Thursday, 7 August 2014


Hi there, today is the first 'Reveal' from the Uniko Studio August release

There are four sets in total and today we are introducing:

Big & Bold Wish

As you can see it's birthday goodness all the way and don't we all need lots of 
birthday themed cards so a really versatile set.

Here's one of the sentiments mounted on a stitched panel from MFT Die-namics. 
I've heat-embossed a couple of the candles from the set,
coloured with my Derwent Inktense Watercolour pencils and to
finish off a strip of DP from Doodlebug, a few gems and a red ribbon.

Don't forget to check out the other DT blogs for more inspiration and there are 2 GDTs this month;
me along with Sandie from London Days who makes some outstanding cards.

If you have time I'd love you to pop back this week as we'll be revealing a new set each day 
between now and Sunday before the Full Release on Monday, 11th August.

Ren-Yi (Summer Break)



  1. SO happy to have you guest designing for Uniko Studio for this release & WOW, what a stunner. Love the ribbon treatment and the water coloured candles are FAB :) Hugs Bev x

  2. congrats on being GDT with exciting has it been!! I love what you have done with the candles here and that ribbon is just perfect x

  3. Wow Sarah this is so beautiful. Love that gorgeous bow

  4. Fabulous the candles.

  5. Lovely card Sarah. I didn't realise until now the candles have different patterns.
    Great job on GDT.

  6. Congratulations on being a GDT. Love your card especially those fantastic embossed and watercoloured candles.

  7. Congrats on being a GD, and WOW - what a fabulous card you've shared! LOVE the embossed then coloured candles! So eye-catching!

  8. Love this fresh, crisp card, Sarah! Great job as GD :)


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