Monday, October 15, 2012

Enjoy This Day {Growing In Unity}

***Looking for my GIVEAWAY? Look HERE.***

Welcome to day 1 of my week as the Growing In Unity gal!

Stay tuned each day this week as I show you something I've created using stamps from Unity Stamp Company...and be sure to comment on each of my Growing In Unity posts this week because Unity Stamp Company is allowing me to give away some free stamps!

If you are new here or aren't already a follower: I'd love to have you follow my blog!
If you are one of my regular readers: Thanks for coming back! I love having you!

This week I am focusing on creating cards with minimal supplies - they will be simple to create, easy to produce in large quantities, and flat for easy mailing.

These cards were created using two leaf stamps I created for the COLOR of the Seasons - KOM (August 2012) - one stamped randomly in black ink and the other stamped in a single color of ink. (I created more with different colored leaves that aren't shown here.) Simply choose one of Unity Stamp Company's unique sentiments to top it all off and you can easily create a card set in a short amount of time.

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

And, of course, I'd love it if you sign up to be a follower!

At the end of the week I will randomly choose someone to win the Tail Feather kit (shown below) AND any two Itty Bittys (winner's choice!) from Unity Stamp Company - to be sent to a domestic address only, please.

Cardstock: Discount Cardstock (Brilliant White 130#); 
Stamps: Unity Stamp Company (COLOR of the Seasons - KOM August 2012, Enjoy This Day); 
Ink: Ranger (Jet Black); Memento (Pear Tart, Rose Bud);
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer); Scor-Pal (Scoring Board);


  1. Beautiful cards! And I love ideas for simple, flat, and mail-able cards!!!

  2. Great cards, was excited to see that you are the GIU girl this week!

  3. What a great idea! I have that kit, so I'm going to try this. I just became a follower. Somehow, I expect to see you over on the Market Street Stamps site. I better make the transition that your a Unity chick! Love your work.

  4. Super fun and easy cards.... right up my alley. Beautifully done.

  5. Hi Tiffany. . . .first let me say Congrats to you for your fun GIU Week with Unity! Whoo hoo! Second, I am so inspired by your cards, that I am definitely going to use a similar technique and lift it for sure! They look wonderful and simple enough for a vast duplicity! You are amazing and I am glad that I follow you!
    Jessica S

  6. Looking forward to a fun week of GIU! I am already a follower here, so I won't miss a post!
    Love the leaf design cards! It would be handy to make up several and then just add the selected sentiment as you need a card! I like that idea!

  7. Wonderful cards- love the non-traditional leaf colors. And I love the "theme" you've set for the week of repeatable, flat cards!

  8. Beautiful! I love the pretty :)

  9. Very clever cards. I would never of thought of using a blank leaf stamp and putting a design in the leaf. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Hi Tiffany,
    New to your blog and love the cards you created with the leaf stamps...simple but oh so pretty!!!
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  11. These are are wonderful. I love the leaf stamping. So pretty.

  12. These are are wonderful. I love the leaf stamping. So pretty.

  13. I love your leaf cards! Just took a short drive and was loving the fall colors!

  14. Already a follower and always love your wonderful designs! What a simple, but striking way to use these leaf images! These would be perfect for Thanksgiving or Harvest cards!

  15. These are super sweet! I love your style. :)

  16. Cute cards!

    Carol B

  17. These would be so cute as a set to gift. Lovely idea.

  18. Great cards and just my style....CAS!

  19. Those leaves are so very fun. I love the colors you used and the patterns on the leaves. TFS

  20. Love the clean and simple, easy-to-mass-produce cards shown here, Tifany. I'm already a Follower!


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