I totally CASEd Kelly Latevola with this card - you can check out my inspiration HERE.I used a butterfly stamp and a background stamp both from Hero Arts, and a die from Stamplorations. I coloured the panel with various Distress Inks.
I recently was lucky enough to be chosen as a winner for a giveway on Vandana Rastogi's instagram feed - she was giving away the Flower Cascade cling stamp from Penny Black, which has been on my wish list for a little while now. It arrived in the mail just the other day, and I had to get creating with it immediately! Thanks so much, Vandana!
You know I love a rainbow - so I could not resist the latest challenge at Addicted to CAS!
I used the Highline Ironwork background stamp from Hero Arts, coloured with Zig markers. I fussy cut two rows from the background and added them with a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp and some sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.
I used the Highline Ironwork background stamp from Hero Arts, gold embossed and then coloured with Zig clean color real brush markers and water. I added 2 strips of gold foil cardstock on either side of the panel, then a sentiment die-cut using a die from Papertrey Ink, and a stamp from Avery Elle.
I keep trying to build up my stash of birthday cards, but people keep having birthdays!!
I used the no-line watercolour technique on the bouquet stamp from Concord & 9th's "Hello Lovely" stamp set, and I added a sentiment from Avery Elle's "Sentimental". I put the watercolour panel onto a notecard from Hero Arts, and added some faux stitching lines as a finishing touch.
Yet another card that I made back in February and forgot to post here!
I used the Roses all over stamp from My Favorite Things, white embossed and then coloured with Zig clean color real brush markers and water. I die-cut a panel using a border die from Lawn Fawn, then added a sentiment from Studio Katia - this is my new favourite thank you stamp :)
Our challenge this month at A Blog Named Hero is Anything Goes, and we are playing with our favourite stamps - Hero Arts!!
I stamped the Large Flower Background stamp from Hero Arts onto some watercolour paper, then embossed with gold embossing powder. I then coloured in specific places with some Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and then sprayed with water. I then fussy cut around part of the image and adhered it to a card front with a gold embossed sentiment from "You're So Lovely", and a strip of metallic gold cardstock.
I then had more than half of the stamped image left over, so I cut out the image on the other side and made another card - two for the price of one! This time, I used a sentiment from "Best Wishes".
Make sure you check out what the rest of the design team have created at A Blog Named Hero!
I stamped the Wplus9 "Beautiful Bouquets: Dahlias" multiple times onto some Canson Montval watercolour paper, and coloured the images with Zig Clean color real brush markers and water. I added the sentiment from Avery Elle "Sentimental" and white heat embossed it on some vellum and wrapped it around the watercolour panel before mounting the lot onto a top folding white card base. Some sparkling clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh finished off my card.
Make sure you go and see all the rest of the inspiration provided by the Fusion Design team HERE.