Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Whoop-Woo, new digikits. :)

Hello! It's Tuesday, and you know what that means - new digikits. :)
Today Hero Arts release two kits - Rough Stripe and Arches
 Today I have a card made using the Rough Stripe kit.
For this card, I took the stripe stamp and duplicated it.  Then I turned one of them 90 degrees and laid it over the other, creating a lovely criss-cross effect. Fun to see what you can do when you just play...  I printed this on Daffodil layering paper and it has a beautifully soft look to it. Love that the stamp comes in all the Hero Hues colour families. It makes it so easy - just print straight onto the corresponding layering paper. Yum. :)
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The gorgeous butterflies and green paper are from October Afternoon's Sidewalks collection. (Love it).
Back tomorrow with another hybrid card made with this week's releases.
See you then.

12 comments:

  1. What a striking combination of colors, so pretty! I'm really starting to love digi's now...a lot less expensive too. :)

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  2. Love your multi coloured butterflies! Such a vibrant fun card.

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  3. I like the colors and that row of butterflies.
    Eveline.

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  4. Fabulous!! Great colour combo!

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  5. beautiful as always!!!! I really enjoyed all of your digital info i was just curious i am looking to get a new printer and was wondering if you had any advice I do want to do alot of digital printing.Thanks!!!!

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  6. Pretty darn fabulous! I love the stitching (and am always so jealous of it -- I don't know how to use a sewing machine! :) Really beautiful card!

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  7. I'm so inspired by your card. Totally feeling a lift coming on... ;) Found your blog via Pinterest.

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  8. J'ai oublié de mettre un lien vers mon blog, si vous voulez voir mes cartes !
    http://scrapatouilledelettrebleue.over-blog.com/article-cartes-papillons-116355157.html

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  9. Vos cartes sont superbes, c'est un plaisir de découvrir votre blog.

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  10. Hi Lucy Love this card, I cased it a while ago but finally getting around to blogging it tomorrow. Have linked to your blog. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Jo

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