I created 3 rosette flowers, layered them together and added the Mudpie Munch 02 stamped image on top. The image was stamped onto kraft cardstock and colored using Prisma Colored Pencils; used a circle punch to punch out the image. Embellished using felt leaves and nestled a small paper flower between the leaves.
image background created using Crayola Markers scribbled on acetate, spritzed with water and then smooshed over image
to give a watercolor wash
I hope that you have enjoyed viewing/commenting on my GIU cards this week. I have certainly enjoyed reading your comments and especially enjoyed having the GIU opportunity.
It will take a few days to determine and announce the winners of the two Unity Prize packages. Winners will be announced on my blog and also on the GIU Facebook page. Good luck to each of you in the draw!
Welcome to Day 2 of my Growing In Unity (GIU) creations. Today is Cuddlebug day! Leave a comment each day this week on my GIU posts and you'll be entered to win a Unity prize package of 25 random stamps!
For my card, I first created the background using vellum and alcohol inks. Let it dry and die cut using a scallop rectangle die. The sentiment was stamped on a piece of scrap vellum and wrapped it around the layering panel. The shells are die cut from Gina Marie shell dies and colored using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens.
to my first day of GIU (Growing In Unity)!
I am so excited to share some projects I’ve created just for you using
Unity Stamp Company stamps.The really
FUN part is when you leave a comment on my GIU blog posts each day this week you
are entered in a chance to win a Prize package of 25 random stamps from Unity!
I’m sharing a fun notecard project using four Unity Stamp Company Itty Bitty stamps.
First, I created the notecard box to hold the cards. I used a mini pizza box template that is 4x4 inches. The cards are 3 7/8 inches square.
For my card, I used Buttons the Clown digi image. I colored the image using Chameleon Markers. Die cut the image and layer using Spellbinders Wonky rectangle dies. The sentiment on the clown panel is from Penny Back Happy Snippets and the ticket sentiment is from a Frantic Stamper stamp set, then punched out using a Stampin Up ticket punch.
The PIP Challenges are always anything goes! We hope you'll share your card/project with us this week at The PIP Challenge.
For my card I used the Unity Stamp Company Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust stamp set. I stamped the image using Archival Black ink onto watercolor paper and used Distress Inks and an aquabrush to watercolor the image. The background was created using glossy cards dipped in a mix of water and alcohol inks.
For my card I used the Stampendous House Mouse Warm Cup stamp. Stamped it onto watercolor paper using black archival ink and colored using Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and an aqua brush. The cardstock and patterned paper are from my stash. Lace is from PaperStudio and the floral embellishment are flowers from Prima Marketing. Sentiment is from Penny Black Happy Snippets.
For my card I used the Rainy Day Bears digi image. I colored the image using Copic Markers. I created the flower by punching out several scallop circles, shaping them, and layering together to form the flower. Leaves are from May Arts. Dies used are from MFP Blueprints and Cheapo Dies Scallop Stitch Rectangle die.
The HMFMC#264 theme is anything goes or an optional theme of Let's Eat! I chose the Let's Eat theme!
For my card, I used the It's My Party (Also known as Cake Nibbler) Happy Hoppers stamp. YUM! Let's eat some cake! I colored the image using Chameleon Markers; the cardbase is from Pebbles Basics Cardmaking pad. I snipped the corners of the image panel to create a tag. The lace side was punched using a Martha Stewart border punch. Embellished using Really Reasonable Ribbon to create a double-loop bow and added a pearl to the center. The sentiment is from a retired MFP stamp set.
To create the gift card holder I used an empty tissue paper tube, covered it with designer paper and embellished using the Cheapo Exclusive Cupcake die and Unbranded Scallop Stitch Round die to create the die cut images.
The insert was created using the Unbranded Scallop Stitch Rectangle dies.
wife, mother, grandmother, surviving breast cancer for the second time; I love paper crafting, stamping, scrapping, teaching and sharing my love for paper crafting, and always on the fringe of discovery!