Hi everyone, happy Wednesday!
Christmas is without a doubt my favourite holiday to create cards for. For some reason it feels like my creativity is let off its leash even more so that usual. I completely mix it up in terms of styles, and it feels a bit like anything goes – colours, techniques, traditional, modern, funky, vintage, cute, religious… it’s just so much fun and brings me so much joy.
Working with products from my favourite companies is also something I love doing even more so at Christmas. I love bringing out some of my seasoned favourites, sometimes pairing them with newer goodies, and other times letting them shine on their own. They’re like old friends I get to welcome only once a year, and spending time with them is as easy as slipping on a favourite pair of mittens.
Today’s cards are a perfect marriage of one of my favourite companies – Hero Arts, who very kindly and generously offered me an opportunity to Guest Design for them this month (they probably heard my screams of excitement all the way from there… ) – with some brand new goodies, and some favourite techniques to boot. The result is a trio of beauties that showcase Hero’s products perfectly…
This is just one shot of these cards – you can find many more images, close-ups and a description of how I made them over at the Hero Arts blog (squeal!), where I’m guesting today! This is a dream come true for me, so I’d truly appreciate you hopping over there and taking a look! See you there!
13 thoughts on “Christmas Cards With Hero Arts”
Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas on the most wonderful time of the year!
Beautiful cards and great ideas. Thanks for sharing!
There is a lot of depth to them, for single layer cards!! Going to Hero Arts now to find out your secret.
so creative and fun!
Very fun and inspirational. I love seeing so much talent and willingness to share.
Hero arts has great products and you have showcased them beautifully! And now we want them to use! Yea!
Absolutely beautiful!!!! WOW!!!
These are stunning!
Three stunning cards Taheerah! Off to check out the Hero Arts blog now …
YAY You!!!!!!!! These are absolutely GORGEOUS.