Hello & welcome to my last day Growing in Unity! Please visit Unity Stamp Co often & check out all their amazing stamps! They have an insane amount of awesome stuff!
I was going to share a new project today using a brand new Unity set...and I will, but not today! :) Instead, I decided to take a look back at my journey with Unity and went looking for pics from some of my favorite Unity projects over the years! These go back as far as 2008 and some are still some of my favorite projects ever!
Do you ever look back at your old projects & think of how much you've changed over the years? It was fun to go looking through hundreds of projects & I found some I laughed at- but lots that I still love!
Here ya go:
Thanks so much for joining me in my GIU week! I hope you all work on some great Unity projects you can look back on years from now!
Remember- leave a comment today and every day from this week for your chance to win an Itty Bitty of your choice! I'll leave it open through midnight Saturday and than draw a winner, thanks!
Good morning! Today I wanted to make a sweet Christmas card with the Foxy Christmas set I just got recently. I colored simply with Copics and added some white dots with my Signa pen (I think they could pass as fawns doing this as well!).
I used a simple layout of 3 strips of assorted Christmas patterned papers in the back and some sticky back jewels at the bottom of each.
Thanks for stopping by again today! Remember to comment on my posts each day for a chance to win an Itty Bitty of your choice! Drawing Saturday!
Hello! I'm thrilled this week to be Unity's Growing in Unity girl! I've been a big fan of Unity Stamp Co. (& it's super sweet owners) since the very beginning. They are a great team, great products & they're local to me which even makes them more awesome! :)
For day one today, I decided to break out a new Valentine set Candy Hearts. I just got this set in my last order so I knew I was going to use it sometime this week, why not today?!
To begin, I knew I would want to stamp some of the little hearts "inside" the candy box, so I made a mask for the box:
I than stamped the little hearts inside and cut around the outside of the box with my trimmer.
I wanted this to stand out on the card, so for the background I decided to use all reds (all Christmas papers out for my Christmas crafting!) to do a cool background that would be unique but not compete with the softer colors of the candy box.
A few little epoxy dots, pop up the Candy Hearts box with some foam tape and all done!
I hope you'll visit every day this week for a little Growing in Unity fun! And since we all knew Unity is super awesome- of course they are offering up a prize of an Itty Bitty of winners choice to someone who comments on my Growing in Unity posts here this week! So leave a comment each day for the most chances to win & I'll draw a winner this Saturday!
Thanks for stopping!
Hello! Just wanted to swing by here quick with a link to my post from the Scrapy Land Blog for this week: HERE. Here's a peek at my projects there:
Also- wanted to let everyone know I'm going to be the Unity Stamp Co Growing in Unity girl next week! So check back here every day next week (M-F) for a new Unity project each day as well as the chance to win a prize! Woohoo!
See ya than!