Hero Arts Mixed Media Release and Blog Hop

Hero Arts Mixed Media Release and Blog Hop

Hello friends!! Today the Hero Arts summer catalog releases and with it a bunch of new mixed media stamps, dies and products!!

I have two projects to share today. The first is a card featuring several of the new stamp sets.

To create this card I first ink blended the front of an A2 top-folding Dove White card base with Taffy, Grape Slush, Pool Party, Blue Hawaii and INTENS-ified Black Ink. I then die cut a moon with the Dream Catcher Fancy Dies out of scrap cardstock and used the diecut as a mask and ink blended over the card front with the same inks.

Next, I thoroughly dried my card front then stamp and bronze heat-embossed a stamp from the Tiling Textures Stamp Set. When I stamped the texture stamp I used a ripped piece of paper as a mask to create a rounded edge. I then finished the background by splattering water-down Unicorn ink to create the look of stars.

I then die cut 3 more moons out of Pitch Black cardstock and adhered them together. I then pressed the stacked die cut into Embossing & Watermark Ink and then heat-embossed it in Copper. Next I die cut the three layers of each feather out of Dove White cardstock and then adhered them together. I then die cut a string out of Pitch Black cardstock and then I adhered it, the moon, and feathers to the card front.

Lastly I finished the card with a Copper heat-embossed sentiment strip made with the Art Journal Messages Stamp Set.

My next project is a little different, I used the Dream Catcher Fancy Dies to create earrings!

To create these earrings I first die cut six layers of the moon a six layers of each feather out of Dove White cardstock. I then ink blended four of the moons with Taffy, Grape Slush, Pool Party, Blue Hawaii and INTENS-ified Black Ink and then splattered with a water-downed Unicorn ink. Next, I adhered the blended moons onto a plain moon and then adhered these onto another blended moon to create two stacked moons with color on both sides.

I then press a third of two diecut leaves of each style into Embossing & Watermark Ink and then heat embossed in Copper. Next, I adhered two matching leaves to the backside of the embossed leaves. I then sprayed the moon and leaves with a Matt fixative spray and allowed them to dry. Lastly I finished the earrings with jump rings to attach the feathers to the moons and the moons to the hooks.

GIVEAWAY:

Hero Arts is giving away a prize pack valued at $68 so be sure to leave comments along the way – every comment is an entry into our giveaway! Comment by Sunday, May 22, 2022 to enter. The winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

BLOG HOP:

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Maria Willis

Michelle Short

Mindy Eggen

Pocono Pam

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I hope you enjoyed my projects. Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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38 thoughts on “Hero Arts Mixed Media Release and Blog Hop

  1. WOW! These are absolutely gorgeous!!! I was stunned buy the card alone, and then the earrings came into view and I was even more impressed. Beautiful work.

  2. Your card is spectacular!
    I love the background and the colors you chose coordinate so well together.
    Very creative with the earrings! Rainbow colors are so bright and cheery.
    Thanks for sharing your talent, and for the inspiration.

  3. The design beyond the card is so much fun! I love the “thinking outside the box” with these dies.

  4. Wow, stunning project! I love the matching card and earrings, and your design is spectacular!

  5. These are gorgeous. I love color choice and background on the card and those earrings are fantastic. I want a pair!

  6. Wow these are just stunning!!! The colors are so rich & vibrant. And the earrings are so creative, & it’s great that you can think outside the box to make more use of these products!

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