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A2z Scrapbooking and Heat Embossing on Kraft

Hi Everyone,

this is Cornelia here today using one of those cool Hero Arts background stamps - the Triangle Background (CG662). You can make really quick cards with those. I also love geometric patterns - so this is just up my alley!

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As you can see, I heat embossed it in white and then took my Inktense pencils and colored random triangle in rainbow colors. Cut the Kraft card stock slightly smaller than my card base and added the heat embossed sentiment  - its from am older Hero Arts set - also a geometric one....called So Kind (CL672). Could not resist and added some bling from my stash.  As you see - quick and easy. I like it! Perhaps you do, too :)

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Triangle Background Cg662So Kind CL672

I hope you will get a chance to join our monthly challenge - its all about embossing paste.  Remember - Hero Arts Products are required.  This challenge runs though the end of the month. You have a chance to win a $25 gift card to the a2z Scrapbooking Store.

The a2z Scrapbooking store  takes care of all your Hero Arts needs. You can also custom order from the store and the best thing - if you use code Cornelia15 at checkout you receive 15% off your purchase of $25 or more (before tax and shipping) - how do you like that?  And don’t forget that we are on TwitterInstagram and Facebook.  Follow us on these different social media outlets so you won’t miss out on any fun promotions!

By the way - the  new Holiday release is now in the store  - here is a little sneak peek

 
Linking up with:
Mod Squad - Heat Emboss
Craft Stamper Magazine TIMI challenge - pencils - colored the triangles with pencils

Share Our Badge on Your Blog! Take It, Make It Challenge   PopUp_logofinalV3

That’s it for today! Hope you have a fab day! Happy Stamping!

Comments

Such a clever card, Cornelia. Hope you're having a great weekend, sweetie!

Love and hugs
Maarit
!neke said…
I think it is beautiful !
hellerlittle said…
sieht wieder mal klasse aus und scheint wirklich nicht viel Aufwand gebraucht zu haben....
du kannst das eben :o)
LG hellerlittle
conil said…
White embossing and bold color on kraft...who doesn't love that? This looks like a winner to me.
Nonni said…
So stylish, Cornelia!
Anita in France said…
I more than like it, Cornelia ... I love it! Graphic and gorgeous with rainbow colours ... sigh ... fantastic! Hugs, Anita :)
Judy Woodland said…
Oh my gosh - I am in LOVE with that stamp!!! And you did an awesome job with it - love white embossing on kraft. And then those touches of color - just spectacular. I love everything about this card!! Great take on the challenge, thanks so much for playing along this week at the Mod Squad Challenge
Unknown said…
Wow! Love the jeweled tones on Kraft....so pretty!
papierelle said…
Das sieht grandios aus!!
LG Gundi
Karren said…
Oh wow! This is stunning! Love this geometric image and how you've showcased it.
Becca Cruger said…
Just saw this in the Mod Squad gallery and thought - whoa! That's cool! So I had to come tell you that WHOA! This is cool! :)
cm said…
Your embossed and randomly colour triangles make for an amazing card. I'm entirely smitten with this!
Hugs~c
Manuela said…
sehr schöne Karte, der HA Stempel ist klasse!
shirley-bee said…
Love the pops of colour on the kraft/white panel. Cornelia! Thanks for playing along at Craft Stamper Take It, Make It!
Linda said…
What a fabulous background stamp .... I love the random coloured triangles and the white embossing looks great on kraft card. Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper challenge .... Good luck! Linda xx
ElizabethR said…
Great use of colour with that stamp love it. Thanks for joining in with us the Take It Make It challenge, Elizabeth x
Kathy said…
Love all the fabulous triangular facets.The embossing emphasizes all the lines to show off the colors you chose.It looks like a gorgeous mosaic. Great choice for the Pop Up Challenge.Thank you for being part of the Pop Up Challenge. Sorry for the delay in commenting. Hugs, Kathy

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