Hi there stampers! It's time to bring you a little sunshine... so today we are sharing projects using the Sunshine Background Stamp!
This is a fun and bold stamp! But don't be fooled by the black on the header card... this stamp can be very subtle when used with soft inks just like this:
This is a super quick and fun card to make! Start by folded a light yellow or cream piece of cardstock as your card base. Then stamp the Sunshine Background using Archival Chrome Yellow inkpad. The light and dark areas of the stamp will now show up as different tones of yellow, giving it three different shades. Fun!! The hello circle is from the Simply Circles stamp set. Punched out using a circle scallop punch and layered into the card using 3D adhesive to make it pop up.
Here's what Godelieve has created:
I stamped the Sunshine background with Archival ink French Ultramarine, the quote and butterfly with Cobalt.
The background and butterfly were inked with Distress Ink #Crushed Olive & Broken China. A few pearls, made with Viva Decor's Pearl Pen
as finishing touches.
Here's another idea:
A New Home card I made with the new Sunshine
I started with a Distress Ink Background, cut to card size. I used the leftover pieces to make a tree and some shrubs. The house was stamped with Ranger Archival ink, and inked with Fired Brick Distress ink.
The Sunshine stamp was stamped with Ranger Archival Ink #Saffron. I love how crisp this ink stamps. It shows every little detail from the stamp. To add some texture to the tree trunk I used the Scratches Background stamp. The sentiment on the card was stamped with Darkroom Door's Alphabet Medley.
Cuttlebug embossing folder.
Here's an idea from Teresa:
I've combined one of the hottest trends (neon) with my favourite alphabet, the Alphabet Medley
set to make this encouragement card.
And here's a couple of cards from Connie:
Details: I created a set of card/tags using the new and fabulous Sunshine
background stamp! I have to be honest, I loved it at first sight. I used it on some high gloss pattern paper and love the effect!! I also have a thing for butterflies so that made it an easy choice as to what to add to the center of the Sunshine design. I also used the Butterflies and Wings set.
We hope you enjoyed these ideas!
Thanks for stopping by!
Sunshine Background Stamp - Project Ideas