Thank you SO much for all your wonderful comments on my posts the last three days, you really know how to make a girl feel loved :) And, I seriously can't believe how fast this week has been flying by - I can't believe it is already Day 4 of my GIU week!
I am switching up the projects a bit today and sharing how I incorporate my stamps and the sentiments into my scrapbook projects. I am usually a scrapbooker first, then a card maker - so I tend to buy stamps that relate to my life that I could use in my albums. But that's just another reason why I love Unity because the stamps can be used in a variety of projects and are not limited to just cards.
I used two different sets to help me embellish and document my sister's 35th birthday party, I used How's it Rollin' and So Glad You Were Born. I colored both the roller skate and the cupcake with my Copics to match my paper (which is from Paper Loft).
The sentiments from the So Glad You Were Born stamp set were perfect for this layout, I just loved how sweet they were. I dressed up the cursive birthday by tracing it with the same glitter pen I used for the frosting on the cupcake...just to give it a little sparkle.
The roller skates were so fun to color - and perfect to document the roller skating party we had (and was hard to get pictures of because I was more worried about trying not to fall, ha ha). But it added a nice touch to the layout, and was popped up with a little foam tape for dimension. The stamps just really added so much more character to my pages!
Thank you again for stopping by visit my blog. I hope I've inspired you in one way or another!
Be sure to stop by one more time tomorrow...at the end of this week I get to select 2 people randomly from my comments to win a 25 stamp grab bag from Unity...and it's not too late to visit my previous posts to leave a comment if you haven't visited yet, so don't forget:
And, for additional chances to win, please don't forget to stop by Edelmira Rivera's blog this week too, she's a new Growing in Unity gal and has some amazing projects to share as well!
Have a wonderful Thursday!