Hello and welcome to the 5th Anniversary celebrations of ‘A Blog Named Hero’. I had the pleasure of working with the awesome team a couple of years ago and I’m so thrilled to be a part of the celebrations!
There are many guests, sponsors and special guests participating in the hop today and tomorrow. Yes, there would be a hop tomorrow too and different prizes to be won on both the days.
I made this cute card for the hop. I used my favorite random stamping technique and in rainbow colors.
Here are the stamp sets I used-
Spring Hello by Lia.
Year round sentiments.
Now to the prizes…
”A Blog Named Hero is so thankful for our wonderful sponsors and collaborating companies! Several companies decided to help us celebrate our fifth anniversary with giveaways and they were so generous that we decided to spread the love over both hop days with different prizes to be won each day! Giveaway prizes total more than $500! To win, leave a comment on each hop stop. We will select winners randomly from different blogs so the more blogs you visit each day, the greater your chances of winning! And be sure to visit A Blog Named Heroon Sunday for the list of Sunday hoppers and prizes! Comments must be left before 11:59 PM EDT on Tuesday, March 28th and winners will be announced on March 30th.”
Thanks to ‘A blog Named Hero’ for making me a part of their celebrations and I wish them all the success. Not only that but there is huge amount of effort that needs to be put in order to make this huge blog hop happen. Jessica, Lisa… you rock, girls!
I can tell that a lot of work went into making this fabulous card. All those little stamps have such perfect spacing that they look like the work of one big stamp. I'm going to have to give this technique a try!
This is a beautiful card and so many pretty colors! The florals are gorgeous! I host “always anything goes” challenges every Friday with lots of prizes and companies sponsoring me. Would love for you to join us and check us out! Hugs, Jo ♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥
Your background is flawless. I have a hard time doing backgrounds with small stamps, though I absolutely love them. I like how you laid your's out. I think I going to have to try your technique. Thanks for sharing.
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