Every Growing in Unity Girl says this, but wow — this week flew by! I have really enjoyed sharing some projects and some amazing stamps from Unity Stamp Company. If you haven’t checked them out, please do — there is something for everyone there, and they often have sales. There are such an amazing group of… Continue reading GIU – Day 5 — Have a Few Minutes?…Make a Quick Card
Hello and welcome back to my 4th day of Growing in Unity. I really had a great time putting together these projects, and I hope you enjoy seeing them. Again, if you leave a comment on each of my posts this week, you could win a grab bag of stamps from Unity Stamp Company! Today, I’d… Continue reading GIU – Day 4 — Mixed Media
Hi, there! Welcome back to my Growing In Unity Girl Week! If you’ve missed the other posts, you can find them below. Again, if you comment on my posts every day this week you could win a grab bag of Unity stamps. I love Unity for so many reasons, but one designer in particular got… Continue reading GIU Day 3 — Watercolor & Phyllis Harris
Father’s Day was all about cards featuring one of my favorite critters — monkeys. My husband and I often refer to our kids as “our monkeys,” so it seemed fitting that his cards for this day would have cute, lovable monkeys! I used the “Monkeying Around” collection from Heartfelt Creations. The images, tags, papers and coordinating… Continue reading Monkeying Around!
Hello, again! Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and many crafters are busy making their homemade valentines. This is one of mine that I thought I’d share with you. It came out really well — the photo doesn’t do it justice, I’m afraid. This is for a challenge posted on Unity Stamp Company‘s website. It… Continue reading Unity Girl Challenge
I’m a member of the Paper Wishes Message Board (www.paperwishes.com), and completed this card for a challenge. We were asked to use objects lying around from Christmas (ribbons, cards, wrapping paper — anything) and make a non-Christmas card from them. I found this really interesting, so I looked amongst the remnants of our Christmas chaos… Continue reading Found Objects