Wednesday 29 September 2021

Introducing... Background Builders: Winter Wonderland

Good morning. 
This morning sees the reveal of the first new stamp set from Uniko.
Here's my idea for using Background Builders: Winter Wonderland.

This is part of a larger panel, you may have spied the other half here from the Funky Fossil/Uniko Instahop, earlier in the week! 
On a panel of dark blue card I stamped the hillside in Versamark and heat embossed with white EP. The snow stamp, part of the Uniko BB Winter Wonderland set, was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with more white EP around the trees and deer and then a second row stamped upside down. Any glaring gaps were filled in with a Versamark pen and more EP! 
Using a pierced rectangle die, I cut out a small section of the larger panel, attached it to a white linen effect base card, adding the sentiment from the new Christmas Sentiments set in dark blue ink.
A quick CAS card, I think you could get up to 3 small panels from each stamped one, so great for mass production!

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  1. Such a classy and pretty card in the white and dark blue. Great stamping and what a beautiful winter scene Julie x.

  2. Great card Jules. The white on dark blue is perfect for this stamp set! X

  3. Stunning card and clever how you created the snow.


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