14 October 2021

Hero Arts | Vintage Toys

Hello there, I am over on the Hero Arts Blog today, sharing a card using the Hero Arts Vintage Toys Fancy Dies. 

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These Vintage Toys Fancy Dies can be used in so many different ways - cut from coloured cardstock, ink blended, coloured with watercolours or markers - sky's the limit! For my card though, I kept it very simple and just did a little paper piecing with gold glitter paper. 


The background was created by stamping Gear Clock Bold Prints on to Cranberry Cardstock with Red Royal Ink. The sentiment from the Hero Greetings Christmas Gift Shop stamp set was stamped and heat embossed in gold. I created a window panel using the Hexagon Infinity Dies and popped the toys on top with foam tape. 

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For more details on how I made the card, please head over to the Hero Arts Blog. Thanks so much for stopping by today, I really do appreciate it! Have a wonderful day!

2 comments:

  1. I love the simplicity of the two toys, and the little pops of glitter - so sweet! And I love how you stamped the subtle gears background, clever use of the stamp and all framed perfectly within a hexagon. Great card, and so festive with the gold and red! xx

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