Good morning! I am so honored and thrilled to share a secret I’ve been keeping for a little while! I am joining the Creative Team at Hero Arts! Eeeek! I’ve been pinching myself ever since I received Jana’s invitation and I cannot wait to get started! To celebrate, I created a card to say hello! 🙂 And don’t forget to stop by the Hero Arts blog to meet the other new Creative Team member! 😉
And I discovered something new in the process…the Hero Arts hybrid inks blend gorgeously on cardstock! To begin I blended Orchid, Crimson, and Mulled Wine hybrid inks onto my cardstock with a blending tool. Then I flicked it with a little gold spray and set it aside to dry. Next I die cut the City Skylines from black cardstock. I pressed a versamark pad over the bridge die-cut and then heat-embossed it with Brass embossing powder. Once my background panel was dry I adhered the skyline and adhered the bridge with foam mounting tape. I liked the brass embossing powder so much that I wanted to find another way to use it on my card. I took a few diamond embellishments, smooshed them into my versamark pad, and then heat-embossed them with brass embossing powder to create matching metallic embellishments.
Finally I used the Luggage Tag Alphabet to stamp my sentiment with Intense Black ink and then adhered my colorful panel above! If this is your first time visiting my blog I feel like this is a fairly good representation of my style: colorful with just a little bit of sparkle! 😉 I hope you’ll stop by again and I look forward to sharing Hero Arts creations with you very soon!
I have two Hero Arts stamp sets to send to one lucky commenter! Please leave a comment and let me know what techniques or types of cards you’d like to see from me! I’ll pick a winner on January 5th, 2017 so please leave your comment before 11:59PM EST on January 4th!
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful day!
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