Sunday, 1 June 2014


Morning All

I've a card to share today which is for the Color Throwdown Challenge and an opportunity to showcase one of my favourite stamp sets from Uniko Studio. It's been on my wish list for a while but the lovely Beverley had a discount offer this week so it was too good an offer to pass on.

Whilst hopping around blogland recently I've seen some wonderful 'tiled' effect images on cards and I think this stamp set is perfect as the flowers are large enough to chop and crop without losing their stunning floral brilliance.

I couldn't resist adding some bling too but looking at the photo it's perhaps a little OTT!

Ok so I'm off to craft some more and if there's anything worth posting I'll be back later. 
Have a fun day and thanks for calling in.

Card Recipe:
Image & Sentiment: Uniko Studio - Pure Florals Gerbera
Gems from my stash

Color Throwdown
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
Pixies Snippet Playground
   Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog



  1. Oh lovely bright gorgeousness! Great minds think alike, this set landed on my doormat this week too! Will have to have a play very soon xx

  2. Great card lovely effect. I love this stamp set!

  3. WOW! Stunning card, colours & effect. You can never have too much bling! Hugs Bev x

  4. Wonderful tile effect!mthxs for playing at CTD!

  5. This looks fabulous. Great effect!

  6. Very pretty card! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

  7. I love how you used this beautiful flower with a tiled effect! It looks great in our colors! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown!

  8. Stunning card Sarah - and the tile effect is fabulous. Me likey the pink bling - but of course! And am not even going to go and check out that brilliant stamp - I daren't :))

    Hugs, Di xx

  9. Such a beautiful card Sarah and you know how much I am loving this set already I think lol :) Viv xx


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