What glorious sunshine today.
I made these over the weekend and am linking these up before the challenges close then I am off to enjoy some sun with my latest book club book and my newest knitting project. Ms 15 & Ms 10 are occupying themselves singing while Mr 17 is at school for practice exams and Ms 19 is at uni.
Scrapbook boutique September challenge here
I stamped MFT Contemporary Roses stamp set with SU Pink Pirouette and pretty in pink ink. The leaves are coloured with SU certainly celery marker before stamping. I created the tag with a tag punch and finished with some twine. Not sure if I will use it as a tag or will add it to a card front later.
Uniko Fall/Autumn with optional twist of thanks here
For this tag I used images from Uniko Flower Power #5 (sentiment), #6 and Background builders vines stamped and inked with SU Pumpkin Pie, Tangelo Twist & wild wasabi ink/markers. Again I created the tag with a tag punch. This time I added a second tag at the back from Uniko Digital paper. Again finished with some twine.
I also have a card to share I have made for a friend’s birthday using Art Impressions Girlfriends stamp coloured with alcohol markers, fussy cut out and layered onto uniko digital paper.
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Until next time
Today I am sharing a card I have made using Uniko Flower Power #6 & #7 combined with at sentiment from SSS.
I am linking up to the current challenges at
Virginia’s View here
Stamp Ink Paper Challenge #4 here
Loves Rubber Stamps challenge #159 here
Here is my card
I used the two Uniko sets with SU inks in Soft Sky, Baja Breeze, Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery and So Saffron. I stamped the full images than the outline in a slightly darker ink mostly off centre. When complete I stamped the sentiment from Simon Says Stamp It’s your birthday stamp set in memento tuxedo black ink. I mounted onto Pink Pirouette cardstock and attached to my card front. I card for my stash.
I also have a few tags I made using Uniko Flower Power and Mama Elephant stitched tag die from the basic set.
I used sentiments from Uniko Flower power #2 along with images from Flower Power #1 and #5 and Background Builders Flower Power.
This tag used background builders stamped with Bermuda Bay ink 3 times
This tag used image from Flower Power #5 stamped with SU Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil delight ink
The last tag used SU Night of Navy and Real Red ink and an image from Flower Power #1
These were all fairly quick. As it is school holidays I have been a little busy with Museum, Scienceworks and zoo trips plus having the children’s friends over. It is a different type of busy to the normal school term which starts back on Monday.
I hope to share some more soon. The 3 girls have gone out with their Dad and Mr 17 is studying so that means I get a little uninterrupted play time with some new toys.
Today my card is inspired by watercolour.
I am linking up to the following challenges here and here
Here is my card
I started with some watercolour paper and added the inked watercolour background using PTI Spring Moss ink. I stamped the leaf image from Uniko Background builders Vines also in PTI Spring Moss ink. The sentiment is from Inspired by Stamping Celebrating 2 years stamped in versafine onyx black ink. The flower from Uniko Flower #6 was stamped with SU Pink Pirouette and Regal Rose ink and fussy cut out before popping up with foam tabs. I mounted this onto black cardstock. To finish off I added a few sequins.
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I’m popping in today to share a card I made for a friend who just had a major operation.
I used ink pads I made from uninked ink pads and MFT re inkers as well as SU Certainly celery and Versafine Onxy black. Excuse the pic the colour is much nicer in real life – I tried adjusting the settings however I couldn’t get it any better! The stamp sets I used are Mama Elephant Water Blooms and Uniko Flower Power #6.
Not sure about anyone else but I never know what to write in cards like this. She is (and so are we) hoping the op will prevent her from getting breast cancer later in life.
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