I started off making this card as one layer, but the "scene" was a tad too low on the card front and looked odd.
No worries. Cut it out and pop it up all nice and centered, and like magic, it looks great!
But there's no room for a sentiment. Where would I put it? You wouldn't believe how I hemmed and hawed and fretted for probably twenty minutes. Anyone who says Clean and Simple is also easy LIES. Like a rug.
A bad rug.
Or a comb-over.
Whatever. They're lying.
I wanted to use these Uniko stamps to make a collage of pink and red and love how it turned out. Wouldn't this be a great thank-you card for Christmas? The flower in red looks poinsettia-ish. It's a great design, and the sentiments that come with the set are almost all really useful. This is my first time using Uniko stamps, and it won't be the last.
And no, Uniko isn't paying me in any way. I bought two sets (Time and Flower Power #1) and fell hard in love with them. So much fun new stuff to play with! Also, I'm in the US and Uniko is in the UK, but I got my goods quickly and easily.
I hope no one minds my enthusiasm for new companies. I know how irritating it can be when DT members gush over stamps day in and day out, and I hope my, um, unaffiliated and uncompensated status makes this fun and not annoying.
Happy Mother's Day to all of you who are mothers!
stamps: Uniko Flower Power #1
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: rhinestones, dimensionals