GrowingInUnity Unity Stamp Company Craftisan Studios Kim RippereThis time it is “just” a Blog Hop!  I’m not sure if this is my favorite Unity stamp, but it is part of the most recent shipment I received and I do adore this sort of doodle!

This card uses the Triple Time technique.  Instead of all the layers I decided to use one ATC size card that I offset to highlight and frame part of the stamp.

The colors in this are so subtle that the pictures don’t do it justice. 🙁


There will be 2 random winners of a Unity Grab Bag of 25 stamps.  

The winners will be picked by Unity and announced on Wednesday.


 

Blog Hop:

  1. Kristina Beagle
  2. Rachel Bogner
  3. Kim Rippere – YOU ARE HERE!
  4. Riette Gasser
  5. Gaylynn Martling
  6. Kristy MacKeen
  7. Nazia Naz – Rubeena 

Details:

  1. Card Base:  Smoky Blue Bazzill Cardstock, 5×7.
  2. First Layer:  Momenta paper pack, edges distressed with Distress Ink – Jeans.
  3. ATC:  Product packaging, Momenta paper pack, edges distressed with Distress Ink – Jeans.
  4. Middle Layer:  Momenta paper pack, edges distressed with Distress Ink – Jeans.
  5. Image:  Unity Stamp – Tangled Flower, inked with Hero Arts – Unicorn, clear embossing powder.

Submitted:

  1. 613 Avenue Create
  2. Crafting From the Heart
  3. Creative Fingers
  4. Hopping with Friends
  5. Unity {Be Inspired} Challenge

Goodies:


Craftisan Studios Brass Dog

 What's the Deal with the Dog?

 If this inspires you let me know!

Questions?  Ask!

40 thoughts on “{Growing in Unity – Blog Hop} Double Time Tangled Flower

  1. Oh! New to Unity and my love of All of their stamps are Growing!! Thank you for sharing this style of stamp, I don’t have any like that to add to a fun journal -way cool I would love to do that! Unity’s helping me stamp outside of my box and that’s how we’re all going to grow!

  2. This is my first time to your blog…..following the blog hop. Loving the texture of the background, the layers and the colors of your card. Thanks for sharing.

  3. This is beautiful. I love how you popped up the center of the stamped image. Very creative.

  4. Love your very unique card, Kim! The texture, the colors and the stamp are lovely!

  5. This is SO GORGEOUS. Love how you made the panel and continued the pattern on the card – so original and inspirational:)

  6. I have this stamp and this is a gorgeous card done with it. Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. The texture of this card is very interesting. Love the color and the stamp.

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