Saturday, April 2, 2022

Friends of Unity April 2022

  
Hey there, welcome to Robyn's Nest!!!
WOW!! Is this year flying by for you as fast as it is for me??? 
             Let's get to my huge giveaway!!!
I am filling a flat rate bubble envelope for my giveaway this month, and the winner is.....
KAREN LADD!!!!
Karen said...
 

The first card reminds me of my middle granddaughter so much and I had to laugh at your comment about the ink blending looking like she was having fun in the dirt. Live it up anyway you want!

 

CONGRATULATIONS KAREN

Please send me you address in an email to 

robyn6420@aol.com, and I will PM you with a tracking number

 


I am next to the last stop in the Friends of Unity Blog Hop!!
So I know you're tired and ready to make me a wonderful comment!! LOL😁
I won't keep you here long, I promise!!
Let's get right to my first card
My first card is from the Kit of the month May 2020 called {beginning of anything}
Gorgeous kit!!
When I saw the tulips, I thought to myself, "I'll be water coloring this for sure"
In real life, the tulips are a deeper color, but for staging purposes, I had to lighten the photo.
I sent this pretty thing to my bestie in Georgia, Gwen ...she is the quintessential "Southern Belle" and she's sweeter than sweet tea!!!!   
here's a little close up, so you can see the clear drops I used, as well..
Just a little peek at the pattern paper here :)

Next up, is this fun card, where the pattern paper takes center stage!!
I absolutely love this fun piece of paper from 
P13 called The Garden of Books 
For the image, it's from KOM for January 2022..link below
 
For my last card, I grabbed a random sheet of pattern paper...I stamped the butterfly onto vellum using Versafine, Vintage Sepia, and heat embossed with clear...then, I fussy cut it out, and popped that bad boy up with an pop dot!! LOL 
SUPER easy card

Well, I hope you have gotten so much inspiration for this months cue!!!
If you do make a card inspired by us, please tag one of the team when you share on social media, ok!!!

 
Sorry about these photos...I have had a few lighting issues and cannot seem to get it just right...I welcome ANY suggestions~ I have 4 Ott lights, and 4 LED lights and Not one of those are working out for me, so far...and I have a light box, but I'm not that crazy about it because of the square photos we have to take for social media to not edit them....thanks in advance!!
 
Up next is my teamie, Dawn Fields~ click the link below
 
If you need to start from the beginning, please click the link below 
 Crystal Minkler link to the beginning
 
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.  
 







 

23 comments:

  1. Your cards are just lovely, Robyn! I so enjoy seeing all your creations.

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  2. Fabulous cards! I
    love how you framed
    part of the bookcase
    in the second card.
    Happy Spring!
    Carla from Arizona

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  3. Beautiful Easter and flutterby card. The book card is super cute, perfect background making me looked all over for the cuppa coffee thinking that was you behind the stack. Tee hee, the little frame is a great accent. The lighting looks great to me because it is your inspiration and creations that shines so brightly and pretty every time. Happy spring! Annnnd Happy Easter.

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  4. Fabulous cards Robyn, I love using patterned paper too

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  5. All of your cards are beautiful, but I especially love the books one!!!

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  6. Wow, Robyn! Your tulip card is stunning!!! I love the pattern paper but the star are those watercolored tulips!! Your second card is so awesome... my inner book lover loves it so!! Oh, and your butterfly card is gorgeous... love, love, love!!!!

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  7. I love the vintage color scheme

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  8. Pretty, pretty, pretty! Love the pink & yellow color combo; love the vellum butterfly! And all those books - wow! Can you imagine a library like that?! lol

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  9. Each and every card is so awesome! The tulip card is gorgeous and your bright blossoms are so beautifully colored. I love the layers and the string in almost the middle is really great. The card with the pattern paper library scene is so much fun and I can seeing it go to so many people that love to read. The frame and the hearts are nice accents. The butterfly card on vellum is exquisite. The fluorish under is so flowing and the pattern floral paper is beautiful and so inviting.

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  10. Just emailed you Robyn,and am thrilled to be your lucky comment winner. Wow, these cards using patterned paper are wonderful, and your water coloring of the tulip image is gorgeous. Shows what just a little bit of layered patterned paper peeking through can add to the finished look. As an avid reader, your card with book background has me laughing. This would be my all-around dream to have that many books to choose from. Great inspiration!

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  11. These are all beautiful! I love tulips! I never thought of using pattern paper with a big butterfly, I like it!

    Linda Abel

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  12. How in the world can you make up a batch of cards that are all so different, and all beautiful? The tulips are heavenly, and the design with all the books made me giggle. Even my young daughters loved that one.

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  13. So beautiful!! All different in their own way but absolutely stunning at the same time!!

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  14. Pretty tulips and butterfly and love all the books.

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  15. Awesome cards! My favorite is the one with the beautiful tulips! I love the layering and colors!

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  16. Gorgeous cards, my friend! I love the patterns, designs, and stamps you chose. And the tulips are stunning! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  17. All of your cards are gorg - but I sure love the butterfly card the most! Those tulips are colored perfectly!

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  18. Your cards are gorgeous! Love how you colored the tulips, and that butterfly card is amazing. :)

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  19. Beautiful cards Robyn! Your coloring of the tulips is gorgeous! My photos can definitely use a face lift. I think yours are perfect.

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  20. You did an excellent job in pairing the pattern paper with your stamped images. I like all of them very much. Challenge accomplished!!

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  21. Wow Robyn you pulled out all the stops this month! Such amazing cards! I love the tulips but that book paper wth the book girl is just perfection! Thanks for inspiring me today!!

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