Hero Arts November My Monthly Hero Blog Hop!

click HERE for the Reverse Confetti Countdown to Confetti Day Three
click HERE for the Neat and Tangled November Release Day One
Today is the day!  The November Hero Arts My Monthly Hero kit is now available!  The kit was designed as a DIY, with ornaments, advent calendar containers, garlands, and lanterns (when cut-out in vellum and placed over tree lights) in mind – and beyond Christmas as party and wedding favors!

You should have arrived here from my teamie, May Park’s blog!  If not, you’ll want to start at the beginning of the hop which is on the Hero Arts blog!

The Main Kit:

The kit contains:
► A 4″x6″ clear stamp set
► A set of 13 dies for creating diamond-shaped ornaments and embellishments
► A VersaMark ink cube
► White Puff embossing powder
► 10 half sheets of vellum cardstock
► 2 half sheets of each cardstock: metallic red, metallic blue and patterned
► Ornament hooks and more!

The kit value is $60, an amazing deal at $34.99.

There are several optional add-on items:

Also available for purchase:  A special Mystery Treat Bag – for tag making, so includes printed tags, a stamp, twine and an ink cube!  Mystery Stocking Stuffer – a grab bag of 5 little Christmas-themed stamps, good for filling advent calendars or stuffing stockings!

I know, right?!  TONS of goodness but remember, the Main Kit is available for a limited time only…when it’s gone, it is gone! 

I have a couple projects to share with you today.  I used the main kit in the traditional way:

How fun are those?!  I’m so excited…these will go on the kids’ plates for Thanksgiving.  They are filled with a yummy Lindt treat (fits perfectly!). 

Did you notice the CUTE tags…oh my sweet!  There are 3 different shapes and they are all fabulous.  I used the vellum that came in the kit and also Foliage Mixed Layering Papers along with Earth Mixed Layering Papers.

Did you see my Countdown to Creativity post on Friday?  I used the Main Kit and combined it with the optional add-on, Little Messages Stamp & Cut.

I wanted to show you how versatile the kit is…you can easily whip up card designs too!

Hero Arts is giving away one kit as a prize to one blog reader – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Giveaway closes Sunday, November 13 at 11:59pm, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

Next up is another one of my teamies, Clare Prezzia!

The Hero Arts Blog 
Jennifer McGuire 
Yana Smakula 
Mariana Grigsby 
May Park 
Amy Tsuruta 
Clare Prezzia 
Ilina Crouse 
Laura Bassen 
Heather Ruwe 
Jessica Frost-Ballas 
Shari Carroll at Simon Says Stamp 
Julie Ebersole at Ellen Hutson’s CLASSroom 
Libby Hickson

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172 thoughts on “Hero Arts November My Monthly Hero Blog Hop!”

  1. Lovely green card stock on the ornament. I love how you used the decorative dies for the ornament as decorative piece on the card! Great thinking outside the box!

  2. Like the treat boes and sure that the recipients will like the boxes as well as the treats inside.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  3. Love the card with the triangle cut out shapes, and the paper ornaments are fun! Great kit!
    ~Gin K.~

  4. These are wonderful, Amy – perfect for Thanksgiving! And I adore how you've tied the boxes with long, gold ribbons – swoon!

  5. These ornaments are the sweetest thing, love that you can add a chocolate or trinket. Great use of the dies on the cards. 🙂

  6. I just adore the beautiful ornaments. How so sweet they are. Just adore the sweet new kit. Lovely card. Love the trees.

  7. Thank you! I am so impressed at the versatility so far in this hop. Not at all what I expected. Your take on this set did not disappoint (ie: I really liked it!) Thank you.

  8. Your 'Gift of friendship' is such a great card. Love how you used the cutouts and your colors. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful projects.

  9. amy T. you sure know how to give a treat beautifully, and a yummy one, too! so darling…

  10. This is an awesome and fun idea. I'd have to make about 25 of these for Thanksgiving … lol

  11. I love love love Chrissy and I especially love the little special touches. This set is perfect for so many reasons and the ideas are endless. T xx

  12. Perfect Christmas card Amy for the busiest time of the year! Oh, and I'm just saying, "I love Lindt chocolate"….just saying LOL!!! Thanks for sharing Amy!

  13. The awesome graphic Christmas trees can be used in so many ways as you have shown in your green cards strip!

  14. Excellent kit for the holidays! With all the inspiration, I can't wait to get started!

  15. Love the little treat boxes, and your card is amazing. Such unique colors together, and they work perfectly!!!

  16. The little treats are really sweet and I love how you used the die-cuts as negative space on the card. A truly lovely look!

  17. So sweet. Thanks for the tip on the Lindt fitting inside. This is a really nice kit. Thanks for sharing.

  18. Love how you used the dies on your card. Just gorgeous. I love these treat boxes. They are perfect for my little girls to hand out at school, or a lunch box treat for themselves.

  19. I love the idea of making little treat boxes! I might use these for an upcoming December baby shower!! So many possibilites

  20. Wow, wonderful idea to make treat boxes for the holiday! There are so many great ways to use the kit! Thank you for sharing!

  21. The little ornament bbox is so cute great ideas. Liked the card too. Thanks for sharing with us.

  22. I like you showed the stamp images can be used in a totally unexpected way. A thank you card – totally out of the box – Love it!

  23. Love the little treat boxes, even better is that a Lindt chocolates fits inside! What a great kit. Have a great day. Cheers Donna Z 🙂

  24. Love how you used the triangle dies on your card… so pretty! And loved the cute treat boxes with tiny tags. Adorable!

  25. Thanks for showing that triangle box, it is adorable. I can see those hanging on the tree. This set is so versatile.

  26. Great projects. The treat boxes are so cute and can use for many occasions. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

  27. Thank you for showing that the shape of this die lends itself to a wide variety of holidays. Thanks for including Thanksgiving. – Carol G

  28. The little ornaments are very cute. I DO remember seeing the "countdown" card and love using the cut out design across the front.

  29. So versatile love the treat box and the card. Never have made treat boxes, but this year my neighbors might be in line for one. Thanks.

  30. These treat boxes would be wonderful for Secret Santa gifts! May have to make a few to give out at work!

  31. This is such a versatile kit. I'm excited to see what I can make for other events and holidays. The first thing that came to mind were favor boxes for school parties!

  32. Thanks for sharing these awesome projects! They really showcase the versatility of this kit – such fun!

  33. Those little treat/goodie boxes are just too cute! I especially like the design and the use of green and brown on your card design.

  34. Your treat boxes are so much fun and I love the way you used the triangle dies!!! Simply fabulous!!! Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!

  35. The boxes will make great favors for
    adult parties also.
    The card is wonderful – has a nordic
    feel to it.
    thanks for sharing.

  36. Goodie boxes are always fun. The shapes are precious, as a gift topper, tree ornament, etc. Thank you for sharing!

  37. Those little ornaments or Thanksgiving treat holders are so adorable! Your kids are going to love them! The card is so pretty and I love the green color. It's very pretty. I hope I get to win something and I hope you are on more blog hops!

  38. I really like the ornaments, they wouold work for new year . I always use my Christmas tree, with out the ornaments as a New Years tree with noise makes, beads, party hats exc. I would make one for everybody and stamp 2017 and some gold and glitter.

  39. I'm a teacher and my class makes 3 to 5 Christmas ornaments each year so that the students will have something to remember the year and to give to their parents as a gift. I think this die would be great to give to each kid unfolded and let them decorate and assemble they way they want to.

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