Welcome to my friends with Flair and other fellow stampers, Thanks so much for visiting today. I have one card to share with you today that has some beautiful Unity stamps on it. I also used the sketch from this weeks Taylored Expressions sketch Challenge.
To create my card I used Taylored Expressions January Key Ingredients for all of my papers. Included in that kit are the Basic Grey Nook & Pantry Dp. The sentiment and image stamps used are from Unity's The Artist In You set by Donna Downey. Here is how it turned out.
I took this image at night with my Ott Light and just couldn't get a great picture. I usually have the problem of my sparkle not showing but here I have the opposite. I heat embossed the image by stamping first with Versamark Dazzle in Champagne, Then I used Chocolate Sparkle embossing powder by Sparkle & Sprinkle. As you can tell it has LOTS of sparkle....which I love, but it does look much better in person. I also used spellbinders dies for the large rectangles, and a quickutz die for the scalloped circle. On the bottom of the striped paper I used a Martha Stewart border punch.
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Thank you for visiting today, I hope you liked my creation. I will be back tomorrow as a part of the Stamping Bella LOVE ME DO blog hop. It should be lots of fun so be sure to stop back again.
Have an awesome weekend!!!
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