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Celebrating Range Along with Visitor Pocono Pam!

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Blissful Monday, associates! At this time we’re excited to kick off the week with a particular visitor, Pocono Pam! Pam is without doubt one of the collaborators of the Unity assortment from Hero Arts, alongside together with her pal Dana Pleasure, who we acquired to be impressed by earlier within the month. In case you missed that publish, be sure you test it out HERE. Let’s check out the gorgeous playing cards that Pam has to share with us at the moment, created with this inclusive line of merchandise that celebrates the variety in our craft!

Hola, everybody! It’s Pocono Pam right here! I’m tremendous excited to be right here at the moment on the Scrapbook & Playing cards At this time weblog sharing playing cards I created utilizing merchandise from the Hero Arts Unity assortment!

Many Hero Arts merchandise complement one another. I like utilizing their phrase dies together with background stamps or stacked for a clear and easy card.

Provides | Hero Arts: Hero Hues Dove White top-folded card, Hero Hues Dove White side-folded card, Hero Hues Premium Cardstock Dove White, Hero Hues Premium Cardstock Pitch Black, Colours of Earth Paper, Hero Arts Glitter Paper Fall – Copper, Love You Stamp and Lower XL, Nesting Hearts Infinity Dies, clear embossing & watermark ink, Element Black embossing powder, Precision Glue, Hero Instruments Compact Cutter

For my first card, I wished to focus on the gorgeous earth tones of the Hero Arts Colours of Earth Paper. To start, I embossed the third largest Nesting Hearts Infinity Die onto a 4 x 5.25” Dove White card panel with my Sizzix Huge Shot Machine. This created an impression on the panel just like the results of an embossing folder. I then adhered the panel to a Dove White top-folded card base.

Tip: Not all die-cutting machines are the identical. Fastidiously observe the directions on your machine to emboss along with your dies. 

Subsequent, I die-cut “love” from the Hero Arts Love You Stamp and Lower XL set in 4 of the Hero Arts Colours of Earth Paper and one in copper glitter paper from the Hero Arts Glitter Paper Fall pack. The cardstock and glitter paper is a part of the Hero Arts Unity assortment.

To proceed, I stacked and glued the die-cuts, barely off-setting every layer, and adhered it onto the embossed coronary heart.

Tip: When stacking my die-cuts, I let the glue dry in between every layer to make sure they stayed in place. 

Subsequent, I warmth set the sentiment from the Hero Arts Love You Stamp and Lower XL set with Element Black embossing powder onto Hero Arts Dove White cardstock. I trimmed and backed it with Pitch Black cardstock and popped it onto the cardboard with foam dots for dimension.

To finish my card, utilizing Hero Hues Pitch Black cardstock, I die-cut and glued a couple of of the smallest hearts from the Nesting Hearts Infinity Dies onto the cardboard.

Phrase dies can even make a pleasant addition to background stamps as you possibly can see on my second card!

Provides | Hero Arts: Hero Hues Premium Cardstock Dove White, Hero Hues Dove White side-folded cardHero Hues Premium Cardstock Azalea, Hero Hues Premium Cardstock Pitch Black, Hero Arts Glitter Paper Fundamentals – Black, United Folks Daring Prints, Hero Arts Love You Stamp and Lower XL set, Taffy Reactive Ink, Grape Slush Reactive Ink, Creamsicle Reactive Ink, Champagne sequin combine, Precision Glue, Water Mist bottle, Hero Instruments Compact Cutter

To start, I positioned the Hero Arts United Folks Daring Prints on my MISTI door. I then inked the stamp prime to backside with Hero Arts Taffy, Grape Slush, and Creamsicle Reactive Inks.

Subsequent, from a couple of inches away, I flippantly misted the stamp and closed the MISTI door onto a 3.75 x 5” Dove White card panel and pressed down for a couple of seconds.

Tip: For this method, utilizing a superb water mist produces a pleasant consequence; particularly with the superb strains of the stamp. 

Upon opening the door, I used to be left with a gorgeous blended picture! I let it dry; backed it with Hero Arts Hero Azalea cardstock and glued it to a Hero Arts Hero Hues Dove White side-folded card.

Subsequent, I die-cut “you” from the Hero Arts Love You Stamp and Lower XL set a number of instances in Pitch Black cardstock and as soon as in Hero Arts Glitter Paper Fundamentals – Black. I stacked and glued the die-cuts, inserting the glitter die-cut on prime. As soon as stacked, “you” gave the impression to be a thick phrase embellishment as an alternative of a flat die-cut. I adhered it to the cardboard entrance.

Tip: After stacking the die-cuts, go over any white areas left from the glitter paper with a black marker. Be sure you do that earlier than adhering it to your card. 

To finish my card, I stamped “brighten my day” onto Hero Arts Dove White cardstock, trimmed it to 2.75 X .25” and adhered it to the cardboard entrance, and added a couple of Hero Arts Champagne sequins.

Phrase dies can stand alone on a card or can be utilized as an addition to make your playing cards pop! I hope I’ve impressed you to take out phrase dies you’ll have in your stash and stack them!

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek at my playing cards that includes the Hero Arts Unity assortment! merchandise! Have a contented, artful day!

Peace!

Discover extra of Pam’s work right here: Instagram | Weblog

Don’t miss extra inspiration that includes the Unity assortment on the CommUNITY collection on the Hero Arts weblog, and thanks to Dana and Pam for sharing these fantastic merchandise, and their attractive creations with us this month!



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