Hi all, I’m back again today to share some very happy news with you. I’m now a design team member for the a2Z scrapbooking store! I was thrilled & so honoured when Cindy asked me to join the team of talented designers. Today is my first post on their blog and I created a framable watercolour piece using a Hero Arts digital stamp with the no line water-colouring method. Hop on over to their blog to see how I did it and I shared a video of the “making of” there too.
If you don’t know a2z Scrapbooking yet, they are distributors of mainly Hero Arts products but have recently added Sugartree digital stamps to their online shop on Etsy. They are also the EXCLUSIVE distributors of Hero Arts digital stamp! Yes, Hero Arts make digital stamps, isn’t that great? Especially for people like me who don’t live in the States, shipping can be so expensive. But now you can purchase and instantly download Hero Arts digi stamps from a2z Scrapbooking!
Another amazing thing about working for this team of volunteers is that the company, which was created in 2007 by Hero Arts fans, was started in an effort to raise funds for Celiac and Behcets awareness, so you can shop there knowing you’re doing your good deed of the day too! Use my discount code Gwendolyn15 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 with-in the shop.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you’ll be a fan of mine over at the a2z Srapbooking blog too!
Have a great day!
I’m sharing this card over at:
A Blog named Hero – Birthday card
CAS Watercolor – Splash watercolouring. I probably didn’t splash enough for it to count but I wanted to share it anyway!
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge – Fun in the sun. My fun was painting outdoors!
Allsorts challenge – Flowers all over