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Friday, September 8, 2017

Uniko release - Last day of introducing

Hey all, its the final day of seeing the sets in the action. Today there are 2 sets.
One is Background Block - Stars, and background Builders - Seeing stars!
Both these sets are great for creating BG or just for the focal panels.

I have used the block set as my focal panel, and heat embossed in sticky embossing powder and used a rainbow foil to add the shimmer to the stars, it matches with the sentiment.
The sentiment is added on a panel, and stamped on the base!

Tomorrow the stamps will be up for grabs, and the usual DT blog hop, and you might get lucky to win the sets!

Linking this with:
Paru's Card Making Challenge
 

Simon Monday Challenge
Stamp it
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For the second one I used the stars panel stamps and stamped in grey ink on the base card. Then Cut out a circle on the front panel, and added to the base. I stamped and heat embossed 2 big stars with sticky embossing powder, and foiled using a blue and turquoise foil and fussy cut to add.
I stamped some more starts in a scattered manner in shades of blue inks.
The sentiment is stamped on the front panel to finish off.

Linking this with:
City Crafter Challenge Blog


Simon Wednesday Challenge
Stamp it

Tomorrow is the official release day, and stamps will be up for grabs, and we will have the blog hop and GIVEAWAY.

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!
                                                                     

14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous rainbow of stars on the first and the turquoise and grey is a fab combo of colours on the second. Brilliant pair of cards, love them!

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  2. Oh my STARS! Your foiling with stamped images is AMAZING and the rainbow of stars BG is just to die for. Your combo of grey and blue for your second is inspiring and so is the layout. Thanks so much for a wonderful showcase of these clear stamps and for inspiring me. Hugs Bev x

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  3. WOW! Another 2 fantastic takes on the new sets Rahmat. Loving the gentle silver and turquoise combo as they are some of my favourite colours BUT can't help swooning over that sizzling, shimmering and super duper first one. Those colours work perfectly and the whole card just pops x

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  4. Awesome use of the stamps with the foil! I love both the versions! :)
    xx Ashwini

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  5. Beautiful cards! I love the rainbow colors on the first card and the silver and teal combination on the second one. Love the designs of each and the inspirational messages on both. They're so pretty! Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

    Cathie ♥

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  6. WOW ! Absolutely stunning Rahmat ! Your rainbow block of stars is superb ! But my heart goes for this gorgeous grey and turquoise card ! Everything catch my eyes : the design, the colours, the shimmer with the foil...Love it ! xx

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  7. Great rainbow card !! Very cheerful !!

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  8. I really must try that technique as these foiled cards are just stunning! I love, love the rainbow effect on the first card. But it's the simple blue and grey on the second card that really grabs my attention. Fantastic work. xx

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  9. Love the first card.
    The blending of colors is
    wonderful.
    thanks for sharing.

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  10. Love the different coloured blending with your first card and great idea with the circular window on your second card - I like how you've pulled the composition together with the star theme and couple of stars overlapping the window xx

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  11. Wonderful star cards. Thank you for sharing with us at City Crafter :)

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  12. Both these are stunning! You can't have too many stars! xxx

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  13. Two stunning cards, love how colourful the first one is x

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  14. 2 pretty cards, Rahmat - stars are a great subject for so many occasions! Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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