A blog Named Hero September 2021 Challenge

Hey friends !

So happy to find you here ! Thanks for coming.
Today is the new challenge on A Blog Named Hero and the theme is  » Clean & Simple « .
As you may know, my cards are not very simple but it was very fun to give this a try and I loved it.
Find a way to make something clean & simple and you’re card is done in no time at all.

We are having a Hop on Instagram ( you can check on the account @ablognamedhero), we’ll be happy to read your comments and feel your support.
We are sharing all of the cards our team from A Blog Named Hero made for this new challenge and, give you some inspiration to participate. 🙂

Can’t wait to see your creations !

I am going to share here the details about my card from the Hop.

The links are affiliate ones, so if you buy from my blog, I will be happy to have a commission, and you won’t pay more than you would do directly on the website.
It’s very helpful for me and my work, thank you for encouraging me.

Let’s go back to my card.

I began to stamp the strawberries on Hero Arts white cardstock using pale tomato ink for the first layer, then I used royal red ink for the second layer which is a shadow.
I got those colors in a ink set and in the July monthly kit, but while I was preparing this article, I find that if you prefer small ink cubes, you can find both in this set : rose petals dye cubes.

For the leaves part, I first used Key Lime Fizz reactive ink ( I got mine from the amazing kit from
July 2020, as there were 5 mini reactive ink cubes in the kit, it worth the value !) and then for the second leaves layer, I used Green apple reactive ink. If you like mini ink cubes, or your want to try the reactive inks (my favourite ones), Hero Arts just released the new sets of 4 mini ink cubes.
You have the 2 greens that I used here in this set : nature palette reactive inks .

The beautiful strawberries are done, as I didn’t have the strawberry frame cuts, I fussy cut them with a pair of scissors but it would have been better with the die. 🙂

For the second part, I die cut two circles with the circle infinity dies
One from Kiwi cardstock and a bigger one from Cranberry cardstock.

I glued the stawberries with some precision glue on the Kiwi cardstock and then glued it on the Cranberry cardstock.

To finish the card I cut and folded Hero Arts white cardstock to create my card base.
I stamped my sentiment from the same stamp set on the card using green apple reactive ink.

I glued the circle on my card and that’s it ! So fun to create and it’s a nice card to send to someone to create a smile. 🙂

I hope you enjoyed this time here and that you’ll have fun creating cards too.

Take care.


Hello and welcome here for our August challenge with A Blog named Hero !

First of all, I hope you’re doing good and that you have or will have time to create, as it’s so good for the mental. Summer is here, so another amazing thing for those who can, is seeing your family and/or friends. I really wish you all to have an amazing summer time.

Our theme this month is to make “Background basics” and I love so much making backgrounds. I have a ton of backgrounds that I’ve made but I didn’t turn them into cards because I just loved the process of trying many technique to make just backgrounds.
I told myself that I would need to chose a day to turn many of them into cards so they could have a better life than waiting in a drawer. 😊

The card I’m sharing with you today is so simple to achieve but the finished card is stunning.

I really hope you’ll like it.

So here is the card that I made.

I took a ton of picture to show you the steps to color the hummingbird, as the background is so simple to make.
And here we go with all the steps.

First, stamp the Color layering hummbing bird stamp with Intens-ified black ink.

Then use the first layering stamp (the bold one) with key  Lime Fizz ink corner to put a little bit of ink on the neck of your bird. You could use a tissue paper or your finger (if you’re like me) to take some ink off to not leave some harsh lines.

Use pool party , the same way as you did before, but a bit lower on the bird.

Same thing with splash ink

Put some Blue Hawaii on the head and on the tail of the bird.

Then use Taffy ink for the wing.

Time to clean your bird first layering stamp and use the feathers detail stamp using with thistle ink for the wings and blue Hawaii for the body feathers.

Time to finish the bird, clean the feathers detailed stamp and use the last stamp for his neck, I used fruit punch ink and key lime fizz to make this colorful finishing touch.

If you can/want you can draw his eye with a black gel pen to give him extra life.

Let’s make the easiest background. You would need some Black cardstock, the wonderful sparkle clear lacquer pen and something to spread out the gel on your paper (like an old credit card you don’t use, or a special tool for that, it would be perfect).

