Friday, December 16, 2011

It's Hero Arts Catalog Party Time at Stamp Fever...

Just a really quick post today as I'm packaging up the Make-n-Takes for the festivities at Stamp Fever. There will be photos to follow of the Hero Arts Catalog Party fun.

I wanted to share a couple more ornament designs using the Winter Town stamp by Hero Arts.

This uses Cosmo Cricket Mitten Weather paper and a really ancient Hero Arts background stamp. I stamped Winter Town with Iced Spruce Distress ink. This card is winging it's way to a far away place, I'm hoping it arrives in time!



This next ornament tag has arrived at it's destination in France....



The ornament is the Starburst Lace stamp which is gold embossed. I stamped Winter Town with Spice Tin ink by Jenni Bowlin. To give it that wind swept look, after inking the stamp I use the ink pad to swipe across the stamp.

It's a blustery cold day in the OC, but I'm looking forward to some fun with my crafty friends at Stamp Fever! If you are in the area I hope you will drop in and join us! You can find all the party details HERE.

blessings,
nancy

9 comments:

Pam W Merwin said...

These ornaments are gorgeous! I know you guys will have fun! Thank you for sharing the inspiration :)

Jeanette Marchand said...

Beautiful! I love your first one. The blues are so pretty.

Sue McRae said...

I love how you used the Winter Town and Starburst Lace stamps, magical!

Barb said...

I'll bet you had a blast today - can't wait to see the photos! Love the beautiful way you're using this stamp, Nanc! Hugs! :)

Dawn said...

What a beautiful card and an adorable tag. I saw the photos of your day at Stamp Fever.... what fun.

Maureen Morton said...

Nancy, you are doing such wonders with this stamp! Each is more lovely than the next - I simply can't take my eyes off of them. So rich and detailed. Even tho season is about over, I may have to get this stamp just because of all the greatness you have done with it! I want to visit Stamp Fever! Do you think a 9-hour drive is in my plan today? Thanks!

Dawn said...

Me again.... this delightful card is superb... it looks even better in real life. The colour is more subtle looking and love the look of the swipping. Thank you soooo much Nancy

Leni said...

I love to see how you used the city stamp in the center of an ornament! Thats so creative and festive! Love the way you reached the effect of a blowing wind! Great idea!

Juel said...

This is a beautiful stamp and beautiful work!!