Monday, 2 July 2012

Stretching stamps at a Blog named Hero

There is a new online card class beginning next Monday, called "Stretch your Stamps" - with the aim of getting more out of your stamps by using them in a variety of ways.  A Blog Named Hero is getting us into the mood with their challenge this week to use a stamp or stamp set in 2 different ways.

I used a Papertrey Ink stamp set, "Stitches and Swirls", along with a Hero Arts sentiment set (I think it might be a discontinued set) for both of these cards:

I'll also be submitting these cards to Moxie Fab's Birthday card challenge  :)


  1. AMazing how one stamp can look SO different isn't it?!

    THese are just fantastic Michelle!!

    You're always so fast to enter! I take DAYS to get cards right! (Must stop questioning myself!)

    THank you so much for entering

    Best of luck!

    A Blog Named Hero

  2. This is fabulous Michelle!! I seem have to have totally LOST my Mojo...AGAIN and can't even think of a thing to work on! UGH!!

    I guess a class will be perfect for me right about now! :)

  3. Beautiful! Two totally different looking cards. I like how you colored them too, bold on the black and soft on the white. Thanks for playing with us at A Blog Named Hero!

  4. Such beautiful cards! The first one is so dramatic, and the second is so soft. Awesome! A Blog Named Hero thanks your for your participation! :)

  5. I love both of your cards.

  6. Very pretty, I'm not sure which one is my fave!!

    Sharing bloggy love, visiting from A Blog Named Hero
    xo, Kristina
    Come visit and say hello!

  7. I LOVE the black card. I love it so much i might just have to case it... like tonight! Did I mention I really like it? Hehe Great job!

  8. your cards are both beautiful, thanks for joining in the challenge

  9. Hey Michelle! Thanks for linking this up to the Birthday Card Challenge for Stamp It! Cards Week in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)


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