To be honest, I discover with a lot of Joy that this sparkle lacquer pen that I never used before had several colors of glitters when I put it on a red paper, so I immediately thought : why not trying to spread it over a black cardstock and see if it looks a bit holographic, and I was thrilled that the result is positive ! I love the sparkle lacquer pen now and I’ll need to buy more for sure.
So, you’ll need to put it in the top of your card and spread it out to the end of it.

The results. Isn’t it gorgeous ?

While I put aside the background to let it dry, I die cut the jungle frame fancy die from black cardstock and glued it with my precision glue (the XL version is awesome !) on top of the background when it was dry (it didn’t took that long).

Then I glued with the same precision glue the humming bird in the middle of the card and used the sentiment from the same stamp set and heat embossed it with clear embossing and watermark ink and detail black embossing powder, then I slightly sweeped the stamp and embossed it again with gold embossing powder, and as it was a bit too gold for this card, I put back in the first place the sentiment and re-embossed it with the same black embossing powder.

I’m thrilled with the result ! What do you think ?

We’ll be very happy if you want to join us in this amazing challenge and you have 2 chances to win a gift card from Hero arts.
Don’t miss the chance 😉

Take care friends.


I used my affiliate links on this article, it means that if you order some products using my links it won’t change anything for you (you won’t be charged more), but I’ll get a small commission (which is big for me) and it’ll encourage me to still create. 😉
Thank you for supporting my work ! 🙂

Background basics Challenge ( A Blog named Hero)

Hello here !

Thank you for stopping by.
I’m sharing a new card for this new challenge which is  » Background basics ». I love making backgrounds so so much. There are so many techniques that works to make them.

Today I’m going to share something quite simple to achieve, but I love the result.
What do you see ?

I wanted to make a kind of magical card with the moon evolutions, sun rising in the middle, and some stars, but I’m interested to know what is your interpretation.

I only used small stamps that I often forget to use, as I’m seeing the big ones when I buy a set (are you like me or do you check every detail veru closely ?).
Now it’s time to give those tiny ones the place they deserve, right ?

To make this card I used the stamp set from Hero Arts called  » sky’s the limit balloons« , there are beautiful big hot air balloons and some tiny cute stamps that you can see on my card today.

For this card I used (I share affiliate links here, there’s no extra cost for you, just a comission for me, thank you for those who are using them) :

* Black cardstock from Hero Arts site.
* White cardstock (Scrapbook.com link here)
* Moon, sun and star + sentiment stamps from « Sky’s the limit balloons » stamp set
* Embossing and watermark ink (Scrapbook.com link here)
* Gold embossing powder (Scrapbook.com link here)
* A misti or an acrylic block
* A Heat gun (from Scrapbook.com)
* Gold paper
* Stazon black ink

1 step : Cut your black paper (4.25″ x 5.5″)
2 : Prepare your paper with an antistatic powder to avoid embossing powder on places you don’t want them to be, put it all over your paper.
3 – I’m going to explain this for those who don’t have a misti, put your sun stamp on an acrylic block, push it on your embossing ink pad and stamp it in the middle part of your card, then stamp again higher and higher.
4 – Put some gold embossing ink on it and heat emboss it with your heat gun.
5 – Repeat the same process with the moon stamp on the sides of the suns (just change the orientation of the moons).
6 – Do the same with the stars, place them where you think is the best.
7 – Stamp your sentiment (I used the one from the stamp set  » Rise to new heighs ») with Stazon ink on some gold paper, then cut it to the size that you want.
8 – You can use a old baby wipe (dry one) or a microfiber cloth to take off the antistatic powder from your black paper.
9 – I used the same gold paper to mat the card and then folded some white cardstock to make the cardbase.

And voila, your card is finished and it’s beautiful !

Take care crafty friends.


Do you take sand dollard ? A Blog Named Hero – Repetition challenge

Hello lovely Albies !

I’m glad you’re coming here to read about this new card I made for A Blog Named Hero.

Our monthly theme is « Repetition » and you’re very welcome to come and join us, by making a card on this theme using some Hero Arts products or your choice, and you would have the chance to maybe win one 2 gift cards they are generously offering.

