Growing in Unity
Unity Stamp Company
Welcome my crafty friends.
Today is my final day for my GIU week.
I honestly am sad that it has already come to an end.
But I know I will be called upon again to have another week to share all my projects with you as a GUI girl.
I do want to give a big shout out to Unity and all the ladies there.
Thank you for asking me to create this week.
I has been a pleasure.
Thank you for your daily inspiration and your positive Support!
This week I have been sharing my projects with you using Unity Stamps.
Stay with me all week and be in the chance to be the 2 lucky commenters that is announced, 2 winners of 25 Random Stamps from Unity Stamp Company.
The more you comment.. The better your chance at getting selected. Comment every day and that gives you 5 chances to win.
As always make sure to check out their blog and Facebook page everyday. There is a new GIU Girl every week you can follow along with as well as plenty of fun things and inspiration happening on Unity's blog and Facebook page.
If you have not commented on my blog this week, please go back and see what I have been sharing and dont forget to comment as there is a chance to win some awesome goodies from Unity Stamp Company.
My creation today is something I have wanted to do for a while now and just haven't found the right time to do it.
Today I am using 2 stamps from Unity
"Marah Freedom" and "Dream big."
Here is my project.
I have adored Shadow box's ever since I was a little girl.
My parents had one hanging on the wall in our hallway and I used to just stand there and stare at it.
Taking in every aspect it shared.
I was one of those things that mesmerized me.
So I am happy to be sharing my very first one with you.
I started out by choosing, cutting, and attaching my papers to the back of the openings. Then I started stamping my images.
I stamped the wings on an old page from a book,
then added some tears and some distressed edges.
I used a wooden tag for the next stamp.
I colored it using Tim Holtz in black.
After it dried I stamped the butterflies in a pearl blue.
From there, It all just kinda flowed.
I dug in my stash to find anything I could use to put in the shadow box. It took me a while to finally place everything.
I moved little pieces around so many times so I could see how it would look with different shapes together.
The fun things about shadow box's are that it doesnt matter what you use. You can have a theme, for example I have seen a few all about sewing.
You can mix and match things.
Each space can tell its own story or just a part of one.
Anything, as long as it is small enough to fit can be placed in the spaces. Wether it is metal, wood, fabric, plastic etc.
Here is another close up
I do believe I may add some more goodies to this one as I relocate items that just fit.
I may even just start another one and leave this as is.
But there will be more.
I hope you too have or will get to try to create your own Shadow box one day.
Unity stamps: Marah Freedom by Marah Johnson and Unity &
Pattern papers: Glitz Design
Fancy Pants - The good life collection
Authentique - Lovely collection
- Hope collection
K & C Company: Brads
Industrial CHIC : Pendant
Creative Embellishments: Chipboards
Pebbles: clothes pin
7 gypies: Gypsy Cork Trading cards
And a lot of finds from my stash.
Thank you for stopping by.
Make sure you leave those comments.
Today is the last day and winners will be selected THIS WEEKEND.
If you missed any days make sure you go back and leave those comments on that days post.
And don't forget to check out the links below for Unity Stamp Company!!
There is always something going on over there.
Unity's wonderful blog Here.
Unity's Facebook Page Here
And there is always some sort of deal or sale going on for their awesome and amazing stamps. Check out their website often to catch those.
Unity's Website Here
And one more comment for all of YOU!! Thank you so much for all the sweet comments. You have no idea how much they mean to me. Thank you for those who have followed me recently as well as my long time followers.
All of you are AWESOME
APPRECIATED so much.