16 January 2021

Uniko Brand Ambassador Blog Hop - Hello Lovely

 Hi there

Today on the Uniko blog , the brand ambassadors are sharing cards made with the Hello lovely stamp 
set !

So hop over and keep hopping to take a look at the wonderful creations by my teammates. Comment on each one and stand a chance to win this set, or any other set worth the same amount if you are lucky enough to already own this!

Definitely one of my favorite Uniko stamp sets and I have a twofer to show you :)

I used :

  • Hello lovely stamp set
  • Sentiments-outlined stamp set
  • Heart die 
  • Pink glitter paper
  • Pink Promarker
  • Bow (cut with my Silhouette cameo)
  • Pearls and black rhinestones
  • Foam squares for dimension

I stamped the sentiment on the card base and colored it with a pink Promarker. I stamped the hello Lovely stamp twice on the upper card panel. I then die cut the heart from the stamped panel.  I used the same heart die to cut the heart from the glitter paper before I adhered the stamped panel on top of it.

After I made the first card , I was left with a beautiful heart that was partially stamped and didn't want to throw it away. So I used the same pink Promarker to color the background of the heart. I then stamped the sentiment from the hello lovely stamp set and adhered it to the card base using foam squares for dimension. I added a bow, cut with my Silhouette to finish off the card.

Remember to comment for a chance to win !

Thanks for visiting me today ❤



MortiCraft said...

Both beautiful cards in very different ways. I love the subtle touches of pink in the first card, but equally love the big splash of pink in your second card. X

Helen said...

Gorgeous cards, Hannelie! I love the clever design and getting an extra card is a wonderful bonus!! Thanks so much for sharing and the wonderful inspiration!! Take care! :)

Talitha said...

Oh, I just love both cards. Great use of the stamp set. Thanks.

Cheryl W said...

Love both your cards, but the second one with the pink heart is my favorite. I love the flowers peeking in around the edges of the heart. The contrast of the pink and the black/white is really eye-catching.