Welcome to A Blog Named Hero first challenge of the month.
Here is my take on the challenge.
For my card, I have used Rain Dance stencil and sponged Gold Delicate pigment ink. While the ink was wet, I rubbed in some Perfect Pearls to add more iridescent metallic look. The picture does not justify how it looks in real. The metallic looks is just so beautiful on white background. I left the background to be the highlight by adding an elegant frame and a coloured sentiment from Hero Arts/Basic Grey Good Day stamp set. I added silver thread and silver metallic sequins to embellish.
Hope you can see the metallic look on the background on the closeup photo below.
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This is new challenge from A Blog Named Hero.
It is a photo inspiration challenge.
When I first saw these beautiful rainbow photos, I was like YES! It was made for me! I am very excited because vibrant colours are my forte!
To make my card, I decided to mask and colour my images in rainbow colours. Here is my finished card.
I stamped three of the outline butterfly imaged from Hero Arts Stamp and Cut Butterfly stamp set on masking paper and cut them out. Then one my card front, I stamped three butterflies at various angles and places to start with. These butterflies are the ones, that stay on the top. I covered these butterflies with the mask, then started stamping rest of the butterflies constantly masking the butterflies around and stamping to get a cluster of butterflies on the right side of the card front. I suggest you practice this on scrap cardstock before starting on the card front.
I then coloured the butterflies with copic markers in rainbow colours, starting with pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. To make the colours interesting, I have added shading in feather strokes. I absolutely love the colours. So vibrant and eye catching.
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Did you know A Blog Named Hero runs two challenge a month? The first challenge on the 10th and second is on the 20th of every month. All you need to do is use atleast one Hero Arts product for the challenge theme to make your project and link it up. You enter a chance to win some pretty awesome prizes from Simon Says Stamps.
Today’s theme for the challenge is Favourite.
I popped up this panel using foam adhesives and accented with Pretty Pink Posh’s Mossy Green and Orchid sequins.
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This is a Clean and Simple Challenge.
For the background, I have used Stamp Your Own Salad stamp set from Hero Arts. For the leaves of the carrots, beetroots and onions, I stamped with Mowed Lawn distress ink and then watercoloured using waterbrush. For the roots itself, I have used Hero Arts Ombre inks Pink and Orange and Cockleshell dye ink from Wplus9.
The sentiment is from Stamp Your Own Salad stamp set which is stamped on a strip of white cardstock and adhered using foam.
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