I've got a post over on the Hero Arts blog today...using the Hello Stamp & Cut set. I hope you will stop on over and take a look!
It's one of my favorite times of the year. Time for the Hero Arts 2015 Spring Catalog Hostess Hop. I love getting together with all my hostess sisters and seeing all the fun inspiration with the new stamps.
Welcome to the Hero Arts Hostess Hop, featuring fabulous stamps from the new 2015 release! If you’ve been following along, you’ve just arrived from the wonderfully talented Anita's blog!
I've created two cards for you today using the new Hero Arts/Basic Grey Adrift stamps. On this card I've used the Waves Background as a background pattern for my ombre pink Absolutely Awesome card:
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Sharing a fun colorful card today that is perfect for Valentine's Day or to send love any day of the year. This fun new Amor stamp can be found on p.4 of the Hero Arts 2015 Spring Catalog and will be coming soon to stores near you. This was an easy CAS card to make. Just stamp in black Versamark and emboss, then color in with moonlight pens.
Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway last week for the Untitled Heart set. The winner is Ida Laufer. Ida, I have emailed you :)
Time for a new challenge over on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog. This week's challenge is All Things Bright and Beautiful and the Design Team is using Hero Arts products this week. This gorgeous butterfly die certainly says spring to me:
Remember, just by playing along and linking up your project to the SSS Wednesday Challenge post you can qualify to enter a $50 shopping voucher to the Simon Says Stamp store.
I hope you get to join in on all the fun and play along with the challenge. I can't wait to stop by some of your blogs and take a peek at what you have made. Have fun!
Make sure to check back each Wednesday for another fun challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!
Just sharing some fun collage style cards today that I made with and older (but still fabulous) Hero Arts set. I love any type of heart stamps and the ones in this Untitled Heart set are no exception. Would you like one for yourself? Just leave me a comment below and I will pick a winner next week!
These stamps are perfect for cards and art journaling pages too. All of the background papers were made using stamps and stencils. This is a great way to use the background stamps you have if you don't have a lot of patterned papers. Here are a a few of the Valentine's that I have made for the more artsy friends on my list:
This one features the Music Background stamped on torn paper in gold with a little inking on the edges. The seal from the Untitled Heart set was stamped on ripped canvas paper to provide an additional layer.
This one is super easy to make. A white wash of paint on a kraft note, a spritz of Cup O'Joe spray through a stencil, some purple ink through another stencil using a foam dauber and a few stamps topped off with a cut out heart and some gems.
Another easy card, some texture paste through the stencil and a light spray of Cup O'Joe to make the background layered with stamped and stenciled papers and topped with a gold embossed heart. I used about half a package of Metallic Decor on this one, so you know it will go to someone special :)
Just a quick share today of a Hero Arts card. This could be a great Valentine for when you don't want to send something too mushy :) To create my background, I used the Heart Pattern Stencil with texture paste and then added some gold embossing powder. I don't know if that's the intended use, but I love the little puffy hearts that it made! I also used this new Absolutely Awesome (G6071) sentiment stamped on vellum to complete my card. This stamp is from the 2015 Spring Catalog.
To see all the new stamps for 2015, check out the Hero Arts Spring 2015 Catalog.
Hi there. I have a fun card using the Bold Cheers stamp over on the Hero Arts blog today. I'd love it if you stopped by to take a look and find out how I made this fun card. Hope you have a wonderful 2015!
A very Merry Christmas to all that are celebrating today. Wishing you and your families a wonderful holiday and best wishes for 2015!
Hi there and welcome to the Hero Arts Deck the Halls Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from the blog of the super talented Mariana Grigsby.
Today we are featuring hadmade ornaments, and the one I have for you today would be a fun one to make with kids. I picked up a bunch of these cardboard shapes from the craft store and gessoed them white. I then used the Texture and Shape set and some daubers to stamp patterns on my ornament, finishing it up with a sentiement.
Don't forget to stamp the date on the back!
Also, keep an eye on the Hero Arts Blog...a 3 day sale is on (Friday Dec 5- Sun Dec 7) with everything in the online store on sale, plus FREE shipping on qualified orders. This is a great way to finish up your holiday shopping:)
The next stop on the hop is the always amazing Donna Mikasa :) Be sure to check out what she has made for you today!