Hello everyone… Happy Monday! I am so excited that this week I am the Growing in Unity Girl and today I have a couple of encouraging cards to share with you all!
Unity Stamps Company is a rubber stamp company with LOTS of fabulous designs. I found out about this company from my crafty friends in 2016. I got some of their stamps and fell in love right away!
I stamped and heat embossed the cross with gold embossing powder on a white cardstock. After that, I fussy cut them with micro-tips scissors.
For the sentiments, I stamped them with VersaFine Clair ink pads, Warm Breeze and Charming Pink, that match the background paper colors. Unity Stamp is also have some of the VersaFine ink pads on their store. After stamping the sentiments, I trimmed them into the sentiment label.
For the background, I used one of the digital papers from Gracielie Design, too. She has lots of gorgeous digital paper collection at her digital store. I printed them on 4×6 photo papers with inkjet printer. Then, I trimmed them into background panels and added them on white card bases with E-Z Runner Grand adhesive.
I cut couple black cardstock with Divinity Designs – Ovals Dies for the mat behind the crosses. One of the card, I also use the stitched oval frame that I cut out a white cardstock using Divinity Designs – Double Stitches Oval Dies. I added all the cut outs on the card with the same adhesive runner.
And then I added the sentiments on them with adhesive and added the crosses on the cards with 3D foam tape. I embellished the card with pearl gems.
Unity Stamp Company generously provide an awesome Unity Prize Package to giveaway to all my readers! For chances to win, simply leave a comment at all my Growing in Unity posts. You have until Saturday, 11:59 PM EST to leave comments. I will be choosing TWO winners from this week’s commenters and will contact them, so PLEASE MAKE SURE you leave your contact email in the comment, or in the comment form.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for stopping by my blog today. Hope you all have a fabulous and blessed day!