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Friday, January 6, 2023

Growing in Unity 2023, Day 5

'T is Christmas morn! Awake! Awake!
The slumber from thine eyelids shake!...
No such delight through all the year
As comes with Santa's Christmas cheer.
~James Henry Potts, "Old Santa," Every Life a Delight, 1914

Good morning!
This is my day 5 and final post as a Unity Gal for 2023! Always a bit sad to have my time come to and end but I am ever so grateful for the opportunity to promote Unity Stamp Company and their amazing line of stamps & products. There will be plenty more talented people throughout the rest of 2023 who will also be sharing their Unity cards & projects for you so make sure you are following Unity Stamps on FaceBook so you don’t miss out on a single post!

Please remember to comment on my posts each day as I will be selecting two people to receive a $20 credit to the store!

Today’s card uses another stamp & stencil set called Vintage Poinsettia … which is the last of my three favorite flowers. This one is stunning and again, the stencils are numbered and make it so easy to color and highlight the stamped image! Sadly, there is no die for the image so I fussy cut it out as my Brothers S&C is inaccessible right now.

I’m think though that I need to make a layered version!



Supplies, card size: 5 x 7
Unity Stamp & Stencil set, Vintage Poinsettia
Cardstock from The Paper Studio (base) & Hammermill Color Copy
Design Paper from Unity Stamps, Rustic Winter Wishes & Festive Christmas
Ink from Tsukineko & Stampin Up!
Nuvo drops
Sequins from my stash
Sketch from Viva la Verve, May2018


Unity Stamp Company is a small family-owned business and although they ship world-wide, their high-quality rubber stamps are proudly made in the U.S.A. They even offer custom stamps! So, check out their store. You’ll be hooked if you aren’t already!

Here are links to the Unity Stamp Company Store and Social Media Sites!

Go check them out! You won’t be disappointed!


Thanks for stopping by & don't forget to leave a comment!
(Hugs) Cara

14 comments:

Helen said...

Love this! I should start on next Christmas cards with all the Unity stamps I bought and didn't use at the end of the year. LOL

Linda said...

Now I don't feel so bad about just using my stamp and stencil yesterday for the first time!! Love your coloring and your composition!

Julia said...

THis card is so beautiful. I think that a layered version would be absolutely gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing.

Marcy H. said...

Gorgeous card!

stamping sue said...

Fabulous poinsettia card.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Sandra said...

So beautiful!!! Love this one!!
Loved all your other cards, but you saved the best for last!!!

Amy Williams said...

Love it! This card is so pretty.

Becca Yahrling said...

Wow, this is just stunning! Love this fun sketch you used and all you used to complete it.

Wilma DeG said...

What a beautiful way to end your week! Love the sketch, too.

Denise Bryant said...

Love this beautiful poinsettia design! Gorgeous card!
Thanks for sharing your cards with us on your GIU week!

Unknown said...

Oh, so very pretty! Love the paper combos you used with this gorgeous poinsettia. --Chris S

JaMac said...

Beautiful coloring and layout. Thanks for the inspiration. :)

Kathy Dippner said...

Beautiful card! Thank you for sharing your cards this week.

alo said...

Gorgeous! Love how you colored this stamp up! Thanks for all the inspiration to create this week!