Saturday, May 23, 2015

Color Layering Hibiscus

Hero Arts new Color Layering stamps let you create images with added dimension
by layering colors of ink. A helpful chart can be found in the back of each set
to show you how to layer the stamps for best results.
I was eager to play with the hibiscus stamp, since the yellow variety happens to be
our state flower. Here are my projects--a card and pillow box.

I'll have to admit that the new Forest Floor background stamp is becoming a fast fave.
I love that the new 6x6" size lets you stamp your card with full coverage
in either landscape or portrait format.

It was perfect for the pillow box because only a single impression was needed per box.
After assembling, I tied the box with some twine and added a leaf,
a hibiscus, and sentiment.

I hope you'll give the Color Layering stamps a try. It's fun to create a variety
of images and have them on hand to add to a card or layout.
You can find all the Color Layering sets here in the Hero Arts Online Store.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Awesome projects, Donna. Your color choices are always perfect!! Beautiful hibiscus stamp.

  2. Perfection, sis! Love the colors you used on these flowers.

  3. You are BAD for the wallet, girl! What a gorgeous combination!!

  4. Gorgeous!!!!! I just got this set and haven't got the chance to play with it...LOVE seeing your samples with the pillow box, Donna!

  5. Stunning Donna. I'm just waiting for mine to arrive. You really have done an amazing job of the stamping.

  6. So pretty! Love your color choices!

  7. Donna! So beautiful! Well, you must make another in Yellow, please?
    =] Michele

  8. OH my gosh, Donna - absolutely gorgeous :-)

  9. This is lovely, Donne, but I was expecting to see a yellow one. I'm not as familiar with them so it would be a treat.

  10. Such a beautiful gift set, Donna! I really love this!!!

  11. Those flower are just gorgeous! The color is perfect!

  12. Oh Donna, these are just beautiful! Love that hibiscus bloom!

  13. Gorgeous...absolutely gorgeous! Now I want to travel to see the hibiscus in real life...

  14. It's been a while since I checked out Hero arts new stuff. I really am liking this, This I might need to order some new HA soon. Love those hibiscus flowers. :)