Hero Arts July My Monthly Hero Countdown

Hero Arts July My Monthly Hero Countdown

Hello friends!! It’s time for a new My Monthly Hero COUNTDOWN!! This is kit is so adorable and I can’t wait for you to see all my new creations with it and the new release!

My card today keeps it pretty clean and simple with a great pun and a classy design!

To create this card I first stamped the gnome in INTENS-ified Black Ink onto white cardstock and then copic colored it. After I colored the image I then die cut it out with the matching die.

Next, I stamped a sentiment, the little house, and the stepping stones in Pumpkin Pie Shadow Ink onto the front of an A2 top-folding card turned on its side made from Sand cardstock.

I then finished the card by adhering my gnome to the card front with foam adhesive.

I hope you enjoyed my card! Please be sure to check out the other incredible inspirational projects shared for today’s countdown!

Thanks for stopping by!!

~Channin

23 thoughts on “Hero Arts July My Monthly Hero Countdown

  1. Love this monochromatic card and the gnome is definitely the star of the show. So cute. Thanks for showing us your take on this kit. Can’t wait to see the whole kit.

  2. Love the CAS style of your card Channin, as well as the whimsical little house. The Pumpkin Pie Shadow ink was a great choice for the Sand cardstock.

  3. I like the simplicity of this card and how you made the gnome really stand out! I also enjoyed your “cupcake live” Thursday PM!

  4. I adore the simplicity of your card. And, this pun is great. HA is ALWAYS so good with the puns!!

  5. Your design use of the stamps, including the choice of pumpkin ink on sand card and what I consider classic gnome colors, is perfect and couldn’t express the sentiment better! So glad I happen to have these materials you used, and now this month’s kit as soon as it arrives!

  6. Hello from Malta, New York. What a great card with so little work. Everything you did was awesome. I need to try this out.

  7. Great card – the colorful gnome really stands out from the monochromatic background! Thanks for sharing!

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