Hi and welcome to the Chameleon blog, featuring the Hero Arts Hostess Hop, with fabulous stamps from the new 2016 release and winter catalogue! you should of arrived here from Deborah Nolan‘s Blog.
Some of you may know that one of our design team used to be a Hero Arts Hostess, so when she was invited to take part in a reunion hop she couldn’t resist sharing it with all our Chameleon readers.
For this hop our hostess decided to mix the old with the new by creating projects with the new winter collection and also some projects using vintage throw back stamps from around the time she was a hostess. The projects have been created for all levels of crafter so hopefully there will be something for everyone and if you make it to the end of this post we have a prize up for grabs too!
Now for a bit of vintage Hero this cute Young Deer stamp D5234 was used to create a mini card/gift tag along with the Frames CL028 and Jolly Christmas stamp sets CL232.
You can see how easy this was to color using just the one Caramel Chameleon Pen by watching the video, YES YOU READ IT RIGHT – JUST ONE PEN!!!
Now back to this year, there are so many lovely stamps in the Vintage Wishes stamp set we couldn’t resist sharing more designs, these are for the intermediate or advanced crafter.
Finally one more vintage throwback using the Dogwood S5362 stamp this time showing how you can combine two opposite colors of pens and get great smooth blends.
We just love how easy it is to blend colors together with the Chameleon pen system!
Now we mentioned a prize?
As you made it to the end of this post here is what we will do, we will put everyone who comments below and also signs up for our free creative community into our hat and draw a winner for a 5 pen set of your choice, you can then try and see how great these pens are. You have until midnight GMT on the 31st October to comment and sign up. The winner will be announced in a Winner Wednesday post in the future on the blog.
We are your last stop on the hop today, thanks for joining us! Now pop back to the Hero Arts Blog to finish!