Uniko Studio June 2014 Release – Introducing Paradise: Hummingbird

By Taheerah | 10th June 2014 | 14 Comments

Hi everyone! Happy Monday!

Today is the fourth day of Introductory posts for the Uniko Studio release!! Woo hoo!!

This month’s release is definitely chock-full of awesomeness and versatility!! Today I’m introducing a quirky set that you’re bound to love: Paradise – Hummingbird!

This gorgeous set features the most striking graphic hummingbird image, and some sentiments in a fabulous font! Love!!

Here’s what I came up with:

What do you think? Cute huh?

I started by stamping my bird on a panel of Pure White cardstock using Versafine Onyx Black ink then used Distress Markers to watercolour a little splash of colour! I also added some delicate splatter – it may not look like much but it’s such a great little detail! I also wet one edge of the panel and roughed and pulled at the edges slightly to give it the look of watercolour paper!

I adhered the panel to my card base using Pinflair Glue Gel. I wanted to evoke a ‘notecard’ kinda feel so I adhered a panel of patterned paper from the My Mind’s Eye Up & Away collection to create a funky stationery look!

So what do you think? Are you loving so far?! 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!!

14 thoughts on “Uniko Studio June 2014 Release – Introducing Paradise: Hummingbird”

  1. Love the way the hummingbird takes the main role in this card. Love the graphic style with soft colours and the fact that you didn't add a sentiment. I definitely have to pay more attention to these stamps…

  2. Loving your use of water colours. The border is perfect, in fact the edge peeping on the righthand side actually looks like birds flying.

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