Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Growing In Unity Day 3 Daisy Flowers

Today, I am sharing my project for Day 3 of my Growing In Unity week.  Today's GIU post is also featured on the Unity blog this week.

A little about me... My name is Gaylynn and I am from Florida.  I enjoy all kinds of paper crafting.  I found Unity Stamp Company a few years ago through a fellow cropping friend and have been hooked ever since.  I adore the versatile images, their quality and the friendly sharing which Unity offers.  I am excited to be showcasing my Unity creations Monday through Friday this week on my blog.  


Sentiment:  You are worth it all.

This was stamped with ColorBox gold, yellow and black ink and then heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  I added more yellow accents with a distress marker.

The daisy flowers and sentiment were done with a masking technique to get the look I wanted.  I just cut paper to fit over the stamped sections to preserve from overlapping during stamping.  Using repositional adhesive makes this step easier.  

To make the flowers pop, I used Copic markers to outline the edges in grey tones.

Here are photos of the steps along the way.


Supplies:  Unity Worth It All Sentiment Kit, ColorBox ink, clear embossing powder, Copic markers, distress marker, Misti, gold twine and PPP sequins.

Be sure to comment on each of my GIU posts this week for a chance to win a Unity prize.  
 Day 1 ~ Day 2 ~ Day 3 ~ Day 4 ~ Day 5 
I will announce two random winners Tuesday 5-31-16 here on my blog. (Unity is closed Monday for winner confirmation.).

Have a fabulous day.

52 comments:

  1. I love these daisies! Awesome coloring!

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  2. Pretty card. Beautifully coloured.

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  3. Oh, i love it. I so love daisies! Will have to look this set up!

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  4. Very pretty. I like how you used the grey marker around the daisies.

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  5. This is an absolutely fabulous creation! So fresh and happy and love the little gold twine to finish it off.

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  6. I love this card so much! I especially love the way you put the daisies over the French labels. So beautiful and romantic! The gold cord and the sequins really set it off. Perfect!

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  7. So fresh and pretty! The gray marker really does make the daisies pop! Unity always has a great sentiment for every occasion - it's one of the things I love about them.

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  8. Awesome that you embossed with clear. These are such happy flowers. Love your card Gaylynn!!

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  9. so fancy and perfect for Spring love it nice steps to follow.

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  10. so fancy and perfect for Spring love it nice steps to follow.

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  11. so fancy and perfect for Spring love it nice steps to follow.

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  12. Very pretty. Love the pop of color with the added yellow. TFS

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  13. This is really, really beautiful. Love this kit & have to put it on my wish list. :-)

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  14. My goodness this is absolutely the most gorgeous thing I've seen today. Sooo beautiful I just can't stop looking at it!

    Jeannie T.
    Dragonfly Journeys

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  15. Beautiful card. Yellow is my favorite color so this is so clean and appealing. Nice card.

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  16. I love that masking technique and you've done it brilliantly! The daisy really does pop off the page :)

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  17. I love it. Looks amazing great technique

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  18. Very pretty, Gaylynn. I love the sweet daisies.

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  19. Gorgeous card! Love the daisies!

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  20. Absolutely stunning. My late mom loved Daisies. She would love this card.

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  21. Gaylynn, I love this card; it's beautiful!

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  22. Gaylynn, I love this card; it's beautiful!

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  23. Love the simplicity of this, although it wasn't simple.

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  24. Love the simplicity of this, although it wasn't simple.

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  25. Oh, how cute the flowers look with the tiny butterflies..>!

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  26. Your Unity cards are so beautiful and the coloring is wonderfully done. I love the gray shading you added for a dimensional effect.

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  27. I LOVE this!! Coloring and shadowing is lovely!!

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  28. Wonderful, the coloring and the shading is perfect. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. oh my gosh, this is gorgeous! love what you did with the flowers and the shading. :)

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  30. Love these! Daisies have always been one of my favorite flowers. Awesome coloring too!

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  31. WOW. I love how you showed your steps. The center of those daisies just POP!!! almost 3d looking. Wonderful job Gaylynn.
    Paula Driver

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  32. Love this. So much detail but still CAS. Beautiful. Hugz

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  33. Love this. Thanks for the details!

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  34. You really made them pop! Awesome color job.

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  35. Daisies are my favorite flower. So I found this card awesome. Loved the sentiment too. Thanks for sharing your work.

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  36. Daisies are my favorite flower. So I found this card awesome. Loved the sentiment too. Thanks for sharing your work.

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  37. WOW... love these daisies! Fabulous shadowing work!

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  38. Love this it is my favorite flower and color.

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  39. Love this it is my favorite flower and color.

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  40. Wowsa! I love the daisies and the burst of yellow, this turned out beautiful!

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  41. Gay This card is stunning. The flowers look so real and are ready to pop off the page. You have showcased this image perfectly.

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  42. I've been watching your posts on FB this week and this one is my favorite. The flowers look like they are real and are going to pop off the page. I cannot stop looking at the center of the flowers. Love this! Thanks for sharing all of your pretty art.

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  43. Gorgeous week of creating. I loved them all. Just finally got a chance to look today❤️

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Thanks for visiting. :) Gaylynn