Friday, November 25, 2011

Ribbon & Pins {Growing In Unity}

Welcome to day 5 of my week as the Growing In Unity gal!

Thanks for joining me this week as I showed you some of the things I've created using stamps from Unity Stamp Company...it's been so much fun having you!
Be sure you've commented on each of my Growing In Unity posts this week because Unity Stamp Company is allowing me to give away a stamp set - and I will draw a random winner from the comments that were posted throughout the week!

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For my final card I created a simple card created by masking the Glowing Hours chandelier from the Authentique Paper Itty Bitty set and the Vintage Ledger stamp. I finished it off with a ribbon and some trinket pins.

Thanks for stopping by today - and don't forget to leave a comment so you can win some stampy goodness!

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{The randomly picked winner will have a choice of one kit from the following list: Sending My Love, Bitty Backgrounds, Little Me, Bella Fiori, Homegrown , Hugs & Kittens, Handmade Holiday, Bella Trees, Imagine It - to be sent to a domestic address only, please.}

Supplies:
Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (White); Bazzill (Teal);
Stamps: Unity (Glowing Hours - Authentique Paper Itty Bitty, Vintage Ledger);
Ink: Memento (Rich Cocoa);
Ribbon: May Arts (368-15-33);
Other: Maya Road (Trinket Pins - Turquoise Leaf, Gem, White Star);
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors); Martha Stewart/EK Success (Scoring Board);

19 comments:

  1. Ooo gorgeous chandelier and beautiful ribbon!

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  2. I really like this card! So shabby chic, yet CAS at the same time. Thanks!

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  3. wow - another beauty! you do amazing with the masking.

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  4. I LOVE your colors. And the simplicity of it. The pins really add to the whole look without it being too much. It's just a great card!

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  5. I always love the unique creations I fnd when I visit your blog...please keep up the great work.... p.s. thanks for the chance to win

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  6. Love that big ribbon with the pins! Stunning with the stamp.

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  7. LOOOOOVE these colors--you inspire me (and I think I might be CASING this card!!!!)!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE:)

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  8. Stunning card. Love the stamps and that ribbon.

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  9. I'm a follower via goggle reader. Beautiful card, especially love the ribbon.

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  10. LOVE the colors and the simplicity of this!

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  11. Love the combination of stamps- I wouldn't have thought to put the chandelier with a paper image but they work beautifully! Love the big ribbon with it too!

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  13. Gorgeous card! I love the ribbon and pins as embellishment too! I also signed up to follow! It's been a fun GIU week! I've enjoyed having a look in on your blog!
    DeniseB

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  14. LOVE that chandelier image and the gorgeous ribbon. Great addition of the hat pins! Your cards are just glorious!

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  15. Oh I love these two stamps together on your gorgeous card! I never seem to get masking just right. I wish I lived closer to you and that you would teach some stamping classes. I would DEFINITELY take your class!!!

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  16. Thanks for your nice experience to share with us. Really awesome article with plenty of informative things to be known for us.

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