Friday 1 March 2024

Hello March & Happy St Davids Day

Hello, Happy Friday & Happy St Davids Day.

Firstly, thank you for all the support, comments and lovely orders during February. You really made Uniko's 12th Birthday one to remember. Secondly, I need to extend my apologies for not sharing much since release day. 

Along with the release orders keeping me busy and the general day to day running of Uniko. I have spent this past week doing my other main job of being mummy and nurse to a poorly Bean. Thankfully he is doing a lot better and has spent the day with Grandma and Grandad giving me a little reprieve and time to catch up. 

So, I am kicking the month off with a Spring card...





With it being St Davids Day and the national flower of Wales being the Daffodil I had to incorporate Spring Botanicals Daffodil into my make. 


I wasn't in the mood for detailed colouring, so my quicker alternative is using a stencil. It feels like it has been a while since I used the Layering Bauhaus Blocks, so that's what I used for my base and colour hit! 





I added a little masked off border to my base card before stencilling and this married in with my top layer using the Spring Botanicals Daffodil. I adhered the layer using foam adhesive for a little dimension too.

That's all from me today, but I will back over the weekend with more to share.

Crafty Hugs

5 comments:

  1. Wow!! The Layering Bauhaus Blocks stencil looks fabulous behind the daffodil and with those three colours! Amazing card!

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  2. Great card Bev. I love the little details that always get forgotten (by me anyway) like mask off a border first! I’m a very messy stenciller so I should definitely do this! X

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  3. Love the background design and colors, and the daffodil is so pretty! Great card!

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  4. What a smashing idea Bev. πŸ₯°The stamped daffodil looks very effective 🌼 like you’ve spent yonks creating…. I hope the little man soon recovers. Hugs. πŸ’•

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  5. A very good idea just to cut out half of the daffodil and adhere it on top of the card with foam adhisive to give dimension

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