Unity’s FWF 9/13

If you are here for my Lone Wolf Designs post, showcasing Lawn Cuts by Lawn Fawn, please scroll down or click here. 

Hey there friends, time for another Friends with Flair Friday over at the Unity Stamp Co blog. I have gotten out of the habit of participating (boo!) and so here I am again. 🙂 

I have been trying to use up some of my partial 6×6 pads… because sadly, I seem to accumulate them faster than I can use them. I’m sure I’m the only one with multiplying paper. 

Anyhow. I LOVED this MME happy go lucky pad and I am sad to see it gone, but it was so much fun to create with. I loved the patterns and the bright colors!

This was a random stamp I received and I ADORE it. 🙂
Random ribbon from stash, Quickkutz heart dies. At this point I was only
running on smaller scrap pieces, yet this is probably my favorite card of
all that I made using up this pad!

And here are a few more. I used up all of my leftover Jililbean Soup epoxy buttons on these cards… the colors coordinated perfectly! The left bottom card uses a gorgeous Unity flower stamp. SO pretty!
Stamps via Unity Stamp Co, Paper Smooches, Ali edwards for Technique Tuesday.

And a handful more for good measure:
Stamps via Paper Smooches, Ali Edwards for TT, Lizzie Anne Designs.

Thanks for visiting me today! have a wonderful weekend!


23 thoughts on “Unity’s FWF 9/13

  1. Awesome job, Jen! Doesn't it just feel so good to use an entire pad up? Oh, and you are not the only one with multiplying paper. Mine stash seems to just grow and grow.

  2. Have to many 6×6 pads??? SHHHH…don't tell my hubby that!! Despite the fact that they are the ones giving me the most grief in organizing my craft room! 🙂

    Those are absolutely wonderful cards!

  3. Jen, these are wonderful! I love the idea of using up a pad. I could do that on, oh, maybe 100 of them. Yes, they multiply at my house, too! How far is Marshfield from Stevens Point? I'm in Point at a conference next Wed, Thurs, Fri. I'll be free Wed evening if you'd like to meet IRL! Supper is on ME!

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