Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Thank You Card.



I was lucky enough to get hold of this new Hero Arts set and I have been having fun creating with it.  Today I am going to share one of my cards but the others are being saved for a special event in two weeks time!!
The flower stamp from this set is going to be well used as I love the effect it creates, it looks so pretty stamped using the HA cornflower shadow ink, I also created a shadow with a second stamping of the same inking.

Its the first week back at school after the break and its hard to be back, plus I am suffering with earache at the moment.. Can't wait for the weekend!!


11 comments:

Lin said...

Swoon! LOVE this, Sally - that's the perfect shade of blue for that flower, which I call a cornflower, don't know the real name of it.......My Dad calls it Bachelor Button.

Brenda said...

Hi Sally, shame, I hope you resolve that earache soon, it doesn't sound like fun! I am loving those layers you created with that gorgeous flower stamp, and the colours are simply wonderful!

Jessi Fogan said...

Oh, the shadow stamping has such a wonderful effect!
I hope your earache goes away quickly - ouch!

Betty said...

so pretty and fresh in those colors!

Dawn Turley said...

Gorgeous. I've seen this set and it looks stunning. You've done an awesome card. Looking forward to seeing your card for the hop

Jacqueline said...

So pretty, Sally!! Love this whole arrangement on the Postcard.
Hope your earache clears up real soon!

Shawna said...

LOVELY!!!!

Dotty Jo said...

Oooooo, what a lovely card! I feel like we've been back at school for weeks. The kids are still in pre-christmas mode and are a total nightmare. Hope you feel better soon and get to enjoy a relaxing weekend, Jo x

Kathy (krolski) said...

Such a gorgeous card Sally! Beautiful use of all the stamps! I hope you get to feeling better soon.

Barb Ghig said...

This is such a beautiful card, Sally! I really love how you paired your stamps and the color palette is just lovely! I'm looking forward to seeing your other creations :-)

Linda Beeson said...

The colors you picked are just right!