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My Everyday Life by Hero Arts


Hello dear friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you another watercolor creation that I made using My Everyday Life stamp set by Hero Arts. I love these tags and sentiments and I decided to use the lineal tag in today’s sample.

My Everyday Life by Hero Arts

Here is how I created it:

  1. Using Distressing Ink in four different colors and an aqua painter, I applied the ink just on the right side of the paper. The colors of ink that I used were Seedless Preserves, Fired Brick, Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed.
  2. I stamped the lineal tag that comes in the set My Everyday Life by Hero Arts over the inked side. I used Memento Tuxedo Paris Dusk Ink.
  3. I stamped the sentiment A Special Moment over the last tag with the same ink.
  4. I sprayed all the surface with a Sparkle Sheer Shimmer.
  5. I decorated and personalized.
  6. My Everyday Life by Hero Arts
  7. To finalize the decoration, I added some Purple Crystal Drops to simulate the dot on the tags and I made a thin layer of texture with White Makin’s Clay® to create a special heart. I cut this heart using the small heart die cuts that comes with set So Sorry Stamp & Cut Set by Hero Arts. Then I painted the clay with Copic Markers to obtain a coordinating tone.
  8. I pasted the decorated layer over a card base.

I hope my project inspired you and that you come back with your project to participate in our watercolor challenge. Remember that you can find all the materials that I used in this card in a2z Scrapbooking Supplies Store and if for some reason you don’t find what you are looking, you have the possibility to make a special order. Don’t forget to use my code Martha15, to get your 15% off in your orders over $25 with out shipping and tax.

See you soon!

My Everyday Life by Hero Arts


6 thoughts on “My Everyday Life by Hero Arts

  1. I love it!! Beautiful watercolour washes + graphic elements = one cool card!!

  2. This is a really cool looking card – I love how you watercolored and the colors you chose, then added the stamping and embellishments! Beautiful!

    • Thank you, I was experiment the color combination and I love the result. I was afraid at the beginning but now I think that blue ink was a great election. Hugs and thank you so much!

  3. How lovely and sweet! Gorgeous watercolor work!

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