Welcome everyone! I’m so excited to be joining in the Hero Arts Winter 2020 Catalog Release Blog hop! And before I get to my inspiration I have some more FUN news!!
Woot! Woot! I’m honored to announce that I’m now a part of the Hero Arts Creative Team and can’t wait to start sharing inspiration with you.
Now onto the fun!
I have a sweet Christmas card to share with you featuring one of my new favorite stamps, Color Layering Poinsettia Christmas Tree. I made a ton of these trees! For ink colors I used Key Lime Fizz & Green Apple Reactive Ink, Pale Tomato, Crimson and Dandelion inks.
I paired my tree with this adorable puppy from the Fawn and Friends stamp set and copic colored it as close to my dog as I could.
To resemble a glow behind my images, I ink blended Lemon Drop Reactive Ink. I lined up (not attaching) where I wanted my images to be so I could figure out placement of my sentiment.
Next, I’m featuring once again, the Color Layering Poinsettia Christmas Tree but this time paired with the Snowflake Medallion. What I love about this medallion is you can die cut it right into a card front like a window or like I did, die cut it with the circle for a separate element on your card.
I wanted my snowflake medallion to sparkle so after diecutting it from white cardstock, I coated it in Embossing ink and sprinkled on Sparkle Embossing Powder. After letting it cool, I repeated this process. It leaves such a beautiful subtle sparkle and looks amazing in person.
My card front is created from Arctic card stock in which I stamped a sentiment towards the bottom in Intensified Ink using the stamp set Color Layering Poinsettia Christmas Tree.
Then I added the Snowflake Medallion to the front with liquid glue and attached my Christmas to the center using foam squares.
I may not be ready to think about Christmas but gosh I love these stamps and dies!
We will give away three $50 gift cards, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by leaving a comment between now and Sunday, September 6th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.
If you arrived here from the amazing Michelle Short’s blog you are in the right spot. If you get lost along the way you can always start at the beginning on the Hero Arts blog.
You’re next stop in the hop is my super talented friend Seeka!
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