Friday, August 3, 2018

Hero Arts Tiger Lily and Infinity Dies

I made a tag to say hello, but then I wanted to experiment with colors, some were successful and some not so much.

First up is my hello tag.  With the tiger Lily stamp set, I like all the sentiments in this stamp set and I think they will be well used.  .  I also ordered the suggested ink cube pack, Desert Sun for stamping the flower.  I used Dandelion for the bottom stamp, Tangerine for the middle and Strawberry for the top stamp.

Order of stamping:
Lay the Spiral Stencil over the tag and sponge with Dandelion ink.
No masking because the same color ink is used on the bottom flower layer.
Stamp in order (stamping order on back of stamp set packaging.
Stamp sentiment.

You can use any stencil with the same color as the bottom layer of the flower without masking.


I die cut more tags to use as samples of different Distress Inks used to ink the Tiger Lily.  I wanted to use different inks to see which color combinations I might like to use in the future.  
I'll start with a couple iffy combos and you never know if a background can save an image. 

Hero Arts has featured the Tiger Lily in a video on July 10, 2018 here using different Hero Arts inks.  If you want this stamp, you should check out all my images (last two I fell in love with) as well as Yana's video at Hero Arts.

Check out the challenge at A2Z Scrapbooking.

The three inks listed below each tag photo are the distress inks 
used in bottom to top order used for each tag. some of these are not as bad as they look at first glance.  A bit of work may be required, but I don't waste.

     
mustard seed, fossilized amber, ground espresso    tattered rose, wilted violet, dusty concord 

          

worn lipstick, victorian velvet, ground espresso      tattered rose, victorian velvet, ground espresso

This is a bit messy, but I like the colors.  I think it's a good color match.

mustard seed, carved pumpkin, ripe persimmon

worn lipstick, ripe persimmon, candied apple

My fingers made orange marks at the bottom of this card, but this is a decent color combo.
broken china,faded jeans, blueprint sketch

I decided to use white embossing on the last two tags for the top layer.  I think this turned out quite striking.  


broken china, blueprint sketch, HA white embossing powder


ripe persimmon, candied apple, HA white embossing powder

 This inspiration post can be seen at A2Z Scrapbooking.

Be sure to check out the new Hero Arts Winter products at 
I personally can't wait to receive my order.  Have fun shopping!  

Please join us in this month’s "Anything Goes" challenge.   As you know, we’ve changed our rules a bit and participants are no longer required to use Hero Arts products to enter our challenges. Each month we feature a ‘Digi of the Month’ which will be the prize offered to our randomly-chosen challenge winner from our Hero Arts store. Our current monthly challenge can always be found in the menu bar, and runs from the 1st to last day of the month
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  • Hero Arts color layering Tiger Lily stamp set at A2Z Scrapbooking
  • Hero Arts ink cube set Desert Sun - you can custom order this set through A2Z Scrapbooking
  • Hero Arts Infinity dies - Nesting Tag Dies (you can custom order through A2Z)
  • Distress Inks - specific inks under each tag
  • Hammermill paper
  • Vagabond die cut machine
  • Matching Hero Arts Color Layering Tiger Lily Frame Cuts die is available at A2Z

I am participating in the challenge at 

World Wide Open Design Team Challenge - “Anything Goes” July 15-Aug 12









4 comments:

Cindy C. said...

Thanks for sharing Arlene! You're right some works better than others, and I really like the last two combinations too.

Karen L K said...

Nice Arlene! Thanks for sharing all those color combos. It gives us a big head start. I like your choices of favorites.

Nana Connie said...

Beautiful tags, Arlene! It's wonderful to see you playing along in our "Anything Goes" challenge at World Wide Open DT this month. this week. Good luck in the draw.
NanaConnie DT

vaiybora said...

Really a beautiful blog.It is very astonishing and marvelous design.

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