Stretch Your Stamps

A Blog named Hero, Cards, Hero Arts

56242592_10156068469251156_4734648518340247552_nHi all! Its the 15th of the month which means another challenge starts at “A Blog named Hero”, the challenge blog of Hero Arts. The theme this month is “Stretch your Stamps”. This means we would like to see you use your stamps in another way than it was meant to be used.Hydrangea embossedI have to admit I wasn’t very original but I wouldn’t normally use a stamp this way so its different for me! I used Hero Arts Color Layering Hydrangea stamp set, but only the detailed stamp as it also comes with a full coverage stamp for the background of the flower. I stamped them randomly on my card using Hero Arts clear embossing & watermark ink, covered them with clear embossing powder and then heat embossed it.Hydrangea embossed product I then sponged in Hero Arts Grape Slush Reactive inks and sprinkled a little water over my card. The sentiment was stamped on clear acetate using Stazon ink and glued onto my card with ScrapPerfect “Best Glue Ever”, which it truly is, as it dries transparent and is great for acetate!

Well, I hope you liked my card and that you will be inspired to join in our challenge over at A Blog Named Hero. There are 2 prizes of $25 and $50 gift vouchers to Hero Arts to be won! I look forward to seeing your wonderful creations in the link up and you have till the 10th of September to do so.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

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