Spring Blossoms + Happy May Day!


It’s Shari’s week over on the Hero Club Blog, and her theme is “May Flowers” — you’ve gotta check it out if you haven’t already — she has some fantastic creations!  She asked me to play along, and I instantly thought of using Hero’s new Spring Blossoms Japanese washi paper.  This paper is sooooo yummy!  Especially the pink one, which has a neat-o pearly shine to it.  YUM.

I also decided to emboss some more flowers on the card for that extra “little something” — but boy was it hard to photo!


Full instructions + materials here.  Oh and there’s also a giveaway going on there that you don’t want to miss!  It’s the set that I used for the embossed flowers +  the message — a great set, so fun!

Happy May Day!  Can’t believe May is here already, can you?

17 thoughts on “Spring Blossoms + Happy May Day!”

  1. VERY cute, Lisa! I ended up not getting the Flip, but another comparable camera by Insignia.  I like it, but need to play with it much more!  Thanks for the info!

  2. i LOVE this card, lisa!  the embossing really adds a great touch.  happy may day to you, too!  (no, i can’t believe it’s may already… ugh!)

  3. This is gorgeous – I’m so excited about HA’s new paper line.  Do you think they’ll make more?  I love the added gems, such a perfect touch.

  4. I can never, ever get over how talented and clever you are! I am so very glad you decided to step out from CS and come over to HA. (Yes, I know you tend to their website needs, etc, but I see you as a professional artiste first and foremost!)

  5. Lisa, you are truly the best at using those doll stamp sets. I would never have thought of adding the clear embossing. Thank you for the inspiration.

  6. oh my goodness. This is adorable. I love that little girl stamp. And the “extra flowers” are really neat. Love how you made them!
    great job!

    Glad you are “back”~

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