So today there are two stamp sets and one stencil to get you into the groove. And my first card is so essentially a me sort of CAS one layer type of thing using both the stamps sets.
I chose a classically simple colour scheme and rocked out these sets. And of course the total simpicity of this card makes my CAS heart sing!
Stamps: Uniko, Life Is A song, Background Blocks Equaliser
Ink: SU, cherry cobbler, smoky slate; Memento, tuxedo black
My next card also use both stamp sets and is still fairly CAS. I chose a dark green cardstock and stamped and heat embossed the equaliser bars in black before adding colour using prisma color pencils. Love how the pencils add vibrant colour even on dark coloured cardstock.
I stamped part of the greeting onto a fishtail strip and the the 'music' word was heat embossed in black straight onto the green cardstock. I finished off with a trio of music notes to fine tune my card.
Stamps: Uniko, Life Is A Song, Background Blocks Equaliser
Inks: Versamark clear + Ranger Superfine black embossing powedr; Versafine, onyx black
Die: MFT Die-namics, stitched fishtail flag stax
Colours: Prisma Color
My final card uses Life is a Song stamps and the Equaliser stencil.
I started by stamping and heat embossing the greeting and then I blended distress ink over the top. Next I stamped the musical notation using the same distress ink colours and then die cut it into a stitched circle.
As the greeting mentioned the heart I decided to add an inlaid die cut heart and used the equaliser stencil and the same distress inks to cover it.
Stamps: Uniko, Life is a Song
Inks: Versamark cler + Rnager superfine white embossing powder; Ranger ditress, wilted violet, picked raspberry, shaded lilac
Stencil: Uniko, Equaliser
Die: Lawn Fawn, Outside In stitched heart stackable; MFT Die-namics, double stitched circles
Only one more day of introductions left and then it will be time for the complete reveal of all the fabulous Uniko February new release. So exciting! Have you started writing your shopping list yet? I know you're going to totally fall in love with all the release once it's been completely revealed!
Huge thanks for dropping by today. Do come back for more peeps tomorrow.
And keep crafting!
Love the combination of the notes and stave with the equalizer stamp and stencil. :)ReplyDelete
Nice variety of music themed cards. I like the CAS designs.ReplyDelete
A trio of delights that make my heart sing! Fabulous, all!ReplyDelete
Very nice and unusal CAS cards with these stamps.ReplyDelete
A trio of stunners Jane. I was swooning over the CAS-tastic beauty of that first one as soon as I saw it but I'm stumped now as I adore the others too. The dark green cardstock teamed with a minimal colour palette on the second one is super eye-catching and elegant and the pink/purple combo of techniques and colour in the last one is divine! A superb showcase with these goodies! xReplyDelete
Fabulous showcase of these two stamp sets ! Love them all with their CAS designs and lovely choice of colours for your second and third card. Love your clever third card with this beautiful sentiment and how you illustrated it ! Always so much inspiration in your posts ! xReplyDelete
wow love all your samples today - the CAS designs are lovely - so inspiring:)ReplyDelete
What a superb trio of cards. Love the ultra CAS card - so very you. The green card has a masculine vibe, and I just love the heart card! Great work. xxReplyDelete
Wow 3 completely different cards using that equalizer stamp, love all of them :)ReplyDelete
Hugs Kaz xx
Jane, all of your three cards look so great! Love you clean style (I often struggle with this...) and your combos of layouts and colours.ReplyDelete
These are so fun! Awesome new stamps and stencil! Love the colors on your cards!ReplyDelete
Great cards - love the clean, crisp look.ReplyDelete
You cards have so much happiness and they've made me feel like dancing! A true and inspiring showcase of these music themed products. Thank you & YOU ROCK! Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
Loving everyone's use of coloured pencils on dark backgrounds - the colours really pop so well! But I do love a CAS white background like your first card with the pairing of both stamp sets xReplyDelete