Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Big Floral Stencil

I have another card to share using Hero Arts Big Floral Stencil. I sponged with rainbow colours with distress inks and spritzed with some water before removing the stencil. A stamped bold sentiment with some sequins and enamel dots to finish off the card. Simple and quick! I'm adding this to Virginia View's All About Colours challenge. Thanks for dropping by!

Materials used:
Hero Arts stencil and sentiment
Distress inks - Mustard Seed, Carved Pumpkin, Candied Apple, Wilted Violet. Broken China and Lucky Clover




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Friday, 15 July 2016

A Large Flower Stencil

I would like to thank Michelle Lupton for giving this Hero Arts Large Flower stencil! I'm still a bit of a novice to the art of stencilling! I decided to add rainbow colours to this stencil and I really did not wanted the colours to be so strong (reminds me of batik). As I was blending to get a smooth coverage, the colours intensified. I added a spray of Perfect Pearls to give it the glittery translucent effect. I then left this to dry for a couple of days before I decided what to do with it. I decided to glue a panel of the background onto the inside of a card and the same panel was cut from the front of the card. I then cut out 3 'Happy' dies - one white and two black. The diecuts were then adhered together onto the front panel of the card and the sentiment and some sequins added. I'm adding this card to Virginia View Challenge - All About Colours. This post is for A Blog Named Hero's Facebook Fan Page.
Thanks for dropping by!

Materials used: Hero Arts Large Flower stencil and Happy Stamp and Cut
Distress inks - Mustard Seed, Carved Pumpkin, Candied Apple, Wilted Violet. Broken China and Lucky Clover


The inside of the card!




Sunday, 3 July 2016

July Inspiration

When I received a new stampset, I usually stamp a few samples with different colours and cut them out. It is handy when you are in a hurry as it takes no time to assemble a card. When I saw Altenew's July inspiration photo, I just pulled out a few of these stamped images from Beautiful Day and started putting the card together. I'm also adding this to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge - Anything Goes. Thanks for dropping by!

I used: Altenew Beautiful Day and Peony Scrolls, MFT DieNamics stitched rectangle die, Hero Arts card stock, Altenew (flowers) and Hero Arts (leaves) inks.



Thursday, 30 June 2016

Little butterflies

 I have a card to share that I made last week at the same time I made this card. I decided to add some colourful butterflies to the card using Hero Arts card stock. I'm adding this to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Anything Goes Challenge and Virginia View's Challenge #22 (Summer Challenge), so glad it is back again. Thanks for dropping by!

I've used: Hero Arts Leafy Vines and sentiment stamps, HA butterfly die, Hero Arts Card Stock, Neenah Desert Storm, Versamark, white EP and white pearls.






Sunday, 26 June 2016

Birthday Dragon

I have a cute birthday card for a 13th year old who loves dragons. I used the dragon from Mama Elephant's Lunar Animals for this card based on the current CAS(E) this Sketch. Thanks for dropping by!

Materials: Mama Elephant Happy Everything and Lunar Animals, Winnie and Walter Stencil, Hero Arts Card Stock, Glitter foam, Copic markers, MFT Dynamics Fishtail STAX and Wilted Willow Distress Ink.



Thursday, 23 June 2016

Anniversary Card

I have an wedding anniversary card to share. The design is based on the current CAS(E) this Sketch challenge. I white embossed a Hero Arts background stamp onto Neenah Desert Storm card stock and wrapped the Platinum embossed sentiment sentiment strip around it. I'm also adding this card to the current A Blog Named Hero's Vellum challenge. Thanks for dropping by!








Friday, 17 June 2016

White and Gold

I made this card based on the current CAS(E) this Sketch and it took me a few goes before coming up with the card below. I had the idea originally to use an embossed brick wall with a flower and a fence... but I decided to scrap it. I then was going to use a wooden panel patterned paper as a background with a butterfly die... then I went back to my original plan and ditched the fence and used a vellum butterfly and a banner sentiment. I decided to emboss with Ranger Liquid Platinum on vellum.... and then I decided to add a little bit to the edges of my brick wall. Voila! I'm adding this to A Blog Named Hero's Vellum challenge and a2z Scrapbooking June Challenge - To Die For. Thanks for dropping by!
I've used: MFT DieNamics Stitched Rectangles, Tim Holtz brick EF, Vellum, Hero Arts Antique Butterfly and sentiment, Ranger Liquid Platinum EP, Versamark and Hero Hues gem.





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