It has been such an honor and pleasure to be this weeks GIU gal. I hope my cards have inspired you to create with your Unity stamps.
Today I wanted to share a holiday project I created for some of my teacher friends where I work. I really fell in love with this sentiment and it inspired my gift idea. This sentiment can be found in the “Jesus and Germs” sentiment kit. I decided to make tags and tie them to packages of hand sanitizer from Bath and Body Works. I’ve been going through sanitizer like crazy, so I thought it would be a cute and practical little gift! This sentiment seems so appropriate for everything currently going on in our world.
I wanted to create a card from this sentiment kit as well. I fell in love with this beautiful floral image that Tierra Jackson created. Of course, everything stamped crisp and clean because it was made out of red rubber.
For this card, I once again stamped the image and sentiment in Copic friendly ink. I colored the flowers and greenery in traditional holiday colors. I masked off the sentiment and splattered some watered down, white acrylic paint, just to give it a wintery feel. I love the red roses with the white spatter!
I found this sweet gift tag sentiment in the stamp set “Fresh Start.” I love the beautiful font and it’s perfectly sized for a gift tag. What a simple way to make your gifts even more special! For one of the tags, I paired it with a cute holly stamp that I received in one of my Unity grab bags. I colored the image with Copics and the heat embossed the berries with clear glitter embossing powder. I really love how this tag turned out! For the second tag, I decided to keep it super simple so I could make a bunch. It just took some simple stamping and a bit of die cutting to create this cute tag.
I hope my little tags have inspired you to create your own holiday tags. Please visit Unity Stamp Company to look at their gorgeous stamps. Fill your cart up! And don’t forget to comment here for a chance to win some Unity goodies.
And thank you to Unity for this wonderful opportunity! I have truly enjoyed sharing some of my projects. I hope you have a safe and healthy holiday season filled with lots of cardmaking.