Monday, September 14, 2015

A Blog Named Hero - Happy Challenge!


Hello everyone,

A quick post today sharing with you my card for A Blog Named Hero challenge - Happy! I am late sharing this card as I was away over the weekend. But hey better late than never, right? 



The challenge requires you to make a happy card. You can have the word happy on your card or a card for a happy occasion or just a happy card. It is upto you.

This is my take on the challenge.

Happy Holiday Seasons #2


I decided to make a happy holiday card as I have started making Christmas cards for this year. I started with white heat embossing the images from Snow Much Joy stamp set from Hero Arts on Tim Holtz watercolour paper. The I coloured them and the background with Zig Clean Brush watercolour pens. I adhered this panel to the green card base. Now I am a bit obsessed with vellum over lay at the moment. So I have black heat embossed the sentiments from Snow Much Joy stamp set and Happy Stamp and Cut set which I combined to make my focal point. I added glossy accent behind the heat embossed sentiment to adhere the vellum panel on the card front. Finally accented with Pretty Pink Posh's Classic Christmas Sequins mix. Pretty Pink Posh is our collaborating partner.

Happy Holiday Season closeup

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8 comments:

Purvi Gadewar said...

Wonderful card...so cheery and fresh :D

Suchi said...

Such a beautiful card Gayatri...love the coloring and the vibrant colors.. :)
Suchi xx

Dawn Turley said...

a very HAPPY card Gayatri. It's really pretty.

Berina RGA said...

Love the background!! At this time, I'm also in love with the vellum overlays!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

Dixie Cravens said...

Oh my! This is beautiful! I usually steer away from cutesy images, but I love what you have done!

Dixie Cravens said...

Oh my! This is beautiful! I usually steer away from cutesy images, but I love what you have done!

Anita in France said...

What a gorgeous watercolour background, Gayatri ... so cute ... and fabulous with the vellum overlay! Anita :)

jan metcalf said...

The colors scream happy! Love them!