I’ve had this Hero Arts spring tree stamp for a long time now — the date on the stamp is 2000, and I’m pretty sure I got it when it first came out. I think it’s one of those sets that will never go out of style — anybody else out there have it?

Supplies: Hero Arts Nature’s Silhouettes (LL607) — this set of 4 Poetic Prints has a tree for each season, Spring Headline (C3987), 5 Petal Outline Daisy (E3822), Little Turns and Brads (CH115), Pastel Pink Little Greeting Card (PS422), and ribbon by American Crafts. VersaColor Petal Pink and Split Pea pigment ink.

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5 thoughts on “Inspired by blooming spring trees!”

  1. Gorgeous card Lisa ! I don’t own that stamp but I agree with you – some designs are so timeless !
    I’m stamping right now too . :-) I’m just waiting for my husband to phone ………….my son is in a magic competition and his division will be starting soon. Marc is going to let me know when to drive over so that I can cheer him on !

    Barbara

  2. Just love the combination of the pink and the green, Lisa!!! I do have that stamp set but have to confess that I have not used it. Your card inspires me to get it out and use it.
    And guess what…remember I asked you about those LYRA crayons???? Well I found and bought them. They also have these Gel watercolor crayons. Have you ever used those??? I got them as well but have not tried them out. Must find some time to experience with them.

  3. Hi Ingeborg!

    Glad you found some Lyra watercolor crayons!!! You’ll have fun with them, I just know it!

    Never heard of the Gel crayons, — you’ll have to let me know if you like them!

    — Lisa

  4. I have that set, too.
    I’ve used it a handful of times but obviously not enough!!!
    Time to break it out! Thanks for the inspiration.

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