Video: Stamping with Coordinating Dies

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s card features how to create stamps from your coordinating dies… You can watch the video on how this cards came together HERE or click on the video below… So to create stamps from coordinating dies, you will need some craft fun foam. I used this to cut THESE dies from and it die cuts beautifully. Next, I laid the die cut shape on an A2 panel of deluxe smooth...

Hero Studio July 2024 Release Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. I’m so excited to be part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS July Release from Hero Arts and Hero Studio, a new subscription program. You can find all the information on the new subscription program HERE. Introducing the reimagined Hero Arts monthly subscription program (Hero Studio), now with six original options each month. Subscribe by the 1st of the month to guarantee you get the product. Free (US) shipping on all...

Layering Stencils in Black and White

Hi there, crafty friends. Layering stencils are my favorite right now. I love to mix bold colors together but I thought  THIS stencil design would be fun in just black and white… To create this card, I applied gray and black ink through THESE stencils to create a background. I temporarily adhered two of THESE rectangle dies together and ran them through the die cut machine with THIS cardstock to create a frame. I...

Hero Studio Countdown June 2024

Hi there, crafty friends. Hero Arts has a new subscription program called Hero Studio. You can find more information about it HERE. Today’s card is a sneak peek of the Card Kit of the Month… To create this card, I stamped an image from the stamp set in the card kit multiple times on a white panel along with a coordinating sentiment. I die cut a heart from the center of the panel and...

Video: Create a Shaker Card with Nesting Dies

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card features how to create a shaker card with Nesting Dies… You can watch the video on how this cards came together HERE or click on the video below… Let’s jump right in and start with the background. I placed an A2 sized piece of Deluxe Smooth White cardstock on a grip mat to hold it in place while stenciling.  I used arctic ink with a hero arts blending brush...

My Monthly Hero Countdown April 2024

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card is part of the My Monthly Hero Countdown to the April 1st Kit release. My card features THIS Classic Kit… To create this card, I applied the kit’s inks through the kit’s layering stencils to create a quick background. Next, I used the kit’s die to “cut” out the image. I love that the die doesn’t cut the background out entirely. It just cuts certain parts of the images...

Card Class Cards

Hello there, crafty friends. Recently, I taught a card class for some of the teachers at Aiden’s school… …we had so much fun and I wanted to share the cards that we created. We made a total of four cards. For the first card… I started by covering the front of a 4bar card base with THIS patterned paper. Next, I stamped the images from THIS waffle stamp set and colored them with Copic...

March 2024 My Monthly Hero Release Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. I have two cards to share today featuring new products from Hero Arts as part of THIS Blog Hop. Before we get to the projects, let’s take a look at the kits available… CLASSIC KIT: Classic Kit Contents: • Clear Stamp Set, 6”x 8” • 17 Coordinating Frame Cuts • Cover Plate Window Die • 2 Rub-On Transfer Sheets • 3 Ink Cubes (Cherry, Periwinkle, Deep Ocean) Premium Kit Contents: (Premium...

Repeated Image Backgrounds

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card features a repeated image background using new products from the Hero Arts Spring Catalog Release… To create this card, I started by stamping the musical notes image from THIS stamp set multiple times using a rainbow of ink colors to create a background. The inks that I used are listed below. I die cut the panel using THIS die. I cut a few more from white cardstock to adhere...

Hero Arts Spring 2024 Catalog Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. The Spring 2024 Catalog is now available HERE at Hero Arts! I have two cards to share today featuring some of the new products… For the first card… I used products from THIS co-branded product line with Ralph Tyndall. I applied ink through a ray stencil for the background to create some show lights. I adhered a strip of gray cardstock along the bottom of the panel and stamped the images...