Heffy Doodle New Release Inspiration Blog Hop

Hi everyone,

Welcome to the Heffy Doodle Release Blog Hop! Heffy Doodle released a ton of new, exciting products in January and today we are celebrating with a blog hop to bring you even more inspiration – and prizes, too!

CARD 1

I started with stamping and colouring the images from the Quill you be mine stamp set using Copic markers. I adore these critters, they are super cute! I used the coordinating dies to cut them out.

As I wanted the hedgehog holding a heart to face the other direction, I mirror stamped it and cut it out with the coordinating dies from the back. (I was following this video by Jennifer McGuire)

I cut a bunch of hearts from Cherry on top cardstock using the Whole lotta hearts dies. I did not separate my dies so with one pass through my Big Shot I could get a bunch of hearts in different sizes. On a strip of white cardstock I stamped the sentiment from the Special Day sentiment duos with Altenew Heart beat ink and then once more with Versamark ink so I could heat emboss it with clear embossing powder.

I scattered 3 bigger hearts and popped up the die cut hedgies with 3D foam squares. Then I used the smaller hearts to fill the white space. I matted the focal panel with dark brown cardstock and added two Grassy lass borders cut from kraft cardstock. It matches the hedgehogs, don’t you think?

I could not resist adding some finishing touches: I used a clear shimmer pen on the hearts the critters are holding and covered them with glossy accents. I also used a black glaze pen on their noses to make them shiny and added a few strokes with my white gel pen to the quills.

Before popping it up with dimensional adhesive I covered a white note card with a red patterned paper (Taylored Expressions Formula for love).

CARD 2

I had another hedgehog coloured and I felt it was so abandoned, so I had to put it on a card. I die cut 2 nesting Stitched hearts: one from white and one from red cardstock. I layered them on top of each other and adhered the die cut critter in the middle.

I cut a square from red and white checked paper (MFT) and matted it with a slightly bigger red one. I used my paper trimmer for this. I mounted it all to a kraft square note card measuring 4.25*4.25 inches.

The sentiment is made wit the I love you die: I cut the letters from white cardstock and the shadows from dark brown. I love that the letter “I” has a small heart on top! I added an extra sentiment from the Quill you be mine set, stamped on kraft cardstock with brown ink.

I added a few enamel hearts and covered the one in the paws of the hedgehog with glossy accents, just as the nose of it to make it shining. So cute, isn’t it?

GIVEAWAY

To celebrate the new release Heffy Doodle will be giving away a fun prize pack including an exclusive Heffy Doodle T-Shirt, a Heffy Doodle pencil and a £50 voucher to the Heffy Doodle Store! Make sure to comment on each stop in the hop to be entered for your chance to win. The winner will be selected randomly and announced on the Heffy Doodle blog on January 30th.

BLOG HOP

You should have come from the wonderful Jessica’s blog and the next stop is the super talented Ali. Please make sure to visit all these talented ladies’ blogs, they went the extra mile to create fantastic inspiration for you! Here is the full list, in case you get lost:

Heffy Doodle Blog

Olga Moss

Jessica Frost Ballas

Zsofia Molnar – you are here

Ali Farmer

Cassie Tezak

Channin Pelletier

Cassie Trask

Hope you enjoyed my card and will pop in again soon for more inspiration. If you like my style, please make sure to subscribe to my blog and follow me on Instagram.

See you soon,

Zsofi

47 thoughts on “Heffy Doodle New Release Inspiration Blog Hop

  1. I love your adorable hedgehog card!! The layers are fantastically perfect! Each detail is planned out beautifully. I love these little critters, the last picture I saw of one looked like he was smiling. ❤️

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  2. Those hedgehogs are so adorable, as are your cards! I love the grassy border on the first card – it reminds me of the quills on the hedgies!

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