Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Growing in Unity - Day 2

My second day of being featured by Unity Stamp Company.  Make sure to leave me a comment so you can be eligible to win two Itty Bitty stamps of your choice.  How fun is that?

I love Unity stamps, and some of my favorites are those that are co-branded for Phyllis Harris.  I recently got into Copic markers, and her images are perfect for me to learn with.  Plus, there are 3 Golden Retrievers in my house so she and I think alike, LOL.  I love how her sweet images take me right back to childhood. 

I recently made 21 Phyllis Harris cards for a friend of mine.  It was the first time anyone had ever ordered cards from me and had me design them.  She told me which images she wanted, and that she wanted old fashioned papers and no bling or ribbons.  This is one of the cards I made for her.

The designer papers are October Afternoon.  The cardstock base is Carta Bella Kraft.  The image is colored with Copic markers. The stamp set is Unity's Make a Wish (Phyllis Harris).  I hope you like today's card.

32 comments:

  1. Sweet card and looks pretty simple to do.

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  2. I love that image....it could be used for so many purposes - Christmas (waiting for Santa), Valentines, general, thank you. Love love!!

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  3. Oh very sweet! Congrats on your custom order. What a great feeling!! :)

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  4. Congratulations on your card orders! I love the Phyllis Harris images too ~ great colouring job.

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  5. Awesome to see you being featured. Love the Phyllis Harris images .... always brings smiles and warm thoughts to your mind.

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  6. 21cards? Wow. That's a lot of unity goodness !

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  7. I LOVE that image stamp!!! Great card.

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  8. How fun to be able to design cards for your your friend! This card is so cute, I love that image!

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  9. The card is wonderful! I like that is CAS. :)

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  10. What a cute card, love the stamp, unity always has the best designs.

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  11. Phyllis Harris is my favorite stamp designer... PERIOD! her kids are cute without being fussy or cutsie, more realistic but still sweet. you card is very pretty :-)

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  12. julie, this is my favorite stamp of this particular collection.... love that boy!!!
    ava g

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  13. This image is so sweet! Great coloring!

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  14. So many possibilities with one of the cutest stamps I've seen! You did a wonderful job keeping it simple so the focus stays on the colored stamp! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us, hugs, Debra

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  15. This is a super cute stamp and what fun to color this one in. Love your card! tFS

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  16. Awww, so cute!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. What great coloring you did. I like how simple the card is, too.

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  18. Love this image--great coloring and papers.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  19. I love this stamp! I have this one and one called Forever friends that has the little girl and the dog. Very cute card!

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  20. Aww, this is such a cute card. Love the stamp!

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  21. Awww, this just grabs me! That image is so sweet and the card is adorable!

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  22. Your friend must have been thrilled with her finished cards! The one large card order I've had -- it was awhile before I could face using the one stamp again. :P This card is so classy.

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  23. I love that image. So sweet. I'm sure your friend was very happy with the cards you made!

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  24. Very sweet card- I imagine your friend loved them!

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  25. Sweet card! Great coloring! Love that adorable image!
    DeniseB

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  26. Again cute dog stamp, but where are the cats?

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  27. This is one of the sweetest! For some reason, I just really connect with that stamp! And you did a fab job on the coloring!

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  28. That is such a sweet image! Cute card.

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