Friday 20 November 2015

Uniko November Challenge


Today we are kicking off Uniko's November challenge which is Christmas with an optional twist of CAS.  Of course it gave me another chance to play with Uniko's latest fab release of festive stamps.

Here's my card:

I used the holly and ribbon image from the Jingles Bell set and masked a few of the little holly leaves to stamp the bells behind them.  I coloured the bells and ribbon in with pencils to give a soft look and then added two of the multi layer poinsettia flowers. I combined it with the bold sentiment from All Occasion Sentiments #4.

I have definitely gone with the optional CAS twist! 

Do check out the rest of the inspiration from the DT and also from our two amazing guest designers - the super talented Shona Chambers from Twine Around (she is the queen of CAS) and the fabulous Jen from The Other Fickle Pixie.

I hope you can join us for the last Uniko challenge of the year - if you are anything like me you still have plenty of Christmas cards to make :)

I will also link up at Simon's Wednesday Challenge where the theme is Christmas.

Thanks for stopping by,

Sarah x


  1. Oozing Class, style and elegance Sarah, Loving your clean and simple take!
    Perfect festive feel to your card. Sarah x

  2. Fabulous card Sarah and the colouring on the bells is superb. They really look 3D.

  3. beautiful card, Sarah - love it's CAS elegance!

  4. Beautifully CAS & those bells, so beautifully coloured. Stunning showcase of this set. Hugs Bev x

  5. Oh this is stunning - so perfectly CAS, so perfectly gorgeous! Love the pretty bells and poinsettia, they go perfectly with the bold sentiment. Fab! xxx

  6. So pretty, Sarah ... those shimmery bells are just lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

  7. Such an elegant and truly stunning Christmas card, Sarah!

  8. Love the composition and use of images, Sarah! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Christmas” Challenge!

  9. SO SO gorgeous! Love everything about this! Such great coloring on those bells :D

  10. Those bells are beautiful, Sarah, especially hanging from the holly and poinsettia.