Family Forever

Have I mentioned how much I adore Simple Stories and Unity Stamps...Especially when you put them together...So fun! I first got hooked on Unity with their beautiful collaboration with Webster's Pages (my first love!)...Then I realized that Unity acutally collaborates with many of the hottest scrappy manufacturers to create stamps that coordinate perfectly with all the awesome paper that I love!

Now I am afraid that I must have every Unity stamp I can get my hands on! 
That is the only trouble with discovering awesome new scrappy product...I need to seriously consider renting a storage unit for all the yummies that I am contemplating adding to my scrappy stash...Someone please stop me!!!

Anywho! Time to stop rambling and show ya some pics! 
Here is a card created with Simple Stories Baby Steps paper and my newly-adopted, Unity Stamps!

Oh how I love that family stamp, the doily stamp, the always & forever stamp...

AND...I love that paper! The soft baby colors are so adorable!

Close up of the vintage crinkled ribbon and a teensy Maya Road vintage pin...

I just had to show off the stamps again! lol

And, before I go....I have been wanting to share this with you for SO long!!!!
My class will be debuting on September 10th, at Miss Art's Paper Crafting School!!!!
I am soooooooooo excited!

It will be getting added to this list right away! 
If you cannot wait to see it on the site, check out this awesome video!!! 

And just to give you a little tease (I know - I am terrible!) I'll leave you with a couple of sneak peeks!

Happy weekend!!!



  1. Such a beautiful card! I really love your work. I am a member of Miss Arts Paper craft school and really looking forward to your class.

  2. Gorgeous! I am a huge fan of Simple Stories too. I only found it a week or so ago in my LSS and I am addicted already :)

  3. I so love your creations, they are truly beautiful!

  4. My goodness....You are incredibly TALENTED!!! I love your shabby chic style, and would love to follow your blog. Can you please tell me how to do that?
    Barb G.

  5. I love how this turned out Ivana! I'll be playing with these stamps a lot!!! Marilyn


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