters, those banner dies are awesome, and cute paper pad. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. Yesterday I commented on FB how ready I am for spring. Today's release makes me long for warmer weather and spring conditions even more! I like the new stamps and dies, but the new Spring Fling paper really takes the spotlight today!!

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  10. I love the bright and cheery colours! This release is so cute!

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  11. I swear the sneak peeks get better every day. The colouring combined with the pretty papers and images are perfect to usher in the glorious spring season. We have no special Easter traditions.

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  12. We meet up with extended family for a lunch that morphs into dinner since its potluck. We all go to Easter mass too!

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  13. OH MY!!! These are Sooooo Adorable!!!!! Egg hunt is what we do for Easter!!

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  14. Wow, loving everything! The pattern papers are beautiful!

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  15. That's a whole lot of cuteness. And those papers are gorgeous! Terri Burson

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  16. I'm Jewish so I don't celebrate Easter. My husband is Catholic - we made Easter baskets for the kids when they were little.

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  17. We go to church on Easter and then have a Easter dinner with family and an egg hunt for the kids.

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  18. Spending time with loved ones on Easter at a picnic. Love today's inspiration!
    Rosalie

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  19. I do dress up. We go out for brunch, and then everyone comes to our house for games. Your chubby chicks and bunnies are really cute. I love the basket, too!

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  20. Up until just a few years ago, we always went out & got new Easter outfits for church. We're a lot more casual now. Love all the cute little chicks & bunnies.

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  21. These are just adorable! Fun creations!
    For Easter, I always loved fixing an Easter basket! Getting See's Candy still is such a treat... a chocolate egg especially!

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  22. Those are the sweetest little chicks ever! Love today's sneak peeks!

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  23. Adorable new release as always!! Love the new pattern paper pack - that's a must to have!! Thank you for all the inspiration!

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  24. We keep it casual. We go to brunch and exchange Easter baskets.

    Love this release!

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  25. Everything in the release just keeps getting cuter and cuter! Can’t wait to see what’s next!

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  26. very casual dinner with family for easter. I still like to color eggs and baskets for my grown kids.

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  27. I love that pattern paper and DARLING little chicks! We keep it casual in my family these days but we used to dress up and go to the Drake Hotel for brunch!

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  28. Our tradition is worship Easter morning, singing songs of praise; Jesus Christ is Risen Today, I Know that my Redeemer Lives,etc. Then it's home for Easter dinner with family. Best china, crystal & silver!

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  29. One fun Easter tradition is the annual egg hunt, where the eggs have money in them. The search is always on, especially to find the egg with the $10 bill!

    And our dinners are casual!

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  30. We keep Easter pretty casual. We do have a countdown with scriptures we read for 25 days leading up to Easter though. Today's new stamps are adorable!

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  31. We have a community Lenten (the 40 days before Easter) Luncheon that we attend where each week a different church hosts the short worship service and lunch on Thursdays. I find it refreshing!!! Sort of like these cards...bunnies...chicks and colorful! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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  32. We attend church on Easter and then have lunch with our extended family.

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  33. We attend church and have a meal together.

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  34. We do Easter with family & Passover with our best friends. As for Items today, I’m completely in love with the Chickie Baby set! For sure on my to-buy list!

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  35. Easter in our home is celebrated by attending church and having a meal with family. We don't do bunnies or chocolates lol. Love the gorgeous spring fling paper pack...gorgeous colours!

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  36. No Easter traditions (my kids are too old to dye eggs now), but I have to say that I absolutely LOVE the paper pad!!

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  37. Those chicks and bunnies are so adorable.
    We color eggs the Saturday before Easter. On Sunday my extended
    family gets together. Everyone brings a dish and we have a wonderful brunch.

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  38. Ok, those new papers are sooo beautiful and just perfect to create the most adorable scenes! And I love those lovely chicks!!

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  39. Those little chicks are so darn cute! I love them so much!

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  40. I love the banner stamps and dies. Always looking for creative ways to add the words to my cards.

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  41. Such adorable critters! Always love the birdies, no matter the type.
    We always go to my cousin's home for Easter and have a traditional
    ham dinner. And she has the most fabulous butterfly garden so we sit
    out there after dinner with coffee & dessert.

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  42. Can't wait for the release! Such adorable cards!!

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  43. Those chicks are absolutely adorable. We don't have any specific Easter traditions, when the kids were little we would do an Easter egg hunt but that's all.

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  44. my Maternal family was Polish and Catholic....so, "blessed food", blessed by the priest during a special mass, for brunch was the tradition. you had to eat at least a small bit of each item, including horseradish. then of course the regular, large dinner.

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  45. Such adorable projects!! Love the cute chicks!! Easter traditions... means Easter baskets for me!lol
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Migdalia's Crafts

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  46. Our Easter has relaxed over the years into a pretty casual affair. We like to gather (four generations) for a picnic at the park.

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  47. Oh my goodness I lobe the chicks! Your cards and tags are adorable!
    We like to dye eggs for the Easter egg hunt. My kids are getting older but they still love a basket so I still make one for each of them.

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  48. We don't have a family tradition for Easter though.
    Love those cute chickies

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  49. We don't have a family Easter tradition now but we used to take our kids on local Easter Egg hunts - so fun:)

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  50. Love the Chicky stamp set, so adorable. Love the scene building and the pattern papers.
    We don't have any Easter tradition.

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  51. Those little chickies are so sweet and put me in the mood for Spring! Totally cute for Easter cards!!

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  52. Absolutely adorable cards..love them...Nothing special for Easter here anymore sigh and we don't dress up much, guess you could say we are kind of boring LOL!!

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  53. Marisela Delgado said: Those chicks are super cute. So happy. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  54. Gorgeous cards! I love the cherry-blossom tree/mountain 6x6 paper - such a lovely background for your card!
    Every Easter, my family makes it a point to gather for a family meal...sometimes brunch out, but the past few years, we've gone to my mom and dad's house so we can include them too. <3

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  55. These are all so cute. We are just starting new traditions with our young grandchildren (1&4). I make cards do they will each get handmade cards from their Grannie and we go with them to their neighborhood egg hunt.

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  56. These are all so cute. We are just starting new traditions with our young grandchildren (1&4). I make cards do they will each get handmade cards from their Grannie and we go with them to their neighborhood egg hunt.

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  57. Those chicks are super cute and I love the new paper!

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  58. This is so adorable. Of course, we have to color eggs and hide them. Tradition is important!

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  59. Easter tradition includes an indoor egg hunt (because Easter is usually in the middle of snow), very much chocolate, and it used to include a hike to the top of Mt Mansfield

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  60. I don't have any special Easter traditions.

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  61. My family goes to Church and pancake breakfast there after service. Later we have a potluck w/ our family!

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  62. Adorable! We are casual nothing special.

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  63. Those bunnies are too cute! We love to dress up and have Easter hunts and a family gathering.

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