I made this card, using those new absolutely gorgeous dies from the seashell fancy dies set.

Here are the steps to make this card :

1 – Emboss Dove white cardstock using clear embossing ink and watermark and sand embossing powder.
2 – Die cut 15 times the sand dollar on the embossed cardstock you just created.
3 – Cut with your paper trimmer a white cardstock to make your base panel (14,8×10,5 cm) or 55364in x4964in ( I searched on internet, I hope it’s correct.
You’ just need to make a base where all your sand dollars fit in. It doesn’t have to be more precise than that. 😉
4 – Using a blending brush, gently apply Soft brown ink (I used Sand stone ink from July 2019, but it’s sold out, so the soft brown ink will work as well as the sand stone one) on the backgournd.
5 – Stamp the ocean waves bold print stamp with the same ink on the background panel.
6 – Apply gold paint ( or the gold glimmer metallic ink from Hero Arts) very gently on the backgournd, following the shape of the waves where you want.
7 – Apply some embossing ink and sand embossing powder on the sides of your panel.
8 – With a black pen, redefine the « flower » designs inside the sand dollars.
9 – With a copic Marker ( I used this référence : E25) define the contour of each sand dollar, the small holes and the contour of the « flower ».
10 – Use the same color around the panel, on top of the sand embossed part ( I blended it with alcohol and my finger, but you a tissue paper to not stain your fingers ;)).
11 – Glue all the sand dollard with the precision glue (here you have the XL version of the glue : it’s my favourite liquid glue) and add some embellishments between them (I used those from the amazing kit from February 2019 : still available, lucky you !).
12 – Print and cut the sentiment of your choice, from those I made (I’m giving them freely to you :))
13 – Glue your panel on a base card made with white cardstock (I used my paper trimmer and my scor-pal to make the folded card base).
14 – Send it or keep it ! 😉

I hope you like this tutorial, if you used the link on my article to buy some products, they are affiliate links, so I’ll get a commission, and it’ll help me to continue my creations, and you won’t pay more.
Thank you to those who uses my links, I really appreciate your help.

Just above is the link to the sentiments I made for this card. Feel free to dowload the file, and if you use it, please tag me I’m Art_of_albara on Instagram. I’ll be happy to see your creations ! 🙂

Have fun and please, take care.


MONOCHROME Challenge – A Blog Named Hero

Hey friends !

First of all, I’m happy to announce that Hero Arts has accepted me, so I have an affiliate link, which means I could receive a small commission if you buy products through my link and you won’t pay more charge. This would help me a lot, and I could continue to create and share things with you.
Here is the link : Hero Arts affiliate link.
All the links I use here are affiliate links. It helps me a lot if you use them.
Thank you !

There is new challenge on A Blog Named Hero.
The theme is « Monochrome « tone on tone » « light and dark ».

For this first card, I made a black & white card.
I know its not really monochromatic but I think it’s ok. 😉

It was fun to find ideas for this challenge. I mostly use many colors on my cards, so that was an interesting theme to work on and I am glad to share this with you.

I used My Monthly Hero Kit FEBRUARY 2019 – Hero Arts as it worked well with the black & white style.

Here are the steps if you want to recreate this style. I’ll be happy if you tag me on Instagram if you recreate this kind of card (@art_of_albara or with the #artofalbara on Instagram too) :

1 – Trim a white cardstock base in A2-sized (4.25″ x 5.5″)
2 – Trim in 9 parts the white cardstock ( you could trace a line with a paper pencil at 1,4″ and 2,8″ and on the longer part 1,8″ and 3,6″)
3 – Use black intens-ified ink to color 4 pieces of those 9 pieces (I used the pad directly to color the papers).
4 – Stamp the corner decoration from My Monthly Hero Kit FEBRUARY 2019 – Hero Arts on 4 white pieces of paper using black intens-ified ink.
5 – Stamp the gramophone with clear embossing and watermark ink and black embossing powder.
6 – On two black pieces stamp on each one the dancers with clear embossing ink and white embossing powder.
7 – On the last two pieces of black pieces of paper, stamp on each one the portrait of the woman and the man using clear embossing ink and white embossing powder.
8 – Optionnal : I used black intens-ified black ink to stamp on top of the two portraits to make a grey effect.
9 – Glue all the pieces with some precision glue on the cardbase, I made mine with white cardstock that I folded using my scor-pal.
10 – Glue 4 big and 4 medium sized black embellishments from the kit and the card is finished.

