I can't begin to tell you how excited I am about this blog hop. I have loved the Cards for Heroes organization since the moment I created my first card for them. They have it so well "put together" – making it so rewardingfor everyone. I did a drive for them with Hero Arts back in the fall and we got a TON of cards. (And, hint hint – be sure to visit the Hero Arts blog on Monday for another chance to play…)
I did two cards for today… the second one uses the scraps from the first. These aren't my typical style, but fun to do. I used my distress tool a lot on it – adds simple texture and warmth without bulk.
Supplies: Hero Arts stamps (stars, greeting and background), Hero Arts long notecard and embossing powder, Distress Inks, Ranger Foam Ink Applicator, Tonic Distressing Tool from Tim Holtz, Autumn Leaves paper (blue), Bo Bunny paper (red and tan), sewing machine, string
And here is the second, using the scraps…
Supplies: Hero Arts stamps (stars, greeting and background), Hero Arts notecard and embossing powder, Distress Inks, Ranger Foam Ink Applicator, Tonic Distressing Tool from Tim Holtz, Autumn Leaves paper (blue), Bo Bunny paper (red and tan), sewing machine, brads, Quickutz embossing folder, corner rounder
I also thought I would share a card I got recently from one of the heroes who I sent 300 cards to (left over from the card drive in the fall). She is an MD who is currently serving. Talk about amazing…
And a BIG thank you to Sandy, Fabre and the many others who devote so much time to bring smiles to so many faces. God bless ya to pieces.
I thought I would have a giveaway today in honor of CFH. Just leave a comment here by Monday at 11:59pmEDT telling me something that made YOU smile today (besides being part of this great hop!) and I will pick a winner of this bundle of great goodies, chosen by Colin…
And, again, be sure to stop by the Hero Arts blog on Monday for a really cool gift, another chance to play and more prizes… all in honor of Cards for Heroes.
Now it is time to hop to the next blog! Click HERE to go to Lisa Renea's blog. She is fabulously talented… don't miss it.
Thanks for stopping by.