Saturday, September 2, 2017

GUI Winners

Congrats to the GUI Winners from my week. They are Deborah Kay and Anya Lynet. Please send me your mailing information so I can get your prize sent out.  My email is cswagner @ sympatico dot com (note the end part is com)

Friday, August 25, 2017

Growing in Unity Day #5

Well my week as a Growing in Unity is up, I just want to say thanks to Unity stamps for having me.  I love the GUI program and was so excited I got in this year.  One of my favorite cards to make is easel cards so I thought I would end on that note.  This is a combination of a few different stamp sets, which is another thing I love about Unity.  They can be mixed and matched.  I used the image from the Your Fabulous set and paired it with the sentiment from a Jillibean Soup set.

Supplies used: Unity Stamps, Spellbinders, Fancy Pants Paper

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Growing in Unity # Day 4

Thanks for stopping by for my forth day of Growing in Unity.  Since I made a card for my daughter I wanted to make one for my son.  I love this set from Phyllis Harris and I remember seeing a quick tip about stamping on vellum so I dug some out of the stash and used it for this.  I love how it turned out but let me tell you coloring is tough because it takes a long time for the ink to dry and then adhering it is hard.  I am typing with sticky fingers because I used spray glue and I swear that stuff gets everywhere.

Please leave a comment and at the end of the week I will randomly select two winners who will receive a prize pack of 25 random unity stamps.  Good luck to everyone and don't forget to check yesterdays post, I will be selecting from all the comments.

Supplies used: Unity Stamps, Vellum, Touch Markers

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Growing in Unity Day # 3

Welcome to day # 3 of my Growing in Unity Week.  I made this set of thank you notes to give as a small gift.  I usually make a bunch of these for teacher gifts since I know they like to give out thank you notes (teaches the kids good manners too).  This is a sentiment stamp set and is perfect for mass producing a project.  I like to use a stamp positioning tool to make it go so much faster.  I used my envelope punch board and made some envelopes with some old paper I had from when I first got started in scrapbooking.

Supplies used:  Unity Stamps, CTMH Ink, Memento Ink, Stamp Tool