Gayatri here today. This month we are collaborating with May Arts Ribbons.
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Then, here you have two romantic cards using paper, inks, enamel dots, embossing paste, sequins… and May Arts ribbon. You can find a white style in the first card. In the second one, it is more brown. I love them because I am always looking for a romantic and wedding style but it is difficult to find it, to get balanced cards without too many embellishments.
I hope you like the cards, see you soon.
Apologies for this post being late! It’s time to welcome a new collaboration partner to A Blog Named Hero!!
This month it’s the delightful May Arts!
May Arts make the most incredibly beautiful ribbons and trims and they work so very beautifully with Hero Arts products!
Here is my card
I used the May Arts 3/4 Inch Chevron Striped Ribbon
and the rest of my products are shown below in the inlinkz collection.
To create this card I stamped the friendship definition stamp onto Neenah kraft cardstock, then the butterflies over top. I then coloured them heavily using my Prismacolour Pencils, added some extra touches with a white gel pen, and a sentiment from Hero Arts.
I added the YUMMY chevron twill ribbon, and some enamel dots, before adding the entire panel to a Hero Arts Layering Paper-cardbase.
So easy and fun, and SUCH a cool effect.
I do hope you’ll come back every day this week to see the rest of the teams’ efforts!
Thank you so much to May Arts for joining us this month!
See you again soon!