Monday, October 27, 2014

Growing in Unity - Day 1


Hi friends! Today i'm so happy and excited to inform that i'm the 'Growing in Unity' girl this week!
I will be sharing my projects and artworks using Unity stamps from today till Friday!
If you are new to Unity Stamp, kindly please spend some time to check out their website/ blog as Unity offered bundles of beautiful stamps for sales.

Back to my GIU day 1 project, know that some of you started to prepare Christmas Cards/ Christmas Presents, I would like to share my hand made Christmas coaster by using Unity Stamps. This is very simple and quick, all you need is: recycle card stock, foam (optional), glue, marker pen/color pencil, water proof coating, and Unity Stamps.

Below's picture are the recycle card stock and foam, i die cut the circle with my big shot machine.


The process of making the coaster is not difficult, all you need to do is stamp the image on the white card stock, die cut it, and colored the image. After you have done your coloring, you need to glue few foam/ card stock together to ensure the coaster have some thickness. For the lever of thickness, it depends on individual preference. For mine coaster, each coaster is about 3 mm thick.



This is my first set of coaster. 
I'm using the Roly Poly Winter Joy and Warm Winter Comforts from Unity Itty Bitty. I colored all the coasters with Fine Color Markers and i do add some Stickles as touch up to the coaster.


My another set for the coaster is using Birdies Hugs Mistletoe Itty Bitty and Christmas Eve Chowder kit. After the image being stick on the coaster, please remember to apply a top coat/ water proof coating on your coaster to protect your images.


Don't you think this is so simple yet it's very cute Christmas presents? 
That's all for today sharing, hope you enjoy my project today. I shall see you by tomorrow for my day 2 sharing.
Please leave me a comment or thought as i will pick a lucky person from all the comments left in the 5 days, he/she will receive 2 Itty Bitty stamps of their choice!
So, please don't forget to comments now! Good Luck!

21 comments:

  1. Great idea, they are cute. This has given me a great idea for my Year 5 class to make, thanks.

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  2. this is such a great idea!! lovely!! and nice coloring!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  3. These would make a perfect gift( for myself! ) cute!!

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  4. Love your coasters,fab idea.xxx

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  5. Beautiful! What a great gift idea! Congrats on being this weeks GIU gal! Looking forward to a fun week.

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  6. Really cute coasters! Love the fun Unity stamps you used! Congrats on your GIU week... looking forward to checking out your posts each day!

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  7. The coasters are wonderful. What a really great idea. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  8. Hi Rebecca. These are really CUTE winter scene coasters. Great to see you giu projects. :)

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  9. Wow, your coloring skills are amazing! These are beautiful!

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  10. Have a wonderful week as the GIU week. Great winter coasters. Love this idea.

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  11. What cute and festive coasters!

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  12. Adorable! What a great gift idea!!

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  13. Congrats on being GIU gal Rebecca! These coasters are super cute and whoever gets them, will be very lucky!

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  14. These are really fun. What a cute, fun, fabulous idea. Hugz

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  15. What a wonderful idea, would be perfect for a gift for my mom.

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  16. Love this idea! Awesome present to go with Christmas morning coffee/cocoa/cider...I can personalize them to! Happiness!

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  17. Good job, and it is that time of year to get ready.

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  18. I would not have thought of making coasters! What a great idea! Your winter coasters are so cute. This idea would be great for other holidays, friends, etc.

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  19. OMG what an amazing idea! I love them all!!

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