A very big Christmas card

Hello crafty friends! I hope you are having a good start to the weekend.

I’ve made a very long Christmas card that I struggled to get it all in the frame but here it is:

I’ve used lots of Uniquely creative stamps for this one:

Love you deerly stamp set

Christmas sentiments stamp set

Sloth pals stamp set

Polar pals stamp set

Eucalyptus forest die

I made the background using distress ink and ink blended the colours together. I then heat embossed white snowflakes and inked up the Eucalyptus forest die. After adhering the dies down I heat embossed the sentiment with gold embossing powder.

I then stamped and coloured all the images and adhered them to the card. For a bit of extra fun I added some thread and beads that the sloths are holding from the trees.

This card is made using a whole piece of A4 card folded lengthways so that’s why there’s lots of cute images on the card.

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Happy birthday beautiful


I have a sweet birthday sloth card up on the Uniquely creative blog. I had so much fun using the sloth pals stamp set!


Uniquely Creative Products Used

Sloth Pals stamp and die set, Sprinkles stencil, Stitching Rectangle Frame die, cut-apart sheet, Uniquely Creative Embellies

Other Products Used

Sequins, acetate, pigment ink, embossing powder

Colours Used

Copic Markers: E31, E43, E35, E23, E57, E39, R20, R22, R24


1: Stamp and colour the sloths and use the matching dies to cut them out.

2: Die cut a scalloped rectangle using the Stitching Rectangle Frame die set.

3: Using the stencil, apply pigment inks over your piece of card.

4: Turn this piece over and adhere some acetate. Once dry, go around the sides of the die cut window with foam tape. Fill up the rectangle with sequins and adhere some white card onto the back. Turn this over and adhere your shaker front onto the card base.

5: Adhere the sloths onto your card.

6: Emboss the Happy Birthday greeting with white embossing powder and adhere to the card.

7: Using the cut-apart sheet, choose your greeting and adhere onto the shaker card.

8: To finish the card off, add a few Uniquely Creative Embellies.



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Hang in there…..

Ohhhh have you seen these cute sloth pals stamps yet by Uniquely creative . I seriously love these cute guys!

I used my copic markers to colour them in. I also used Uniquely creative cross stitch circle dies to make the holes. The little heart is made using the die from Uniquely creative selfie frames die.

I’ve also used Papermilldirect fleck Kraft card and Papermilldirect black plain card.

I hope you have a great Friday!

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Uniquely creative sloth pals birthday card

Hello friends!

I have this cute card up on the Uniquely creative blog today. I seriously love these sloths!

Products Used

Uniquely Creative Sloth Pals stamp set, Uniquely Creative Sloth Pals die set, Uniquely Creative Sprinkles stencil, laser cut

Other Products

Pigment ink, embossing powder

Colours Used

Copic Markers: E31, E43, E35, E23, E57, E39, E47, R20, R22, Y08, Y15, V12, V15 


1. Stamp and colour the sloths and then use the dies to cut them out.

2. Using the stencils and pigment inks, make a background and adhere to card base.

3. Adhere the sloths and cupcakes to the card.

4. Using some Versamark ink, rub the laser cut word with the ink pad and add the embossing powder. Heat set this and adhere onto the card.

5. Stamp the greetings with Versamark ink and heat emboss the sentiments. Trim down and adhere to the card at the top.

You can purchase these cute stamps Here.

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New sloth pals mini kit


Do you love sloths? I think they are so cute and Uniquely creative sloth pals mini stamp kit is just adorable!

Here’s what you get in the kit:

This kit is bursting with fun products you get the sloth stamp, stencil, cut apart sentiments and wood laser cut words. You can also purchase the stamp and dies separately.

This kit is a available to purchase Here.

I have some more fun sloth cards coming up soon.

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