U is for Unicorns

Happy Saturday crafty people!  How is your weekend going?  I’m super excited today to share a card with you as a guest designer for the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers .  This is because they liked one of my previous cards (this link takes you to the winning card blog post)  and crowned me as Queen of Snark (what a fab title!)

2019 queen of snark badge

They have really fun challenges and I thoroughly recommend checking out the blog if you haven’t yet….. it might be addictive!  So today’s post is U for Unicorn.

I chose to use the Woodware Francois Read Unicorn Stamp and I heat embossed it in silver on white paper.


I wanted to give my unicorn a shimmery finish so I used some Cosmic Shimmer Pixie Powders which make a lovely paint when you add a little water to them.  I left the unidorn body white but used the Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen in clear to give him a shimmer.  Once he was dry I fussy cut him out.


I was going for a night sky look so I used navy cardstock and added a few stars (cut from mirror card and a scrap of left over paper that had some ink spray on it.  I then mounted it on a pink mirror card and added one of the sentiments from the same stamp set, heat embossed in silver on the navy card.


It’s always tricky to get a photo that shows shine and shimmer when it’s lying flat so I took another one on one of my shelves!


I hope that your day is also filled with unicorns and glitter, or if not maybe pizza and wine (that’s what I’m hoping for!).  Please let me know if you head on over to the Snarky Stampers blog, I’d love to check out your creations.

Crafty hugs

Jenny (AKA the Ginger Ninja!)


Pink and girly challenge

Hi crafty people, I hope you are all having a great day.

The current My Time to Craft Challenge prompt is for a pink and girly card!  Well I think this might just count!  I pulled out my Marianne Designs Eline’s Horse and Unicorn die set and a selection of pink card stocks!  I added some spotty paper and embossed a lilac circle with a pretty star embossing folder.  The cloud die is from the rainbow set from Elizabeth Craft Designs rainbow set.  I raised the middle cloud on some 3d pads to give a little dimension.


I hope that you like my pink and girly card, I really enjoyed making it!  Thanks so much for visiting the blog, I appreciate every comment and like so much.

Crafty hugs

Jenny (AKA the Ginger Ninja!) x