Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Simon Says: Add a Sentiment!

It's Wednesday and that means it's time for a new Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

This week Simon Says: Add a Sentiment!  The design team is featuring always amazing Hero Arts Products! It isn't a requirement to use them but if you have them we would love to see them!

Come join in on the fun, you have the chance of winning a $50 gift card to the fantastic Simon Says Stamp store!

I simply adore this Tin of Brushes woodblock stamp by Hero Arts! Woodblock stamps have always been my favorite, they stamp beautifully! I have had it for a while and this was the time to stamp it!

I colored the bulk of my stamp with my Copic Markers and decided to use my Dina Wakely paints for the tips in rainbow colors. I really love the way it turned out! Once all the paint was dry, I added some glossy accents to shine it up and some white gel pen accents.

For my sentiments, I chose one of my favorite Simon Says Stmap die cuts the scripty Friends die and the secondary sentiment is by Hero Arts (embossed using Tonic embossing powder).

I paired it with this super fun Honey Bee pattern paper which matched my paint colors beautifully! I finish it off with some Studio Katia gems.

I made a second card for this weeks challenge, I received my last Simon Says Stamp order last Thursday and it included this gorgeous bouquet by Hero Arts. It needed to be colored, lol!

I colored it in with my favorite Copic Markers and die cut it using my Avery Elle Wonky Stitched Rectangle die.  I added some splatters for added texture in Black Soot Distress Paint and my Finetec Gold water-colour paint.

I used my Simon Says Stamp Antique Gold embossing powder for the sentiment from the same stamp set. I added some white gel pen detail and the same Studio Katia gems! I am really happy with the way they both turned out!

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1 comment:

  1. That can of artsy stuff is a wonderful image, Kim, and your coloring really brought it to life! Love it! Never thought I'd say it, but it even upstages the gorgeous posy card, imho!