This month's Hero Arts challenge is to create pocket card (details here ).
Card stock: Hero Hues (Sunshine, Hero Arts), Bazzill Basics Paper
Pattern Paper: Basic Grey (Out of Print)
Wooden Stamp: Classic Bloom (Hero Arts)
Dye Ink: Adirondack Espresso (Ranger), Distress Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Scattered Straw)
Tool: Copic Marker (Ciao, E31), Fiskars Micro Scissors
Accents: Liquid Pearls (Dimensional Pearlescent Paint (Ranger), SRM Press (Fancy Sticker Sentiments, Birthday), 3-D Dots (1/8”) by EK Success
1 Make card from cardstock, cut Basic Grey paper into strips
2 Stamp the flower with Scattered Straw over white card stock, adhere to Hero Hue
3 Adhere Basic Grey strips over, glue both ends to cardstock (leave the middle part unglued)
4 Stamp the flower with Espresso over yellow (Basic Grey) paper, and then cut it out. Color the center with copic and add Liquid Pearl at center, let dry
5 Pop-dot the flower at centre, apply sentiment and insert gift card
I am also sharing the card that I made for the Scramble challenge over Hero Arts Flickr. Here is the inspiration photo.
My interpretation. This card took me about 40 minutes to make.
Lastly, I am sharing two unusual photos of me. I was hiking near Lake Louise this past summer...the mountains were absolutely majestic!
And yes, Virginia is going to be over the hills very soon. Just 5 more days! Please hop on the last minute party train here if you want to PARTY with me!