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Happy Birthday Unity Hop

        Hello my lovelies!!

Welcome to another Unity hop!!! 

The Birthday Unity hop :) 

Did you see all of those beautiful new stamps!!

There is an amazing 50% off site wide sale (apart from kit clubs).

I made my card with the freebie stamp that you will get once you spend $75.

It will not be available to purchase until after this sale.

You still have lots of time to shop if you have not already.

You can head right here to the Unity website!!

Remember to comment on all of our blogs to be in with a chance of winning some Unity!!

Enjoy the rest of the hop.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Mandi xox


  1. That is a super nice freebie set!

  2. Super cute card! I love the bright colors and rough edges :)

  3. I can't wait to get mine. Beautiful job

  4. Love the simplicity of this card. Love the distressed edges - So pretty:)

  5. very the distressing on all the layers

  6. Great layering - the shabby look
    is great.
    thanks for sharing.

  7. Beautiful coloring and I like the distressed layers.

  8. Love the colouring and distressed layers of paper and very sweet card!

  9. Love this! Now I know I need to get shopping:)

  10. I am loving the hop. So much inspiration. I of course had to have this stamp. My order shipped today .

  11. Pretty card. Love the distressed edges. Can't wait to get mine :-)

  12. Happiest of Birthdays to Unity! Love all your stamps and artists.

  13. I love the torn edges on the layers. Great job.

  14. Beautiful card! Happy birthday, Unity!

  15. I love your card! I love the torn edges. Unique effect!

  16. Yummy. Love those distressed layers. Hugz


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