Thursday, March 13, 2008

Unity Stamp Co. Weekly Giveaway!!!

Yay!!! I finally get to share this with you. I got to play with the Unity Stamp Company set, Butterfly Beauty which is going to be this week's giveaway set over on the USC blog. I have only had this set since Monday which is part of the reason that you all haven't seen me around here much this week. I have been playing with these awesome stamps. They are so much fun and I could create so much more with them...the ideas are flowing. There just aren't enough hours in the day for creating!!

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I think that this is my favorite project out of the bunch, and the awesome thing about this project is that this is just straight, simple stamping...That's it! Incredibly easy. This is a covered journal. I used to make these all the time and then ended up with a surplus of them so I haven't done one in a while.

They are super easy to make using a cheap hardbound journal/sketch book (if anyone is interested in a tutorial on this, I could post one next week sometime...maybe Sunday. Just let me know. These make great gifts and done up like this are awesome gifts for girl's birthdays...this is one of my 13 yo DS's favorite gifts when he is going to a girl's party.

supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Company Butterfly Beauty kit
*Anna Griffin papers
*Chatterbox ribbon
*7gypsies handles
*Bazzill cardstock

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This card is another straight-forward stamping example. I stamped the butterfly in brown (did you notice the detail in this one's wings? flowers! I love it!) and then colored in the details in orange. All these words are part of this stamp set too. I love the font and classic style of them.

supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Co. Butterfly Beauty set
*Basic Grey Romani papers
*Rhonna Farrer paper
*Making Memories ribbon
*Jenni Bowlin label sticker
*Autumn Leaves buttons

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A Vision of Beauty from Him
By adding just a few words in between the words of the set, I was able to create this perfect title for this layout. Most of you know that Kat wasn't planned...she is absolutely our perfect little gift from God. I haven't had time to do it yet, but soon I will add some journaling about that on this layout around the bottom photo.


There's a lot of dimension to this layout and for a while, I wasn't sure that it was going to work, but I really like the overall effect.

supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Co. Butterfly Beauty kit
*Basic Grey LilyKate papers
*K&Co Amy Butler papers
*Foofala paper
*cardstock
*Prima flowers
*buttons
*Zig writer

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This is a 12x12 wall art piece for Kat's room. Her room is done in butterflies so this set was perfect to use in there. I simply decorated 3 large shipping tags and then mounted them onto some patterned papers and framed them into the shadow box.


supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Co. Butterfly Beauty stamp set
*Anna Griffin papers
*Stacy Claire Boyd paper
*Heidi Swapp bling
*Autumn Leaves buttons
*7gypsies paper (music)
*dictionary paper
*shipping tags
*Making Memories and Prima flowers
*lace trim

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Somehow this card ended up with a collage look, but I am not sure how it progressed to this point. This is one of those projects that simply evolved. I started with a white card base and stamped the edge of one of the butterfly wings all around the outside of it. I then inked up one of the butterflies in blue and rolled the edges into black. After I trimmed the paper, I applied a thin strip of adhesive around the edge and dipped it into glitter...as well as adding it to the body of the butterfly. I like the mix of words on here to create "inspired possibilities"...a fun way of saying, hope.
supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Co. Butterfly Beauty kit
*7gypsies paper (music)
*Making Memories paper and flowers
*Autumn Leaves buttons
*Heidi Swapp bling
I hope that you have enjoyed these projects. I sure had fun creating them! Don't forget to go comment on the Unity Stamp Co. blog starting tonight at 5:00 and running through Tuesday for the weekly drawing for this stamp set.
smiles,
Christi

20 comments:

Unity Stamp Company said...

I am speechless. Those are stunning! I just love them! You HAVE BEEN BUSY! Those would have taken me a WEEK! You are ultra talented! You did those stamps some serious justice!

Laura said...

Oooh girl, these are all lovely - and yes, i TOTALLY need a tutorial on those books. that is SO cute!!!!

Alison said...

All I can say is, "Wow!"

Alison Gibbs said...

Wow Christi they all look fabulous.
Definitely do the tutorial.
Alison

Hilmarose said...

Definitely do the tutorial... the projects you did with the stamps are beautiful!!!

Dianna said...

Love it all~esp those tags*!*

Lisa said...

Awesome work, I love the butterflies, I can't wait to get these stamps!

Savor the Journey * TexasGrammy said...

Oh how I already LOVE this butterfly set. I knew I would love this one, even without browsing the blogs. But now it's a "fact"! Thanks for proving my theory to be correct! hahaha

~Bev

liannallama said...

wow! You made some awesome projects! I love the journal!

Kathy said...

Christi,
I absolutely love the things that you did with the Butterflies stamps from USC. You are amazing. How you have time to do this and take care of Kat amazes me.
Miss talking to you and hope that everyone is well.
You are right the details in those butterflies looks so great.

Mary Jo said...

Christi - your projects are gorgeous and I love, love those stamps!!!

Sara Garza said...
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Sara Garza said...

Wow Christi beautiful job with those butterfly stamps!!

Rita said...

WOW!! You are so stinkin' talented girl! I LOVE each and every one of these butterfly projects and am already in love with this stamp set. You've done a great job of making it become a must have item!

Love the tags...love the journal...love the way you did the strips of paper under the butterflies on the darling layout...I could go on, but you get my drift! :) You have once again, done a beautiful job!!!

Queen of Paper said...

This are all SO BEAUTIFUL! it's so fun to see how you used them! You are one crafty girl!

stacie said...

yes PLEASE do a tutorial on the books!!! Such a good idea for easy birthday gifts!

shadows of life said...

GORGEOUS designs girl!! loooove what you did with those butterflies!! You ROCK!! :)

Carolyn said...

Love it ALL! You worked those butterflies Ms. Christi! awesome job!

Michelle said...

Very pretty! I love the butterfly wall art!

Theresa said...

Uh oh....butterflies. Not looking, not looking!!! Okay, I'm looking. Breathtaking is all I can say. Love them ALL. Oh goodness, I knew I shouldn't have looked!!

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