Thursday, March 12, 2020

Heffy Friends Blog Hop!

Hello everyone and welcome to the Heffy Friends Blog Hop! Today we are celebrating the new Heffy Doodle release with some great inspiration and a giveaway, too!



This is a super fun release with lots of GORGEOUS products for a variety of styles. I have 5 cards for you today, so without further ado....let's start :)

For my 1st card, I used the adorable Otter side stamps and dies along with the Scalloped Square Masquerade, Wave to Me and Stormy Seas stencils.



I started by first putting the scallop square stencil onto my mat layer, then I put the wave stencil on top and sponged distress inks to it. I then stamped, colored and die-cut the images. The cute otter has a cut in the die to tuck in the little heart. How clever right?



I then assembled everything together and applied some clear sparkle pen to the heart and the wave.

For my 2nd. card, I used this adorable Otter stamp and dies along with the Stormy Seas stencil, Stitched Slopey Joes Border dies, Swirly Clouds dies, Sun Moon and Stars dies.

I sponged some distress inks to create my background. I then stamped, colored and die-cut the images. I cut the sun and colored it using copic markers. For the sand, I cut the slopey Joes Border and applied WOW! Sparkling Sand embossing powder to it. I also applied some of the same embossing powder to the rock image. Now, I die-cut the clouds





and assemble everything together. To finish add a bit of sparkle onto the heart and the sun :)

For the 3rd. card, I created the background panel by sponging some distress oxide and inks to the panel, then I run it through the die-cutting machine using the Stitched Heart Background die. I then die-cut the panel using the Stitched Heart die.

Stamp, color and die-cut the image. Die-cut the I Love You words, emboss using embossing powder. Die-cut a few leaves from the Amazonian Leaves dies and color them.



To assemble the card, first adhere the heart to the cardbase. Now apply 3d foam to the negative part of the layer and adhere it to the card. Adhere the rest of the images and die-cuts.



Cute! Right?

For my next card, I used the GORGEOUS Wonderfully Woven stencil and let the background shine. I then stamped and embossed various sentiments from the More Classic Sentiments set onto black card. I sponged some distress inks to the card layer. I then applied some DIY embossing glitter paste to it through the stencil. To make the embossing paste, I took some translucent embossing paste and mixed some clear glitter to it. Remove stencil and let this piece dry.



Love the subtle sparkle.



Assemble everything together.

For my last card, I used the pretty Quilted Heart Background Die to create the background. I then die-cut this delicate frame from silver cardstock using Skinny Circle Frame dies. I then adhered vellum behind the frame to create a muted base for the sentiment focal image. I die-cut the shadow of the sentiment using white cardstock and the word using pink cardstock.



Apply clear sparkle pen to the words.



Assemble everything together. You can check out all the HEFFY Doodle products HERE in the shop.

PRIZES AND GIVEAWAY

To celebrate the new release Heffy Doodle will be giving away a £50 voucher to the Heffy Doodle Store! Make sure to comment on each stop in the hop to be entered for your chance to win. The winner will be selected randomly and announced on the Heffy Doodle blog on March 19th!

Here is the full hop order:

Heffy Doodle Blog

Thanks for dropping by! Have a nice day!

25 comments:

Teri said...

Your cards are adorable!

Andre M. said...

Ocean themes are my fave and your otter cards are so adorable. Beautiful combos on your blended panels and your quilted card is gorgeous.

Lauryne Cunningham said...

What cute cards! I love the otters!

Mirella said...

Wow, so many sweet cards, love them! The little hedgehog one is my favourite!

Sarah Seals said...

Your cards are absolutely fabulous, Isha! Looks like you had a lot of fun! Thank you so much for sharing!

Chandhini said...

So many wonderful cards, love each one of them.
Love how you used embossing powder to give sand look.

Catherine said...

Lots of beautiful cards! I just love the pretty distress ink background on your second otter card, and the your last card is so sweet with the pretty quilted heart background die.

Mary Holshouser said...

Fantastic collection of cards.
The sea otters remind me of my
trip to Alaska. So cute.
thanks for sharing
txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

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Jeanne Beam said...

Such adorable cards! The critters are so cute.
Thanks so much for sharing.

sharon g said...

Your hedgehog card is particularly adorable.

tee.lou said...

So glad I found your blog doing this hop.

Shar Z said...

Marvelous cards. Great ideas.

Wendi J said...

So many adorable cards. Love the color scheme in the second one. Those stencils are on my wish list.

Karriane Goodwill said...

Wonderful cards. I especially love the rainbow blending on the card with the diy glitter paste.

Beata (@craftybee34) said...

i love all these cards! They are fabulous, especially the rainbow blended background!

JourneyCoachJenn said...

Your blending is absolutely beautiful! Love them all!

Ms. Tamp said...

Good use of stencils. I like the wave look of the second card.

Subhashini said...

Love the Stencilling!! Thanks for the awesome inspiration

DorothyA said...

So many beautiful cards. This is a wonderful blog hop!

Nunzia Carusio said...

Different cards, different layouts but all gorgeous creations!

Sue D said...

Cute and sweet cards. I like the colors and the adorable critters.

cghundley said...

Darling bunch of cards!
Love the backgrounds
and coloring.
Carla from Utah

Mary-Anne V said...

Such fabulous cards...I love the cute hedgehogs and the otters!

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

All very good work. The otters card is adorable. I like how you "inserted" the heart into the otter's arm. Clever.