Growing In Unity Blog Hop


Hi Unity Friends! It's time for the Growing in Unity Blog Hop again and I'm so excited that I get to participate! We're focusing on the Sentiment Kits that Unity releases every month this go round and I got to play with the set called ...hello, thank you. It was the Sentiment Kit from July 2014 and it's pretty awesome. I ended up making 3 different cards with the kit(all with different techniques that I'll go into on another day, another project), and I love them all. I'll be using this set again and again, I think! So many great sentiments in it! So time to check out my projects! Here we go!

Card One:
I used a lot of Distress Paint on this one, both for the flower
and the background! 

Card Two:
 I used Distress Markers with a water brush for this one, again,
I used it on the flower and the background.

Card Three:
I used the Distress Markers again here but used them 
direct to paper for the stamps and with the Distress 
Air Sprayer Tool for the background.

Alright, so I obviously had way too much fun(though I could not cut a straight line for anything!) but I loved every minute of it. These stamps are fantastic, now, leave me a comment(because 2 people will win the frankly said sentiment set from this month!), visit the rest of the ladies on the hop and then go shop at Unity because everything is 50% off this weekend!

Here's the line up:

Brittany {You are Here}

Thanks for stopping by! Have a great Sunday!
Brittany

Comments

  1. So beautiful thanks for the idea!

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  2. love the bright colors and designs!

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  3. all very cool! I loved the sentiment with card #1! :)

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  4. WOW Brittany, I love those stamps and how you used them on your cards! Great cards!

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  5. Love the stamps, love the cards!!!

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  6. I like the flower. The different color combinations make each of them unique. The backgrounds on all of the cards are so pretty. Have to try those techniques.
    thanks for sharing.

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  7. Love how you created three different cards with the same basic stamps! Very creative!

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  8. all your cards are amazing and so beautiful! really inspiring!

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  9. Super fun colors!! Love all your cards...

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  10. These cards are so cool! I love the use of color, something I don't usually do but should do more often!

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  11. Your flowers are beautiful. I love that they are paired with those great background. TFS

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  12. What bright, cool colors
    I especially like the ink blots

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  13. What bright, cool colors
    I especially like the ink blots

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  14. Amazing cards,loved them all.They are fabulous,colorful and creative.Love the second card a lot.

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  15. Great cards! Loving the colors!

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  16. great cars! love the paint splattered look! -tjigo

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  17. Love them all. The hippy vibe on the last one is so fun.

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  18. Your third card has the greatest colors. You did a great job on all three though.

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  19. All your cards are cute! My fav is the 2nd one with the color splashes :)

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  20. Your cards are soooo cute. Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,
    Dawn
    DesignsbyDragonfly.blogspot

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  21. Great set of cards, Brittany. Very colorful!

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  22. Love your bright fun flowers. Hugz

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  23. What nice cards with this fun kit. I like that big flower.

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  24. Wonderful cards, loving the circle sentiments! Thanks so much for being a part of the hop!

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  25. I am partial to the second card but wouldn't turn down ANY of them if offered to me. :) TFS!

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  26. Lovely cards. I like Card #2 the best ... love the splatters & colors used.

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  27. Great cards. So cheery with these colours.

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  28. What bright, happy cards. Well done.

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  29. Wow-I love these bright and fun cards!
    You got such great results from the Distress markers.
    I feel like I get more muted colors when I use mine.
    Awesome!

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