Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Nautical Circles...

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We're back and ready for Day 4 of the Uniko Studio sneaky peeks of the April release. Remember: new products will be available to purchase from April 11th! :)

Today some of the Uniko Studio DT are giving a sneaky peek of two new products: a fab stamp set called, 'Round in Circles' and a coordinating digital paper pack also called, 'Round in Circles'. Both features lots of cool, graphic circles/borders and that will compliment all styles of cardmaking!

For my project today, I've played with the stamp set. You'll be spoilt for choice over which stamp to ink up first, but I decided to jump on the nautical bandwagon and play with the striped circle along with navy ink. I then die cut a letter out of each circle, and then used some scraps from my Day 2 project (From the new On the Grid Digital Paper Collection) for the apertures. I then recycled even more scraps using the coral scraps for a heart embellishment, (created using a paper punch and covering it in Glossy Accents) and added a strip down the side of the card to balance the design.

tips and tricks
  • When stamping a row of circles (or any other shape!) start with the central part first to ensure your design stays central and fits!
  • Die cut each letter individually as the dies can slip you run them through your die cutting machine. It's much easier to keep an eye on one than three dies! If you find they wiggle too much, simply secure on the project using a Post-It note.
Now be sure to see what amazing creations some of the Uniko Studio DT have whipped up with this fun new set and digital paper collection.

Bev @ Uniko Studio   
Aimes - That's me! :)
Amber
Erika 
Nicki 
Ren-Yi 

Stacey
Taheerah (Guest DT)
 

And remember, that there are mystery prizes up for grabs from comments on the Uniko Studio blog and maybe even the Uniko Studio Facebook page too....!

Hope you can join me tomorrow as we introduce yet another fabulous new set to be released very, very soon! :) 

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16 comments:

frommycraftroom said...

Great card. Love the striped circles. Thanks.

Lynn said...

love this...especially the sweet little heart!

Maureen said...

love the way the colours keep my eye on the sentiment letters, Duchess. Could that little heart be any sweeter? I think not! ox

Miriam Prantner said...

Gorgeously clean and graphic. Love the light blue letters!

Lea L. said...

This is just fab!! LOVE that tiny little heart. Such a perfect addition!

Taheerah (*LittleMissT*) said...

Aimes, this is just perfect!! I *love* the colours, and such a great idea for the striped circle!! I love how we have all created such different cards with this set - just shows how versatile it really is!!

C Wu said...

love the stripes and negative.

Beverley said...

FAB! Love the nautical look which is SO on trend! Hadn't even thought of that connection for the striped circle!

Barb Murphy said...

I love the red and blue patterns...the paper and the circles. I love that little heart. Thanks too for your tips, I'm learnin'! :)

Stacey Schafer said...

what a cool creation, Amy!

Lillian Child said...

Nautical designs just rock my boat!!!

Jenny said...

OO they make my eyes go funny!! These stamps look so cool and I love how you've used them :0)
Jenny x

Get Crafty said...

Nautical style! We absolutely love it.

Gillian said...

this is fab, love the graphic style

Debby said...

Loving the nautical vibe Aimes!

Nicki S said...

WOW. PURE GENIUS. I am blown away by what you've done here! I just love your idea to die cut the letters from the circle stamps. I need to CASE this idea! Great work :)

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