Hello!! All of us at A Blog Named Hero hope you’re enjoying our
special Christmas event for November – we certainly are! Not only
because we get to make and share some projects with you, but also
because of all the fabulous visitors we get to host! Today, we have
some wonderfully inspirational projects from guest designers Tenia Nelson and Lisa Stein, and some equally gorgeous decor
items from regular design team members, Cheiron, Sue, Lucy and
First up is this very cute star ornament from Tenia Nelson.
I love the music on the Hero Arts stamp Tenia used – very appropriate for a Chrismas ornament!
This cute little stamped and painted embroidery hoop is from Lisa Stein.
I just adore the little touch of Glossy Accents on Rudolph’s nose!!
Lucy has made a really cool wreath, using a whole bunch of paper from Lawn Fawn’s Into the Woods collection. She has also stamped a wreath using the little branches from Avery Elle’s “Laurels” stamp set – so clever!
Here is the cutest little triptych ever from Cheiron Brandon:
Sue has painted and stamped some oh-so-cute wooden butterflies for her niece’s bedroom wall.
Close-up of the glittery goodness – I’m sure Sue’s niece will love them!
Last, but not least, is Christine’s candle holder. The fawn from Lawn Fawn, the trees from Avery Elle, and the falling snowflakes from Hero Arts work perfectly together in this project, and I’m pretty sure that the row of die-cut circles (Simon Says Stamp’s Circle Border die) would allow the candle within to cast some lovely light patterns around the room!
We are so luck to have Simon Says Stamp as one of our amazing sponsors – if you have commented on Monday’s post, make sure you come back tomorrow to check out if you’re the winner of the sampler pack of new Hero Arts goodies, thanks to Simon!
Thanks for visiting us again, today – make sure you come back tomorrow, and every day next week for more inspiration!