I hope you’ll join us on this challenge, you could win one of the 2 gift cards (of 50$ and 25$) that our sponsor Hero Arts generously offers each month for our challenges.

Please take care and have fun crafting ! 🙂

Art_of_Albara (Anne-Laure)

A Blog Named Hero new challenge for May 2021

Hello crafty friends,

Today’s the first day of the month, that means that there is a new challenge on A Blog Named Hero, and as I’m in the team, I made a card to inspire you and motivate everyone to make a card to have fun, and have a chance to win a 50$ gift card from Hero Arts. 😊

This month theme is “Shaped card” and I was excited about it, because that was a Challenge for me, as I didn’t do a lot of shaped cards in my cardmaking experience.

As we are on my blog, I’m going to talk about something more personal, but I just discovered “Aphantasia”, thanks to a friend, and I think I am aphantasic.
According to Wikipedia definition :
Aphantasia is the inability to visualize mental images, that is, not being able to picture something in one’s mind. Many people with aphantasia are also unable to recall sounds, smells, or sensations of touch”.

That was a big news, to know that people can actually really visualize things in their mind.

If you want to know if you are aphantasic, there are some tests on the website, as I’m “new” in this, I don’t know if I should see a doctor.

If you want to know what I’m talking about, if I ask you to think of an apple, could you imagine it ? The shape, color…? If you don’t see anything, then you’re probably aphantasic, but most people do see things.
That is explaining sooo many things in my life and my logic, memory etc…That’s interesting to learn that because I know I can’t visualize a card, before making it… I just know that some things could go well together when I see them, but it’s more about logic and memory…

So, let’s go to the making process of those shaped cards !

As I have rectangle infinity dies (that doesn’t count as a shape, as it’s a normal card shape, circle infinity dies and ornaments infinity dies from Hero Arts, I thought I would like to make something with my circle dies, and find a twist to use them.

So I thought I could make rainbow cards with those. I checked on google images rainbows to get some inspiration and I immeditately knew how I would achieve that.

I first selected the colors : cranberry, pumpkin, mustard, kiwi, paradise, lapis and amethyst cardstocks from Hero Arts.
Then I die cut the circles from a big shape to a smaller one.

I’m going to explain you what I did, but I recommend another way to make those cards to be sure to not ruin them or your paper cutter.

– I glued all the rounded shaped cardstocks on each other to make one round shape using the precision glue and then cut it in half, but it wasn’t very good for my paper trimmer, neither for the cardstocks.

I recommend cutting them one by one in half, and then glue them one top of each other. For the safe of your trimmer ! 😉

– On one of those half pieces, I used embossing ink and sparkle embossing powder from Hero Arts to make a shiny rainbow.

– On 2 pieces of black cardstock I use gold embossing powder and white embossing powder that heat setted with the sentiment “thank you” from January 2020 kit.

– I glued the 2 pieces with the sentiment on each bottom part (in the middle) of the rainbows with the precision glue.

– I used a piece of gold glitter carstock that I diecut with a smaller circle from the infinity dies set to create a sun, and fussy cut some tiny rectangles to create the sunrays. I glued those on both rainbows.

– On the rainbow without sparkles I wanted a cloud, so I diecut some white cardstock with Hero Arts with one of the dies from the cloudy sky scene fancy set.

– On the other rainbow (with the sparkles) I glued embellishments from December 2018 kit from Hero Arts, which is not available anymore). You could use other ones.

– To finish the card I die cut 2 circles at the same size than the cranberry cardstock (the bigger one from the rainbows) from Hero Arts white cardstock, and used my scorpal to fold them,to create the card bases, and then I glued each rainbow on top of each cardbase.

I wish you a good month !

Take care.

PS : the links used here are affiliate links so I have a small commission if you use them, and you won’t pay more. It helps me a lot if you use those when you buy products from my blog. Thank you !

Art of Albara

« Claude Monet » Inspiration

Bonjour (Hello) ! 🙂


I’m sharing with you this new card I made being inspired by Claude Monet’s art.
I got a peaceful feeling when I see his paintings.

