Hero Arts June 2024 Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. I’m so excited to be part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS June Release from Hero Arts and the launch of 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)...

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...

Interactive Graduation Card

Hi, crafty friends. I have an interactive Graduation card to share today… To create this card, I applied blue ink through THIS stencil to create the background. Next, I cut the pieces from THIS die from blue cardstock and inserted the tabs through each slot that the die cuts. I adhered THESE balloons on top which I stamped with THIS ink and heat embossed with THIS powder. I adhered the arrow in place to...

Adding Ink to Embossing Folders + GIVEAWAY

Hello, crafty friend. Today’s cards were inspired by Day Two of THIS new Embossing Folder class from Online Card Classes… Jennifer McGuire shared how to add ink to embossing folders which I did on today’s card. To create this card, I started by applying blue Distress Oxide inks on the inside (raised side) of THIS embossing folder, spritzing it with water and laying a blue A2 panel on top and running it through my...

Slimline Wedding Card

Howdy, crafty friends. I have a wedding card to share today… To create this card, I started by creating a “cake” from THESE rounded rectangle dies. I cut two different sizes from THIS white glossy cardstock and embossed them with THIS embossing folder. I adhered them on top of a strip of THIS silver matte cardstock along the bottom of the front of a slimline white card. Next, I stamped and Copic colored THESE...

Partial Embossed Note Card Set + Giveaway

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s cards were inspired by Day One of THIS new Embossing Folder class from Online Card Classes… Mindy Eggen shared some examples of partial embossing and I thought I would experiment with THIS glossy Color Blend Cardstock. I LOVE the results. I used THIS stamp set and THIS coordinating die set for all of the sentiments. For the first card… I used THIS embossing folder to emboss the bottom of the...

Just A Note Encouragement Card

Hi there, crafty friends. I have a monochromatic encouragement card to share today using products from THIS new release… To create this card, I applied THESE three new blue inks through THIS stencil. I did cut it with THIS rectangle die and adhered it to a side folding white note card. I stamped the images from THIS and THIS stamp set and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I swiped the blue...

Birthday Wishes Card Kit

Hello, crafty friend. Today’s card features THIS new card kit… To create this card, I started by dry embossing a piece of patterned paper from the kit using the kit’s embossing folder. I adhered that to a white top folding note card and then adhered two arched frames created from THIS die on top. I stamped, Copic colored, and cut out the images from the kit’s stamp set and heat embossed the tops of...

Celebrating You Shaker Card

Hello, crafty friends. I have a mini slimline shaker card to share today… To create this card, I started ink blending the front of a white mini slimline card. I used post it tape to make off the top portion and blended green ink along the bottom to create “grass”. Next, I masked off the green and ink blended blue ink above to create the “sky”. I used a light hand for the ink...

Flower Power Slimline Card

Howdy, crafty friends. I have a slimline card to share today… To create this card, I started by dry embossing a white slimline panel with THIS stencil. I placed the stencil on top of the panel in my die cut machine with THIS embossing mat. This creates an impression in the cardstock. Next, I stamped the flowers and leaves from THIS stamp set, colored them with Copic Markers, and used THESE coordinating dies to...