Today is the third introduction to Uniko's October release and it's a stunner!
I can't begin to tell you how much I'm in love with this stamp set - it's so gorgeous!
I stamped and heat embossed the falling snowflakes onto heat resitant acetate and then sandwiched it between several layers of a white die cut frame. And this seemed to be begging to be made into a shaker, so I prepped a background using distress oxides, sprayed with a good coat of sparkle and added in some silver sequins.
The small sentiment was stamped onto a scrap of card and added on top of the window and the larger sentiment was stamped directly onto the card base - both are from yesterday's introduction Festive Sentiments.
Stamps: Uniko, Background Blocks Falling Snowflkakes, Festive Sentiments
Inks: Ranger distress oxide, salty ocean, wilted violet; Versamark + WOW! sparkling snow embossing powder; Memento, tuxedo black
Die: Lawn Fawn, stitched rectangle frames
Embellishments: Crafters Companion, Spray & Sparkle; sequins from my stash
My next card is a more simple version and once again uses heat embossing and distress oxides.This time I used clear embossing powder and blended ink all over to reveal the falling snowflakes.
Once all the stamping and inking was complete I die cut the panel and mounted it onto a rectangle of foam to make it pop a little more from the white matt and teal card base.
And again I used sentiments from yesterday's Festive Sentiments set- see I said it would be a go to and you'd need it!
Stamps: Uniko, Background Blocks Falling Snowflakes, Festive Sentiments
Inks: Memento, tuxedo black; Ranger distress oxides, alty ocean, peacock feathers; Versamark + Stampendous clear embossing powder
Die: MFT Di-namics, double stitched rectangles
Huge thanks for visiting today, hope you enjoyed how I used this wonderful Uniko stamp set. I know you want to see more so please pop on over to Uniko and check out what the rest of the talented Uniko DT have created, you'll not be disappointed.
Hope to see you again tomorow, you're so going to love this next set! But until then keep crafting!
2 beauties Jane, I am loving the first one more, with the bokeh and the snowflakes!ReplyDelete
Fantastic cards!! I love the first one with the snowflakes on acetate! So beautiful it is! :)ReplyDelete
WOW these are lovely Jane. The shaker card is perfect.ReplyDelete
Dazzlingly luscious choice of colours on both cards Jane and I now NEED some heat-proof acetate. What an awesome technique and simply stunning cards.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous x two, Jane! Your shaker is stunning with the lovely twilight sky; the second, so pretty in blue! I'm ready to bundle up and go for a stroll in your wintry wonderlands...ReplyDelete
Love how you made the shaker.ReplyDelete
the snowflakes on the vellum
are a great idea. The shading
in the background is wonderful.
thanks for sharing.
I'm in love with your shaker card, Jane ! Your blended background colours are absolutely stunning ! Your second card is another beauty and your blending with ODI is just perfect. Really stunning cards !ReplyDelete
Love these cards.....beautiful coloured backgrounds with those oxides...and a fab shaker card too!ReplyDelete
these are two stunning cards !!ReplyDelete
They're fabulous cards Jane. I love the bohek effect in the shaker card - very effective! And those beautiful shades of blue on your second card are just wonderful. xReplyDelete
Ooh two amazing cards! I do love a shaker! xxxReplyDelete
Beautiful color combos! Lovely cards!ReplyDelete
Your ink blending is super dreamy!!! I love the shaker card with the embossing on the acetate and your second card is just GORGEOUS!ReplyDelete
Great shaker card full of wonderful different elements and another showcase of your seamless blending skills! XReplyDelete
I love shaker cards and I had not thought of doing one with this stamp, but now you have stirred lots of ideas, thank you! LOVE LOVE LOVE your ink blending and colour choice of your second and it highlights how this stamp can be used alone with a simple Christmas sentiment. Awesome showcase, thank you. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete