I am proud to be participating in the Papercrafters Unite Against Racism blog hop. The goal of this hop is to come together to stand behind our crafty sisters and brothers of colour not just in the art industry, but also show our support in the never-ending fight for eqality all over the world. Justine Hovey has organized this hop as well as a video hop and Instagram hop, and all of our projects will promote Anti-racism/Black Lives Matter, Unity, Friendship and/or Support. To find out more about this and the other hops, visit Justine's blog here.
The front of my card features black and white hands together forming a heart for love and black, white, red and brown loves in different fonts. The hands are part of a die set from i-Crafter and the heart stencil is from Gina Marie Designs.
The inside of my card features two hearts that come together to form one heart under them with a mix of black and white embossing powders. The larger heart was created with Dalmation Super Thick Embossing Powder from Glitters Galore and the smaller hearts also are covered with black and white embossing powders. The interactive die is from i-Crafter and is called Heart Hands. Here is a close up of the beautiful sentiment from Impression Obsession:
To see the black and white hearts come together as the card opens, watch this short video:
I am proud to be a small part of this hop to support our crafty sisters and brothers of colour and hope you will check out all the inspirational projects in this blog hop as well as the videos and Instagram posts.
I am entering this card in the Anything Goes challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday.
The next stop on the blog hop is: Char at: https://glitterinmykitchen.blogspot.com/2020/06/papercrafters-unite-against-racism.html