SC67- Unity Inspiration **Blog Hop**

Here’s a link to the other participants’ blogs!  Do stop by and see how awesome they are (and try not to think too poorly of my comparatively pathetic card!

To say I had a horrible time making this card is an understatement.  As a matter of fact, I fully intend to take a new picture of it as soon as I can find some decent lighting.  I tried two other card ideas and scrapped them both.  This stamp taunted me and so I decided to try it.  I like this card.  I don’t love it, but I like it.  It’s mate has embossing along the edges of the vellum.  White craft ink and I are now officially divorced.    There’s a reason that it’s not on this one.  Just sayin’.    I even wanted to put the bow on top of the wreath or at the bottom like a real one, but noooooooooo that looked stupid.  Why?  Who knows, because this card is ornery and has a mind of its own?  Probably.

I decided to use this sketch challenge for it and go a double whammy because it was perfect for the challenge!  Otherwise, I would have just skipped that part of this.

I really am having fun with the blog hop thing… mostly because it lets me see all the amazing things people are making!  😀

Ingredients

Stamps- Unity’s KOM “Happily Ever After”

Ink- Versamark

Paper- SU’s Not Quite Navy, PTI’s Shimmer Paper, SU’s Cherry Cobbler, Vellum

Tools- Gold Embossing Powder, SU Corner Scallop Trim punch, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Big Shot, and Heat Gun

Accessories- Ribbon and Pearls

Adhesive- SU Mini Glue dots, SU Dimensionals, ATG tape

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30 thoughts on “SC67- Unity Inspiration **Blog Hop**

  1. I think your card is Beautiful! I love the vellum and your embossing! You are being to hard on yourself! 🙂

    Thank you for you sweet comments I my blog today! I really appreciate you stopping by! I think you are new to my site? Well even if you aren’t Thank you anyway, you made my day!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. I think u r way too hard on yourself! It is a lovely card and you deserve the credit for all the work you put into it.

  3. Before I read your comments, I LOVED this card for how elegant it looks. I am sorry it gave you such a hard time, but I think it turned out GREAT!

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