So I have been sick lately and I've forgotten to share some things I've made. The following is a tag I made for my friend Donna. It was included in a package of scrapbooking goodies I sent her some weeks back. I used one of my favorite Hero Arts Clear Stamp sets that has the best butterfly images I've seen so far. I just love the butterflies on that set.I used magical micas from Lindy's Stamp Gang to color in the butterfly images, and distress ink as well as some Glimmer Mist, and Startdust stains for the background.
This next card I made for my friend Dale. She's a sweetheart. I used the stamp resist technique, using, again, one Hero Art stamp. This time it was a wood mounted rubber stamp. Did I tell you I absolutely LOVE Hero Arts? I you don't know it by know, let me tell you, I DO!
This next tag I made for my friend Kat from Canada. She is going through a lot lately (she has leukemia), and I sent her a few goodies together with this tag to make her smile. I am so happy to say that FINALLY they've found a match for her to be able to get a bone marrow transplant soon, and we are all so excited for the new possibilities this may offer to her.
I used another wood mounted rubber stamp made by guess who? Yep, Hero Arts! I love this Dogwood stamp. I used Magical Micas to color in the images and some distress ink to do the background. The charm, I bought at Michael's some time ago.
This final tag, I made for my friend Krista from Ohio. She's super funny and just had a pacemaker "installed". The girl is a trooper. A week after the surgery she went to an American Idol concert!
I used a doily which I distressed with distress inks, some Websters Pages trim, Prima bling, and another butterfly from my favorite Hero Arts Clear Stamp set :o)
The charm is another one I bought from Michael's and it hangs from a Making Memories garment pin.
I hope you enjoyed these projects, and as always, thank you in advance for all your sweet comments. Remember to click on "follow" button at the top right of this blog to follow my creations. Hope you have a great rest of the weekend!