Today's introduction is for a stencil and a stamp set.
And on my first card I used both.
I started by die cutting the stitched square with the window aperture and placed it over my base card before using the Uniko Natures Treasure II stencil both under and on top of it.
I stamped the sentiment from Simply Said Blocks II inside the aperture. An elegant and CAS card for one of life's difficult times.
My next card couldn't be more different and is a riot of blazing rainbow colours.
A trio of black enamel dots and a small stack of stitched mats just finished this card off a treat. And I guess you spotted the purple base card!
For my last card I started with a bright green card base and the inked round the two mask leaf clusters includede with the stencil. Then I simply inked oxide colours through the Natures Treasures II stencil in a variety of blues and greens moving the stencil around as I changed colour.
I finished off with a greeting from Simply Said Blocks II on a fishtail banner and added another trio of black enamel dots.
Stamps: Uniko, Simply Said Blocks II
Stencil: Uniko, Natures Tresures II
Inks:Ranger Distress Oxide, wild honey, fossilized amber, salty ocean, cracked pistachio, peacock feathers, twisted citron; SU, real red, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, cucmber crush, marina mist, rich razzleberry, sweet sugarplum
Dies: Lawn Fawn, large stitched square stackables; MFT, peekaboo circle window, double stitched rectangles, stitched fishtail flag
Embellishments: enamel dots from my stash
Well that's my share done for today. If you'd like to take a look at what the rest of the DT have been up to - and you know you would - follow the links from the Uniko blog - HERE.
Thanks for looking today. Tomorrow I'll be back with another trio of cards using a very on trend stamp set from this new release. I hope to see you then!
In the meantime make sure to keep crafting!