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Hi everybody! Welcome back to Day 2, of my Growing in Unity week, that will be filled with fun and inspiring Unity projects using some of my favorite things I'm finding as I'm packing up my craft room, to move into my new house next month. But first, thank you so much for commenting. I am truly humbled by your kind words and support of my crafty adventures over the years. And if you're new here, welcome and I hope you continue to join us. And if you missed yesterday, no worries, just click "Day 1" above, comment, and follow along.
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Today's project is inspired by a southern tradition of slow sipping on your porch, which is something I can embrace (lol). So I made my card look like an Arnold Palmer southern drink, which is half tea and half lemonade. And if you know me, I like a splash of vodka in mine. (lol). What's your favorite beverage?
I used the "Happiness is Homemade" stamp set by the amazing Graciellie Design for Unity to create this fun card.
It's so great for many occasions.
Along with some of my favorite things I found while packing up my craft room like: Prismacolor pencils (the waxy kind) with Gamsol blending solution, Goosebumps clear texture spray, ink blending, and pattern paper scraps. Remember those?
Unity Stamps Products: Happiness is Homemade stamp set by Graciellie Design (Mason jar and sentiment tag). And Magnuson Custom Stamps helped me design my custom butterfly logo (Thank you, Nic & Angie Blom)
MISTI stamping tool; Ranger Ink Archival Ink-black; Prismacolor pencils (at Blick Art Supplies); Gamsol blending solution/kit (at Kat Scrappiness); Ranger Ink Distress Oxide Inks: Fossilized Amber and Dried Marigold; Picket Fence Blending Brushes; Goosebumps clear texture spray (on Amazon) or Glossy Accents will work too; BoBunny Double Dot Vintage pattern paper scraps; Papertrey Ink 110lb white Cardstock; Fiskars small corner rounder punch; Cutterbee Scissors; Adhesive glitter enamel dot embellishment; and Scor-Pal - Scor-Tape 1/2" (tear tape adhesive)
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Growing in Unity Week. I hope I've inspired you
to try Prismacolor pencils with Gamsol blending
and use up those scraps!
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See ya tomorrow!
Have a happy & crafty June!
xoxo ~ Kim
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