Hi there and welcome!
The new Hero Arts 2022 Holiday Catalog is live and we’re celebrating with a blog hop full of inspiration and a giveaway. If you’ve arrived from Pocono Pam’s blog, you’re right on track. If you’d like to start from the beginning, head on over to the Hero Arts blog.
I have a few cards to share today so I’ll dive right in!
My first card features the beautiful Ornament Border Hot Foil Plate. This plate creates a beautiful foiled frame which looks great against Plum cardstock. I added a heat embossed sentiment made with the Season’s Greetings stamp set and coordinating die from the Seasons Greetings Foil & Cut set for a quick and easy card!
May The Wonder Of Christmas Be With You
My second card features the Looking Glass Holiday Kitten die set which creates such a sweet little scene! I die cut each layer of the set from a square of white cardstock and then used Copic markers to color them. Then I used foam tape to adhere the layers together. I backed the scene with a pink and white panel from my stash (I had smooshed acrylic paints onto pink cardstock) and then added a white frame made with a die from the Looking Glass Circle & Square Frames die set.
My last card today features the Hero Greetings Happy Holidays stamp set, combined with the Happy Holidays Foil & Cut set. I foiled the shadow layer of the sentiment in gold and then stamped the solid sentiment in Pale Tomato Core Ink.
Next, I used Mist ink to stamp the Lacy Snowflakes Bold Prints background onto white cardstock. I trimmed the panel a bit and used foam tape to mount it to an A2 card base. I finished the card off by using foam tape to adhere the sentiment over some white leafy die cuts made using the Holly Berries Stamp & Cut XL set.
Thank you so much for visiting! Your next stop is the amazing Alberto Gava. Be sure to read below for giveaway details!
Hero Arts will give away three $50 gift cards, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Wednesday, August 31st at 11:59pm Pacific time, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.