Sunday, May 15, 2011

Growing in Unity - Repost & Final Post Combined!

So, I was hoping that my Thurs post would come back up, I had 2 and now they are both in la la land and I can't even remember what I wrote! So, rather than try to do it ALL over again I'm going to combine what my Thurs GIU project with my final 2 GIU projects. I'm going to leave commenting open until tomorrow night before I pick a winner due to all the blogger issues and then not being home to put the posts up any earlier than today.

I was in a Christmasy mood with the weather here in Colorado so here are two Christmas cards I made using Unity Stamps:

This one uses Samantha Walker co brand Greeings of Christmas - it's a favorite of mine that I will definately be using more of for this years Christmas cards! I also had to pair it with one of my favorite papers Echo Park!

This card uses Websters Pages cobrand stamp Believe in Miracles - I love this set and I had to pair it with Websters Pages paper of course with WP Bloomers, too! :D The sentiment is from ippity set Season of Joy.

My last project is a birthday tag that I enjoy making. It's clean and simple for me. :D Will look great perched on top a present. It uses ippity set Just Wanted to Say - one of my go to sets for sentiments of all occasions!

So that's it for my Growing in Unity week. It stinks that it was interrupted by blogger but hey, that's how it goes. I for one, haven't had issues with blogger prior to this incident and it's free so I'm not going to complain. ;) I hope you will take time to comment on this and all my GIU threads this week with you can find HERE. Look for the winner's post here on Tuesday!


Anonymous said...

Beautiful Christmas Cards!! Love your birthday tag!! Thanks for sharing your creations this week in GIU!! Very inspiring!

amanda stokes said...

Hi Carisa,
Three fab cards,love your style :) xx

Jessica Fitzgerald (aka MommaJess) said...

Carisa these are all amazing. All 3 are so different but yet they are all so you.

Carol said...

Another three amazing cards! I have enjoyed your GIU Week, thanks for all the inspiration.

Carol B

Gwen said...

Thanks for reposting all your projects...they are all so pretty. I love the shape of the tag on your second card, the colors are so rich. Thanks for GIU week!

Denise Bryant said...

Glad you reposted your creations! I love seeing the Christmas cards, as it's good to be thinking of ideas all year long. Gets a bit too hectic for me to do last-minute planning, as I normally do! It was a fun week checking out your blog. Blogger did get things a bit mixed up though, but it all worked out.