Welcome to Robyn's Nest!!
It's time for another Friends of Unity blog hop!!
This month's cue, Paper Piecing!!
Before we get started, I'd like to announce the winner of the June hop!
That large feather image makes a beautiful focal point on your card and I love the bright colors that you used!
Please contact me at email@example.com
or on Fb messenger :) with your address!
I absolutely love to fussy cut, so what others find tedious, I find soothing...
...no, I'm serious!!
The very first time I ever saw paper piecing was actually in the Unity Show n Tell group!!
Can you guess who used it??
She is a past DT member who I became fast friends with..... :)
I have a huge giveaway for the right answer....
Your first clue is...She is from the UK
Your second clue is...She was the Queen of Paper Piecing, and used soft color pallets, and lots of gorgeous paper!
But, was only on the design team for a few years.
As Unity adjusts to all the changes, I was mistakenly sent 2 KOM's...contacting Unity, they said I could just do a giveaway with it...
I will put everyone with the right answer to my question into Random.org, and choose a winner to send the June 2020 KOM to!!
Good luck, everyone!!
For this months card, I chose Hip, hip, hooray
I was so thrilled with the size of this stamp!!!
She's no bigger than the Planner Girls are..perfect little stamp!
I used some pattern paper, and stamped the image into it. Then I heat embossed it in black, so I have a nice ridge to trim against, then I use my black Memento pen to go around the white edges, then glued it onto the full stamped image ...easy peasy, lemon squeezy!!!I used a few dies from Kat Scrappiness and enamel dots from Gina Marie
I used some purple seam binding to tie a belly band around the entire card :)
The paper pack is from Unity called Rainbow Vibes
Yes, her hair is purple 💜💜💜😉
(thought I'd give it a try)
I really love how this card turned out!!
Here are some extra pictures I took of the envelope.
Also sharing how I use that extra strip of paper I cut off the 6x6 piece.
Below are stickers for the envelope
I wanted to share with everyone that I have created a FB group to post my cards...here is the link if you'd like to join me. I hope you all do, as I will no longer share them to my personal FB...thanks for all your wonderful, caring words on my blog, and on FB, too
Be sure to comment on every blog in the hop, because there are more giveaways to be won!!!
Here's a link to the beginning of the Hop
Up next is
Stay safe & healthy
Inky Hugs, Robyn
Friends, please know that our hops are not sponsored. (Although, we know Unity Stamp Co. lovingly approves) Because your support is so valuable and so appreciated, prizes are given from the creators own private stash of Unity stamps.
Your card is packed full of rainbow goodness!😊 🌈. I love that you are using up your scraps making butterflies... I hope you will post what you do with those 😊.ReplyDelete
I use the butterfly stickers on the envelope closure or on the front left bottom corner, just to tie the inside flap together...
I'm so glad you asked
Thanks for commenting
Beautiful card, Robyn! I love the coordinating envelope and design continuing inside the card... really makes it amazing! And the purple hair is fantastic!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful card! I love the colors!ReplyDelete
So colorful! Perfect for a birthday card and I love your creative die cutting! My memory can't come up with that past design team member but I don't need a second KOTM. I hope someone knows the answer and enjoys the kit!ReplyDelete
Lovely card! I love rainbow color themes!ReplyDelete
Love the purple hair!ReplyDelete
My guess is Shannon Pavlovic Edwards
Sorry, Glennis ...wrong answerDelete
Thanks for commenting
Your card is so bright and festive, love the image and design. I'm too new to Unity to know any past design team members.ReplyDelete
Thank you :)Delete
It's ok..the other members are having their own giveaway :) you have a chance to win with them by commenting
Love paper piecing. And love to use it for clothes. Very well done.ReplyDelete
Love the piercing
and the purple
Carla from Utah
Oooh, I love her purple hair!! And all the rainbow of color. Always makes me happy to look at. It's a pretty, feminine design and I love it. And you are so versatile with your scraps!! Love the butterflies and the envelope. I am guessing Shannon Pavlovic Edwards as the past DT member. She does A LOT of paper piecing and is so talented!!!ReplyDelete
Love the image you used and her paper pieced outfit! Very pretty card! I love paper piecing too... I have to agree that you were inspired by Shannon Pavlovic Edwards. What an awesome giveaway!ReplyDelete
I want this card soooooo bad! HAHA! You are so talented! I love how whymsical (sorry unsure of spelling? HAHA!) looking it is!ReplyDelete
Sending it your way!!
So colorful and fun and those enamel dots seem to be colorful bubbles floating through the air. Birthdays are so fun, and this is a perfect BD card!ReplyDelete
Robyn, I love this card! It is so colorful, so fun! Love, love, love her purple hair! Just a very cool card.ReplyDelete
I like how you used coordinating paper for the paper piecing and the background. The enamel dots are a fantastic addition.ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing along for a chance to win the June KOTM from Unity...
Shannon Pavlovic Edwards is a wrong answer..Shannon is very talented, but she has never been on Unity's design team..Shannon was inspired by the past DT member, though
I'll give you a hint
The past DT member I'm talking about is from the UK
Good luck :)
I love it!!! It is pretty!!!ReplyDelete
Great card! Love the colors! I would love this card for my BD. Love the purple hair too!ReplyDelete
OH where to start girly! I love that girl, I must get her now! I love her purple hair and her groovy rainbow shirt. And more power to you to love fussy cutting...oh not my cup of tea, but I did discover a blade pen I used on my card and made it much easier to cut things out. I love that scalloped lace edge and all that wonderful rainbow paper. and on the envelope too with butterflies...girl...amazing! Just a beautiful card. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
So lovely! Andrea Murdock is your muse for paper piecing! Awesome! Thanks for sharing another wonderful pist!ReplyDelete
No, sorry, it's not Andrea, either, but keep guessing and thanks for playing alongDelete
Mandi from Scotland? :)Delete
No...but she does live in Scotland...oh you are SO close Linda!!Delete
I am going to have to concede defeat, but oh how I would have loved to claim the amazing prize. I did have fun stalking paper piecing on Unity related FB pages and blog posts, missed anyone else who it could be. Please do let us know... :)Delete
I love this card! The background cardstock and the purple hair help make this card awesome.ReplyDelete
So beautiful!!!!!! I love the colors and her shirt! I am not sure who it is.... looking forward to learning whoReplyDelete
Beautiful! Very bright and cheery!ReplyDelete
Oooh, I just love her purple hair and pretty patterned top. The papers you used are so gorgeous and colorful and the decorated envelope makes it even more special.ReplyDelete
Not sure if we're supposed to email our guess to you or post here, so I emailed mine to you.ReplyDelete
LOVE your beautiful card and envelope. That paper pieced outfit coordinates perfectly with the card base and enamel dots. I find fussy cutting to be relaxing too, so I totally understand.
We have a winner, folks!!!ReplyDelete
Karen Ladd emailed me with the correct answer to my Unity Design Team question!!!
*****SHARON NETTLESHIP is the Queen of Paper Piecing!!!
So glad I got it right. Now I have a new stamp artist to follow in Sharon. Her mixed media pieces are just amazing.ReplyDelete
IKR! She is amazingly talentedDelete
This is beautiful!ReplyDelete
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Beautiful card, love her pp jumper. Aw thank you so much Robyn x I'm just getting back into the Angie images as you can get them in digi now. Congrats to the winner.ReplyDelete