When I saw Cindy’s card here, I knew I had to try it with just plain ol’ nesting dies, not that anything Hero Arts is plain. But I just got my new Hero Arts stencil in and I couldn’t wait to try it out. And you won’t believe what distress ink color I used – WILD HONEY. I popped the orange tag up and put some sequins in. Then I thought the tag hole was a bit big, so I copied another DT, Monica, with her neon butterfly from August 12th. I added the smallest tags with a sentiment.
Here’s Cindy’s card of wonderful cups. You can see those wonderful dies nesting below her cups in the first photo.
Here’s Monica’s card.
My results are below. It’s a tag card The sequins can move around to their heart’s desire.
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- Hero Arts Tags
- Hero Arts Spiral Stencil
- Hero Arts Butterfly stamps (I had the matching dies and didn’t cut out the shape, however, I have used just the stamps in many other projects without die-cutting)
- Hero Arts Neon Orange Ink
- Hero Arts Ombre Light Ruby to Royal Red (Used the darkest color for the pops of dark red color on the orange body) – you could use any neon ink too
- Old Hero Arts sentiment
- Vagabond die cut machine
- scrap papers