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Unity SOTW

Are you familiar with 
Unity's STAMP OF THE WEEK Club?
As the name implies, you receive a unique and beautiful
stamp each and every week of the year!

This week's stamp set by Lesley Langdon
includes three different round images to work with:


Aren't they elegant and sophisticated?
If you have never stamped with Unity branded stamps, then I implore you
to give them a try!  They literally stamp like no other stamps out there. 
Crisp, clean and highly detailed images with every stamp...you'll love them!

Here are the tags that I made with the SOTW



These were SUPER quick and easy.  After stamping your images (I use Staz-On Black):
1-Punch image out with 1.5" circle punch
2- Punch 2" scallop from desired papers
3- Punch 2.5"-2.75" images from black papers
Layer the three pieces with foam dots.  Add a little blingage if you'd like!
In keeping with the 'polka dot' theme, I used a polka dotted embossing folder to emboss
the white shipping tags.  I then topped them with the red/white dot papers that I cut
(freehand) into a dovetail at the ends.  Add a bit of swiss dot ribbon to the top and a jute hanger and we're all set for giving :)
Don't you just love some quick 'n easy?!?
Visit Unity today and take a peek at all of their gorgeous collection of stamps
Many on SALE!
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 Also, don't forget about the
 SUMMER FRESH CONTEST
happening over at Simple Stories!
Be sure to leave a comment on last Wednesday's Blog post
and you'll be in the running for some FREE Summer Fresh Goodies!
**Comments must be received tonight by  MIDNIGHT MST**
Good Luck!  The WINNER will be announced this Friday :)

 Have a Happy Monday!

Comments

  1. love the stamps!..and love your project!..gorgeous! :)

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  2. Shelley, I just L.O.V.E your cards my girl. Have I ever told you how jealous I am that you get to play with Simple Stories whenever you want. *sigh*. Lucky girl!

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  3. Oh my goodness...I did not need to see this! Now I want them! This is just beautiful...looks like something you would buy! I have to go check now.

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