Friday, 24 June 2016

Uniko Challenge #33 - Reminder

Hi Friends, I'm back with a little nudge and reminder for this
 month's challenge over at 
where it's a photo inspiration - read on a little more to see it.

Here's my card using the recently released Paradise set.
I've picked out the colours as closely as possible to those in
the photo to create a background of blooms with a sentiment panel
in the centre. The wrap of grey twine is to incorporate the colours too.

Not only is there more inspiration from my fellow teamies over on the main Uniko 
blog HERE but also joining us this month is Anita of MyPapercraftWorld.
I do hope you'll pop along and leave some love on her blog as her creations
are simply fantastic and super elegant every time. 

The DT will choose a winner who will get a £20 gift voucher.
The DT choose a Top 3 who will each get 50 Loyalty Rewards Points 
added to their Uniko customer account.
We will do a random draw for all those who use A UNIKO stamp.
 This winner will get 150 Loyalty Reward Points added to their Uniko customer account.

You've got plenty of time to play along with this month's challenge.  
The deadline for submission is midnight (BST) on Friday 8th July (7.00pm EDT).

Thanks as always for calling by and I'll be back tomorrow morning with
the latest challenge information for Less is More.



  1. So stunning Sarah! I love how I can see exactly how you were inspired by the photo and your use of the new hibiscus flower is glorious.

  2. Beautiful card!That stamp set in those colors is stunning.

  3. So deliciously tropical and vibrant, Sarah ... that twine tied sentiment is perfect ... indeed a little piece of paradise! Thanks so much for the shout out ... so happy to be guest designing with you at Uniko! Anita :)

  4. Lovely card, that hibiscus stamp is fab as a background. Cara x

  5. Love this tropical take on the inspiration photo, the hibiscus in those colours is YUM! Hugs Bev x

  6. Your cards are always so bright & cheering. Lovely! X


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