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Heffy Doodle Friends Hop

I am so thrilled to be joining in the Heffy Doodle hop today! I love Heffy Doodle products and I absolutely ADORE Lesley! She is kind, talented, funny, full of energy… I am so grateful for the time I have spent with her.

If you’ve been hopping along, you should be arriving from the amazing Jessica Frost-Ballas Blog.

I have four cards to share with you today. I am obsessed right now with Heffy Doodle Stencils! I have incorporated a stencil into each card I made. Lets talk about the first one:


This skyline was made using Distress Oxide Inks and the amazing City Scape Stencil. This is easily my favorite stencil in my craft room. It’s a three-in-one stencil, so you can make the buildings, mask the buildings, and add windows. So clever!

For the sentiment, I  die-cut the word Super 3 times and stacked them for height. I die-cut one more word out of white glitter card stock, and glued it to the top.  I positioned the word where I wanted it to be on the card front, and put the sentiment stamps around it. I stamped and white heat-embossed the words. I covered the buildings and stamped words with paper, and splattered watered-down white acrylic paint to make stars. I used a white gel pen to make stars close to the buildings. Next I stamped the superheros and stars from the Superdudes Stamp Set onto white card stock, and colored them with Copic Markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I picked out the superhero and shooting star I wanted for this card, and attached them to the card front with thin adhesive squares. I glued on the die cut word, mounted the card front to craft foam, and attached it to an A2 size card base. My final touch was adding three white glitter stars I die cut using a star die from the Tag Along Dies set.


My next card I used the awesome Rays The Roof Stencil to make the background.


I used Festive Berries, Worn Lipstick, and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide inks for the rays. I stamped and white heat-embossed the sentiment onto black card stock, and glued it onto the card front. I added thin strips of pattern paper and gold glitter paper for more contrast. I used thin adhesive squares to attach the superhero girl and shooting starts to the card front. I mounted the panel onto craft foam, and attached it to a card base.


My third card features the adorable Dotty Lottie Stencil and Gnome Matter What stamp set.


I stamped and colored the images with Copic Markers, then used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I used a light warm gray ink to add the stenciled dots, and die-cut a strip of green grass with a Grassy Lass Border Die. I stamped and white heat-embossed the sentiment onto black card stock, and trimmed it down to a thin strip. I glued the grass and sentiment to the card front, then used a stitched rectangle die to trim it down. I added a strip of pattern paper and red card stock for contrast, and used thin foam adhesive squares to attach the images. I foam-mounted the panel, then added it to a card base.


My last card features the beautiful Ring A Rosies Stencil, and the sweet Bots Of Love stamp set.


I seriously can’t get over how cute this card turned out! I used Distress Oxide inks to make a pastel circle rainbow, then used the stencil to add glitter paste.


I stamped, Copic colored, and used the coordinating dies to cut out the adorable robots. I colored them in pastel colors to match the background. I die-cut the word Hugs three times out of white card stock, and stacked them for height. I stamped and white heat-embossed a sentiment from the stamp set onto pink card stock, replacing the word Love with the Hugs die cut. I used a sentiment banner die from the Tag Along Dies to cut the sentiment out. I added thin foam squares to the images and sentiment strip, then attached everything to the card panel. I used Ranger Multi Media Matte on the word and adhesive squares for extra strength to stick to the glitter paste.


So are you ready to give Heffy Doodle stencils a try?? I promise you’re going to love them! Thanks for hanging out with me today. Your next stop on the hop is the talented Laura Beard.

Now onto the prizes…

The winner (chosen at random) who leaves a comment on each stop on the hop will receive a £50 voucher to the Heffy Doodle store. The winner will be announced on Monday, March 18, 2019 on the Heffy Doodle Blog.

Here’s a list of all bloggers on today’s hop:

Heffy Doodle

Nina-Marie Trapani

Justine Hovey

Ardyth Percy-Robb

Caly Person

Caryn Davies

Ashlea Cornell

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Angelica Conrad (You AreHere)

Laurel Beard





42 Replies to “Heffy Doodle Friends Hop”

  1. These stencils are all so awesome – I especially love Rays the Roof! Another day of beautiful cards, Angelica! ❤

  2. So many awesome cards! Each one is fantastic, I love the super hero ones more 🙂

  3. Dear Angelica
    Wow I love the cards you created using the stamps and die sets from the Heffy doodles latest collection. them The colors the placing of each detail oh i love them to the moon and stay blessed. Hugs and Love from Sri Lanka.

  4. WOW ! Looks like you had an amazing time designing. All of these are so colourful & fun. That three in one stencil/ mask is awesome. Thank you for sharing all these x

  5. Thanks for showing the usage of the city skyline outline stencil. I love it with the super heros.

  6. LOVE all your fabulous cards – there are so many designs and color combos to enjoy – thanks for the inspiration:)

  7. Wow what amazing cards. What talents and just awesome. Beautiful colors and oh my the backgrounds. The ink blending is awesome. Thank you for sharing your talents.

  8. You are so talented. I think card making is your super power! I love your use of stencils. I know a few of those will someday make it into my craft room.

  9. Wow! So many cards and I love them all! I think the super dude one is my favourite….no the gnomes with the spotty background…..or maybe the bots of love…..oh I can’t pick 😂🙈
    Thank you for the inspiration and the chance to win.

    Huge hugs

    Amy xx

  10. Awesome cards! This release really did include some great stencils. Thank you for the inspirations!

  11. Angelica,
    Your cards are amazing, your coloring is perfect and your backgrounds are awesome!!!
    Thank you for sharing the colors you used in the backgrounds 🙂

  12. Fun set of cards! Beautiful coloring and ink blending. My favorite of the four cards is the robot one. I love the soft pastels on the robots and background.

  13. WOW, fabulous cards. I can tell that you really enjoyed this fun new release. It shows in your art, and I thank you for the fabulous inspiration.
    Karen Letchworth

    P.S. We’re SO blessed to have Heffy Doodle sponsor us this week at Word Art Wednesday.

  14. Wow beautiful cards!!!, but I just love the ink blending on the bots of love card!! Fabulous!!!

  15. i love the Bots of Love. they are quickly becoming one of my favorite stamp sets. i think i’ve made like 6 or 7 cards with them now and every single time I smile and giggle my way through the card. It’s just so much fun. I love your take on it.

  16. Oh wow, I love that pastel rainbow. I’m slowly building my Oxide collection, but those colors are going to have to go to the top of my list: Shabby Shutters wasn’t really on my radar until recently. And I love to see how people have been using the superhero stamp set. I think everyone could use a reminder that they’re super. 😀 Thanks for sharing!

  17. Awwww you created so many fabulous cards, I love them all! I think the first one is my favourite – I simply love your background, and that white sentiment simply pops! But the robots are also so cute, with another fantastic background! And the gnomes – could they be any more adorable?! Fab job! thanks for sharing and inspiring!

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