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It’s an exciting year for Hero Arts Stamps as they are celebrating their 45th anniversary! We’re celebrating over at A Blog Named Hero with a celebration challenge.
I am a huge fan of Hero Arts’ background stamps and some of my favorites were a collaboration they did with Basic Grey many years back. These are just a few from my collection, LOL! Yes, there’s more…… 🙂
I thought it would be fun to create an embossed frame using the Highline Ironwork Background stamp which is unfortunately retired, but you could use any of Hero Arts’ backgrounds with this technique.
I first heat embossed the stamp onto and A2 size white card stock panel using Versafine Onyx Black ink and clear embossing powder. I used a Rounded Rectangle Infinity die to die cut a hole in the middle to create the frame. Bonus: You can use the popped out rectangle for another project!
Using the frame as a guide, I stamped the “hooray” using different colors of Hero Arts ink in the window.
I created a sentiment strip to place over the center of the “hoorays”. I ended up covering the pink “hooray” because I thought the design flowed better that way.
I added some Crushed Grape Nuvo drops to pull in more color around the sentiment.
Be sure to head over to the challenge at A Blog Named Hero to help celebrate with Hero Arts. Thanks so much for joining me today!
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