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Unity & My Sweet Petunia Hop

Hello my lovely friends! 

Welcome to the Unity & My Sweet Petunia Co Hop!! 



We have lots of lovely new releases to share with you today. 

So lets get started. 

Say hello to this cute wee mouse.  I just love him or her! 

I used the stamp tool to create the background for my card. 


Next up is this cute girl!

I LOVE her coat! I want one ha! 



Then moving on to my festive floral card.

The poinsettia stamp made a great focal point for that barn wall background. 


Next up is this cute girl in her Santa outfit. She is totally adorable!


Last but not least this wee mouse is all done in blue.

Just for something a wee bit different a no colouring card! 


I hope you enjoyed seeing my projects. 

Enjoy the rest of the hop! 

Remember the hop list can be found on the Unity & the My Sweet Petunia blogs. 

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Mandi xox

Comments

  1. I love them all, but the Special Delivery is my favorite!!!

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  2. Love the barn wall with the poinsettia stamp. Also that red coat and hat are just gorgeous.

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  3. These are lovely!! I love how you used the mouse as a background stamp and focal image and the use of chunky thread/twine is perfect on the first two cards. I really enjoy your use of layers!

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  4. OMG what a gorgeous collection of cards - thanks for sharing:)

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  5. Your cards are so different! I love what you did with the poinsettia background - so unique. I also really love the Warm & Cozy Season stamp - it can be colored in so many different ways. Can’t live without the Misti! Total game changer! Thanks for sharing your talents!

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  6. Pretty cards. Love the different styles so everyone is inspired.

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  7. I love the new release. I love the new Angiegirl and want a coat like that too. lol. And I love the poinsettia with the barn wall background. Great idea. I love your coloring and designs. Just amazing cards. Happy Holidays!

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  8. Omg!!! love all of them...but I especially like your sample with the mouse stamped as the background....love it

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  9. I have seen stamps used for the background and the main image, but wouldn't have thought of doing it with that mouse. It really works well and is so cute. I also like the poinsettia hanging on the barn wall and think lots of things would look great hanging on that wall.

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  10. All wonderful cards! I love the backgrounds you put together, so creative. 😊

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  11. That turquoise card with the mouse is stunning!!

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  12. Great job with all of them. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. Such fantastic cards. The mouse is so cute.
    Thanks for sharing

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  14. Great cards! Thank you for sharing.

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  15. Awesome cards. I love the new releases from Unity.

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  16. Omigosh! What a great way to showcase the new images! LOVE everything about your projects!! :)

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  17. Your cards are stunning! and that lil mouse is awesome I love how you used it to make a background but then you went and did the teal and white card and it that stamp a whole different feel..does that make any sense? lol thank you for the wonderful inspiration!

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  18. Such a lovely range of projects you've shared today that beautifully showcase these new products. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  19. Wow! A whole line-up of gorgeous inspiration! I especially like the backgrounds you created for each card! So unique and beautiful!

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  20. I love all of these! Just beautiful!

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  21. WOW I am speechless! So many gorgeous cards! I can't decide which one I like the best! They are all so amazing! Your coloring is absolutely beautiful too!

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  22. All your cards are beautiful but I especially like how you created a background using the mouse stamp. Love them all!

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  23. I love all of your cards! The mouse and the girls are all fantastic!

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  24. Love the background on pointsetta card

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  25. Lots of fun and creative ways to use stamps. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. I love all of your cards but my favorite has to be the poinsettia. Such a beautiful card. Patti La Bombard

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  27. I love the no coloring card. I love the red wood background for Christmas. I especially love the mouse background for the mouse stamp!

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  28. Thanks for sharing all of these wonderful projects.

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  29. What fun cards ! Love them all!!

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  30. Cute girl in her Santa outfit! Love the way that card turned out. Also, you do white very well. It can be very difficult to just leave white - White! In fact I can't do it. lol
    Love all of your cards - thanks for the inspiration!

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  31. Love the poinsettia one with that background. Amazing.

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  32. Fabulous cards! Beautiful designs, layers and amazing backgrounds.

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