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Large Hydrangea Oval Card


Hi, friends, Chark here today with an oval-shaped card using the Hero Arts Large Hydrangea wooden stamp and the Nesting Oval Infinity Dies.

I stamped the Hydrangea stamp on vellum and then heat embossed it in gold. After that, I colored in the flower with Prismacolor pencils. I love those guys!


I added a gold oval frame to the vellum oval and a white cardstock oval behind to make a card. I creased the white card at the top and added adhesive to attach the vellum oval. I wanted to keep it simple, but couldn’t resist adding some blue glitter dots.

To stand the card up, simply trim a tiny bit off the white cardstock on the bottom. You can keep the front oval panel oval without trimming it and it will stand anyway. See?


Please join us in this month’s challenge and create a shaped card with your Hero Arts products.

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Hero Arts Monthly Challenge




Hero Arts Monthly Challenge

Please join us in this months “Take Shape” challenge for your chance at a $25 gift card to our Hero Arts store. Our current monthly challenge can always be found in the menu bar, and runs from the 1st to last day of the month.



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The a2z scrapbooking store carries a wide variety of Hero Arts products! Get discounted new releases, sales, grab bags & more. Proceeds from our store benefit Celiac & Behcets disease foundations. Use my discount code CHARK15 to get 15% off your purchase of $25 or more. If you’re looking for a Hero Arts product you don’t see in store, use the Request Custom Order button from within the shop.





Author: craftychark

Loves reading, crafting, writing and The Wizard of Oz.

3 thoughts on “Large Hydrangea Oval Card

  1. So beautiful with the gold embossing and oval frame!!

  2. Gorgeous!!! Great job on coloring the hydrangea blossoms. I never thought to do that on vellum. Might have to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂 ~ Andrea

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