Hi there everyone, Alisha here to share a clean and simple card featuring an older Hero Arts stamp set called Greatest Gift.
For my project today I went with non-traditional colors, my Christmas Tree is white with bright pinks and blues for ornaments. I made a water color background with Zig Clean Color markers and did a ton of gold embossing
All of us on the design team will be offering up 1 stamp set for a total of 10 awesome prizes for 10 winners!! All you have to do is comment on any post this month and/or for extra entries, link up a holiday project of your own to our main challenge page HERE
Hi Friends! Are you ready for the Holidays? We are! This month we are celebrating our 2016 sponsors and our awesome readers with a fun Holiday Themed November event! 10 of you are going to get some fun December happy mail – All you have to do is leave a comment on any of this months posts, and for extra entries, link up your holiday project to our main Challenge Post
For my card I used the new Hero Arts Pine Branches stamp and die combo and stamped a ton of images, some directly onto the card base, and the rest cut out separately. Once I had them layered up the way I wanted I used the Press N Seal method to lift them all up and glue back down in 2 dimensions. I cut my sentiment from some Foil paper I had in my stash, and adhered on with foam tape, and to finish I used some stickles just to add a little bling to my white space.
Before I go, I’d like to graciously thank our 2016 sponsors for their collaborations this year. Don’t forget to leave your comments / link up to the challenge for your chance to win goodies, possibly from one of these fine companies!
Sharing the Holidays with A Blog Named Hero and all our 2016 Sponsors!
The Crafty Nurse here to begin celebrating the holidays and share a special thank you to all of our extremely generous sponsors from this entire last year. Please thank them by continuing to use their wonderful products. I know I will!
As I’m sure you’ve heard, the Design Team is “paying it forward” by offering up prizes from our sponsor companies as a thank you to our loyal Blog Hop participants. Please make sure you leave a comment on one of our posts this month and for extra chances to win, enter a card in the challenge.
For a little inspiration, I’ve used a beautiful Hero Arts set called, Under the Mistletoe, which I watercolored with Prima and Daniel Smith paints after I white heat embossed. I finished off with some stamped berries using Hero Arts Ombre Ink. Hope this inspires you to grab someone you love and give them a big smooch under the mistletoe!
I used assorted sized circle dies to create a little cascade of circles to highlight my greeting.
For my greeting, I took a plain white piece of paper and covered it with Versamark and Gold Embossing Powder, heat set and let dry, then ran it through the die cutter with the Merry Stamp n Cut die.
To finish I stamped and heat embossed the rest of the greeting right onto the card.