Hero Arts September My Monthly Hero Release and Blog Hop

Hero Arts September My Monthly Hero Release and Blog Hop

Hello friends!! It’s here!! Today Hero Arts’ September My Monthly Hero releases!! And to celebrate this awesome kit Hero Arts is hosting an inspirational blog hop and GIVEAWAY!!

If you are like me and are ready to head full steam into falloween this kit is definitely for you!

Kit Contents:

  • 6″ x 8″ HeroScape Clear Stamp Set
  • 3″ x 4″ Clear Stamp Set
  • 5 Coordinating Frame Cuts
  • 5 Ink Cubes (Grape Slush, Moss, Lemon Drop, Creamsicle, Cup O’ Joe)
  • • 6 5.5″ x 8.5″ Glitter Sheets (Orange, Bronze, Copper)

If you have seen any of the project ideas shared during the countdown you already know how gorgeous this new HeroScape stamp set is!! And honestly I would buy this kit for the HeroScape alone but the matching dies, an additional sentiment stamp set, FIVE ink cubes and SIX sheets of glitter cardstock are all included on top of it!!!

My card today features several products from the kit as well as a few of the add-ons as well!

To create this card I first stamped an A2 panel of Pumpkin Hero Hues Cardstock with the Pumpkin Patch Bold Prints cling stamp in Pumpkin Pie. I then die cut the panel with the base die from the Pumpkin Window Die set. Next, I stamped the panel with a sentiment from the kit which I curved on my MISTI before I stamped it in Cup O’ Joe ink.

I then positioned the panel over the front of a Sand side-folding card base, positioned the detail die from the Pumpkin Window Die set and then die cut the card front. Next, I adhered the panel to the front of the card with liquid glue.

With the front of my card complete, I then began creating my interior scene. I first stamped the pumpkin patch using the new HeroScape stamp set. I started with the detail layer for the leaves and stamped them in Cup O’ Joe and Mulled Wine. I then stamped the leave base layer in Green Apple. Next, I stamped the base for the pumpkins first in Soft Apricot and then I partially inked the bottoms of some of the pumpkins in Tangerine and stamped again. I then stamped the detail layer for the pumpkins in Pumpkin Pie.

Next, I stamped the cornfield base layer in Soft Vanilla and then partially in Pumpkin Pie. And then I stamped the base layer in Pumpkin Pie and Cup O’ Joe. With my landscape stamped, I then die cut it out with the matching die. I then ink blending a 3″ x 4 1/4″ panel of Dove White cardstock with Soft Pool to create the look of clouds. I then stamped a tree from the Graveyard HeroScape Stamp Set in Cup O’ Joe and a sentiment from the kit in Soft Apricot. I then finished the card by adhering the panel inside card and then the landscape on top.

GIVEAWAY:

Hero Arts will be giving away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, September 13th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

BLOG HOP:

Hero Arts

Amy Kolling

Channin Pelletier <<<You are here>>>

Dana Joy

Daniel West

Debi Adams

Emily Midgett

Ilina Crouse

Jennifer McGuire

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Laurie Willison

Libby Hickson

Lydia Fiedler

Maria Willis

Mariana Grigsby

Michelle Short

Mindy Eggen

Nichol Spohr

Pocono Pam

Seeka

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78 thoughts on “Hero Arts September My Monthly Hero Release and Blog Hop

  1. Although I’m not a big fan of pumpkin cards, I love the way you used the Big Pumpkin cutout as a teaser for the inside of the card. This is really a versatile card kit with lots of options.
    I could see myself sending this to a friend who loves all flavors of coffee including Starbucks Pumpkin Spice chocolate.

  2. I love that idea of cutting a pumpkin window and then putting the pumpkin patch scene behind it. This is an awesome kit and already ordered mine. Can’t wait. Just love fall.

  3. What a fun card! I thought it was great when I first saw the front and incorrectly thought the scene in the window could only be seen on the front but when you showed the inside of the card…wow. What a great idea and a nice surprise for the recipient. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. I love that pumpkin window die. I can’t wait to get mine. I love what you’ve done with it. Thanks for the inspiration. The card is fantastic!

  5. Love how you used the pumpkin to frame your scene – great idea! You finished off the inside of the card so nicely too! Thanks for the inspiration!

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