using Hero Arts Stripes Background...clever girl Jill coloured each stripe with markers and misted with water before stamping....a new technique to try
I must confess that I stalked the Hero Arts Flickr Group for a long time before I plucked up the courage to post my first card......mainly because they are all so wickedly talented but once I took the plunge they made me feel so welcome...they are the loveliest kindest friendliest group of girls and indeed it is truly the Hero Arts Flickr Family....they are so caring and supportive and all too willing to help each other out with personal or crafty problems.. And you know what....I just knew that they would be lovely folks...after all they are crafters and fans of the best stamp company in the world with fabulous products and great customer service...my beloved HERO ARTS. Sadly I don't have as much time as I would like to leave comments on all their stunning creations....if only someone would stretch the days out to 48 hours...life would be perfect. And if like me you love Hero Arts....pop over for some wonderful inspiration from my buddies in the Hero Arts Flickr Family and with 3136 members....that is a ton of inspiration.
Will be back tomorrow bright and early to join in the fun over at WOYWW...that is if I manage to find my way out from under a mass of templates....card... paper...snowflakes and ribbon...commonly known as KITTING.
Not forgetting the sleeps countdown.....only
sleeps until I meet up with all my lovely crafty buddies at the SECC
sleeps until I will be painting the town red in the Big Apple
and last but not least
sleeps until Carol and I are getting down and dirty with TH.....in the crafty sense of the word of course....whatever did you think I meant.
Hugs Kath xxx