It’s Arlene here with a second post this month.
It’s Anything but a Card Month here at A2Z Scrapbooking. I rarely make tags for any occasion but Christmas, but my mind went wondering into the gray world of stencils and inks. I couldn’t make just one since I cut two dies, could I?
Since I used white cardstock for my tags, I wanted to give some depth to the tag and chose the Spiral Stencil die with one of Hero Arts Ombre inks. Yes, I do have pages of pre-printed images from the Hero Arts kits and that’s how I created these cards, matching size and shape, images and sentiments.
Sometime things just turn out better than you planned and these did. I need something on my desk to click me into creativity and I know some people need that clean desk to open their vision. That’s not me. As soon as I clean up my desk, I am blank, but put a couple images or dies on the table and my mind starts working again.
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Both tags were stamped: and cut with:
- Hero Arts Tag Infinity Dies
- Hero Arts digital kits Grey to Black Ombre ink (any of the ombre inks would work depending on your choice of colors)
- Copic markers in shades of Cool grays and .BV 000 and BV31
- Pilot Silver Marker
- Sugartree Hugs in a Mug at A2Z Scrapbooking
- Old Spellbinders die