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.
5 Replies to “Inspired by blooming spring trees!”
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 !
Loverly! I must admit, though, Lisa; I’m very inspired by YOU! :^)
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.
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!
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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