The last two Uniko new release stamp sets are being introduced today and I'm here to share a couple of cards to whet your appetite.
Ok I'm guessing you've picked up on the theme - Christmas! Well what could be more timely than that - only 86 days left after today!
My first card uses elements from both sets plus the addition of an older sentiment set.
I chose some traditional Christmas colours and stamped a border down the left hand side and slightly round the bottom of my card. I nestled the sentiment in the bottom corner to complete the swerve.
Stamps: Uniko, Winter foliage, Christmas Sparkle, All Occasion Sentiments #4
Ink: SU, real red, pear pizzazz, old olive
My second card uses stamps from just the Christmas Sparkle set.
Well you knew it had to happen! When do I ever pass up the chance to include some purple? And this card is very sparkly too. Not only is the purple mat all shiny and glittery, but the stamped bauble has been treated to a liberal helping of Wink of Stella and really lives up to its name.
Stamps: Uniko, Christmas Sparkle
Ink: Memento, grape jelly
Die: MFT Die-namics, double stitched rectangles
Wink of Stella, clear
Have you already seen the rest of the Uniko DT cards? Really something aren't they?
And now all you have to wait is one sleep and all the new release sets can jump happily into your shopping basket. Be sure to come back tomorrow when they'll be more DT inspiration and a chance to win the whole release - so exciting!
Thanks so much for visiting my blog today, it's made my day. And keep crafting!
@beauties Jane, love the foliage one with Christmas colors, and loving that purple bauble.ReplyDelete
I do like one layer cards! Lovely traditional colour combo & bold design - your regal purple bauble design works equally well!! XReplyDelete
2 more beauties Jane and brilliantly showcasing the Christmas sets! You do purple so well... Total stunner! XReplyDelete
They are fabulous! Love the pretty holly border on your first card. But I absolutely love the purple Christmas ornament - perfectly CAS and so beautiful!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful! I love the fresh reds and greens on your first card and the second card is so perfectly simple that I wish I had thought of it :)ReplyDelete