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Magical Unicorns

Good morning everyone, I have been taking a trip down memory lane for today’s project.

Seeking inspiration from My Little Pony I’ve created this cute shaker card using the new Krafty Panda Magical Unicorns stamp set by Hobbybase UK.

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This has been really fun to make and I’ve loved looking at old My Little Pony pictures seeking colour inspiration.

Who was your favourite Pony? mine was Fizzy…I had many ponies, T-shirts, and a pack lunch box!

This stamp set has inspired me with so many cool project ideas so watch this space.

 They are really cute stamps and perfect for colouring in.

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The stamps retail at 7.99 and can be purchased directly from Hobbybase UK 

International shipping is also available and if you use discount code MIXEDUP you can receive 10% discount at checkout.

Have a great day.

Sam

xoxo

 

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3 thoughts on “Magical Unicorns

  1. Hi Sam
    Unicorns seem to be making a come back in the craft world – there seems to be many different designs available from different stamp manufacturers. If you go on to Pininterest it is full of unicorn card ideas which is great for crafters like myself. I would normally shy away from shaker cards as I haven’t had good experiences with them in the past either the bits fall out or they stick to the acetate window. Have you made a PDF or video tutorial for later about this particular project as I would be interested in seeing how you make a shaker card. Thank you for the inspiration though, love the design and your unicorns. :O)

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  2. Hi Sam,

    Thank you for sending me this email with the link to your blog post – Magical Unicorns.

    Unicorns seem to be making a come back in the craft world – there seems to be many different designs available from different stamp manufacturers. If you go on to Pininterest it is full of unicorn card ideas which is great for crafters like myself.

    I would normally shy away from shaker cards as I haven’t had good experiences with them in the past either the bits fall out or they stick to the acetate window. Have you made a PDF or video tutorial for later about this particular project as I would be interested in seeing how you make a shaker card.

    Thank you for the inspiration though, love the design and your unicorns.

    Lorraine

    :O) >

    Liked by 1 person

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