Thursday, 1 November 2012

Uniko Studio - Let It Snow


Hello crafting friends,

I have a quick card to share today, another Christmas card to add to the slowly growing stash!!!

Beverley from Uniko Studio Stamps offers some free digital images and papers every month and just asks for a link to projects made using them.........Sounds pretty good, right?  Yesterday's Boo card used her 'Super Free Saturday Boo" set.  Today I have a card using an image from this month's 'hohoho' set and a background digital pack called 'Hands Of Time" which she sells in her store.

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I printed a piece of dp with the sentiment added to the bottom right side. 
The two baubles were sized and printed to white card then cut  by hand. 

These were lightly sponged to add a little dimension and although it's hard to see, I added some stardust Stickles around the edge of them.  Popped these up on foam tabs adding the silver twine behind each.


The dp is adhered to the base stamp with more foam tabs and some Kaisercraft gems added for more sparkle.

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Thanks Beverley, I think I'll be making a few more Christmas cards using these baubles as well as the lovely papers you so kindly made available. 

See you tomorrow for Friday's AnnaBelle Stamps Challenge...........
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11 comments:

Barb said...

Beautiful! I love the color and paper.

Lorraine said...

so elegant beautiful Sue x

Beverley said...

Hey Sue! Fabulous use of the freebie :) Love how you paired it with the doily paper. Glad you enjoy using them :)

Olga said...

beautiful!!

lostinpaper said...

So beautiful Sue! LOVE that sweet bg paper!

Betty Benton said...

Beautiful card! Love those doily snowflakes and how you sponged the ornaments!

Selma said...

This is gorgeous Sue -- so very elegant.

CraftinGranny said...

Those baubles look as if there is a light shining behind them and I love that effect. Beautiful papers and card. "Hugs"

The Other Patti Sue said...

So very pretty!

Sue said...

Wow! this is so beautiful, the sponging around the baubles is a perfect touch! :)

Ren-Yi said...

Hi Sue - this is brilliant; i love the blue & silver color scheme. so classic and elegant!