Happy Saturday, friends! Do you have any plans for the weekend? 😄 In today’s blog post and video I’m showing you how to make a Sliding Window Card with Sunny Studio products.

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks and how not to make this sliding window card. 😉

I stamped and colored images from the Fabulous Flamingo and Beach Babies Stamp Sets from Sunny Studio. These designs are so adorable and I love how you can mix and match these to create unique scenes!

Next, I used the Sliding Window Pop-Up Dies from Sunny Studio to create my interactive card. It wasn’t very easy. I made lots of mistakes! Maybe because my friend and I were talking too much. LOL!

Make sure to start out with a piece of 3″ by 4″ card stock to make your pop-up scene. Otherwise you might have to do some trimming afterwards and mess up your whole design! 😱

In the video, I explain to you how to assemble this card so make sure to watch it! 😄 For the sentiment, I used Versamark and Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder from WOW. Finally, I adhered Sparkling Clear Sequins and added shine with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze.

That’s it for now. Thanks so much for stopping by! Sending big hugs. 💛

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Happy Monday, friends! 😄 There are only 198 days left until Christmas, lol. So that means now is the perfect time to get a head start on those Christmas and Holiday cards.

Tonic Studios released their 23rd Craft Kit: Merry & Bright and it’s a good one! So many options. I’m a big fan of the color scheme in this kit and that Glacier Paste intrigued me right away! Make sure to watch the video below to see how I made these sparkly, clean and simple Christmas cards.

First, I created my own glitter paper. I’m not a big fan of glittery messes so I wanted to keep everything nice and clean. The Double Sided Adhesive Sheets from Tonic Studios are nice and sticky! Simply pour the glitter over the adhesive sheets and use a Dual Ended Blender Brush to burnish that glitter and remove all of the excess.

CLEAN AND SIMPLE Christmas Cards + No Mess Glitter Paper (Tonic Studios Craft Kit 23)

I also used the Sea Sprite Glacier Paste to create beautiful glossy card stock! This was so easy and simply to do. I simply used a Blending Sponge to apply and smear the paste on a piece of white card stock. This stuff dries SUPER fast so no need to let it dry overnight.

CLEAN AND SIMPLE Christmas Cards + No Mess Glitter Paper (Tonic Studios Craft Kit 23)

The bottle of Silver Crystals Glitter Drop, is perfect to finish off these Christmas projects. I also used Crystal Glaze and a few clear sequins here and there to add more shine and dimension.

That’s it for now! Thank you so much for stopping by. Sending big hugs! ❤️

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Hi, friends! 😄 Today I’m sharing a Summer card featuring Lawn Fawn’s On The Beach Stamp Set and really fun dies to make your own beach scene.

First, I die cut and assembled the palm trees and hammock from the Hammock and Trees Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn. Then, I created an ocean effect with Tumbled Glass and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Inks. The Stitched Simple Wavy Borders Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn is simply perfect for this!

Summer Beach Card with Lawn Fawn Stamps and Dies!

Next, I stamped and colored images from the On the Beach Stamp Set. I love these cute critters and all the fun elements to combine them with.

Summer Beach Card with Lawn Fawn Stamps and Dies!

I used the Sandy Beach Accents Die Cuts to create little inserts for the beach ball, drink and shells. Finally, I finished off this card with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze.

That’s it for now! Thank you so much for stopping by. Sending big hugs! 💛

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Affiliate links are used. That means I earn a small commission when you purchase through my links, with no additional costs to you. Click HERE for more information about my disclosure and affiliation with companies.