I’ve got a card for our collaboration with Winnie & Walter over at A Blog Named Hero today. I’d love it if you took a look.
It’s a new month, which means we have a new challenge at A Blog Named Hero. This month we are working with Winnie & Walter and our challenge theme is Florals.
For my card, I embossed some flower and leaf images from an older Hero Arts My Monthly Hero kit. The great thing about a card like this is that any floral image would work. And if you’ve not seen the florals from Winnie & Walter, you just must go look. They are absolutely beautiful. I chose to use a Winnie & Walter die set on this card, because I absolutely fell in love with it. Those scalloped edges? With tiny dots at each scallop? Yes, please.
I used Hero Arts platinum embossing powder for my images, and Peerless watercolors to color the florals. A pale blue Daniel Smith watercolor for the background. I also added a splattering of black soot distress ink along the background, and then some controlled circle making with the platinum watercolor from the Finetec Metallic watercolor paint set.
To finish the card I layered it using some Hero Arts Sunshine layering papers, they just happened to be on my desk, and the right color. Yay.
Make sure to join us this month for the challenge, I know you have some floral stamps that you’d like to get inky. Click here for all of information about joining.
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I’ve got a card over at A Blog Named Hero, and I’m absolutely in love with it, please go check it out.
This month over at A Blog Named Hero we are collaborating with the fantastic Winnie & Walter. Go check them out, they have some amazing stamp sets, and if you’re looking for anything with a large word, they are the place to go.
I made this card, using two of their sets, which are linked below. Absolutely love this V for cheVron set, and I have so many plans for it. The sentiment comes from The Big, The Bold and Extras, and I know I will be using that set a lot.