Style is Eternal Bag
Hero Arts began in Jackie Leventhal's Berkeley cottage, where she and her young son, Aaron, drew images and made stamps to enliven their letters and cards. Hero Arts quickly turned into a vital force in the growing stamp movement. Craft fairs gave way to gift shows, and local retail grew into international wholesale distribution. Today, the company is an innovator in the cardmaking and scrapbooking industries, with leading designs and award-winning green business practices.View Designer
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Other Supplies: Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Beaded Handle, Decorative Trim, Foam Dots, Ink, Ribbon, Stamp Mount, Sticky Note
Die-cut a Pillow Box from patterned paper and fold along crease lines to assemble. Die-cut Giant Scallops from cardstock, trim away any excess and attach to the Bag. Attach a strip of decorative trim to the Bag. Die-cut the largest Oval from the Ovals #3 die out of cardstock and die-cut a Scallop Oval from cardstock slightly larger than the Oval using a Framelits die. Layer and adhere shapes together; adhere to the Bag using foam dots. Stamp lady and shopping bags onto cardstock. Align the corresponding Framelits dies over the stamped images and die-cut. For ease of use, we recommend using a sticky note to hold the Framelits dies in place while shapes are being cut. Attach shapes to Bag using foam dots. Stamp sentiment onto cardstock. Align the corresponding Framelits die over the stamped image and die-cut. Attach the sentiment to the Bag. Attach a beaded handle to the Bag.