Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Unity Wednesday Challenge

Last week, during Hip Hop on the Unity forum, we came up with the idea to have all our hubbies make a card with Unity stamps.  I thought it was SUCH a fun idea!

This is the card that Dustin made using a stamp from the September KOTM.  Of course, because Dustin is Dustin, he made it based on an item from a video game.  It's something called a companion cube.  I posted a picture below of what it looks like in 3D.  I think Dustin did a really good job remaking it.

On the the fun part, Dustin used my square and circle punches for the basic shapes.  He used my Colluzel to make the big circle.  He used markers to draw the lines.  AND he told me that instead of glue, he wanted to use dimensionals (he didn't really use that term.)  He probably said "I want it to stick up from the paper.  


I am so proud of his creation!  Leave him a little love in the comments section please!

16 comments:

  1. Wow, great inspired card. Your DH is so creative!

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  2. Very cool idea for a card :)

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  3. Dustin did AWESOME! Great inspiration for the card...maybe we should add him to the Etsy DT *grin*

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  4. Wow! Awesom job! And what a great idea!

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  5. Dustin - you rock!! I have no idea what a companion cube is (sure looks cute!), but you sure were inspired to make such a fabulous card!!

    Ash - maybe you should have a challenge inspired by video games!?

    hugs, Jami

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  6. Your hubby has a wonderful eye for symmetry! I figure he has to with his pixel art and all!

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  7. WOW!! That's a fantastic card, and he even had an inspiration piece! GO DUSTIN! Love the dimension :)

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  8. WOW, Dustin you made a "Sweet" card!! Great job!! :)

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  9. Great job Dustin! Nice concept.

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  10. whoa that is so darn cool!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. How cool is that!? Nice job! I love how everything is lined up so nice and straight.

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  12. Hey Dustin, that is way cool. Love it!

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  13. Thanks for visiting my blog! Yours is great, and your husband did a wonderful job on his card.

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  14. He did a great job, Ashley! Thanks for sharing! :)

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