Friday, 30 November 2018

Uniko Challenge #50 - Reminder

Hi there friends.

We're half way through this last challenge of 2018 over at Uniko and I'm here with a little reminder. 

The theme is CELEBRATE, with the optional twist to add some gold. I've made a couple of cards - although only the first one includes the celebrate requirement but I ended up on a roll of stencilling and die-cutting snowflakes so thought I'd share them with you.

For all of these cards I used the Wonky Stripes Stencil with Gold Delicata ink then added multiple die-cut snowflakes cut from various gold and glitter cardstocks. The big snowflake on this one is 4 layers adhered together. The 'Celebrate' sentiment is from the Birthday Sentiments set and 'the magic of Christmas' from Most Wonderful.

The following ones use sentiments from Stunning Snowflakes and Simply Said Christmas.

As always there's plenty of fantastic creations by my fellow teamies, so why not head over to the Uniko blog HERE to check out the links and pay them a visit! I'm sure they'd appreciate it!

Our Guest Designer for this challenge is Mugda of Craftomania, do pop along and visit her blog and leave a friendly word if you have a minute.

You have until Midnight on Friday, 21st December to link up to the challenge and all the details you need about prizes and how to play can be found over at Uniko HERE

As always thanks for calling by my blog today and I hope you feel inspired to play along with us!



  1. I’m dazzled by all this gold ! Really stunning cards, elegant and so festive! Fabulous! Have a great weekend.

  2. Oh, your stenciling and snowflakes are absolutely gorgeous in shimmery gold! A trio of festive delights that, as always, have me marveling in awe at your creativity!

  3. Fabulously gold and glittery Sarah! Gorgeous as always xx


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