Friday, May 30, 2014

Growing In Unity :: Day 5 - Thanks Card

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Welcome to the final day of my week as the Growing In Unity gal!

It's been a wonderful week and I am so thankful for each of you that have stopped by to check out and comment on each of my projects using Unity Stamp Company stamps. If you haven't already, be sure to go back and comment on all five of my Growing In Unity posts this week if you want a chance to win some free stamps!

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For my final project, I wanted to take a moment to say THANK YOU for visiting me each day this week.
What better way to say thank you, than with a card?

Thanks for stopping by today (and every day this week!) - and don't forget to leave a comment so you can be entered to win!

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From the comments that are left on each of my posts this week I will be randomly choosing someone to win any two Itty Bittys (winner's choice!) from Unity Stamp Company - to be sent to a domestic address only, please.

{I will be announcing the winner of this giveaway on Friday, June 6th.
Be Sure to check back!}
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink (Rustic White);
Other Paper: Papertrey Ink (Vellum);
Stencil: Heidi Swapp (HS01148);
Stamps: Unity Stamp Company (Sentiments O’Simple - sentiment, Wood Grain Script);
Ink: Ranger (Archival - Jet Black); Tsukineko (VersaMagic Chalk - Sahara Sand, Jumbo Java, Aloe Vera, Tea Leaves, Persimmon, Pink Grapefruit, Perfect Plumeria);
Tools: Fiskars (Scissors, Paper Trimmer); ScorPal (Scoring Board);


  1. Was very happy to visit for your GIU week. This is another nice creation. I like the little bits of print in this image. Sweet.

  2. Beautiful thank you card! LOVE the soft feel!!!

  3. Lovely, hazy feel and look to this one!

  4. Beautiful thank you card! Love the softness of it! Thanks for a wonderful GIU week! Had lots of fun visiting your blog!

  5. This is lovely, Tifany. Thanks for sharing with us during your GIU week!

  6. Aww, what a sweet final card. I love the vellum. I know I came in late on this one (as I often do with the GIU gals!), but I've loved seeing all your projects! :)

  7. I always love your projects and this week's cards are fabulous. Already a fan of yours as well! The soft colors of this card make it perfect for just about anyone.

  8. Wonderful card and week in fact! I really love how you softened the image with vellum!

  9. Beautiful card! I love the softness the layer of vellum gives! It was a very fun GIU week. I enjoyed all of your projects!

  10. Love the look that vellum gives this card. Just beautiful. Sad to see your week come to an end. I already follow you in every way, shape and fashion!

  11. Beautiful thank you card Tifany. Thank you for all of your inspiration this week!

  12. What a soft looking card. The printed branches add so much to it!

  13. That newsprint design on the leaves makes for such an artsy project! Very pretty!

  14. Your bird is so sweet. Thanks for an inspiring week of projects.

  15. Love your sweet and pretty card. Bird images are some of my favorites!

  16. Love how you did that with the vellum. Very neat effect!

  17. Such a lovely design with the soft look . Love the vellum and the texture of the writing on the branches, cool effect!!!

  18. What a beautiful card! Thank you so much for a fun and enlightening week!!

    Amy E.

  19. Beautiful thank you card and thank you for sharing your creativity with us.

  20. Beautiful card. Love the soft colours too.


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