Thursday, December 3, 2015

Growing in Unity Day # 4

Welcome to day 4 of my Growing in Unity week, I hope you have enjoyed the projects so far and if you haven't already done so don't forget to leave a comment for more chances to win.  At the end of the week I will be drawing two names from all the comments and they will receive 25 random Unity Stamps prize package.

As I mentioned on yesterdays project I have been making card sets for the teachers/day care people for Christmas gifts.  This is one of the card sets I have made the strips are made from paper using Blossom Glam by Craftsmith, I need to come up with a more masculine set for the male teacher but this one is for my daughters grade 4 teacher.  It suits her personality and judging by her own stamp collection I think she may be a crafter too.




Supplies used: Unity Stamps, Craft Smith Blush Glam, Twinery Gold Twine, CTMH Ink, Spellbinders Labels 22

36 comments:

  1. Very pretty & feminine. Love the addition of the gold with the delicate pinks.

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  2. Very pretty. Love the washi background and the clean look. Hugz

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  3. I really like how soft the colors. Making the sentiment just a tad bit darker made it feel emphasized. It's feminine and very pretty.

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  4. I like the subtle background colors and the darker sentiment die cut. This design would be easily reproducible.

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  6. So cute! Love the color combo! And I agree...I think she is a crafter too.

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  7. What a cute idea, with the washi tape! I might make sets of notecards for holiday gifts for coworkers after seeing this, so smart!

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  8. Beautiful, now all you need is a big of chocolates and a bottle of wine! The teachers will be set! Very dainty and sweet sediment! I love the twine too!

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  9. This is just lovely!! I adore the washi background which could be made with strips of patterned paper, too!
    What a nice gift.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  10. I love these. Such subtle colors and not just Christmas colors . Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love these. Such subtle colors and not just Christmas colors . Thanks for sharing.

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  12. So cute! Love the color combo! And I agree...I think she is a crafter too.

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  13. This card is soooo nice. ☺ Great technique and colors.

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  14. Great set of cards. Great idea using the Washi Tape. I have seen that idea done with colored paper as well and think it would be a great way to get rid of some of the odds and end paper like I have stashed away. Can change colored used for background to go with any holiday etc....like pinks and reds for Valentines Day, or reds and greens for Christmas. Thanks for the idea!!.

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  15. I love your idea of making card sets for teachers and day care providers! This design is so pretty and I love that gold twine!

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  16. Lovely set of cards,they are so sweet,elegant and inspirational! Great gift!!!

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  17. Love these all occasions thank you cards. I must get back to using more stamps. Thanks for the motivation!

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  18. I love the background of these stamps....so simple yet so dramatic!

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  19. The washi tape is a nice addition. So simple and cute.

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  20. Wonderful thank you cards! Love the color and the glittery twine!

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  21. So soft and pretty. Great set of cards. Lucky teachers!!!

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  22. Very pretty card, the sentiment is so true in so many cases.

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  23. Very pretty card, the sentiment is so true in so many cases.

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  24. So very pretty! Love the different color tones you used, while still keeping it clean and simple.A great gift!

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  25. Pretty! I love the soft colors you used!

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  26. I love finding new blogs. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  27. I think this card is amazing and I can't wait to try that layout!

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