Uniko Challenge #34

Uniko Challenge #34

Hi!

Welcome to the July Uniko challenge.  We have another fun challenge this month to spark your creativity…

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Whatever the season around the world there is always flowers! So whether you choose Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter the theme this month is flowers.

You can use any products/stamps to enter the challenge, but we do LOVE to see you use your Uniko products.
Email entries welcome, just email a photo of your card to bev@uniko.co.uk and I will add it to the Uniko Flickr gallery and link up!

This month we have another super Guest Designer joining us this month, Carol from Just Me C

Carol was the lucky winner from Challenge #32 and has created this beauty to inspire you…

CLICK HERE to see more from Carol and leave some love :)

This is how I was inspired…

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I was inspired to try colouring on coloured card after my recent card I shared HERE. This time I used SU! Basic Grey card, stamping, embossing and masking the Pure Florals: Cosmos to create a small cluster of flowers.

I then used my Prismacolor Pencils to colour the flowers in. I used just two colours for the petals and just one yellow for the centres.

The Uniko Design Team have done an awesome job and have created a wealth of inspiration HERE. Be sure to pop on over to the Uniko blogspot blog to find the links and also the linky to link up your creations!

Now, if you need more incentive to play along with the challenge here are the details of the prizes.

 * The DT will choose a winner who will get a £15 gift voucher.
* The DT choose a Top 3 who will each get 100 Loyalty Rewards Points added to their Uniko customer account.
* We will do a random draw for all those who use A UNIKO stamp. This winner will get 200 Loyalty Reward Points added to their Uniko customer account.

You’ve got plenty of time to play along with this month’s challenge.  The deadline for submission is midnight (BST) on Friday 12th August (7.00pm EDT).

I hope to see you in the gallery!

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Comments (4)

  • Sarah Reply

    A stunning work of art Bev, such talent and loving the colour choice too. AWESOME x

    15th July 2016 at 10:49 am
  • Jane Reply

    Gorgeous! And I’ve just bought myself some prisma colour pencils, meant to use them in an adult colouring book , but now you’ve got me all inspired to play with them on cards too!

    15th July 2016 at 1:02 pm
  • Lindsey Reply

    V unusual colour combo and it works so well!! Wonderful Bev x

    22nd July 2016 at 7:37 am
  • Sarn Reply

    Beautiful work. Great technique. x

    23rd July 2016 at 4:22 pm

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