Welcome to Day 3 of the Uniko Studio July 2019 New Release, where we're RE-introducing Nautical Treasures that pairs wonderfully with some new products: Background Block, Nautical Stripes and 2 new stencil designs, Anchors and Fleur De Lis.
I haven't dry-embossed stencils for ages, so decided to go this route with my trio of cards. Of course, photographing the impressions proved challenging, so...apologies for the 'darker' tones of my cards, but I wanted you to see how beautifully and easily these stencils (as do all Uniko stencils) make an imprint. A subtle impact that adds just a bit of 'something, something' to a background.
Nautical Treasures and the Anchors stencil here....
Nautical Stripes, Anchors stencil and a Simply Said sentiment here...
Nautical Stripes, Fleur-De-Lis stencil and another Simply Said sentiment here.
These make for wonderful masculine cards, especially for the sailing/boating guys in your life!
Now...turning you over to see what the rest of my fabulous team - and our guest designer, Keren Baker - have created. You'll be dazzled!
Guest Designer: Keren Baker
Hope you'll visit tomorrow for Day 3! It will be WILD!!
Thank you for dropping by!
I agree Carol, these stamps are perfect for the men in our lives, as are your fab cards!
I really like your use of tags to make these cards. It works well. x
These designs are perfect for masculine cards .... you've showcased them beautifully xx
Yep perfect for men and so is your use of tags to showcase them. Love!
Ooh. Fab collection! Love the stripey tags!! x
I often forget half or the possibilities I could practice! The dry embossing with stencild is one of them! It looks fabulous and is such an "impressive" way to stretch the use of a stencil! Thanks for this reminder Carol!
All three tag-cards look great!
Hugs and greetings from Wiebke
I really love these! And thanks for the reminder about using stencils to emboss. None of my sailboat stamps (yep, more than one...) are *accurate* enough for my husb, so he would love this!
I love your stencilled dry embossed backgrounds - the last time I saw you use this technique I had a go but failed miserably! Maybe you could do a DT post on it with detailed instructions ... wink wink! x
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