Time to introduce the first of Uniko's February new release. So exciting and well worth the wait!
I've actually got two cards to share, although I only really set out to make one - all will become clear!
First I inked up the stamp in dark blue and then made a second stamping on another piece of card in the turquoise.
I then die cut two circles from each card, using the words on the stamp to ensure they weer both in the same place and swapped out the larger circle to alternate the colours. Here's the second bonus card you get by using this technique:
And I'm thinking these colours will be perfect for the men in my family, but I'm already planning a pink/purple version.
I matted the stamped blocks and added a couple of trios of enamel dots to finish off my cards.
Stamps: Uniko, Block Party Birthday
Inks: SU, night of navy, tempting turquoise
Die: Spellbinders, standard circles small
Embellishments: Bling Bling, enamel dots
One for your wish list today and four more sets to go - going to be a busy Uniko week! The rest of the DT have cards to show the versatility of this stamp set too, find all the links here.
Thanks for looking today, your visit has been much appreciated. And keep crafting!
Beautifully layered colored colors Jane. I might do something similar next time.ReplyDelete
Awesome !! Love the play with layers and colors, so clever and pretty :)ReplyDelete
Brilliant! I do like the colours and the fact that you get two for one!!! Can't wait to see this in pink/purple! xxxReplyDelete
Hugs, Sarn xxx
ooh this is so pretty - love the design of this new stamp:)ReplyDelete
Your 'two-fers' are fabulous showcases of this new stamp that has me over-the-moon delighted! Love seeing some of my 'old' favourite images (the balloon, candles and present) nestled inside the eye-catching, celebration-all-over subway art design! Thank you for the smiles today!ReplyDelete
Superb work and so creative giving a three d effect.ReplyDelete
Ooh clever idea! Will have to remember it xxReplyDelete
This is such a neat trick Jane and a brilliant technique to showcase the set xReplyDelete
Awesome technique... looks fabulous!ReplyDelete
What a fun and clever technique to use and showcase this stamp, oh the possibilities you have sparked. Loving your colour choice too. An awesome showcase of this set. Thank you SO much. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete