Saturday, February 8, 2014

Introducing: Uniko Studio Explosion!

This month Uniko Studio are having a new release of some great stamp sets and as usual Beverly and the design team are introducing the new sets by showing you some projects made with these sets. Today we are introducing the first of three new stamp sets and this one is called Explosion! 
And for all of you who love comic books and Pop Art , you'll probably love this set.

Be sure to check out the Uniko Studio Blog for more inspiration. And don't forget that over the next few days up until Release Day Beverly will be picking some random lucky winners for prizes! There are lots of ways to be in the chance of being picked a winner, following & commenting here on the blog, the other DT & Guest Designer Blogs and of course the Uniko Studio Blog. Winners will be announced on the blog Feb 11th before the Release & Reveal post.







Be sure to check out the rest of the DT cards using this stamp set.

12 comments:

  1. Awesome card!! I love how you used the explosions for a love card!!

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  2. Great card. Like the touches of sparkle.

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  3. What a fun card to showcase the new Uniko release! The sparkling explosions of love...delightful!
    c

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  4. Loving the paper of created, a totally different look for that stamp!

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  5. Hey a complete contrast to Beverley's card - still ultra striking and colourful but love the added glittery touches. x

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  6. Great idea doing it in girly pink. What a fab idea.

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  7. Striking card! Looks good on pink.

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  8. Love the pink background - just shows how versatile this stamp is!

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  9. This is great, such a different feel to Bev's card yet just as striking. Love it :)

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  10. I love this! Such a great card!!

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  11. What a great way to use this for a girl card.

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  12. I would never have thought to use this set on a pink love card...awesome idea!

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