Uniko Challenge #32

Uniko Challenge #32


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

This is a FUN themed challenge this month is to create a Masculine card.

We have also added in the optional twist of Fathers Day as it is just around the corner.

 You can use any products/stamps to enter the challenge, but we do LOVE to see you use your Uniko products.  And, if you do use Uniko, there’s an extra chance to win a prize. There is also an extra chance to win if you TWIST with us too 😉

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, Tanja from Little Art Cottage.

Hi there, my name is Tanja and I live in Germany with my wonderful husband, two children and three cats. I am addicted to stamping and paper crafting for a while now and I decided to start my own blog www.littleartcottage.blogspot.com in February 2014. I love to find new ways to use my supplies and try new techniques. Coloring and the design of little scenes are my favorite things to do. I love to make people happy with my projects and I sure hope that you will be one of them. I am super excited that I got the chance to be a guest designer at the Uniko Challenge and I can’t wait to see your creations in the gallery.

Tanja was the lucky winner from Challenge #30 and has created this beauty to inspire you…

CLICK HERE to see more from Tanja and leave some love 🙂

Please checkout the challenge post HERE too, to see all the inspiration from the awesome Uniko Design Team too.

Ok, so onto my card…


As you can see I went for a super CAS one layer card. Nautical Treasures is a perfect stamp set for quick masculine cards and I also wanted to give ink blending a little go again. I certainly need some practice at it 😉


As I have created a one layer card and with my nautical theme, it is also perfect for the current Less is More challenge HERE, which is a one layer week, with an AT SEA theme.


Ok, that’s all from me today. 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 £20 gift voucher.
  • The DT choose a Top 3 who will each get 50 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 150 Loyalty Reward Points added to their Uniko customer account.
  • We will do a random draw for all those who twist with us and create a Fathers Day creation. This winner will get 100 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 10th June (7.00pm EDT).

Hope to see you in the gallery 🙂


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Comments (8)

  • Sarah G Reply

    Looks like we had a very similar idea, Bev! At least your sea has a bit more wavy movement than mine 🙂

    20th May 2016 at 5:58 pm
  • Deborah Frings Reply

    CAS perfection! I love that sailboat and your sea is just fab! xxx

    20th May 2016 at 7:16 pm
  • Lindsey Reply

    Your blending is great Bev! Excellent take on the LIM challenge too xx

    20th May 2016 at 7:29 pm
  • Esther Reply

    Very nice blending! I love the imagery which keeps it all feeling calm and perfectly CAS 🙂

    20th May 2016 at 10:16 pm
  • Susan Reply

    Perfect card for the challenge! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

    21st May 2016 at 2:16 am
  • Anita Reply

    Great one layer guy card, Bev. I love the swoop of the waves and I think your ink blending looks fab.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

    21st May 2016 at 8:00 am
  • Sarah Reply

    Gorgeous inky blended waves Bev and a perfect take on the ‘at sea’ challenge and obviously fits perfect with the Uniko challenge too. Thanks for playing along at Less is More this week. Sarah x

    21st May 2016 at 12:51 pm
  • Jane Reply

    I do love your inky sea scene, but I’m not a good sailor and it looks a bit choppy on the water!

    21st May 2016 at 8:15 pm

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