Monday, 11 May 2015

Uniko Studio - May Release ....

... Morning!  We've introduced two new mini-sets over the last couple of days, and today they are officially released.  You can get them both at the Uniko Studio shop.  I've made a couple more cards featuring the new stamps.  I'll start with my favourite of the sets - Nautical Treasures:

Happy Father's Day - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

Stamps: Uniko Studio - Nautical Treasures
Inks: Versafine - Onyx Black; Kaleidacolor - Blue Breeze
Accessories: White Lustre Card; Kaisercraft DP - Off the Wall


I used the sketch from Sketch Saturday - SS#360  as the basis for the layout of my card.  I cut strips from several different sheets of design paper and adhered them to the card.  I stamped the boat directly on the large panel and paper pieced the sails (love this technique and it's so easy with this stamp).  I finished the front with a compass to steer by and a Father's Day greeting.  On the inside I cut a mat panel from design paper and added a couple more  compass stamps to the white panel.

Happy Father's Day inside - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's GemsHappy Father's Day Sq - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

My next card features the pretty flowers from Flower Power #7.  I used the colours from Colour Throw Down - CTD#341. The layout is based on the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch! - CTS#122 (Bev used this sketch on Saturday).

Feel Better Soon - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

Stamps: Uniko Studio - Flower Power #7, Flower Power #6, Beautiful Blooms II
Inks: Stampin' Up! - Tanglo Twist, Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade
Accessories: White Lustre Card; Kaisercraft DP - Oh So Lovely; SU DP - Lucky Limeade; Gems


I covered the whole of the card with this pretty pink design paper.  I stamped the outline flower in dark orange and dark yellow and added the solid flowers with lighter shades.  I carefully cut each flower out.  I stamped some leaves in green and fussy cut them too.  I made a banner in green design paper and on the white banner stamped a greeting.  After attaching the banners to the card, I added the flowers and leaves with dimensional gel and finished with some gems.  On the inside I cut a mat layer of design paper and added a flower to the white panel.

Feel Better Soon inside - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's GemsFeel Better Soon Sq - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

Do join in the Blog Hop and visit all the team to see their creations too.

Deborah (that's me)

The two new sets are available now at the Uniko Studio shop - they are really super sets - have fun with them.



Don't miss out on the fun, there will be random winners for mystery prizes - no hints as to the prize or the value, you just have to join the fun!!  And don't forget there's the  Design Team Blog Hop where there's the chance for one lucky person to win the entire release!

Places to join in and possibly win a prize are by commenting along the way on the Uniko Studio Blog, on the DT and Guest Design Team blogs, liking the Uniko Studio Facebook page and by following on Twitter and Pinterest.  Go have fun!!!

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16 comments:

sandie said...

Great paper piecing and both cards you have rocked the sketches x

LE Designs said...

What a beautiful set of cards. I especially love how you have decorated the sails of the boat - stunning x

Rahmat said...

Lovely cards Deborah, I like the lacey edge on the second card.

worrywort said...

I love the lacy look down the side of the second card.

Skylark said...

Great stamp sets and more lovely cards Deborah! They work with the challenges so well; I especially like what you've done with the CTS sketch. Stef x

Monika/Buzsy said...

Very pretty Deborah. Love the background paper with the lacy border! The little flowers are so sweet. Thank you for playing along with us at The Color Throwdown.

Leigh Penner said...

Great cards! I especially love your super sweet take on the CTS sketch!

Stella said...

Your cards are lovely but I am in awe with the Fathers Day card. Love that nautical look and with shades of blue...my favorite!

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Wow! Brilliant showcase Debs! Love your paper piecing on the boat and a gorgeous colour combo on both cards. X

Beverley said...

Loving your paper piecing and choice of patterns on the masculine card & such a pretty floral card too. You have showcased this release awesomely! Hugs Bev x

foleysfriend said...

Love the detail you added with the patterned paper on the sail; so clever

Denise Bryant said...

Lovely cards! Love the paper piercing on the ship sails, and the new Flower Power set is awesome! Love the delightful flowers and all the possibilities with the sentiments!

Janis said...

Love the pieced sail!!! Fabulous!
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cm said...

A stunning set of cards, Deborah! Unique, fresh, creative! The paper-pieced sailboat...oh my! Striking!
Hugs~c

Danielle Vincent said...

Hi Deborah - how fun to see your beautiful card in the gallery this week at Sketch Saturday! You've created an awesome masculine card (my husband would love it) and totally rocked that sketch. Thanks so much for playing along with us at SS. Hugs D

donna mikasa said...

Wonderful take on the sketch! I love the lacy detail.

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