You've Been Spotted!
Good morning! It's time for another "Spotted" feature and this one is extra special! We are featuring the brand new design team over at the A Blog Named Hero challenge blog. Their team will be bringing you lots of monthly Hero Arts inspiration along with fun challenges so be sure to check them out!
First up is this stunning card by Joy featuring our cute turtle from Carry the World. The ink blended background creates the perfect environment for the turtle and we keep finding new things to focus on every time we look at her card. Did you see the little weather patterns in the ocean on the turtle's shell?
You'll have to click on Anne-Laure's name to get the full effect of her cool cards! She adds fun animated effects to create moving scenes that really make her cards come alive. The Sunflower Fields HeroScape combined with the Starry Night Brushstroke Bold Prints background creates this awesome Van Gogh-inspired masterpiece!
We're heading towards spring (finally!) in the northern hemisphere but this card by Rosie almost has us wishing we're back in the fall again. We love the soft colors of the Autumn Bouquet Fancy Dies against that dark background. Fall perfection!
Speaking of seasons, maybe we are ready for summer after all! These cheery cards by Kate have us wishing we were sitting on that sandy beach. She paired Color Layering Waves with Color Layering Sea and Sky to create these gorgeous scenes. And we love that extra sandy touch!
Who's hungry? We are, but we think these adorable sushi cards by Anna are just too cute to eat! She added little faces to the yummy Soy Awesome stamps and now they're looking at us! The bright and sunny ink blending behind her scenes just makes these cards pop.
Yep, we're back in a spring mood with Meg's sweet card featuring our sold out January chubby bumblebees! Maybe they'll get to make a reappearance during the vote for the favorite kit of the year. ;) We love that fun abstract background paired with her beautiful coloring of the bees and flowers.
Teri is bringing us back with an oldie but goodie stencil and Stamp & Cut set. The Glorious Petals stencil is a longtime favorite and pairs perfectly with some bold and bright watercoloring and the Love Stamp & Cut.
Our favorite bees are back and this time Essie paired them with the Honey Pot Fancy Dies to create this cute interactive shaker. We love the touch of sparkle on the bee's wings that matches the shiny sequins.
And last but certainly not least, we have this lovely ink-blended card by the founder of A Blog Named Hero, Linda! She paired the Color Layering Dragonfly with some soft spot blending with beautiful results. The little pop of blue on her Congrats Happy Stamp & Cut is the perfect finishing touch.
We hope you'll join the A Blog Named Hero team for their Hero Arts inspired challenges! We'll be back next month with more favorites. So get to creating and share your creations on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, your blog...we'll be looking everywhere! ;)