welcome to the HERO ARTS + ALTENEW PARTNERS BLOG HOP. You are arriving from Michelle Short's blog (a list of all the participants is available at the bottom of this post for your convenience).
Today, i am so excited to take part of this awesome collaboration, as Hero Arts and Altenew have joined forces to create the new Bloom & Grow stamp and die set as part of the Hero Arts 45th Anniversary.
The large floral image combined with the soft handwritten sentiments are perfect for cards, journals, and in my case Scrapbook pages.
As soon as i open the stamp set, i had the idea of combining color, size and dimension to create a new layout in my family album (Citrus Twist Kits).
Started with a pink cardstock background, and added a center panel to the page. Here, i used the Altenew Black Obsidian Pigment ink to stamp the large floral images at the corners of the page.
Next, i used one of the script font sentiments to create the title by embossing it with Altenew's clear embossing powder. I also extended the embossing detail to the pink area of the stamped flowers, thus making them stand out on the pink background.
For the other side of the page, I used the Bloom & Grow stamp and die set to create a single blossom -from the same pink cardstock as the adjacent page- and a few sets of leaves which i color using Altenew's Artist Markers (set D, set E).
I wanted to take advantage of the size of the blossom, so i printed my pictures to fit within the width of the page. All i needed was a few extra stickers and enamel dots to complete the page.
I love how this turned out, the new Bloom & Grow stamp and die set is beautiful and perfect for creating Scrapbook layouts. Cannot wait how you are going to use the stamp set.
As part of the celebration, HERO ARTS and ALTENEW are holding a small GIVEAWAY along with this blog hop:
There will be 3 prizes, drawn from comments left across the blog hop:
- One winner will receive the stamp set!
- One winner will receive a $25 shopping spree at Altenew
- One winner will receive a $25 shopping spree at Hero Arts
GOOD LUCK everyone!
Remember to check the stamp and die set at HERO ARTS, you are going to love what you create with this design.
Now it is time to continue the Blog Hop, your next stop is Nichol Spohr. You can always return here or start at the Hero Arts blog to complete the loop. Here is a list of all the participants:
Nathalie DeSousa << You are Here
Nathalie DeSousa << You are Here
As always, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions on how this came together. And now you are off to check more inspiration.
What a fabulous way to incorporate your art.ReplyDelete
Beautiful examples. Showcases the uses of this stamp set - using color and no color!ReplyDelete
Oh how sweet. I love how you colored the flower. The shading is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous layout! I especially like the way the black outline of the flowers on the left hand page go off the page, thru the rings of the binder.ReplyDelete
Beautiful scrapbook page. Love the colors.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing...
your layout is so pretty, Nathalie - especially like the left side of your album with the outline of pink with the black outline of flowers. this is my favorite HA collaboration stamp yet - can't wait to get it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful floral pages :)ReplyDelete
I love this with the black and white photos!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Great flower. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
this layout is awesome - love the layoutReplyDelete
This is beautiful and the versatility of this stamp set is amazing!ReplyDelete
This large flower definitely lends itself as a perfect stamp/element for a scrapbook layout!! Beautiful layout!ReplyDelete
Lovely layout!! Love the colors you used!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous layout!! Love the use of colored and uncolored flowers togetherReplyDelete
A beautiful layout! The use of a colored bloom and the outlined flower really adds something special!ReplyDelete
nice layout. thanks as always for sharing.ReplyDelete
I love this new set. So pretty!!! Thank you for sharing!!!!ReplyDelete
Love what you did. So lovely!ReplyDelete
Very pretty layout!!ReplyDelete
Very pretty journal pages - I love your different uses of the blooms!ReplyDelete
Great use of that big beautiful bloom!ReplyDelete
Stunning layout. I like the idea of combining colored and non colored images.ReplyDelete
such a pretty pinkish bloom with sun-kissed leaves.ReplyDelete
I love the way you incorporated the blooms onto your pages! Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
The way you have incorporated this stunning flower on your pages is really gorgeous! I love the stamping over the pink and white of the pages! Thanks so much for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Oh wow! Love this stamp in your album!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!!! Love this flower weather it's colored or not colored!ReplyDelete
Stunning journal spread. Such a beautiful design and the balance of elements and color really enhance the photo.ReplyDelete
The gorgeous stamp is perfect for journals! I love your beautiful album page.ReplyDelete
Awesome collaboration between Hero Arts and Altenew! Great inspiration, I especially love your coloring on the second page of the journal layout!ReplyDelete
I love this! Thanks for sharing! Great page layout!ReplyDelete
Hi Nathalie :) It was lovely to see the beautiful stamp set used in another setting!!! I'm going to try and incorporate stamping into my scrapbooking soon! Thanks for inspiring me :)ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: great project. email@example.comReplyDelete
Amazing layout and love the colors. Really like how you fitted the blossoms and photos all together! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete