I'm finally back crafting a bit! Hope you are doing well! The complete tutorial is at my YouTube Channel linked below.
Our "A Blog Named Hero" challenge this month is "repetition." When I started in the 1990s (horse and buggy days for stampers) repeating was a daunting task. Although there are other ways to repeat now, the MISTI tool was a game changer for me and most every other stamper I know. So may new techniques! A higher price point than some tools, but save up because it's worth it!
Today I used a tiny stamp from Hero Arts "Color Layering Sea and Sky." I'm not great at scene building, so was glad to find a use for this Adirondack chair! Once it's set up (I'll show you on YT tutorial--hard to explain here) it's easy, peasy! I stamped on the smallest Trinity Mini-Slimline Die rectangle, then layered on the medium one with yellow cardstock, then layered onto the largest black rectangle and adhered to a mini-slimline base. I added a few embellishments and I was done. One of the cards is actually a salvaged boo-boo! Guess which one! The answer will be in the tutorial!
Be sure to enter the challenge for a chance to win one of two generous Hero Arts gift cards!!!
The supplies are linked below (AFIL-Thank you so much!):