After months and months of focusing heavily on one-layer cards, I find my scrap paper drawer is as full as it's ever been. Expect to see lots of two-layer, white-on-white cards in the coming months as I work through the pile.
This hexagon border stamp comes from Hero Arts Borders and Arrows set, and it's stamped in a light bluish gray. I stamped it three times on the scrap, then added the sentiment (Hero Arts Year Round Sentiments) in black.
At that point, I was stumped. What would make that design look interesting? Coloring was out of the question because the outlines were too light and thin...no tolerance for my klutzy coloring. (I prefer coloring inside thick, black lines that hide my sloppiness!)
At the time, round bling just didn't seem appropriate with the hexagonal shapes, although looking at it now, I suspect it would work just fine. Angles love curves, after all.
When I'm stuck for an idea, I generally peruse my embellishment drawers, and when I got to the red drawer, I saw these fun heart gems and thought, "Why not?"
Indeed. Hexes and hearts.
Won't this be a perfect card for a soldier, sailor, airman, or marine to send to his/her significant other? It's already been sent to OWH.
And that's all I have to say about that.
stamps: Hero Arts Borders and Arrows, Year Round Sentiments
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: red heart rhinestones, dimensionals, corner rounder