Friday, 17 June 2016

Uniko Challenge #33


Hi there friends, it's time for a new challenge over at 
Uniko

This month we've got a photo inspiration for you so I can't wait 
to see how you tackle this one. 

Sunglasses recommended for mine - it's almost Neon!


I started out using a pink and yellow Zig Clear brush marker on 
watercolour card then blending the 2 colours together with water to
create a coral / orange colour in between. Hopefully these reflect some
of the colours in the photo inspiration below. Next up using the previously
released Fun Flowers I randomly stamped them in Versamark ink before
heat embossing in Hero Arts White EP. 

Using the MFT Die-Namics Snowdrift dies I sliced my card panel in two, 
popped the painted panel in between then mounted the die-cut white panels 
on fun foam for added interest and dimenstion. The sentiment is a combination 
from Celebrate with Cake and All Occasion Sentiments #6


So here's the photo inspiration for you and please head across to the 
main blog HERE where there's links to my teamies blogs, who have been 
creating too with loads of yummy ideas for you, plus all the details you'll 
need about prizes and how to be one of our winners are there too.

We also have a fantastic guest designer joining us for this challenge.
Please pop along and visit Anita of My Papercraft World! You won't be
disappointed ... I am definitely swooning over her designs every time I visit.


Thanks as always for calling by my blog and hope you feel inspired
to join the challenge. I'll be back tomorrow morning with the latest
challenge info for Less is More too so hope you'll pop back then.

Sarah

9 comments:

  1. It turned out beautifully too

    Kathyk

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  2. Ooh I thought it was Distress Ink blending at first glance but obviously not! Works really well. I do like your "split" card design x

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  3. You are the Queen of sponging....doesn't sound too flattering, does it...will have to think on a new term for this! I really like how you used these flower stamps-I have a purple and silver card on my coffee table with these stamps!!

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  4. Oh, those doodlie blooms are so pretty over your Zigged swooshy panel, Sarah ... love how those delicious colours pop so brilliantly against all the glorious white! Thanks so much for your sweet words ... it's a delight to be guest designing alongside you at Uniko! Hugs, Anita :)

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  5. This is just so beautiful! I love your wonderful images and the inking is so amazing.

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  6. Love your flower waterfall of blazing colour, looks amazing!

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  7. I loved this when I saw it on the DT blog, Sarah! Love the vibrant colour and movement from the die cut panels. The way you have put the sentiment together is fab too!

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  8. No sunglasses required, I want every color shining through! How gorgeous your design is, Sarah! LOve the pink/yellow combo! xx
    =]

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  9. The split card works brilliantly. Cara x

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