Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Pirate Pals Boy Themed Birthday Card with Nancy

We are so very excited to welcome Nancy Damiano to our Sunny Studio Stamps design team! Let's get to know Nancy a little better, and check out her first card share she's created for us. 


Hey there Sunny Studio fans, I'm Nancy Damiano and I live in central NJ with my husband and sun. I've been lucky enough to work in the scrapbook industry for 10+ years for many different manufacturers. Recently I took the leap into cardmaking and I'm in love! Coloring my heart out to create a small token of appreciation for family and friends - that's definitely for me. I'm enjoying learning all the crafty techniques that go into these small works of art. When I'm not crafting, I'm traveling, reading and binging on Netflix. I have a passion for the color aqua, Disney World, and paper goods. I’ve been making things for as long as I can remember. I learned long ago that the best things are handmade. 

You can find Nancy on social media here:
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For my first card, I'm sharing a birthday card using the fun Pirate Pals stamp set and coordinating dies. I love these little characters and they were so much fun to color with Copics!

Sunny Studio Stamps: Pirate Pals Boy Themed Pirate Birthday Card by Nancy Damiano

I started the card by using Distress Ink in Broken China on watercolor paper to create the drippy goodness on the front of the card. Next, I used the Stitched Scallops dies to cut a fun wave border. This was the perfect spot for those pirates to peek out of.


Sunny Studio Stamps: Pirate Pals Boy Themed Pirate Birthday Card by Nancy Damiano

Here’s a close up view of the watercolor and background. I added two sentiments to the lower right hand corner of the card with black ink. It’s the perfect design shelf for that little pirate ship! Two dew drop gems connect the two halves of the card.


Sunny Studio Stamps: Pirate Pals Boy Themed Pirate Birthday Card by Nancy Damiano

Two dew drop gems connect the two halves of the design. This completes the card! I hope this has given you some ideas when creating some Pirate Pal cards of your own.

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