Hello Again! Thank you for coming back to check out my Day 5 projects. And, if you are here for the first time this week, I am the Growing in Unity Girl for the week of March 6th, sharing creations made with Unity Stamps. Head on back through my posts for this week to see all my projects using their stamps and please leave a comment as you visit!
Today I have a final two cards to share with you. I “over created” for this week, so to speak, so I’ve had two cards to share with you each day and posted them in different themes. Today’s themes is florals. Both of these cards feature a different Unity Stamps floral image, but they also allowed me to play with some of my floral dies. I am so addicted to floral dies right now, but they sometimes take SO. MUCH. TIME. But, I love the result each and ever time.
Okay, before we check out this first card, I should tell you that I have many addictions. This week I’ve talked about my love of coffee, my love of paper scraps and my love of floral dies. But, the one stamp addiction that tops each and every one of these??? Umbrellas. Yes, that’s right. Open, closed, striped, solid, with rain, without. With matching rubber boots??? Oh my, take my money now.
Therefore, this When It Rains set landed in my cart so fast! It is new and this is my first time using it and it WILL be used again. I finished the layout of this card and then sat back to decide how I was going to embellish it. The floral dies were calling my name and it was fun to sort through my paper scraps finding the perfect colours to pair with this beautiful image.
This last card for the week is a pairing of a few great sets at Unity. With so much variety, mix and match is easy with these great stamps. This image is probably one that attracted me to this KOTM. I comes from A Summer Story (05/16). The sentiment is from Beach Girl, which is a great image, but one I featured the last time I was GIU Girl…so this time it was the sentiment only! This was one of the last cards I created and the layout really threw me off for a bit! But, very happy with how it turned out.
And sadly, that brings us to the end of my week! Thank you so much to Unity Stamps for running the Growing in Unity program and allowing me to post for a week. It’s inspiring to see what other papercrafters create and a joy to share my own creations with the community.
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Until next time, stampers!