Video Tutorial + New Release & Giveaway with Unity Stamp Co.

Hello friends! I’m so glad to be back with a video tutorial featuring a brand new rubber stamp release with Unity Stamp Co. I am SO excited to share what’s new today, so be sure to scroll to the very end of this post to see all the stamp kits available starting now over at Unity’s website.

Naturally Beautiful Rubber Stamp Kit

I’ve been sharing sneak peeks on social media –here and here– of today’s project. Today’s card is a fresh Summer design with lots of contrast, featuring these hand illustrated orange blossom branches, that I watercolored and fussy cut to create a frame around the glitter stenciled black background and sentiment.

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Watch the Video Tutorial

I’ve included the cardmaking process from start to finish on the video below… This card is basically a whole lot of watercoloring and a bold stenciled background mixed together for a eye catching final design. It wasn’t a complicated card to make at all… All the contrary, actually! The coloring process is so satisfying, with this botanical stamp and all the rest is quite simple. Click below to watch…

Main Supplies
Naturally Beautiful Rubber Stamp Kit
Amalgam Ink in Jet Black
Paul Rubens Watercolors
Canson Mixed Media Paper
1/2″ Purple Tape
TCW Swiss Dot Stencil
Glitz Glitter Gel in White
Deco Foil Stencil Pal
Gina K. Designs Premium Cardstock • Black Onyx
Gina K. Designs Foam Squares Black (320 squares)
Gina K. Designs Foam Tape Black 3/8 in x 12 ft
Westcott 6″ Titanium Precision Scissors – Violet
iCraft Ultra Bond Adhesive 2 fl oz

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Giveaway + Insta Hop

For a chance to win a $20 gift card to Unity’s rubber stamp shop, be sure to join our Instagram Hop happening right now! All you need to join is click here, and follow the hop from there! You could win 1 of the 5, $20 gift cards!!! So much fun!

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That’s all for now. Thanks so much for stopping by! Before you go, here’s a peek at all the new rubber stamp sets available now at Unity.

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Crafty wife and mom / Blogger / Stamp Designer / Lover of all things paper / Deco Foil addict. Find out more about my creative world at www.gracielliedesign.com

8 thoughts on “Video Tutorial + New Release & Giveaway with Unity Stamp Co.

  1. Gorgeous card and video tutorial and awesome new stamp sets.

    I have a question,
    I have a Samsung Laser printer and I have been printing on Canson Mixed Media paper, after reading your recommendation I had them on my wish list and my hubby gave them for my birthday.
    Now I am printing with them and I noticed that I had some light and darker speckles on to my paper.
    That is not a problem if I cut out the image but it is a problem if I want to keep the white of the paper as background.
    Do you also suffer from this or do you have an idea how I can solve this?

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    1. Hi! What’s happening it’s that the toner is probably stuck to the magnetic roll. To improve your printing, take out the toner from the printer and give it a couple of taps, to shake the toner a bit and then put it back in the printer. Next, order a print with a solid black image to see if the print improves. Hope this tip helps!

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      1. Thank you for your answer Gracie. The print itself, the image, is oké, but there are places where there should be no, on those places there are the light and darker speckles of ink.
        First I thought that around the digi image the background wasn’t clean but I had it with other prints also from differend companies.

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  2. Hello Graciellie,
    I just bought my first sets of digital stamps and I have a I Pad, I was wondering if you recommended a particular program to use. for example photo shop, or anything else, I like making A2 size cards.
    Thanks
    Rosi

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