My Monthly Hero Blog Hop

Hello and Happy Monday. I’m excited to be sharing a few cards today in celebration of the My Monthly Hero kit release for October. I’m actually only showcasing THIS add-on set on my cards, but you can find the main kit HERE.

I kept the design of all three cards the same, just changed up the colors and orientation. I stamped the scene using black ink on to watercolor cardstock and then stamped the images again on THIS masking paper. I cut them out using THESE scissors and placed them on top of the images. I applied a variety of different Distress Ink colors for the backgrounds and then removed the masks and used THESE markers to color in the images.

I embossed all the card bases with THIS stencil using THIS embossing pad with my Big Shot machine. I love the texture it gives…

I used glitter paper to mat each heart scene. I used THESE nesting heart dies.

I made sure to add a lot of THIS for some sparkle and shine.

There is so much inspiration using the main kit and add-on products. Check it out…
The Hero Arts Blog
Alice Wertz
Amy Tsuruta
Clare Prezzia
Debby Hughes
Heather Ruwe
Jennifer McGuire
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Kathy Racoosin
Kimberly Crawford
Laura Bassen
Lydia Fiedler
Mariana Grigsby
May Park
Virginia Lu
Yana Smakula
Libby Hickson

 P.S. Make sure to leave comments along the hop because Hero Arts is giving away one kit! Wahoo!



  1. Lisa Tilson
    October 11, 2016

    All the little scenes are adorable Heather! They work so well with the heart focal point, and the extra touches are gorgeous – the embossing, and glitter cardstock. Lovely set of cards!

  2. Kate B
    October 10, 2016

    Fantastic cards! I love how you changed each one up a little to make them all unique!

  3. Sharon Wade
    October 10, 2016

    I liked that you used a heart, instead of a circle. It makes it unique.

  4. Marta Morris
    October 9, 2016

    So talented and creative! TFS

  5. starqueen
    October 9, 2016

    Hi Heather! I 💗Your cards! 😉 TY!

  6. Georgee
    October 8, 2016

    Such cute cards. Love the techniques you used.


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