What could be better than using dies, embossing folders and Silhouette images on a scrapbook page? How about using them with Hero Arts stamps!
Hero Arts is an industry leader in the world of stamping. They exude creativity and are pretty darn amazing people to work with! Seriously. They are considered the innovator in the stamp, cardmaking and scrapbooking markets. The company turns 35 years old in 2009 and remains passionate about stamping, they are obsessed with quality, and ever-so dedicated to their customers. Hero Arts is also a certified green business and all of their stamps are manufactured with care in the USA. Gotta love that!
We are so excited to bring you a week filled of pages and projects using products from both QuicKutz and Hero Arts. Our little designers have been busy stamping and punching and gluing until their fingers have turned blue! Or wait, maybe that’s from the blue stamping ink. ;)
Every day this week, we will be sharing some fabulous ideas from this little design factory and there will also be giveaways on both the QuicKutz blog and the Hero Arts blog! And not only that, each giveaway will have products from both companies! Yahoo! Who doesn’t like free stuff? And at the end of the week here on the QK blog will be our big mamma of the giveaways!
Want to see some fun stuff now? Okay!
This page is brought to you by none other than the uber-talented Loni Stevens! Love how she used the cityscape on her page! It almost makes it look like a storybook. Pay close attention to all her little details–from stitching, to gems, to adding text onto her photographs. Love it!
QuicKutz Silhouette: Cityscape_1314 and Title
Hero Arts stamps: Modern Lines (on the brown) and Raindrops Background (on the green)
Other: Cardstock, Bazzill Basics. Gems, Imaginesce.
How about this darling baby boy card by the amazing Jen Gallacher! Not only is she talented in scrapbooking, but she is so fast! I love all the animal stamps she framed inside a Silhouette circle border. Great idea!
QuicKutz Silhouette: Triangle_Border_Tiny_1259 and Circle_Border_1411
Hero Arts: Precious Baby and Designer Alphabet stamps
Other: Ink, Versamark and Inque Boutique. Embossing powder and markers, Inque Boutique. Copper attachment, We R Memory Keepers. Gingham ribbon, Li'l Davis Designs. Blue patterned paper, Pebbles Inc.
Thanks for sharing your amazing creations ladies!
Giveaway? Did someone say giveaway? Why yes, we did! One random winner will win these three stamps from Hero Arts. How cool are they?
Another random winner will get these super fun dies and 12" embossing border from QK!
We will draw the two winners first thing Tuesday morning, so make sure you leave a comment in today’s post and you’ll be eligible to win!
What an incredible week we have in store! Stay tuned to both the Hero Arts and QuicKutz blog. It’s a week you won’t want to miss! And be sure to visit the Hero Arts blog today, because today is their “big mamma” of giveaways!
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Kerri Bradford and I’m fairly new to the QK company, but I’ve been in the scrapbooking business for about 10 years working with Lisa Bearnson on QVC pages and designing for Creating Keepsakes’ Kit of the Month program.
QK has always been one of my favorite companies to work with. How fortunate for me that they took me on to do some designing for their Silhouette . . . and I’m having a ball! I’m very passionate about the Silhouette and the instant gratification that comes from using it–and designing for it! I don’t think there’s any other product of any kind on the market that can have the “production time” like we have for Silhouette. Something trendy, right here, right now? We can make something for it and have it out within a month. Now that’s fast!
You’ll be hearing from me all week here on the QK blog. You can also check out my blog this week because I'll be sharing a few more things . . . and you never know . . . I might just have to give something away too! As a Silhouette image designer . . . I got connections. ;)
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