Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Growing in Unity - Day 2

Hello!
I'm Sharon and am your GIU Girl for the week. 
Today I'm sharing a combined fun set of cards. It seems that my friends and I are entering that next stage of life. A new decade. I know age is only a number, but geez, someday's that number feels really high and other days it is rather low.



The kits I used are:
Card bases are Recollection by Michael's
Paper is from a Retro stack from Echo Park
Ink is GKD Amalgam - jet black
Images colored in with Chameleon and Spectrum Noir Markers

I just love this kits! This little lady has some spunk!

I hope you enjoyed what I have to show you today. Please don't forget to leave a comment below. 
I will be choosing 2 winners at random at the end of the week for a little Unity Grab Bag of stamps.

54 comments:

  1. I love these cards. I have the stamps and have not had the time to use them yet, they are on my bucket list and it is getting longer and longer

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  2. Hello, I am Sharon, too! I love the lady in the purply pink dress. Great job. Oh, and I guess I am the lady on the bottom--I drive a Vespa around town when the weather is nice enough. People think I am "so brave"...more like not too bright. But it is fun :)

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    1. Thank you so much! And you have a really great name!

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  3. This is a cute set of cards and while at the end of the 50's club, I am truly aware that it is just a number. These girls know how to live.

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  4. Really cute cards! I love these ladies!

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  5. These are all such adorable designs. Love how you colored her - she is sassy! Great papers, too.

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  6. Love these stamps! Your coloring and paper are both just stellar!

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  7. Super cute cards. I think I might look like her in about 20 years lol. Great day of inspiration.

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  8. Awesome old lady creations today! I love how you've. Looted her up in each one and great designer papers!

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  9. These are cool cards. Love that old lady. Hugz

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  10. AH!!! I LOVE THEM!Great sentiments and coloring!

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  11. This ladies are cute and fun to craft, you did an awesome job with them

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  12. I have one of these and am going to make a 50th birthday card. Thanks for the inspiration I love them and love the colors you used.

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    1. Thank you! I'd love to see yours when you're done.

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  13. Love how you paired the ladies with printed paper! She is adorable!

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  14. Oh Sooo cute! Love What you did with these stamps! Can't wait till I get to play with them. (Just arrived yeah!!!)

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  15. I love these! I soooo can relate! My mind sometimes think I’m still young to do some things, but when I try, my body goes oh lord! What were you thinking?!

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  16. She just made me giggle out loud! These are so much fun

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  17. These old ladies kill my; they’re so cute and fun. You did a lovely job of these cards!😊

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  18. Sharon, these are so cute. Great job.

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  19. I love these little old ladies! These cards are so fun!

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  20. those little ole ladies look like so much fun! fun cards!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  21. These are so fun--I like your choice of papers.

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  22. Love these fun stamps!
    I know what you mean... had to squat down to clean up a mess on the floor today (the cat barfed!) and I wondered if I was gonna get back up!

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  23. Those little old ladies crack me up! They are just so adorable!

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