Hero Arts + Lawn Fawn blog swap week! Day 3 Video

Hello, everyone! We have an awesome treat for you this week! Lisa Spangler from Hero Arts and I are switching places! That’s right! She is creating for our blog, and I am creating for the Hero Arts blog. Lisa is one of the sweetest people on the planet, and we absolutely love our friends over at Hero Arts, so I think we are going to have a blast!
After you check out Lisa’s gorgeous project, make sure to head on over to the Hero Arts blog!
Also, in case you missed it, check out our first day post here and our second day post here!
Today is a video day! Woohooo! You can watch Lisa’s video here or at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Isn’t this card so gorgeous?! She used And a Partridge, Let it Snow and the Fa-La-La papers!

I am so in love with this card and her color scheme! Thank you so much for the card and video, Lisa!
Make sure to head on over to the Hero Arts blog, and say hello!
Oh, and on Friday we might just have a little giveaway, so make sure to check in then! 🙂

Other Supplies:
Zing aqua embossing powder, white embossing powder (Hero Arts)
colored pencils – prismacolor – white, peacock green, canary yellow
black permanent marker
foam tape
Tombow glue stick
Hero Arts paper in punch, kraft
Hero Arts tide notecard
Evergreen bough distress ink
Hero Arts green hills and ruby inks

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,


41 thoughts on “Hero Arts + Lawn Fawn blog swap week! Day 3 Video

  1. Such a cute card and fun video! I thought for sure when seeing it that the pears had been cut out and I couldn't figure out how she did it. I was amazed that it was colored with pencils and how it created such an optical illusion! Love it! 🙂

  2. That was snow much fun to watch! Thanks Lisa, for all the new cool tips I've never seen before. You might have created a monster–cuz now I want to try the reverse stamp image with all my stamps now. Thanks for making a video + your card is super super cute 😀

  3. I really, really like this card too, Lisa. All the attention to detail makes the card so special. I am going to try some of the tips you gave also. This is such a fun swap with two great companies! looking forward to more!!!!!!

  4. This is an adorable card and I really like the red and green shades you used! Thanks for the video, it helps to see how you put it all together and I get a lot of inspiration from both you and Kelly!

  5. I love the embossed tree – using the tree stamp backward to create a background is genius!
    Great effect with the snow all over the card too. Thanks for the video!

  6. Gorgeous card! Love the reverse tree stamping, and the definition you gave to the pears! Great job Lisa!!! I'm fighting an *evil* cold too, hope you're feeling better soon 🙂

  7. This is totally an amazing post Lisa. I soooo love this card. I thought the present card with owl was my fav, but now I think it is this one. Lol. I love it so much because of that sweet tree/w/bird and how the red pops. The techiques were amazing as well. I am sad to say that I don't have any of these stamps yet, but hope to soon. They sure make some amazing creations.

  8. Thanks Lisa, for this great video. I love watching them. What a great idea with turning over the star, to use the circle image from the back of that stamp! Thanks for the great inspiration. This is a sweet stamp set. Thanks for a chance to win some great goodies.

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