Introducing… Background Blocks Scattered Polka Dots and Simply Said Blocks

Introducing… Background Blocks Scattered Polka Dots and Simply Said Blocks

YAY!

I’m SO happy that you have stopped by today, as here at Uniko preparations for the September product release are well underway. We have had all the sneak peeks at the 5 clear stamp sets being released and NOW it is time for the Design Team and I to introduce them to you.

Today, myself and my AWESOME Design Team are introducing TWO clear stamp sets, Background Blocks Scattered Polka Dots and Simply Said Blocks. These two sets have so many fun possibilities and can be used and paired with all sorts of stamps and paper crafting goodies.
Hopefully you should have arrived here from the Uniko Blogspot Blog HERE, if not be sure to start there and see my first couple of introduction cards ūüėČ
First up a card using Simply Said Blocks, paired with Uniko Style. Again I have another rainbow card, perfect for the current challenge over at TIME OUT Challenges HERE. Uniko is the sponsor for the challenge AND I am your CASE muse too ūüėČ
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I used the ‘blank’ block and my MISTI tool to stamp the striped BG using my 3 favourite colours and two shades from my Altenew ink collection.
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The ‘Thanks’ sentiment also from the set is stamped in black, fussy cut out and mounted onto the card using foam adhesive. I added a few of my favourite SU! Enamel Dots too ūüėČ
Next I had to have another go at the multicoloured polka dot background, but this time I used a softer colour palette and paired the background with Celebrate With Cake.
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Again I used my MISTI tool and a Stampin’ Up! In Colour collection of markers to individually and randomly colour the dots. It’s a little time consuming (though therapeutic if you like colouring), but totally worth the result! After colouring the dots and before stamping, be sure to ‘huff’ over the stamp to moisten the ink.
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Hopefully you can see the dimension of the die cut polka dot background and cupcake, along with the sparkly frosting – yum!
That’s all from me today using these sets and I hope I have inspired you?! If not, 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 :)
Next on the hop is Deborah and below is the list in case you get lost or find a missing link!

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 three others we are introducing this week will be available HERE for you to purchase on Saturday 9th September at 9am GMT.
Release Schedule…
Sneak Peeks 3rd Р5th September, these little teasers give you hints at what is in store!

Introducing 6th Р8th September, 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! Saturday 9th September 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 these new clear stamp sets :)

Hugs

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Comments (13)

  • Marianne Reply

    More deliciousness. The polka dots look awesome in these softer colours and I love the heart sprinkles on the glittery cupcake.

    6th September 2017 at 10:05 am
  • Rahmat Reply

    Swooning over the first one Bev, love the way you are using the dot stamp, I am inspired! I have to remember this.

    6th September 2017 at 10:14 am
  • Lindsey Reply

    Love the shimmery cupcake – the polka dot background is great in the different shades too. And I always like your Altenew shaded colour ways cards! X

    6th September 2017 at 10:48 am
  • Mary Holshouser Reply

    Love the confetti dots.
    It’s pretty and colorful and makes
    you feel happy.
    Great idea to be able to
    individually color the dots or
    the lines. Makes for interest.
    thanks for sharing.

    6th September 2017 at 3:22 pm
  • Nonni Reply

    Your new stamps look amazing, Bev! You are such a great designer. I love the way you CASEd yourself in the first card… And my Finnish heart loves those Marimekko-inspired blooms! :) Great to see this card at TO gallery!

    6th September 2017 at 8:19 pm
  • Izzy Scrap Reply

    Another two fabulous cards ! I love your first card with the combination of the stripes and the Uniko style stamp ! So beautiful with these colours ! And again the scattered dots are gorgeous with all these colours, I really have to try this ! BTW, what do you mean by “to huff”, is it synonymous to “to blow” ?

    6th September 2017 at 8:48 pm
  • Marjorie Dumontier Reply

    Wow !! These blocks seem to be a must-have because they’re probably versatile! Both cards are lovely !

    7th September 2017 at 2:59 am
  • Vicki Reply

    Awesome. Your patience and effort to colour each dot was worth it. Great result.

    7th September 2017 at 4:35 am
  • carol Reply

    Swooning over the stripes; crushing over the confetti dots! Perfect accompaniments for your charming flowers and scrumptious cupcakes!
    Hugs~c

    7th September 2017 at 9:02 pm
  • Deborah Frings Reply

    I do like colours you’ve used on the bar card and your super simple flowers – just fab! And those multi-coloured dots are great – perfect to pair with the cupcake! xx

    9th September 2017 at 12:05 pm
  • Christine Smith Reply

    Love the strips and the dots! Gorgeous cards and awrsome stamps! xxx

    9th September 2017 at 5:54 pm
  • Anita in France Reply

    Polka dots and cupcakes, Bev … how scrumptious … and what a fun and funky take on your CASE card … there’s such a wonderful playfulness about it … sure has me smiling! Thanks for inspiring our players by being our CASE Designer at Time Out … always delighted to have you playing along with us! Hugs, Anita :)

    10th September 2017 at 8:17 am
  • Jennifer Colacicco Reply

    Gorrrrrgeous!! Absolute perfection!! Thanks so much for joining us at Time Out Challenge! Jenny x

    22nd September 2017 at 4:06 pm

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