Wednesday, April 20, 2011

"All About the Birds" and how I store my Unity Stamps

Unity Stamp Co. Unity Challenge: For this month's challenge over at Unity Stamp we had to make a card or other stamped project that incorporates a bird or birds. How nice and Springy is that?! Below is the card that I made. It made me hope that Spring comes soon to Ohio. It's been VERY rainy here but you know what they say - "April showers bring May flowers" and if that's true - all of Ohio will be covered in flowers because it sure is raining. Hahaha. Below is the card's details. Thanks for checking out my blog and my card  =o)

Patterned paper: Basic Grey
Cardstock: Bazzill
Stamps: Unity Stamp Co. (Spring Unity set)
Border punch: Martha Stewert



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How I store my Unity stamps: We were asked over on the My Unity Place blog how we store our stamps. I got some WONDERFUL ideas from other members and also wanted to show off how I store mine that have no home of it's own. I also like to put my Kit of the Month stamps this way so that I can see them all in one place. It saves not only time, but space. I bought shinny 8.5x11 sheets of card-stock and the stamps stuck to it wonderfully. I then put them in normal sleeves and then in a binder. Works great. (and it only cost me $1.25 for eight sheets of shinny card-stock) Thanks for taking a look  =o)



7 comments:

  1. Great card for the Unity Challenge I love it! Also thanks for the great idea on how you store your stamps.

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  2. Soo cute I love this stamp!!!Thanks for playing along with us at Unity!!!

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  3. Very cute card! You are so creative! Thanks for playing along!! :)

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  4. Cuteness.. love your card and great storage advice..

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  5. Very pretty card!
    Thanks so much for playing with us!

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