Materials: Unity Stamps, 7Gypsies paper, Clearsnap chalk ink, tiny "4You" stamp from Stampin Up, Jewels set with the iRock tool by Imaginisce, body colored with shimmer chalks from Pebbles, Inc.
Monday, July 25, 2011
Queen Bee with Unity Stamps!
Hey, y'all! I'm just tickled to be the "Growing in Unity" girl over on the Unity Stamp Company blog this week. Make sure you leave a comment on this post, because I'll be giving away a fantastic Unity set to a random commenter at the end of the week!
I also wanted to show you a birthday card I made with the "It's All Worth It" set by Melody Ross.
My fabulous sister's birthday was this month, and I wanted to create a card that showed she is the queen bee!
Inside it said "Happy Bee-Day!" Get it? I know, I'm hilariously clever...
I love that these images have so much personality, but they're still so versatile. On Wednesday I'll be showing you another special project that uses stamps from the same set in a totally different way.
Thanks for stopping by! I'll be posting new projects featuring Unity Stamps each day this week. Unity Stamps are AMAZING -- you get incredible image quality, thanks to the deep-etched rubber, but most are available with cling mount so you can use any acrylic block to stamp with. And the ART! Oh, they have such beautiful, really meaningful art, much of it co-branded with the most popular scrapbook paper lines. If you're a fan of the cool vintage look, these are the stamps for you!
I'll be giving away a great Unity Stamp set at the end of the week to one lucky commenter, so leave a comment for a chance to win!