Uniko Studio June Release – Introducing Flower Power #2

By Taheerah | 8th June 2013 | 10 Comments

Hi everyone! Happy Saturday!!

The Uniko Studio June Release is flying by! I can’t believe we’re on Day 5 already!!

Today I’m featuring the next in the series of a mini flower set that debuted last month – that’s right, we’re bringing you Flower Power #2!! I love this little series and this month’s bloom is super cute!!

I went for a a ‘gift tag’ style design for my card – one of those little cards that comes with a bunch of flowers was the thinking in my head:

I love how cute and pretty this is!

I started with a Stamper’s Select White card base and flicked on some Icicle Glimmer Glaze. I then stamped the flower head twice onto a separate piece of cardstock using A:Muse Shell ink. I trimmed both out but cut apart the petals on one version. I curled the petals with my fingers then adhered into place using Pinflair Glue Gel. I added a sequin to act as a pretty flower centre!

Next I die cut a tag from cardstock using the Avery Elle Simply Tags: Everyday dies and stamped the stem using Versafine Onyx Black ink. I curled the tag and adhered it to my base using Pinflair, then adhered the flower head in the same way. To finish I stamped the sentiment. trimmed it out and curled it to resemble a banner, then adhered using Pinflair Glue Gel, the I was all done!

So what do you think? Are you in love big time?! You should be!! I really recommend checking out the Uniko blog where Bev is officially introducing the release every day – and also to the designers who are also showcasing this set! Make sure you comment on each of their gorgeous creations – they deserve it!!

I’d love to know what you think of today’s creation – I love it when you leave love! Thanks so much for stopping by – I hope to see you again tomorrow for the next day of the release!!

10 thoughts on “Uniko Studio June Release – Introducing Flower Power #2”

  1. Amazing!! I always seem to feel like I need to use color, color, color. So I love seeing how dramatic a card or tag can look with bold contrast a bit a color.

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