Growing In Unity Blog Hop

One of the fun things about spending a week being the Growing in Unity Girl, is the fun blog hop that comes along later! All of the Unity Gals from May and June have all joined together today to show off Unity Stamp Co’s newest Stamp Of the Week, Pumpkin Greetings.

I started my card by using one of my favorite things, Elizabeth Crafts Glitter Ritz.  It’s a transparent glitter (although it comes in colors too) that you can stamp and color on without covering up the sparkle!  I did a tutorial a while back on how to use it that you can find right HERE.  Once my white cardstock was covered in glitter, I used the adorable Unity Pumpkin Greetings stamp set and Tuxedo Black Memento Ink to stamp my image.  Next, I used my Bic Mark-Its to color my image.  Any alcohol markers will work, but since I’m all about saving money, I love my inexpensive Bics!

Once my image was finished, I decided to fussy-cut some cute little leaves from a remnant of scrapbook paper I had in my stash.  I randomly “sprinkled” the leaves onto my image and then glued them down with Zip Dry adhesive.  I mounted my image on two different patterned cardstock sheets and then finished it off with some natural jute.

Here’s a list of the supplies I’ve used for this project:
Elizabeth Craft Designs Microfine Glitter

Scor-Pal Tape, 2.5 by 27-Yard

White Cardstock

Memento Ink, Tuxedo Black

Advanced Tape Glider

Zip Dry Glue

BIC Mark-Its 36 Markers

Inkadinkado Clear Stamp Blocks

Jute Twine

I’m the end of the blog hop today, but in case you came across me by accident, (thank you!) below is the list of participants:

Dawn Fields
Miwa Lee
Paula Driver
Jennifer Loftfield
Amber Sheaves
Amy E.

Happy Scrapping!
~Amy E

*My post contains some affiliate links.  Please be assured these are all products I love or I would never recommend them to you!

Amy England

Creator of the Scrap This Save That blog and Youtube channel and curator of a ridiculous amount of paper crafting supplies!

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  1. ScrapYourWorld says:

    Hi Amy, I just love glitter, and this piece you did is stunning!! I'm going to check out your tutorial right now!! thanks for sharing with us today
    Paula Driver

  2. Crystal says:

    Very pretty card! I am going to have to check out that glitter technique.

  3. Scrappin' Diva says:

    Lovely card! Will have to check out your tutorial for the glitter. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Dawn Fields says:

    Amy, love what you did with the SOTW! Beautiful card!

  5. Sue D says:

    Lovely fall card. I like the random leaves and the glitter.

  6. Angeline Choo says:

    Awww how cute!! LOVE the glittery pumpkins and the colors.. Awesome!

  7. Iris says:

    Great card – love the background paper, the pumpkins and the twine.
    isoscia at aol dot com

  8. Miwa says:

    Beautiful card! So perfectly autumn-ish and love the touch of falling leaves! Fussy-cutting can be a real pain but it really does add something special to any project. 🙂

  9. michelegeorgern says:

    I love the sparkly glitter! Thank you for resharing your video.

  10. WhoMom says:

    Love it! We never outgrow glitter, do we. The paper and jute are wonderful with this image. Very pretty.

  11. michelegeorgern says:

    Silly autocorrect…it's supposed to say tutorial, not video.

  12. Donna K says:

    What a beautiful, sparkly creation! Love this design and I also love that you took time out to fussy cut all of those charming leaves too!

  13. Houses Built of Cards says:

    Just lovely! The leaves are the perfect finishing touch!!!


  14. Migdalia says:

    LOVE the glittered cardstock!
    A Beautiful card! TFS
    Have a wonderful day my bloggie friend,
    *Crafting With Creative M*

  15. Paula-Scrap Addict says:

    Cute! Nice touches with the leaves & cord

  16. Karen (karey2005) says:

    Love the falling leaves – so darned fun 🙂

  17. An'Jenic G. says:

    Lovely card Amy. I love the glitter pumpkins!

  18. Julie Odil says:

    What a great idea to add glitter! Fantastic!

  19. Ruby says:

    Lovely fall card.

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