Hero Arts: Summer Catalog Sneak Peeks – Dapper Dad

Have you been following the  Summer Catalog Sneak Peeks over on the Hero Arts blog?!  You don’t want to miss any of the fun!   Every day this week Hero Arts will share a different photo from the new catalog, as well as an opportunity to win a $25 shopping spree in the Hero Arts store!

Today there are several new sets that Hero Arts is revealing.  My card features:  
Dapper Dad
I’m especially proud of this because I always find masculine designs a challenge.  Don you think that this could easily be gender neutral?  Isn’t the Mulled Wine – Bold Ink awesome?!  Love how crisp the color is, even on the Midnight Layering card stock.  The argyle comes as a strip so I stacked them up and centered the sentiment on top.  

Hero Arts will randomly select one winner from all of the comments on the Hero Arts blog and all of the Hero Arts Creative Team members this week to receive a $25 shopping spree in the Hero Arts store! Please comment by Sunday, April 17 at 11:59pm PST, and we’ll announce the winner the following week.

On Monday, Hero Arts will be revealing the entire catalog on the Hero Arts blog! You will begin finding the Summer Catalog products at your favorite retailers the week of April 18, and we will launch them in the Hero Arts store on May 11.

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by and make sure you pop over to the Hero Arts blog to see the Summer Sneak Peek/Giveaway + my teamies too:


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78 thoughts on “Hero Arts: Summer Catalog Sneak Peeks – Dapper Dad”

  1. Amy, I love argyle, it's so manly! Great pattern for hubby. The mulled wine is perfect color for that pattern. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

  2. This is GREAT Amy. I find masculine cards difficult too and its nice to know I am not the only one.

  3. Awesome argyle! Perfect sentiment too; I tell that exact same thing to my DH all the time! Pretty sure this is going on my must-have list. Love the Mulled Wine on the gray. Sweet card, my friend. Bev

  4. Great masculine card! And I agree that they are the most difficult to make, but you did a splendid job!!

  5. VERY STYLISH card Amy!!!
    LOVE your argyle panel and colour combo!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing 🙂

  6. Such a great guy card. So perfect. Me like everyone else always struggle with those guy cards. Great stamping and color choice.

  7. This is great, I always struggle with masculine cards too.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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