First, let me explain a short story about the way I connected with this painter.
When I was a child (maybe 5 years old), my parents received a post card (it’s funny to think about it now that I’m making some) and the printed picture on it was « The Poppy Field » by Claude Monet.
I loved so much poppies (we had some around our house, in the fields, but they were rare, and I loved their red color (and black inside) and their delicacy when they moved with the wind.
I was so in love with this post card that I wanted to draw it right away. I was an active child, running everywhere, going outside, inside, playing with my swing in the garden (when I was happy or sad, I just run to this swing), it helped my energy to be « balanced » I guess.
That are good memories from my childhood.
I’m explaining this because my parents couldn’t believe their eyes to see me drawing without moving for at least 3 hours, I took the time to draw each poppy in its place. One of my uncle is a copyist, that’s maybe why I had the idea to copy this painting.
My parents were amazed by my achievement.
That was my first connexion with Claude Monet’s art.

Now let’s go to the supply I used for this card. ( the links shared are not affiliated links but they are meant to help you find the products ).

To make this card I used Hero Arts products and Ranger/Tim Holtz ones.

Could you guess which ones now ?
I’m gonna share them bellow next picture. Take your time, if you want to guess what are those products by looking at this picture.

Those are the stamps sets, inks and the die that I’ve used :

– For the lily Pond (which represents the most famous paintings from Monet’s art), I used Hero Arts : Lily pond heroscape with fog reactive ink, from Ranger : peeled paint distress oxide ink, blueprint sketch oxide ink, chipped saphire oxide ink, spun sugar oxide ink. I used the unicorn white pigment reinker ink to create clouds in the water with a Q-tip ( using a Q-tip is an amazing idea I found on Stampscapes videos, check that, you will love the videos from Kevin and his products).

– For the bridge, I used the die from Hero Arts : My monthly Hero kit April 2019 I love this kit and it’s still available ! 🙂
I used mini distress ink pad Hickory smoke and gently rubbed it on my diecut.

– For the bushes I used the cherry tree stamp (just the top parts) from My monthly hero March 2020 (which was sold out unortunately). But if you have this kit, it’s a new way I found to use it to create bushes. I think I used the same inks that for the water lilies and I added alcohol markers and polychromos pencils on top of the leaves.

– To make the sky, I used salty ocean distress oxide ink and blueprint sketch oxide ink that I blended together.
Then I used My monthly Hero Arts December 2020 kit (sold out) clouds stamps with unicorn pigment ink and spun sugar oxide ink for the second layer.

– The sentiment comes from My monthly Hero Arts July 2019 kit with mini distress ink pad salty ocean.

I wish you a beautiful day and a happy spring time.

PS : the links used here are affiliate links so I have a small commission if you use them, and you won’t pay more. It helps me a lot if you use those when you buy products from my blog. Thank you !

Art of Albara

A Blog Named Hero Anniversary

Hello !

Here is a new post and I hope you’re going to like it. 😊

We are celebrating the 9th anniversary of A Blog Named Hero and that’s a perfect coincidence as the theme of our Challenge this month is “Anniversary”.

Good news : there is a hop on Instagram from @ablognamedhero : https://www.instagram.com/p/CNIz3PcMEei/ and you have the chance to win a 50€ gift card if you follow the rules which are in the description (click on the link).

You have another chance to win one of the 2 gift cards from Hero Arts ( 50$ and 25$).
I really encourage you to participate to this challenge because it’s really fun.

For this theme, I made a card for the 8th anniversary with my boyfriend, it’ll be on the 22nd of June.
As the world lives a crazy thing, called “Covid” since 2019/2020, I wanted to make something about it, but not too sad.

As we met each other in a Swing bal (yes, we are swing dancers), I chose my monthly hero kit from February 2019 (I love it, and it’s still available on their website), as it was the perfect one to celebrate our anniversary.

For the background I used a sand cardstock, inked the stencil from the kit with cup o’ joe ink, and put some purple tape to fix the stencil on the card and used my bigshot and a silicone mat to dry emboss it.

