Saturday 2 October 2021

Introducing... Pattern Building Christmas Tree

Good morning. Its time to reveal the last of the September release sets from Uniko. 
Today we are showcasing the Pattern Building Christmas Tree. Here's my take!

Whilst thinking of my design, I was rifling through my background box and came across a sentiment stamped background, this one is from a batch I made back in October 2019! I thought it showed off the strips rather well, I seem to be on a roll with stamped backgrounds.
To decide the size and shape of the tree, I laid out different elements in decreasing size order on an A6 scrap of paper. Choosing some scraps from the bit box, I cut some strips and laid those out too in a pleasing colour pattern, before stamping each element onto the strips of card and then reassembling onto the panel. To get a different look, all you need to do is change the order of the strips or the colours used or the background!

So that's it for the introductions, tomorrow we will be back with our BA Blog Hop and Giveaway, but if you want to check out more ideas for this set, check out the rest of the BAs first.


  1. Such a lovely bright colour combination. Fab card Jules. X

  2. LOVE that colour combo and the embossed plum background sets it off perfectly x

  3. Very effective use of the sentiments in this way.

  4. Brilliant use of sentiments. I've ordered them today. Thanks for sharing your idea

  5. What a lovely card. The embossed background looks gorgeous and your tree is so pretty x x

  6. Great pop of colors on the embossed background, love it!

  7. Great use of scraps. I love the bright colours of the tree.

  8. I like the background effect
    Nicole G.

  9. such a colorful fun tree - awesome idea

  10. I love this type of Christmas tree design. So cute!

  11. Perfect way to use scraps, beautiful cards!!


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