Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Unity Day #4

Hello!

Before I start in on what I to show you today I just wanted to say thank you to each and everyone of you for the wonderful comments!

Ok so here we go with day 4, wow the time goes by fast. I had seen coasters made using tiles you would use in home improvement projects, and I thought I'd give it a try. So far, I'm still playing around with them to see what works best. Here's a photo of my most recent 3.





My Recipe:
(3) Tiles
(4) Unity Stamp Co. stamps-Bright & Merry Winter Wishes , June '09 KOTM , May '09 KOTM
(2) StazOn ink pads
(7) Markers

I had a hard time picking the right Unity stamp because they are all so adorable!

Here are individual photos of each tile.



On this tile I used the cute cherry vine box from the June '09 KOTM. I stamped it with Black StazOn ink and then added red and green around the cherries and leaves.



On the second tile I used the cute bird cages with quote from the May '09 KOTM. After stamping in black I used 5 pastels to color the bird cages.



For my last tile I used the snowflake and winter wonderland stamps from the Bright & Merry Winter Wishes set.

Make sure to check back tomorrow for my last day of Growing in Unity, as I will have a project for the kids that I've been working on!

8 comments:

jennifer mitten said...

Great project - I totally love those birdcage stamps so I might have to order that past KOTM. Thanks for sharing your great ideas!

Jenn said...

love the cherries best! :)

Cheri Howard said...

Oh, wow! Fantastic job! You've given me some great inspiration for a gift!

Lori said...

Great project! Do you seal your tiles after stamping? They look great! I especially love the one with the little birdcages. Thanks for sharing!

Emily said...

Love the birdcage one.:)

Bogner's said...

Wow, these are all amazing. I really like the snowflake one. I plan to make that stamp set mine very soon!

Ravengirl said...

These are cute and look fun to make!

StampinCathy said...

The coasters rock. Thanks for the inspiration.