Today I'm here to tell you all about the January Brand Ambassador Blog Hop that's going on at Uniko.
January is a non-release month so the Uniko Brand Ambassadors are featuring the gorgeous Hello Lovely stamp set instead. I know you are going to want to win this beautiful stamp, so head on over to the Uniko blog to find out all the details.
I started by preparing a water coloured background using four oxide inks on an acrylic block, a technique I shared on the Uniko blog earlier this month - HERE.
Once this was dry I then stamped and heat embossed the floral cluster on top. I hand cut it and popped it up onto foam pads and matted it onto a black circle. The greeting, also from this stamps set, was haet embossed in white onto the black circle before I adhered the bloom.
I then matted a purple pearlescent strip of paper onto a white card black and adhered the cluster and black circle on top.Supplies:
Stamps: Uniko, Hello Lovely
Inks: Ranger Distress Oxide, pine needles, picked raspberry, peacock feathers, wilted violet; Versamark clear + WOW! primary ebony & opaque bright white embossing powders
Die: MFT Die-namics, double stitched circles
Here's the blog hop list to help you find your way around. Good luck!
Another fab card From you Jane. Loved your cards on Hochanda last night too. Talented lady. Take care, hugs, Sue. xReplyDelete
A beautiful card, Jane! I love the way you've used the colours on these lovely flowers! So eye-catching! Thanks so much for sharing and the wonderful inspiration!! Take care! :)ReplyDelete
The block watercolor technique looks fabulous with this beautiful image. Love the purple!!ReplyDelete
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stunning design - the black circle is very eye catchingReplyDelete
This is so pretty Jane. Love the colours you’ve used. XReplyDelete
Love your colors. Purple/lavender/lilac are my favorites.ReplyDelete
What a unique way of coloring it! I LOVE the purple!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Jane, great coloring techniqueReplyDelete
Gorgeous Jane. Love the subtle colours and that black sentiment panel adds interest and really makes it pop. HUgzReplyDelete
Love the colouring technique. I did think you stamped first initially, but it’s a good one for those afraid of colouring in xxReplyDelete
Beautiful color combo on this pretty floral design!ReplyDelete
It's so sweet and stunning! What an adorable image! I love the colours too.ReplyDelete
wow, so elegant! I love the colours.ReplyDelete