Then I stamped the woman and the man in the center of the card (where there was no ink) with intens-ified black ink, I used a black pen to finish the lines on the back of their head and colored them with my alcohol markers (I made myself blond, because, why not ? Haha)
I used some white puff embossing powder to make the neckline of the woman’s coat and give some dimension, and I used some velvet powder (known as flocking powder, from what I just learned on google 😊).
I also used a black glaze pen for the men’s bow tie to add some shine.

Some small papers where waiting for me to use them on my desk (I always try to not waste things), so I decided to use them to make some masks. I stamped with a very light blue the faces of the couple on the small papers and then fussy cut masks and glued them with my precision glue.

I stamped the sentiment “party like it’s 1922” with black, then I crossed it out and wrote 2021,as a joke, as we are wearing masks and the situation is bad… I don’t want to make fun about it, because I know it’s terrible, and we are all suffering about it, but I wanted to make my boyfriend smile a bit.

To finish my card, I die cut some black glitter cardstock from the January 2021 kit with infinity circle dies to frame the characters, and I glued the panel on the same cardstock to make another frame around my card.

That’s it, you know it all.

Life’s complicated for everyone and I hope you could find some anniversaries to celebrate (even with Zoom or skype) and I wish you moments of joy.

PS : the links used here are affiliate links so I have a small commission if you use them, and you won’t pay more. It helps me a lot if you use those when you buy products from my blog. Thank you !

Art of Albara

Hello there,

I’m happy to announce you that I’m a new member on A Blog Named Hero for 2021 !
I’ve been chosen in the end of January and I’m very glad to be a part of this awesome team.
We will have fun together this year with the challenges Linda and Michelle prepared, and I hope you will all participate. I can’t wait to see your creations ! 

So today, I’m sharing a card I made for last month challenge which was « anything goes » : I thought it was a nice way to begin this year of challenges, no pressure, just using your Hero Arts products with the theme of your choice. 

This was a Valentine’s day card that I made for my mum, as my dad used to bought her some flowers.
We miss him a lot and we’ll always will. I had the chance to have the best parents (not perfect, but perfect as much as humans can be).

I always try to not waste paper etc… and this project is cool because I found a way to make a nice card but quite simple, without wasting the paper from your diecuts, and this technique also avoid to use masking to make your background.
It’ll be clear when I’ll explain the steps. Don’t worry, it’s pretty simple.

First, I diecut 8 dies from January 2020 kit with my die cutting machine.

This kit sold out last year, but as people voted for it on 2020, Hero Arts will release the stamps and dies on the new 2021 catalog : bouquet dies and envelope fancy dies.

I used all the floral fancy dies except the butterflies and the big flower.
I diecut them from Hero Arts PS325 Hero Hues Cardstock dove white and took them appart.

Then, I used 2 inks : AF225 Red Royal Mid-Tone Shadow Ink for the petals and AF246 Mint Julep Mid-Tone Shadow Ink for the stems of the flowers, using direct to paper technique, which makes it really fast. I recommend to put the Red ink first, as the Mint one will soften the edge of each flower, and that will give a nice finished look.
After that, I used a white gel pen to create a light effect on each diecut.

Now you are going to understand how I used the background to not waste it, as promised.
As the diecuts are out of the white paper, they are protected from the things we are going to do on our background paper. That avoid masking and that’s great !

I used CG731 Newspaper Bold Prints stamp that I inked with AF419 Clear Embossing & Watermark Ink and embossed with the coral embossing powder you can find in the beautiful kit from July 2020, which is still available on the website.

The background is now ready and we need to glue it with precision glue (which I love !) on PS302 Hero Hues Premium Cardstock Cranberry. I made my panel small, so I centered it to create a kind of nice frame on the high and low part of it.

Now it’s time to glue the diecuts. It’s really satisfiying, as they fit perfectly in their place.
Like this, you have clean diecuts and background without using the masking technique.

To finish this card, I diecut a banner from the January 2020 Kit and stamped « Happy Valentine’s day » from the same kit, using again the embossing ink and the coral embossing powder, so everything is harmonized. I glued it down in the upper section of my panel and I finally add some NK350 Crystal clear lacquer pen on top of the white gel pen to add some dimension to the flowers and leaves and as the lacquer was kind of sticky when it dried, I used some foil ( I had with nailart) to put some red foil on it for the petals, and a silver one for the leaves. It gives a classy look.

