Is it Friday already?? Unbelievable. Time is FLYING by since I had Lily. She's 12 weeks on Sunday... where has it gone?
Anyway, I have a card today featuring 3 of the papers from the new Pool Patterned Papers Digikit by Hero Arts. Really simple - just some paper layering and this single FAB 'Just a Note' stamp which is great for simple and quick cards. The 1st layer was printed on Pool layering paper, the second and 3rd on white cardstock. I love the text paper - I can see endless uses for that!
Well, the house is such a mess.. Lily's been a bit under the weather and has wanted LOTS of cuddles. Time to start the big tidy up. :)
See you soon, and have a nice weekend.
The gorgeous blue background paper is a digi exclusive. And I LOVE it. And I paper pieced the flower which I stamped on some polka dot paper also from the Sea kit and also a digi exclusive. I added a bit of shading with a coloured pencil for dimension.
Love, Love, LOVE these new kits. Can you tell??
Oh, and if you have any questions about digital, try my videos and FAQs - see the top of my blog. There are some answers there for you including what printer and paper I use.
Today is a GOOD day. Hero Arts have FINALLY released some digital papers!!! And I am VERY happy. :) I love digi papers - they save me so much money. :) And the ones released are GORGEOUS. There are 7 different sets in each of the Hero Hues colour schemes: Pool (my favourite), Sunshine, Floral, Blush, Foliage, Earth and Sea. Each pack has 8 papers in - some from their Designr Paper range, and some exclusively digital papers.
Today I have a card made using a gorgeous paper from the Pool kit combined with a gorgeous stamp from the Greetings cling set.
Believe me, you NEED these kits - and they are a bargain at only $4. :)
This week, the colours are pink, kraft and cream - probably one of my all time favourite colour combinations. :)
My card features the new Hero Arts Postmarks digikit. I used all the fun postmark stamps to create the background, and made a little postcard using the Postcard stamp from the kit. I added a typed sentiment, and some cute Studio Calico butterflies, embellished with Hero Arts buttons and some yummy chocolate button twine. I finished the card with some delicious Siam Pink Seam Binding.
Hope you get a chance to join in the challenge. As always, there's a fab prize up for grabs. :)