Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Did you see ...?

Woohoo it's Wednesday!

Always feels closer to the weekend when we hit Wednesday! Lol! Lets hope this sunny weather we're having in the UK lasts so we can enjoy it at the weekend, it certainly lifts my spirits in the Studio when the sun is shining! 

Anyway, did you see ...? The Uniko Studio Time & Extra Time digital papers are now available for purchase through the website HERE! I have another card to share with you using the papers & one stamp from the Time set!

For this card I printed the plain distressed journal paper from the Time & Extra Time digital download on to some white CS from PTI. I like the sturdiness of their white CS. I then used 2 circle punches a 1 3/4" punch & 1 3/8" punch to punch the circles. I then did some faux stitching with a black fine liner, stamped the sentiment & adhered it to the all over clock matted to the Smokey Shadow CS base. The all over clock paper which is printed onto some smooth 160gsm paper. A few black rhinestones & ta-dah! 

I have a couple of other cards to share which some FAB Uniko Studio customers have made using their Uniko Studio stamps. I do LOVE to see what others create using them!

First up is Sue from Sydney Australia ...

I love the colour combo & those little clock hands complement the stamps SO well. Thanks for sharing your creation Sue :) You can see more about Sue's creation HERE on her blog.

The next couple of cards are by Ruby...

How different do the graphic flowers from the Time set look paired with that yummy DP?! AND the paper piecing on the larger flower is just FAB! 

How about a girly clocking in card creation ...

I love the LO of this card & how Ruby has made the masculine stamps girly & soft. Fab emboss resist with the cog stamp too. For more info about Ruby's cards be sure to pop by her blog HERE

Thats all I have to share with you today, but I will be back tomorrow with some much awaited information from the happenings in the Uniko Studio!!

Thanks for stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. Oh my! Beautiful work! Love the layered pieces of the pp on your first card! And Ruby's cards are so bold and fresh looking!


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