Monday, November 30, 2009

Unity Stamp Company - Grateful for You!


Hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving!

Christian Paper Crafts DT's are finishing up a fantastic month of showing off their Unity Stamp creations. I invite you to check out the CPC site and their blogs to see what the gals have done with these fantastic stamps! I have my final two projects to share. Since it's the gift giving season I chose to do a customized gift bag as my first project today. The Unity stamp set is Simple Blessings and I love using it!


I've embossed the leaves gold onto the brown cardstock (Bazzill cardstock) tag that I've cut out to fit the bag. The gold sheen cardstock is from Paper Accents and I've used the EK Success corner rounder then stamped the swirl with olive Archival Ink from Ranger. The leaves and sentiment are gold embossed. (Ranger gold embossing powder)

Sorry the photo isn't the greatest. The gold paper is a gold sheen cardstock and I'm having trouble getting a good shot. If you look really close you might be able to see the red dots I've painted on with Claudine Hellmuth's Studio acrylic paint (Dab of Red). The adhesive backed ribbon is from g.c.d. Studios (Winter Wonderland)


My second project is this card which I've used the same stamps set. I love using the swirls with leaves. I've used my Prismacolor pencils (goldenrod, sienna brown) on a few of the leaves after stamping with Olive Archival Ink from Ranger. The cardstock is from Bazzill and the pattern paper is BoBunny. The large orange brads are from the Heidi Swapp line.

I've used the corner rounder from EK Success and added dimensionals behind the sentiment. Pretty clean and simple design! Thanks again to Angela Magnuson at Unity Stamp Co. for sponsoring Christian Paper Crafts this month!! Thanks for looking!! God bless!



  1. These are beautiful, Natalie. I love the swirls and those big brads are just the perfect additions.

  2. Great projects, Natalie! So pretty!

    Hey, if you check my blog I have a little tutorial up for using your watermark. Hope it helps!