Friday, 24 November 2017

Uniko Challenge #44

Hello crafty friends it's that time again when we are announcing our latest monthly challenge over at Uniko and the theme for this one is Christmas! Totally appropriate and brilliant timing for dashing off some of those much needed holiday cards.

Here's mine and it's a little tease because it's a 2-FER and you'll need to check back at 'reminder' time for the other 'half'! Both cards use the Winter Foliage set by Uniko with a die-cut Christmas sentiment from MFT die-namics teamed with a Uniko one too! The images are stamped using Altenew Inks and I've also used the Basic Stitched Border edge dies from MFT too. 

Here's the cue card which we'd love to see you use in your own blog posts and I hope you feel inspired and will play along with us!


You have until Friday, 29th December to link up to the challenge, so no excuses for not joining in! 

The details you need about prizes and how to play can be found over at Uniko HERE and as always thanks for calling by my blog today.



  1. Beautiful card Sarah, very festive in all aspects.

  2. Love this festive foliage! Really lovely card! xx

  3. Super snazzy and colourful Christmas card Sarah. Love this idea of a 2-fer!

  4. This is so stylish. Fabulous card x

  5. I think the 'one-fer' of your 'two-fer' is absolutely gorgeous! Need to bring my Christmas greenery out for a play; hope it's okay if I case you...I think some 'mass production' may have to happen!

  6. Fabulously festive Sarah! Love your crisp design x

  7. Fabulous Sarah ! I never think about using coloured cardstock but it is so eye-catching and highlights so gorgeously your stamped image ! I love this foliage stamp, it is absolutely perfect and so versatile ! And these berries are wonderful too ! Have a great week ! Hugs xx

  8. I love your layout with the red card and beautiful stamping. x

  9. Wonderfully festive and beautiful showcase of Uniko and how the different clear stamp sets can be mixed and matched. Hugs Bev x


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