Happy Monday everybody,
I am using my “creative license” today and stretch my Hero Arts Layered Topiary stamp to stamp a bouquet.
I stamped the individual part of the topiary with pinks, purples and oranges, then die cut using the matching frame cut. They became the ‘flowers’ of my bouquet. Since the ‘flowers’ is quite busy I didn’t want the leaves to compete with it, so I stamped the majority of them using shadow ink and two sprigs in distress ink. Next I stamped the sentiment in black. The panel is then die cut using Nesting Postage Stamp Infinity Die, and adhered to a pattern paper panel which is glued to a white card base. I mounted the ‘flowers’ using various heights of foam adhesive to give it some dimension, and embellished with a few sequins.
Please join us in this month’s “Flower Power” challenge for your chance at a free digital stamp AND, if you used Hero Arts, a $20 gift card to our a2z Scrapbooking store. Our current monthly challenge can always be found in the menu bar, and runs from the 1st to last day of the month
The a2z scrapbooking store carries a wide variety of Hero Arts products! Get discounted new releases, sales, grab bags & more. Proceeds from our store benefit Celiac & Behcets disease foundations. Use my discount code Cindy15 to get 15% off your purchase of $25 or more. If you’re looking for a Hero Arts product you don’t see in store, use the Request Custom Order button from with-in the shop.
- Hero Arts Layered Topiary clear stamp
- Hero Arts Layered Topiary Frame Cut
- Hero Arts Nesting Postage Stamp Infinity Dies
- Hero Arts Garden Flower by Lia clear stamp
- Hero Arts Ombre Ink (Pink to Red, Light Purple to Grape Juice, Butter Bar to Orange Soda)
- Hero Arts Mid-Tone Shadow Ink (Ultra Pink)
- Hero Arts Shadow Ink (Soft Leaf, Soft Granite)
- Ranger Distress Ink (Peeled Paint)
- Memento Dye Ink (Tuxedo Black)
- Little Things from Lucy’s Card sequins (Fruit Sorbet)