Introducing… Alphabet Outlined & Background Blocks Arts Décoratifs

Introducing… Alphabet Outlined & Background Blocks Arts Décoratifs

Welcome to Day 1 of the February 2020 & 8th Birthday Release product introductions.

Hopefully you have hopped on over from HERE where I have shared a little bit more about todays clear stamp sets & you will also find the links to all the Uniko Brand Ambassador blogs.

Today we are introducing two new clear stamp sets, Alphabet Outlined AND Background Blocks Arts Décoratifs. So how about some inspiration using these new stamps.

Alphabet Outlined features such a fun modern font and I wanted to create a fun and colourful first card using the alphabet. This is what I came up with.

I’ve seen similar cards on Pinterest using alphabet stamps as flowers and I thought I would create my own version using the stem from Flower Power #6.

I love how colourful the letters spelling ‘Hello’ turned out. I used Catherine Pooler Midnight ink to stamp the letters and used Copic markers to colour them in. I have then fussy cut them out.

I stamped the stem from Flower Power #6 onto my white card base and I altered the height of them so that I could fit 5 across my 10.5 cm wide card. As some of the stems at the bottom needed to be slightly longer, I used the top part of the stem on the stamp to stamp a second time to make it longer.

I trimmed the top of my white card and adhered it to a Lime Green card base and it looks like the flowers are growing out of the grass. The letters are adhered using foam adhesive and the ‘sunshine’ sentiment is from a stamp set we are introducing later this week.

Lastly for today I have a card using Background Blocks Arts Décoratifs. This is such a fun stamp to use for a focal point, but it also works for an all over design.

One of the things I love about the Art Deco style is the gold lines, angles and geometric designs. The image below from the Collins English Dictionary, is an example of the design which inspired my stamp design and also my card using it.

I decided to create a one layer card and instead of using black, which is common in Art Deco, I reached for a Denim Blue.

I used VersaMark ink to stamp the block onto my card base & it was fairly easy to line up and create equal spaces between stamping the blocks to fill the card. I then heat embossed with WOW! Metallic Gold Rich Regular EP.

The ‘Happy Birthday’ sentiment is from a stamp set that we will be introducing tomorrow! It is designed to work with this stamp as much as the ones you will see tomorrow.

Crafty Hugs

That’s all I have to share with you today using these new stamp sets, but I know my Brand Ambassadors have so much more to show you! Next on the hop is Carol, be sure to hop along and comment along the way. I will be randomly selecting comments left this week to win some prizes!

Share this post

Comments (19)

  • kanda Reply

    Two amazing cards Bev. The alphabet flowers are so cheerful and the art deco looks really elegant with the gold on the blue background xx

    18th February 2020 at 11:16 am
  • Steph Mortimer Reply

    Your ‘Hello’ card is so clever! The art deco stamp in gold, love, love, love! I’m now wondering if I can paint, stamp and heat emboss my entire bedroom furniture…may take a while!!

    18th February 2020 at 11:38 am
  • Meghan Kennihan Reply

    I love the Navy and gold art deco combo! And What a cute idea with the alphabet!!

    18th February 2020 at 2:04 pm
  • Sue D Reply

    The first card is so cute and cheery with the colorful Hello and I like the simple elegance of the second card.

    18th February 2020 at 2:09 pm
  • Lucy E. Reply

    I love your springtime Hello
    card! The Art Deco Card is
    very masculine, which is such
    a challenge for me.

    18th February 2020 at 2:18 pm
  • Izzy Scrap Reply

    I love to see how you use your own stamps and I’m always in awe of your creativity ! I love so much the design of your first card and it’s so happy with these vivid colours. Very elegant second card with the gold embossing on the dark blue card. xx

    18th February 2020 at 2:31 pm
  • Sue Symens Reply

    Ha…the birthday logo should have been our clue right? Beautiful cards Bev!

    18th February 2020 at 4:16 pm
  • Julie B Reply

    What jolly ‘happy little flowers, such fun and the blue and gold combo is gorgeous.

    18th February 2020 at 6:46 pm
  • Marisela Delgado Reply

    I absolutely LOVE how you made flowers with letters. You rock!

    18th February 2020 at 9:04 pm
  • Marisela Delgado Reply

    Feliz Cumpleanos, Bev. Happy 8th Birthday from San Antonio, Texas. =)

    18th February 2020 at 9:05 pm
  • Dee Earnshaw Reply

    awesome cards – LOVE the gold on the blue background – really stylish

    18th February 2020 at 9:13 pm
  • Denise Bryant Reply

    Awesome cards! Love the alpha flowers, and the design on your second card is beautiful!

    19th February 2020 at 4:54 am
  • Greta H Reply

    You are so creative, Beverley! Love both your cards, but I’m blown away by putting the letters on stems!

    19th February 2020 at 5:21 am
  • Jen Petersen Reply

    These sets are fabulous! I love the idea of using those letters as flowers and the font is beautiful! Your blue card is stunning as well!

    19th February 2020 at 7:01 pm
  • Karthikha Uday Reply

    I love your card using the alphabets!! Great fussy cutting, simple design, colorful and awesome! 🙂 And the art deco stamp is lovely, navy blue and gold combo is a great take! 🙂

    19th February 2020 at 8:26 pm
  • Marisela Delgado Reply

    The alphabet flower card is awesome!

    20th February 2020 at 11:02 pm
  • Marisela Delgado Reply

    Bev, you always rock it. Your stamps and card designs are awesome. You rock star!

    20th February 2020 at 11:02 pm
  • Lynnette Reply

    I love the first card that looks like the letters are growing, I like the added dimension of the foam tape. The second card reminds me of the cinema I used to go to as a child, they had a very similar pattern all through the lobby xx

    21st February 2020 at 12:51 pm
  • Andre M. Reply

    The design of your first card is so whimsical, and the second exudes such classic elegance! Thanks for sharing your creativity.

    22nd February 2020 at 12:33 am

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *