Friday, November 11, 2011

A Hero Arts Christmas Tree!


Merry Background


Thanks to the FABULOUS Shari Carroll you can now build your own sparkling Christmas tree from tiny buttons and gems! Watch the video below to learn how!



Have yourself a merry little white Christmas by adding Hero Arts Soft Sand Ink to the background, a dash of Hero Arts Clear Card Buttons and Earth Buttons, a pinch of Earth Dots and FINALLY a sprinkle of Hero Arts Pearls!

And, don't forget to add in Hero Arts Felt Snowflakes for the perfect touch to your holiday card :)

Now, the WINNER FROM YESTERDAY'S BLOG, Felt At Its Finest... Congratulations to Colleen!! Please email me at Fran@SimonSaysStamp.com to claim your prize :)

In remembrance of Veteran's Day here are some products to honor those who served our country and their families. Happy Veteran's Day!


Liberty 6 x 6 Paper Pad



Liberty Epoxy Brads



Iwo Jima Cling Stamp



Patriotic Wrap


Who would like some blog candy!?!?



Join our following and comment on this blog post, and you could win the beautiful Hero Arts stamp set (not available for re-sale)!! The winner will be announced Monday! Good luck crafters :)

Stay Crafty!
:) Fran



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77 comments:

  1. Love the button tree. Stunning. Happy Anniversary.

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  2. Oooh, your card is so pretty! I love the buttons.

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  3. I saw that Christmas tree card on the Hero Arts blog. It's lovely. :)

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  4. The buttons are so cute. Thanks for sharing the technique

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  5. This litle tree is awesome. Lovely idea!TFS!

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  6. Wow I love this fantastic button tree. Thanks for the video.

    Hugs
    Penni
    X

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  7. That Iwo Jima Stamp is awesome! Love your beautiful Christmas tree card!

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  8. Love all the white and buttons on this card!

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  9. Shari's button tree is so amazing, love it by far! She is such a talented lady. I need to buy some clear button now... :)

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  10. CONGRATS COLLEEN!! =)
    I LOVEd the video Shari Is SO AWESOME!! =)
    THANKS for sharing the Support the troops stuff too!! Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  11. CONGRATS COLLEEN!! =)
    I LOVEd the video Shari Is SO AWESOME!! =)
    THANKS for sharing the Support the troops stuff too!! Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  12. Beautiful Christmas card - love that button tree. Such soft and wonderful colors.
    Lynn

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  13. Shari's card is so pretty! And, I love the patriotic items you shared! :-)

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  14. I'm going to try that button tree on a scrappy page! TFS!

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  15. What a cute idea! Never thougt about building a tree out of buttons, great.

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  16. great idea with buttons on christmas tree!

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  17. i LOVE seeing all these trees with brads and buttons, I really need to try one myself! They're so pretty!

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  18. LOVE that button tree- fabulous!

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  19. What a fantastic tutorial, my mind is buzzing with ideas. Thank you for the inspiration.

    Hugs Ali x

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  20. Wow! The card with button three is great! I want to do it also. We are celebrating Independence Day and I,m glad to see here the stamps and brads...

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  21. Wow love that tree, made me want a go, thanks for the inspiration, hugs Liz xx

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  22. I watched the Hero Arts video the other day... that card is simply stunning! I'll be having a go at that!! x

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  23. I love Shari's card. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. I love the tree from Hero Arts, I saw it a little while ago:)

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  25. Love the button tree.

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  26. Wow, the button tree is awesome! Very cool! I would never have thought of this!

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  27. What's a fantastic tutorial - love the button tree!

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  28. very cute button tree. love that HA set. The typewriter and phone are divine!

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  29. love the bling tree and what a fab candy i woulf find this set so useful xx

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  30. Ohhh the button tree is fabulous! I don't often visit across at Hero Arts so I'm thrilled it was shared here :)

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  31. Love the monochromatic look of this card!

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  32. Love this card...i really love the tree...so creative..

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  33. The Iwo Jima cling stamps is amazing! I love the blog candy today too!

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  34. Love Shari's card! And I would love that adorable stamp set, too!

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  35. I love vintage. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  36. Love that button tree! Shari is amazing.

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  37. Oh..love the button tree.Fabulous:)

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  38. Nice tutorial. I never think to do something like that even though I have a ton of buttons.

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  39. Really beautiful winter tree card! Love those buttons, and the background! Also, such a cute little house mouse stamp! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  40. Shari Carroll's card is beautiful. And, thanks for the attention to Veterans day!!

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  41. love Shari's card. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  42. Love the Idea of a Button Tree.....The Card is so beautiful...Thanks for the Chance To Win this Awesome Stamp Set!!!

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  43. That tree is so cute! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  44. You all do such a great job of showcasing so many different things on your blog..the veterans paper is great and of course, I love the tree by Shari...I love shopping at your store...great customer service and products!! And I was so surprised to see that I won yesterday's hero Arts stamp set...Thank you so much!!

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  45. Thanks so much for the wonderful video! Love this idea.

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  48. The card by Shari Carrol is just so pretty. Thanks for sharing the technique.

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  49. I love the button tree! I saw something like this recently elsewhere, but they used green & red buttons, and I don't have much of those. But white & transparent buttons look so elegant :)

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  50. Super duper project :)
    Thanks for sharing
    Von x

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  51. Thanks for Shari's fab tutorial with the button tree....very inspirational!
    xxx Margreet

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  52. Fabulous button tree! This is something I must try!!
    Thanks for the inspiration
    Hug

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  54. Thanks for sharing, now know what to do with all my clear buttons.
    Sharon

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  55. What a great idea,buttons are nice!

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  56. Wow..great video! Love this card - very beautiful. Thanks for sharing it.

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  57. Loved the video and button tree!!! Thank you!!!

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  58. Love the pretty button card, and those patriotic products are inspiring. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  59. What a beautiful tree, truly inspirational, I will be making a few of those this year, thanks for the chance to win those great stamps too, Happy Crafting, Sue xx

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  60. What a womderful idea to make the tree of small buttons and gems and it looks amazing too. I´ve certainly got a great idea now for something else too, thanks soo much for that. I love buttons for soo many things.

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  61. What a beautiful tree. We are so lucky to live in the country we do. What a great prize package. Thanks for the chance to win some great goodies!!

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  62. Fab button tree. love it. Hugs, Moni

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  63. another beautiful inspiration!

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  64. Beautiful card ~ love the button tree!

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  65. That Christmas Tree card is just stunning! Thanks also for a chance to win.

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  66. Gorgeous card! I love the tree!
    Thanks for a chance to win.

    hugs
    Vanja

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  67. What a goregous card by the amazing Shari Carroll! She truly is an fabulous artist! Thank you for sharing a creation of hers and a video for bonus! Great hero arts stamp set...love the vintage objects!

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  68. Gotta love Hero Arts! Wonderful tree.

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  69. That button tree is so great! Definately going yo try that one out! Thanks for sharing!

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  70. This card is so gorgeous!! Love it!!

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  71. Thanks so much for listing some additional patriotic stamps. I don't have any of those for my projects.

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