Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Growing in Unity Day Two!

Welcome back and Merry Christmas Eve! Today I am using an itty-bitty stamp that I just got in the mail last week! The Charming Cone Flowers is one of my new favorite stamps!  After stamping in Stazon Black I used Close to my Heart ink in Hollyhock, Sorbet, Topiary and Buttercup to color the image.  I dug into my scraps to find the paper for the background.  I also used another sentiment from “Just Wanted to Say” (seriously one of my favorite kits!!!) to finish it off.


Did you know that Unity hosts a challenge each month?  They do!!  Head over to the Unity Stamp Co. Challenge Blog and play along.  I used the card sketch for December as my inspiration on this card. 

Thank you for stopping by today and be sure to leave a comment every day! One lucky commenter will win their choice of 2 itty-bitty stamps!  So fun!

14 comments:

Cynthia said...

Sweet design and colors, Amber! Thanks for sharing.

Ruby said...

Very sweet card.

sharon g said...

WOW, I adore the polka dot paper you used. The graduated colors are amazing! I also love the stamp--you made some nice choices!

Gaylynn said...

Your flowers are adorable on this. What a sweet stamp. So perfect for the sketch. :)

Kris B said...

Wonderful! Love the the flowers! Great take on the sketch!

Julie Odil said...

Great card! I love those flowers and the colors you chose. Merry Christmas Eve!

Sue D said...

Very cute! I like your coloring and choice of paper.
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Denise Bryant said...

Love your papers and the pretty cone flowers image! Sweet card!

SHartl said...

Oh, this is just so adorable! Love the cheerful colors.

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Pretty card. I like the clean and simple look.

cghundley said...

I really like the
background on this
card. Pretty colors.
Carla from Utah

Karenladd said...

so cute and bright! The dotted paper that you use gives such a whimsical look

Janis said...

Such a bright and happy coneflower image. Love the touch of Washi!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com

Angeline Choo said...

I love the ombre effect on the background. Pretty!!