Thursday

Hero Arts Trifold Cards


Morning Everyone,

I bought this Hero Arts stamp a couple months ago, and just didn't get around to using it yet! So yesterday I played a bit. I have never made a trifold card before, and kept goofing up the dimensions, wasted alot of paper! LOL....But in the end it all worked out! The patterned paper is from The Paper Loft, I am loving the polka dots. I stamped the flower on white c/s, then on the patterned paper, and cut out the petals and layered them over top with 3d foam tape. A brad from K & Co. is the center of the flower. The card does line up properly, but I guess I didn't have the ribbon tight enough for the photo! I have to say, I have been seeing this stamp used alot lately, and some gorgeous cards made with it, one of them must have inspired me to buy the stamp, and make this card!

My camera and I are starting to get along a BIT better....I have been practicing alot more, in hopes of learning how to take a decent picture! lol...I took a pic of this card as it would never scan well with the layering. I will get there! LOL

I have another card using different papers, and some more cards to upload later! Thanks for hanging in there with me everyone, I know it's slow going for me right now! I really appreciate your patience!

Have a wonderful day!
:)
Kim

21 comments:

Allison said...

A gorgeous creation!

Kelly said...

lovely card!

Birdbrain said...

Sweet! So glad you're back! Where did you and the flower girl find the miniature easels?

audrey h. said...

Kim...these are gorgeous. Love those petals :o)

1craftygal said...

OMG these are awesome! This stamp looks similar to the "doodle this" by SU. I just bought it too, so you know I'm gonna case your cards the best I can! LOL

Gillian Hamilton said...

Kim these cards are just GORGEOUS! love the colour of the first... Beautiful work!

and your photo's looks Brilliant!

Lisa said...

These are so pretty! I love the stamp. :)

manicstamper said...

Well how amazing is that......I just bought this stamp on Saturday. It's not my usual kind of stamp but it just caught my eye and I had to have it.
Don't think I will make any cards with it as gorgeous as yours though.....they are stunning.
Sheila-x-

Letap said...

I covet this stamp, but have not yet given in! Even if I do, the results will not be a brill as yours. Love em both. What a darling little easel too.

Rein said...

These are beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Just love this stamp too and what you have done with it, beautiful cards!
Connie
"Conniecrafter"

Louise said...

I just loves these cars kim

Amber said...

Love it! The flowers are so cute and fresh =)

Cora said...

I visited Barb's blog & found my way here Kim. I was trying to bring up your name on SS just yesterday but I wasn't getting it right. Wanted to tell you I miss your work. So glad I got to pop in here. I will be back

Aunt T said...

How pretty. You did such a nice job.

Teresa

Shadowcatcher said...

These are positively adorable. Just love your paper piecing with the Hero Arts flower. And those big brads are the perfect accent.

manicstamper said...

Kim-thank you so much for your lovely comment on my Haute Couture card.
The stamp is by a company called Clarity Stamps here in the UK.
She is nearly five inches tall so a lovely size.
The dress isn't patterned on the stamp.....she has been stamped onto a seperate piece of copier paper and the area of the dress cut out. Using this as a mask you then stamp any pattern through the mask onto the dress. I used a tiny daisy stamp from one of the Hampton Art little clear sets.
If you would like to have one of the stamps.......please let me know....I would love to send one to you as a RAK.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

gorgeous cards Kim!!! love the details!

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

This is fabulous - love these trifold cards!

jo capper-sandon said...

Really beautiful, Kim . Lovely and fresh, especially the first one.

Flower said...

Hello!!?? It's been over a month...get ta stampin' and postin', woman! I know you're stamping...now SHARE! lol

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