Yup, going to do a quick post after months of nothing, nada, zip. It's just so hard to keep up with social media sites. But, oh well, it gives me a safe place to store pictures of some of my favorite projects using different media and techniques. And hopefully, some of my friends will take a little time out of their busy lives to take a peek at what I do and what I'm up to.
Have you ever heard of Unity Stamps? Love that place! You can find information about them here http://www.unitystampco.com/about/ And you can find the latest sale going on here: shttp://www.unitystampco.com/product-category/on-sale/
They have the cutest stamps. Something for everyone. My favorites are the AngieGirls; http://www.unitystampco.com/product-category/only-at-unity-exclusive-lines/angiegirls-all-9-hello-summer-sale/ by the artist Angie Blom.
I once mentioned to my crafty friend Lori, that she was addicted to Unity Stamps. Which prompted us to count who had the most....I figured that Lori had me beat...boy oh boy, I was wrong. LOLOL. Therefore, I was never allowed to tease Lori about being a Unity Stamp 'stalker' anymore....the title was now mines. LOLOLOLOL.
The owner of Unity Stamps, Angela, keeps her "peeps" involved with games, hops and sales. The latest for me was to follow along with a technique prompt. I've done this technique before on several cards and it's a fun and creative look to any card using different colors over the stamped image.
The tags using the technique started out like this
So, while in my 'down time' this mornng, I decided to turn them into quick cards. And this is how they look now
The doilies were from another project
They were sprayed with Dylusions Ink Sprays
(they were the perfect colors!)
Unity Stamps: Big Summer Bouquet and GraceGirl
Quick and easy!
Bye for now