Introducing… Festive Sentiments

Introducing… Festive Sentiments

YAY!

I’m SO happy that you have stopped by today, as here at Uniko preparations for the October 2017 product release are well underway. We have had all the sneak peeks and yesterday HERE the Design Team and I introduced Block Party Christmas.

We are back today, and this time we are introducing a new sentiment set called Festive Sentiments. This set is totally dedicated to sentiments, some in a lovely bold handwritten font and the others in a  small skinny uppercase handwritten font. There are loads of mix and match possibilities with the sentiments and so many other Uniko clear stamps they can be used with.
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The ideas on how to use this set were free flowing and I really had fun using it! This first card is one of my favourites and I can see myself using this design as one of my mass produceable ones for this Christmas.

I simply stamped the ‘Merry Christmas’ in VersaFine Onyx Black ink onto a panel of kraft card. I then used a Tombow Mono Fine Liner to draw in some swirls from the ends of the sentiments. The stars are stamped and are from the recently released Background Builders: Seeing Stars clear stamp set (back in stock Friday). I used my Polychromo pencils to colour the stars in and added some clear Wink of Stella for a tiny bit of sparkle.

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For my next card I decided to revisit a previous design I made using the Winter Foliage clear stamp seen HERE. This time instead of using a die cut for the word ‘merry’ I used the one from Festive Sentiments and heat embossed it with stardust EP.

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 It sure was fun to refresh a design and replace elements so that the whole card is stamped using Uniko products (apart from ink).

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Lastly for today I opted to make a one layer card and another that could be easily mass produceable…

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This card is totally inspired by Lynn from The Mango Boys and Me HERE that I pinned a while back. I loved the bold ombré sentiment and simple foliage embellishments Lynn used and so had a go at recreating this with my sentiments and Winter Foliage.

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That’s all from me here, but be sure to hop along all the Design Team blogs and leave a comment along the way, as you never know you might just win a random prize! I know for sure that you won’t be disappointed the Design Team have created a bountiful wealth of inspiration :)

CLICK HERE to see more from Deborah

CLICK HERE to see more from Izzy

CLICK HERE to see more from Jane

CLICK HERE to see more from Lindsey

CLICK HERE to see more from Rahmat

CLICK HERE to see more from Sarah P

I do hope you have enjoyed the hop and seeing the possibilities this clear stamp set has? This set along with the four others we are introducing this week will be available HERE for you to purchase on Monday 16th October at 9am GMT.

Release Schedule…

Sneak Peeks 7th – 10th October, these little teasers give you hints at what is in store!

Introducing 11th – 15th October, here you will see a closer look at the products being released with a daily blog hop with the Uniko DT.

Release Day! Monday 16th October 9am BST you will get to see the products in their entirety and purchase them HERE on the website! As usual there will be a Design Team Blog Hop & GIVEAWAY!

Thank you for stopping by today and I’d LOVE to hear your initial thoughts on this new clear stamp :)

Hugs

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Comments (12)

  • Jane Reply

    Masterclass in using your own stamps Bev. Just love the addition of those loopy lines on the first card.

    12th October 2017 at 9:24 am
  • Karthikha Uday Reply

    Pretty creations :)

    12th October 2017 at 10:19 am
  • Marjorie Dumontier Reply

    Oh my !! I love your first card so much !!

    12th October 2017 at 1:21 pm
  • carol Reply

    A trio of gorgeous, festive cards to showcase the versatility and flexibility of this set! I’m especially taken with your remake of the Merry-and-holly card; mass-producing these would be a most joy-filled activity!
    Hugs~carol

    12th October 2017 at 1:53 pm
  • Izzy Scrap Reply

    You already know how much I love this stamp set with these bold sentiments ! They are so gorgeous that they are self-sufficient as you stunningly showcased it with your first card ! Really love the curled lines you added ! Your two other cards are also just stunning, so CAS just as I love them ! Hugs xx

    12th October 2017 at 3:02 pm
  • Mary Holshouser Reply

    Love the simplicity of the card on the kraft.
    All the cards are great.
    Wonderful release.
    thanks for sharing.

    12th October 2017 at 4:31 pm
  • Ann Reply

    Your cards are wonderful and I love the sentiment set.

    12th October 2017 at 9:47 pm
  • Christine Smith Reply

    All of these are truly fabulous! The first one hits my happy button – I adore it! xxx

    12th October 2017 at 11:01 pm
  • Christy Q Reply

    Oh my goodness, Bev!! All of these cards are winners in my book and would all be fantastic cards to mass produce for Christmas. I’m way behind the game when it comes to thinking about my Christmas cards this year so I really need to get serious and soon! So I’m thinking this set (as well as the one you premiered yesterday) are going to be high on my list! :)

    13th October 2017 at 1:41 am
  • Rahmat Reply

    WOW Bev, I love all 3 cannot pick a favorite, what a beautiful showcase, I am so inspired!

    13th October 2017 at 2:47 am
  • Vicki Reply

    Such lovely cards. Love the font!

    13th October 2017 at 11:27 am
  • Denise Bryant Reply

    Beautiful holiday card ideas! Love the font of the sentiment stamps!

    16th October 2017 at 4:41 am

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