Hello there! I hope you are all well! Today is my last post at A Blog Named Hero as a member of the design team. I’ve been joined the team for nearly two years and it’s been a pleasure. Thanks to Linda to count and trust me in this beautiful journey. I’ve learned from all of you and I’ve been known many wonderful and super talented crafters. I’m so grateful for having been part of this team. I also wanted to welcome to the new design team that they are going to enjoy it so much for sure.
For this new challenge, you can make anything you like, just remember to use Hero Arts products!. So, for my last card on this blog, I wanted to share something inspiring and something that fits with these times that we are passing through. I hope you like it.
First of all, I used two My Monthly Hero kits for creating this card, My Monthly Hero December 2020 (it is sold out but you can find something similar in HERE) and the My Monthly Hero June 2018 (you can find this set HERE). As they are layering stamps, I decided to use my Mini MISTI Stamping tool to save some time and be more precise when stamping the images.
First, I picked a piece of HA Dove white Premium Cardstock and stamped the clouds at the top of the card, using the Mini MISTI as I had mentioned before. I stamped this set with Soft Yellow, Lemon Yellow, and Dandelion inks. Then, I stamped the sea at the bottom of the card. I used Summer Sky, Indigo, and Navy. Then, I turned the stamp of the sea, and lined up with the other part of the sea that I had already stamped, I overlayed just a little bit and stamped the layers with the same colors. This would fill the bottom part of the card. Now I just had a white space in the middle of the card, for fixing this I just masked a part of the clouds on top and part of the sea at the bottom. Then, I stamped the clouds again using the same color inks. As there were some white gaps in the middle of the card (sky part), I blended Soft Yellow ink applying with a Sponge Dauber. Later, I stamped the sun and the sun rays with Butter Bar ink and gave them a little bit of shine using the NUVO Midas Touch shimmer pen.