Posted by on February 25, 2011 in Cards for Girls, Flowers, Hero Arts, Kissing Technique, Nestabilities, Stamping | 1 comment

Good evening!

I recently got some new Hero Arts stamps that have been waiting patiently to be inked up….and I also tried the ‘kissing technique‘ that has been shown on the Hero Arts blog of late. Such fun! I am definitely in love with my new HA Envelope pattern woodblock stamp!

I would love to say that I came up with the  layout for this card…but alas, I did not! I cased this card from Kerry Cox…I loved the simplicity and elegance of her card.

and a close up of the “kissing”…


Stamps: Hero Arts Flower Bird Garden (CG270), Hero Arts Envelope Pattern (S5507)
Ink: Versacolor cubes – Opera Pink and Bark
Card: Regal Craft Card (square white single fold), White bazzill card
Other Supplies: Carl Craft punch – Kikyou, Kaisercraft pearls – snow, Fiskars cutting board and scoring stylus, Spellbinder nesties – label 2, cuttlebug, embossing mat, foam dimensionals.

This is first time I have used an embossing mat with my nesties! I now have 2 sets…and am wanting more!!

Thanks for looking,


1 Comment

  1. This is such an elegant card Marion! Love that hot pink against the white. I am with you on the envelope stamp… but alas it is sold out everywhere which is probably a good thing (I’ve been busy online lately but you only live once).

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