Introducing…Rustic Wreath

Introducing…Rustic Wreath

YAY!

I’m SO happy that you have come back today, as here at Uniko preparations for the November product release are well underway. We have had all the sneak peeks at the 3 clear stamp sets being released and yesterday HERE the Design Team and I introduced the first two clear stamp sets.

So, without further ado lets get to introducing the last of the products being released! Today we are introducing you to the last clear stamp set being released called Rustic Wreath.

This set is a follow on set to Rustic Christmas, but it also coordinates with images from Background Builders: Vines Winter Additions and Winter Foliage.

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For my first card I was inspired by the current challenge over at Fusion Card Challenge HERE and seen below. I was mainly inspired by the sketch, but I interpreted the little wreath in the photo too, adding a layered sprig created from 4 of the tiny stamps contained in the set.

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Apart from the little bit of fussy cutting, this was a super quick card to make, another to add to the ‘last minute’ makes if I run out of Christmas cards last minute!

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Next I have two more super duper quick CAS cards…

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This first card uses a layout I have used before, which lends itself to an all over stamped pattern. As it is just a small section of the card that is decorated it still has a CAS look to it. All the stamps I have used are from Rustic Wreath.

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This second card literally took 5 minutes to make and is a one layer card. This time I have combined the sentiment from Rustic Wreath with a combination of stamps from Background Builders: Vines Winter Additions.

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Again, I clustered the images, starting with the trio of Poinsettias and the small area is quite busy but as there is still LOADS of white space the card remains CAS.

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Ok, that’s all I have to share with you here, but hop along the Design Team Blog links below for even more inspiration. I know for a fact you won’t be disappointed, the team have created amazing projects showcasing how this set can be used. PLUS don’t forget to comment along the way for a chance to win a random prize!

CLICK HERE to see more from Deborah

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 G

CLICK HERE to see more from Sarah P

I do hope you enjoyed the hop and you have enjoyed seeing some of the possibilities this set has? All the sets will be fully revealed and available to purchase HERE tomorrow Sunday 27th November at 9am GMT. 

The Design Team and I will be back tomorrow with our traditional Reveal, Release and GIVEAWAY Blog Hop!! 

Here’s an outline of the release schedule:

Sneak Peeks 23rd & 24th November, these little teasers give you hints at what is in store!

Introducing 25th & 26th November, here you will see a closer look at the clear stamp sets being released with a daily blog hop with the Uniko DT.

Release Day! Sunday 27th November 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!

As this is our last release of 2016, I will be giving away some random prizes throughout the release countdown. To be in the chance of winning a random prize, be sure to join in on commenting along the Introducing Hops and joining in on the fun via social media such Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. Winners of the random prizes will be announced Sunday 27th November at 8am GMT.

Thanks for joining in on the release fun so far and I hope you have enjoyed the inspiration! Please stop by tomorrow and join in on the Release Day FUN 😉

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Comments (11)

  • Jytte Grund Jensen Reply

    Oh, wauw… lovely christmascards.. cant wait untill tomorrow ❤

    26th November 2016 at 10:03 am
  • Jane Reply

    Inspiring use of all the smaller elements from this set Bev., genius as always!

    26th November 2016 at 11:07 am
  • Lindsey Reply

    All very delicate & lovely Bev! Adore this stamp set – think it’s my fave of the release xx

    26th November 2016 at 12:00 pm
  • Deborah Frings Reply

    Bev – they are all absolutely gorgeous! You do make such wonderfully CAS cards – all so very pretty. I think my favourite is the last card. It’s a lovely set. xxx

    26th November 2016 at 12:04 pm
  • carol Reply

    I love this new set; a perfect companion for my Vines set! Your cards…gorgeous!
    Hugs~c

    26th November 2016 at 5:05 pm
    • carol Reply

      I’m back for a second helping of WOW….and to thank you sooooo much for sharing this beauty in the Fusion gallery!
      Hugs~c

      27th November 2016 at 2:44 am
  • Carolyn Reply

    Wow BEV another ‘must have’ set to go with my background builders-vines and winter foliage!
    Great to make CAS cards and quick too!

    Carolyn

    26th November 2016 at 6:30 pm
  • Denise Bryant Reply

    So pretty! Love all 3 of these beautiful cards! Lovely wreath! Your ‘Deck the Halls’ card is awesome! Love it! Fabulous layering!

    26th November 2016 at 6:43 pm
  • Sarah Reply

    WOW simply stunning and CAS-tastic Bev. Can’t pick a favourite as they are all just awesome.
    Love your inspiration. Sarah x

    27th November 2016 at 12:09 am
  • Rahmat Reply

    OOh fun cards, I simply love the last one, it is CAslicious, and very elegant.

    28th November 2016 at 12:25 am
  • Michelle W Reply

    What a beautiful set! You always make the most beautiful CAS cards, Bev, that highlight the beauty of your stamps.

    30th November 2016 at 1:15 am

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