Hey everyone!! I’m here with a new card which I made for new challenge over at over at Stay Crafty With A Blog Named Hero. The theme is “The Great Outdoors”
You can make anything which inspires you with this theme, many possibilities right? beautiful scene, flowers or anything nature inspired!! We cant wait what you create.
For my card I used, “A Warm Welcome” set by Hero Arts. I created this lovely scene using mix of Hero Arts inks against CAS background. Love how it turned out, our downtown in winter looks so similar.
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Hello everyone. It’s time for new challenge over at over at Stay Crafty With A Blog Named Hero. The theme is “Die-Lightful”, very simple theme we want to see your projects with dies. You can find some fabulous inspiration from our design team so do visit blog.
Here’s my card,
I used “Flower Garden Fancy Die” by Hero Arts for my card. I watercolour the die cut and used all the bright shades. For the sentiment I used “Celebrate Words Fancy Dies” by Hero Arts, which I inked using Hero Arts Reactive inks. I love the bright look of this card.
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Hey everyone!! I’m here with another card which I made for the ongoing challenge over at Stay Crafty With a Blog Named Hero. The theme is Send a Hug – you can make encouragement, sympathy, thinking of you card, or a card with the sentiment “hugs”.
Here’s my card.
I used “Floral Poppy” by Hero Arts. I inked the white card base using Hero Arts Reactive Inks in the shades of blues. Coloured the Poppy flower using Polychromos pencils. Added the flowers on the card base and my CAS yet bright floral card was done. I love these colours together.
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Hey everyone! I am so excited to join the Stay Crafty With a Blog Named hero Design Team. I love Hero Arts stamps, My very first stamp was by Hero Arts and it was pure joy to play in the Hero Arts 90 minutes Scramble on their Flickr group.
The February challenge is “Anything Goes”.
Here’s my card
I used one of my favourite Hero Arts stamp CL261. I stamp all the images on a card panel and coloured it using watercolours. to fill up the white space I used my Copic marker. I wanted to achieve the storybook kind if look for my card and I am so happy with the result.
I am sure you will join us in this fun challenge. Link up your project here by Sunday, March 6 for a chance to win one of two $50 gift cards! If you share your project on Instagram, use the hashtags #heroarts and #staycraftychallenge.