Hero Arts August My Monthly Hero Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hero Arts August My Monthly Hero Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hello friends!! The new Hero Arts My Monthly Hero Kit and release is now available!! This release is truly a standout! I love every single thing! And once again I’m blow away by how much is in this month’s kit!

Kit Contents:

  • 4″ x 6″ Clear Stamp Set
  • Coordinating Fancy Dies
  • 5.4″ Square Cling Stamp
  • 5.25″ x 6.5″ Stencil
  • 3 Liquid Watercolors (Pink, Dandelion, Indigo)
  • 6 5.5″ x 8.5″ Sheets Watercolor Paper

Kit Value: $70

Kit Cost: $34.99

This kit screams rainbow colors to me so I went all in on this palette! My first rainbow card features the cling stamp, coordinating fancy dies, and the clear stamp set from the kit.

To create this card I first stamped the cling stamp in Embossing & Watermark Ink onto a piece of an A2 panel of bristol. I then heat embossed the image in black embossing powder. Next I colored several Tombow Dual Brush Pens over the image. I then spritzed the panel with water and then used a Rocket Air Blaster to blow the ink to create radiating drips. Once the panel had dried I then adhered it to the front of an A2 top-folding white card base.

Next I die cut a pair of arms out of a sheet of neutral cardstock from the Colors of Earth paper pack. To add length to the arm on the right I only partially die cut the arm, stopping just past the wrist. Then I hand cut the rest of the length of the arm. Next I adhered the arms to the card front with foam adhesive and cut off any over hang.

I then die cut “LOVE” out of Pitch Black cardstock and adhered it to the card front. Lastly, I finished the card by stamping and white embossing a sentiment from the clear stamp set onto black cardstock, fussy cutting it out and then adhered it to the card front.

My next card features some of the add-on products from this release. I used the Rainbow Infinity Dies for the images and the sentiment is from Color Me Words Stamp Set.

To create this card I first die cut arches for my rainbow with the Rainbow Infinity Dies out of Bristol paper. I then colored the arches with my Tombow Dual Brush Pens, spritzed with water and used the Rocker Air Blaster to create drips. Next, I die cut clouds out of Dove White cardstock and then adhered them and the rainbow to the front of a black A2 top-folding card base with foam adhesive.

Next, I stamped and black heat embossed a sentiment from the Color Me Words stamp set onto dove white cardstock. I then colored the letters in “color” with the same Tombow Dual Brush Pens and then die cut with a circle die.

Next, I stamped and black heat embossed a sub-sentiment from the set on dove white card stock. I then fussy cut the sentiment out and then finished the card by adhering both my sentiments to my card front.

GIVEAWAY:

Hero Arts is giving away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, August 8th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

BLOG HOP:

Hero Arts

Channin Pelletier <<<< You are here >>>>

Dana Joy

Daniel West

Debi Adams

Emily Midgett

Ilina Crouse

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Lydia Fiedler

Maria Willis

Michelle Short

Mindy Eggen

Pocono Pam

Seeka

Special Guests:

Chari Moss

Jennifer Kotas

Jennifer McGuire

Meg Brooks

Nichol Spohr

Rebecca Keppel

Supplies:

46 thoughts on “Hero Arts August My Monthly Hero Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

  1. Dear Channin – I always look forward to seeing what you’re creating. Happy to be a subscriber. Love these!!! Can’t wait for my new HA kit now!
    Lori S in PA

  2. Love the way you used the Rocket Air Blaster to color these cards. Brilliant idea for some fun and colorful cards. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Everyone seems to love the Color Wheel Stamp and what you did with it was so pretty. Who can’t love a rainbow card? Thanks for showing us your talents.

  4. Whoa Channing, Wuv your cards. That Rocker Air Blaster must be fun to have!!! Totally rocked it!!!

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