Hi, everyone, it’s Lee Ann here. I hope you are all having a great week! Today I’m sharing another Celebration Birthday card featuring some of the first stamps that I picked up over 5 years ago at the Hero Arts Factory Store. This card for me shows that you can create something completely new even from your older stashed items.
I am loving the current trend of black and white left uncolored with a bright pop of spring colors. This palette in the center of the card is made up of, Hero’s Mid Tone Dye Inks Butter Bar, Bubblegum, Fresh Peach, Pale Tomato, and Soft Vanilla. I used a long paint strip stamp from my stash and over-layed the pretty pinks and yellows, then white heat embossed on top and added white gel pen details. I slipped this strip under the partially cut circles that I stamped in black ink with the top part of the tree stamp. I added some small illustrations copied from the stamp set with a black micron pen to fill in the blanks.
I used white gel pen and some nuvo drops in coordinating color for small embellishments and trimmed the corners for finish.
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– Lee Ann