Thursday, October 8, 2009

More Friends with Flair and Unity

There is still a little time left for my giveaway, I will pick a winner on Sunday! You can read about it HERE.
I had a chance to play with my Unity stamps this week. I paired my stamps with Collage Press, Knave of Hearts. My goal was to use masculine papers and make them all girly. For the first card I used the September Unity stamp kit and the sparkles are mica flakes, fun! The second card was "experimental". Just messing around with some different elements, still trying to figure out if it works for me...
Maybe it needs some GLITTER?! I really don't subscribe to less is more, can you tell? I used my Unity "Frame It" alphas.
I love reading all the comments you leave, they always lift my spirits, thank you for taking the time! Don't forget to check back on Sunday to see who wins, maybe you?





16 comments:

Stephanie said...

Wow! Your cards are amazing you talented girl!

Beth Perry said...

hahah I SOOOO don't agree with the "less is more" concept, either! lol
Love love the cards! So pretty! and I have been on a glitter kick too! I love glitter!!!

laterg8r said...

love all the ruffles and layers here :D

Lexi said...

here there creative girl :) love what you do..and the layers..always appropriate but especially for the fall season!

Bogner's said...

these cards are so fun! I love the JOY flag!

Martha said...

wow, its amazing.

Tenia Nelson said...

Very pretty card!!

Jen said...

Wow, lots of awesome inspiration! Luv the glitter too and those banners are way tooo cute!

the whimsical butterfly said...

Wow! They are just gorgeous! LOVE the shabby chic look to them-they're beautiful!

Diane Jaquay said...

WOW! These are both really GREAT!!

Tinker and JingeBear's Mom said...

Oooh - how creative! I love them both!
~ky

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Donna said...

Sam....These cards are simply STUNNING!! I love everything about them...As for the glitter...I really don't think you will need it...sometimes less is more... Beautiful work...LOVE it!! Xx

Valerie said...

what an intriguing card! You definitely think outside the box and you're helping me do the same! Very nicely done!

JazzyH said...

Wow!

Ann said...

Success! You did a great job of "girlying-up" masculine papers. Didn't even realize they were, till I went back for a closer look!