Friday 22 July 2016

Uniko - Challenge #34 Reminder

Hey all! Just popping in today to remind you there's still plenty of time to get your entries in to this month's Uniko challenge where the theme is FLOWERS. What could be easier than that?

And Uniko have so many gorgeous flower stamp sets to choose from.

My card began with a die cut inside and outside stitched circle and plans to pop it back inside after adding some flowers. And that's pretty much what happened, but I just added in some stencilled inky circles and a few random bits of dust for interest.

And I'm loving the font of this sentiment, seems to match the floral theme perfectly.

Stamps: Uniko, Beautiful Blooms III, Background Builders Vines Winter Additions, simply Said Birthday
Inks: Ranger distress, picked raspberry, spiced marmalade, wilted violet, blueprint sketch; Memento, tuxedo black
Die: MFT Die-namics, inside/out stitched circles

Don't forget Bev always offers a super prize for the winner of her challenges. Go check it out - and the rest of the DT samples - at Uniko.

I'm really thrilled you came by my blog today, I hope to see your cards popping up in the challenge gallery. So mega thanks for your visit. And keep crafting!

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  1. Gorgeous, Jane! The soft background is the perfect accompaniment to the stars of the stage: your lovely flowers! Eye-catching in every way!

  2. Beautiful card Jane! Fabulous designing!

  3. Jane, I'm blushing at the sweet comment you've left on my Uniko GD card! Thank you so much! I've enjoyed this opportunity immensely; a chance to play with some of my Uniko goodies (and I do have quite a few!). Your creativity - Uniko and otherwise - is always impressive and inspiring!

  4. Love your pretty pastel background and sharp stamping over it.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  5. Very inspirational! Love the inlaid die and the soft random background with the stark black flowers x


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