GIU – day 1

Hello there and welcome to my Growing in Unity (GIU) week! If you follow my blog at all, you already know how much I love my Unity. πŸ™‚ This week is super busy for me, so I appreciate you stopping in to see my creations. With my two girls having birthdays before Christmas, the Christmas season gets pretty crazy around here; not counting that darn Elf on the Shelf that I have to move every night to a new spot!

Unity will be giving away two Itty Bitty’s of the winner’s choice to a random commenter on my blog this week, so don’t forget to come back every day and leave a comment! If you don’t already follow me, I’d love to have you begin. Just click over to the right —>

I went to a stamping class last week and we made a card that I didn’t totally love, but I really liked the layout of the card. So I came home and CASE’d the sketch. πŸ™‚ I’d link the original card, but it wasn’t blogged and I don’t have permission to share it.

Unity KOM Dec. 2011
My Mind’s Eye Stella & Rose dp; Gina K cardstock
Inks: SU not quite navy, more mustard, TH antique line

I send a lot of cards to Operation Write Home. Β This is one for the OWH box; I have been really trying hard to make as many masculine cards as I do feminine cards – and that’s tough for me!

Thanks for visiting me! Be sure to come back tomorrow! πŸ™‚


20 thoughts on “GIU – day 1

  1. What a terrific card especially with that sentiment. You hit the nail on the head with the masculine card and for OWH to boot! Good going, Jen. Good luck with all that's going on this week.

  2. I love how you repeated the eyeglasses stamp. I forget to do that! The colors on this card are great and the sentiment is so perfect for our heroes to send home. Enjoy your GIU week!

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