I finally adhered this panel to a white cardbase I made from the white Hero hues cardstock.

I hope I was clear on those steps, and that you’ll have fun with our April challenge : the theme is « Floral) !

Good luck !

PS : the links used here are affiliate links so I have a small commission if you use them, and you won’t pay more. It helps me a lot if you use those when you buy products from my blog. Thank you !

Art of Albara

Alex Syberia Design Holiday digi stamp release

For my first article, I share with you this special event which is happening on INSTAGRAM 🙂

Hello lovelies Albies,

I hope you’re doing good and that you and yours are healthy. Today I am participating to a HOP on Instagram.
I’m very proud to be in this team to show the beautiful new digital stamps made by Alex Syberia Design.
Please, be sure to check the text below to participate on this Instagram HOP.


It is time to celebrate Alex Syberia Design Holiday Digi stamp release! We are celebrating the release with a fun Instagram Hop where our team unites to support new members of our crafty community and to support each other in this crazy time. Also, as you know our amazing Kathy @kathyrac from #thedailymarker30day is hosting a new coloring challenge. To celebrate there is 30% off all digital stamps at the Alex Syberia Design Etsy Store this weekend. Use code COLORING and get 30% off (the discount applies when you check out) to all designs including this new Holiday Release!
Shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AlexSyberiaDesign

We will be sharing our projects this weekend featuring The Holiday Release. Come hop with us for inspiration and of course prizes! Tag your friends and leave a comment at all the stops for your chance to WIN $20 for you and your friend to the AlexSyberiaDesign Etsy store! The more comments you leave the more chances to win. Winners will be chosen randomly from the comments left on each participating designer’s post.

All winners will be announced on Alex’s Instagram Hop post on 11/20/2020.
And we would love it if you gave us your support and gave us a follow!

Open internationally. Giveaway accounts do not qualify. This giveaway is not sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram or Facebook. By entering, entrants confirm they are 13+ years of age, release Instagram or Facebook of responsibility, and agree to their terms of use. ……

Here is where you can find your inspiration from our wonderfully talented designers (go from the top to the bootom to see all the Hop creations) :

@alexsyberiadesign : https://www.instagram.com/alexsyberiadesign/
@nicolettaporcu.design : https://www.instagram.com/nicolettaporcu.design/
@danieldiazb88 : https://www.instagram.com/danieldiazb88/
@bonniecarollee : https://www.instagram.com/bonniecarollee/
@irishrosecreations : https://www.instagram.com/irishrosecreations/
@hannelie.bester : https://www.instagram.com/hannelie.bester/
@ritzyhag : https://www.instagram.com/ritzyhag/
@cardsmadebynatalia : https://www.instagram.com/cardsmadebynatalia/
@notableink : https://www.instagram.com/notableink/
@nonnis_cards : https://www.instagram.com/nonnis_cards/
@erica_cacacraft : https://www.instagram.com/erica_cacacraft/
@vjsjoey : https://www.instagram.com/vjsjoey/
@katerina_vorsobina :https://www.instagram.com/katerina_vorsobina/
@mauramccro : https://www.instagram.com/mauramccro/
@cardsncraftsnyc : https://www.instagram.com/cardsncraftsnyc/
@art_of_albara : https://www.instagram.com/art_of_albara/ (it’s me)
@wizardessofcards : https://www.instagram.com/wizardessofcards/
@ink.therapy.designs : https://www.instagram.com/ink.therapy.designs/
@sanjuscreations : https://www.instagram.com/sanjuscreations/
@mp.cards : https://www.instagram.com/mp.cards/
@mammacooksalot : https://www.instagram.com/mammacooksalot/
@natashavacca02 : https://www.instagram.com/natashavacca02/
@redsas : https://www.instagram.com/redsas/
@handmadebytasha13 : https://www.instagram.com/handmadebytasha13/
@ilovedoingallthingscrafty : https://www.instagram.com/ilovedoingallthingscrafty/
@crystalkomara : https://www.instagram.com/crystalkomara/
@tyoocatez : https://www.instagram.com/tyoocat/

Art of Albara