Today is my last day as a Hero Arts Hostess and this is a card I made to say thanks a million for the fantastic and fun time I’ve had over the past three months!
Hero Arts is the most amazing and generous company and I'm so happy that I came across them shortly after I started stamping - I have been a huge fan ever since! So for me it was an honour and an absolute pleasure to be a Hostess.
Stamps (Hero Arts) – Clouds, What’s Cooking, Just a Note Bird and Dolls
I applied faded jeans distress ink to the Clouds stamp, spritzed well with water and stamped on watercolour paper. I added an extra branch to the branch image as I wanted to cover up a seam in my sky! The little flowers each represent my sister hosti and friends – Linda, Sharon, Anita and Sally. I white embossed the apron on some pp and pieced the hearts.
I must have had flowers and blue skies in my mind from yesterday. We spent the whole day in Glendalough and enjoyed sunny weather, the company of good friends, a lovely picnic and a ramble – a great way to spend the day.
Some of the views along the route we took - my photos never do justice to the amazing scenery.
A herd of wild goats.
Some of the pretty wildflowers we came across
The ferns starting to unfurl.
On the way to the monastic settlement.
St Kevin’s Church or St Kevin's Kitchen
Glendalough Round Tower which stands 30m high.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!