Sunday, 14 October 2018

Growing in Unity Blog Hop

Hi! So blessed to be part of a blog hop at Growing in Unity on Facebook. In full disclosure, I totally forgot about this. However, grateful that some of my Unity Stamps are so versatile, that I could create a card in less than 30 minutes! 

Here's my card



This one-layer card was made by masking a 1.25" area off, towards the top of an A2 card (landscape) with post-it tape. I added some tumbled glass distress ink, applied with an ink blending tool to the area. Then, I stamped Flowers from Neverland itty bitty stamp in the area. To add some color after I carefully removed the post-it tape, I used ink daubers and distress inks (picked raspberry, abandoned coral, spiced marmalade, mustard seed, salty ocean, wilted violet and peacock feathers)  stamped over the flowers. I'm loving the bright and happy colors. The sentiment from hang in there lady stamp set was stamped below the inked area. 

You should have arrived from Denise Sayers. The next stop on the blog hop is Aimee Phillips.

Thanks for stopping by
sue

23 comments:

  1. Cute card and these stamps do make it easy to whip up a card.

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  2. that card rocks. I think I have that stamp it is wooden, I have a few old unity stamps that were on wood. I wondered what to do with that one and you have given me a wonderful idea. I love the bright colors it is so pretty

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  3. Your card is a beauty and doesn't look rustled-up at all! Isn't it fun to be hopping with the summer girls again! Have a happy day, Jo x

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  4. Very pretty. I like how you coloured the flowers. Fab card. Hugz

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  5. Nice card....love how you took the sketch and made it your own!

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  6. Great quick card. Love all of the bright colors!

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  7. fabulous CAS card - I love this style

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  8. Yes .. this card has amazing pop to it and it's super simple. I love the colors you used! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I really like all the color and its simple to make. Thanks

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  10. I adore this design, so versatile. Amazing creation, Thank you for sharing.
    Creative wishes Tracey

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  11. Just a lovely one layer design, great for any occasion. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  12. Very nice card! I love clean & simple.

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  13. Sue, love the simplicity of this card! It's beautiful!

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  14. Such a pretty CAS card. Love your coloring technique! Thanks- I will need to try this!

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  15. CAS is pretty hard for me- love your beautiful card- and really love the colors!

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  16. Beautifully done! Great color combo and I love this masked design!

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  17. What a cute card! Way to come up with a quick idea! I usually think for days on what I'm going to create!

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  18. Really pretty card and pulled off so quickly! And a new idea for me to try!

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  19. Hi Sue great colors. Love my ittybittys too!!

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  20. Love the simplicity of the card pack with colors!

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  21. Adorable card! I just really love how you colored the flowers! Very pretty looking!

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  22. Oh how pretty!
    The inked area
    looks great with
    the flowers over
    it.
    Carla from Utah

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