Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Uniko - Intoducing Some Bunny

Today sees the last of the Uniko February Release introductions and it's a super cute stamp set that will get your 'ahhhh' factor racing!

http://unikostudio.blogspot.co.uk/

Now I know this screams Easter, but I decided to make a more general themed card - maybe for a new baby or Valentine's Day or just as a surprise to drop into a loved one's lunch box.


And going with the theme of love I stamped the tiny heart included in this set three times on the bunny.


Bet he's got your 'cute' button well and truly pressed!

Supplies:
Stamps:Uniko, Some Bunny
Inks: SU, night of navy
Dies: Lawn Fawn, large stitched circle stackables; Spellbinders, standard circles small

Want to win a prize? Leave a comment here as a start to your quest, then get on over to the other places where there's a chance to win - check out the details at Uniko.

Thanks for looking today, your time is greatly appreciated.

And keep crafting! 

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11 comments:

  1. He is very cute and just a little cheeky grin. Another great job :)

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  2. Yes, well and truly cute! I do like how you've inlaid your circles x

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  3. Ahhh . . .I love that you put the bunny in a little circle of his own. xxx

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  4. Aww, this is super adorable! I love the soft gingham background you've used for this adorable fellow!

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  5. How wonderfully sweet your bunny is, nestled into the pretty frame! The wee hearts and his expression: priceless!
    ~carol

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  6. Adorable card! I love that pretty circle stitching detail!
    Take Care!
    Michele

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  7. Jane you've really made this bunny stand out in that frame and such a classy monochrome look too.
    Brilliant. Sarah x

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  8. Your bunny is really loved up, Jane! He is perfectly framed by the circle and would make anyone smile. I love that cute bowtie too :)

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  9. This is super clean and simple and so, so cute! Love the tiny gingham paper you've used. xxx

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