Thursday, March 26

National Craft Month DAY 26

This is my first time to play with Unity Stamps.  I learned about them through SplitcoastStampers a long time ago, and it was only recently that I took the plunge.  When I saw them in my hands for the first time, I fell in love (once again!).  The quality is really good and their images are beautiful and versatile.  And yes, I was fined $5 when I bought these stamps, together with other items.  But I can say that it was worth it.

Anyway, Unity Stamp Co. had a card making challenge at SplitCoastStampers.  The challenge was to use the color scheme black, white and purple.  And of course, we had to use Unity Stamps.

Materials used:
cardstock/dp:  Embassy, vellum, leftovers
image/sentiment:  Unity (Feel the Joy, Becoming Butterfly)
ink:  Spica, Colorbox, Memento
tools:  MS edge punches, SU scallop edge punch, Spellbinders
embellishments:  SU eyelets, ribbon, epoxy stickers
misc.:  embossing powder

To see my Butterfly Card in detail, please click here.

You might want to check out the Unity Blog for some good deals and coupons.  I also hope you can join their Inspirational Unity Blog Hop this coming Saturday - I'm sure it's going to be fun!

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