Friday, June 1, 2018

Growing in Unity Day 5


Happy June!  For my last GIU post, I took a card that I made a few years ago 

 (original)


and created two new cards based on it.


 (new)


I love, love, love the first one. The two I made for this post turned out well, too. I learned through card making and scrapbooking, that I much prefer to used textured cardstock….and not all textured cardstock is created equal :)  What is your favorite cardstock to use?

I also have learned that simple cards work best for me. Cardstock, stamp, ink, and washi is all I needed for these. The stamps I used are from All Worth It by Melody Ross and another {wit & wisdom} stamp. Thanks for stopping by this week and thank you for all of your wonderful comments. It's been fun! Make sure to comment today, too, for your chance to win Unity stamps!



17 comments:

  1. These cards are great and what a fantastic way to highlight some of the great block sentiments from Unity! You've done a great job this week. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.

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  2. Cute way of using sentiment stamps and washi. Thanks for a great week.

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  3. Cute design. Simple designs work best for me too.

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  4. Great way to highlight sentiments and use up washi tape scraps too. Great Designs. I'm still trying all kinds of paper to find what works for me. And so far I really like Papertrey and Gina K for a sturdy base card. But I agree, not all cardstock is created equal.

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  5. Such a cute way to use washi and let the sentiment sine. I always think I will use washi, but then I never do. This might inspire me to actually do that this weekend.

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  6. I love the use of washi tape on your cards. Thanks for a great week

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  8. I am going up to my craft room right now to make a card like these. I just purchased washi tape and also love the sentiment on the first card. Thank you so much!

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  9. I like the simplicity of the card.

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  10. Love this some sentiments are large and I do not always feel a picture will fit with them what a wonderful way to use a large sentiment thank you for sharing all week

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  11. These are wonderful! I need to try this with my washi tape. My fav card stock to us is from StampinUp. Great quality. You did a fabulous job this week!

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  12. Aw, that's cute. I think that you should send it to a UNICORN! So cute

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  13. What a fun way to use washi tape. A very cute card!
    --Phaline Mays

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  14. Awesome sentiments! Love the colorful washi tapes!

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  15. Very nice idea for this simple but efficient design ! It was a great month. Love from France, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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