Hero Arts Stamper’s Challenge!

Heaps of photos today so I’ll get right to it!   These are some cards I made for the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine it was a stamper’s challenge and I got to play with these awesome Hero Arts stamps.

Hello - Detail
Hello – Detail
Hello
Hello
Thank You - Detail
Thank You – Detail
Thank You
Thank You
Happy Birthday - Detail
Happy Birthday – Detail
Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday

Thanks for visiting, hope you had a great Easter and didn’t eat too much chocolate!  I just returned from a walk along the beach the weather is stunning today but very soon I’m off to work so cross my fingers it’s not too busy.

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Thank You – Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – Pink, Blush Pink, Black, White, Magenta, Process Red.


Hello – Other Supplies:

Happy Birthday – Other Supplies:  Gold twine, Copics – Y11,13,21. T0.


14 thoughts on “Hero Arts Stamper’s Challenge!

  1. Gorgeous cards, Therese. I subscribe to that magazine and I often turn a page in it, and say: there’s a card by Therese, even before I see your name! Your style is unmistakeable, and I love the imaginative way you can use one stamp in various, unique ways. Thanks so much for sharing today. Ann

  2. Congrats on your publication with these gorgeous cards, Therese! I love how each one is designed and how you played with different colors to make each one unique…so pretty!

  3. Therese, what three absolutely divine cards – it’s hard to believe it is the same flower stamp, you have given each card a completely different look – Wonderful 🙂

  4. Well well well!! Ur publications are never a surprise to me. whatever stamp or product you touch it sure will end up into something so amazing 🙂 congratulations !!

  5. Amazingly different cards with the same stamp. The simple three color panels are gorgeous (and I love the varying sizes). The bold pink with black is an entirely different look. And using just the bouquet in grays and yellows is lovely!

  6. These are all so different & so fabulous! I love the colour blocking on the first, the boldness of the second, and the awesome layout on the third!

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