One of my favorite kind of cards to make! Scene Cards! They are so fun because you can interpret scene cards in so many different ways and use stamps that are standalone in a new way. It’s great for really stretching your stamps and giving your own view on them! That’s what I did here:
I have a mental “crafty company bucket list”, which is a list of crafty companies that I love that I’d be so happy to guest design for – and Hero Arts is definitely one of them! And proximity wise, they are the closest to me (sometimes they have warehouse sales and it’s so fun to actually go into their store!)
Anyway, I did a guest design blog post for them featuring two cards so please go check it out here.
But surprise! I also have a full length YouTube video featuring one of them!
This is one of the two cards I shared but keep your eyes peeled, I’ll have a quick reel sharing how I put together my second card features in the blog post soon too!
Welcome to the weekend crafty friends! Today, I’m sharing a card featuring a freebie that you can get today, Hero Art’s Daisy and Bees Stamp Set, , over at Scrapbook.com. I used it to create a super cute card.
I stamped out my images from the Hero Arts Daisy and Bees stamp set and did a bit of masking so the ladybug could sit on the daisy. I also cut out masks because I wanted to ink up the background with some distress inks. Once my stamping and masking was complete, I inked blended using the following colors: Seedless Preserves, Stormy Sky, Speckled Egg, and Tumbled Glass.
To finish off the card, I stamped the sentiments on black cardstock, using Versamark ink and Hero Arts White embossing powder. I trimmed it down and placed them on my card (it actually covered over a blending boo-boo I had.. shhhh!).
Remember to if you’re shopping over at Scrapbook.com, to add this freebies to your cart.
Hi crafty friends! Today, I’m sharing a card featuring Ink Blot Shop’s stamp set called Snow Kids along with Hero Arts Snowflake Swirl Bold Prints.
All my supplies for creating this card will be listed down below (with multiple sources when available) for your curiosity and convenience. Affiliate links used when possible.
I started with the background image by placing it in my Misti. Since this background is a positive stamp that doesn’t stamp the snowflakes, but actually the background. I decided to use Ink on 3’s Atelier Inks, Peacock Blue, My Jam Purple, and Paint It Black with a domed blending tool to place the color everywhere. I did stamp it a few times adding more color to get a darker background to my liking.
For the images, I stamped the two images from Snow Kids using Ink on 3’s Fadeout Ink and did some no line coloring using copic markers. I also ended up adding a snowy ground and fussy cut the image out to place on top of the background.
To add a sentiment, I stamped it using Ink on 3’s Atelier My Jam Purple on a piece of white cardstock and matted it on silver cardstock.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you got some inspiration to create! Happy Crafting!
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