2017 Hero Arts Summer Catalog Blog Hop

Hello!!!  The Hero Arts Summer Catalog Products are now in the Hero Arts online store!  We are celebrating with a hop!  You should have arrived here from my awesome teamie May Park’s blog.  If not, you’ll want to start at the beginning which is the Hero Arts  Blog!

Hero Arts will be giving away three $25 shopping sprees, drawn from comments left across all blogs in the hop. Please comment by Wednesday, May 24th at 11:59pm PT and Hero Arts will announce the winners the following week.

I used the Floral Mix Layering Papers with the Tea Pot and Tea Cup.  They have been stamped with the CG707 Brushstroke Bold Prints and Orchid Hero Arts Bold Ink.  The sentiment is from the CM130 Color Layering Hydrangea set which has been stamped in Chalkboard Dye ink.  The frame was made using the Nesting Rectangle Dies.

I did a bit of watercoloring for the background and for the tea.

Next up is a card that uses the CM169 Enjoy The Journey set:

I’m a huge fan of all things nautical.  I stamped the anchor repeatedly on a panel from the Earth Mix Layering Paper pack in Cup O’ Joe.  The sentiments have been stamped in Intense Black.  I used the coordinating Frame Cuts on the bottle and stamped it in Charcoal on Ranger Watercolor Paper.  The cork has been stamped in Cup O’ Joe.  For ease of watercoloring I used Distress Oxide inks for the ship, water and background.

I finished it off with some twine, nice pop of color, don’t you agree?

That’s it for me…up next is our Fab Guestie, Cheiron Brandon!

In case you get lost along the way, here’s the full hop listing:

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187 thoughts on “2017 Hero Arts Summer Catalog Blog Hop”

  1. Loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee these!! LOVING the colors and LOVING that sentiment on the second one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Great cards! Love the ship. So fun! Thanks for sharing! I'm looking forward to checking out the rest of the catalog.

    -Michelle Daigle

  3. Great cards, I'm so happy you chose to use the brushstroke background, I was looking forward to seeing that!

  4. This Hero Arts release has so many great things! Thanks for sharing some creative ways to use some of them!

  5. Good job! I LOVE the card with the ship in a bottle….that one is my favorite! That stamp set is being added to my "want" list. πŸ˜‰

  6. Love what you did with the teapot – my daughter is stuck on the Beauty and as the Beast soundtrack and this totally made me think of Mrs Potts. πŸ™‚

  7. I've got to get that oh ship stamp! You have much more self control than me-if I did that teapot it would be covered in flowers and sequins!

  8. Love both cards but the ship in the bottle is my favorite. I,too, like all things nautical as I live on the coast of Maine.

  9. Both cards are so cool. I love how you can go in so many directions with just a few supplies. The ship card is hilarious and very well executed. I love that you made your own coordinating layering paper with the anchors. Thanks.

  10. I love the teapot and cup card. I've collected teacups and teapots for years and years. I definitely need to add these to my stash.

  11. Love those nesting tea pots & cups & your card is cute. I really
    love the ship in the bottle – fabulous!

  12. Beautiful cards!! I love that ship in a bottle Oh Ship card!! So pretty. The tea pot is very beautiful.

  13. I love seeing you use purple, Amy! Living closer to the water, I too am becoming attracted to the nautical theme. =)

  14. The background on your ship card looks great. I really like the soft blended look and the twine was a nice touch

  15. Tea pots are so pretty and what guy doesn't like a ship in the bottle. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

  16. Two very different cards! Love the ship card and the hero arts 'Enjoy the Journey' stamp set look great.

  17. I love the sentiment on your ship card! How great! Thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderful creations! I love the variety in this release! Thank you for the inspiration!

  18. Great job using the tea pot, wasn't quite sure how to use that to make a cute card. Love the ship card!

  19. Fabulous showcases, Amy! Oh ship is too much fun! So enjoying seeing the creativity with this release (the sharks, especially, have caught my eye! Wouldn't my just-turned-5 year old nephew have fun with those? May have to order the set just for him!).

  20. Love the teapot.
    The ship birthday card is
    great – love snarky
    thanks for sharing.

  21. I love the colours you have used on your cards, especially your teapot card. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Love the tea pot card. The other cards ate really cute too. Tea pots & cups hold special memories of my Mom & Mother-in-law.

  23. I love the brushstrokes Stamp she use and anything to do with coffee catches my eye. The card was nice but I am a country girl remember the state u completely left out of destinations. We are also noted for Kentucky Wildcats Basketball Team. You city people need to catch up here. Keep inspiring us with your beautiful cards…

  24. Great design Amy–I'm CASing the teapot proportions! Always fun to see how you put your own stamp on life, and this Hero Arts Summer Release is a blast!

  25. Great cards! So clever! This Hero Arts release is amazing! Loving this blog hop with all it's talent and inspiration! Thanks for sharing yours!

  26. Great cards! I especially love the Oh Ship card! I think we all need a little "oh ship" sentiment stamp in their stash! LOL! TFS

  27. Oh Amy – your nautical card just blew me away! I love the scene in a bottle you created and the stamped panel. Your details always make your cards shine! The teapot card is beautiful, especially how you conveyed motion with the pouring tea.

  28. Love these cards! Adore how you used the teapots and gave them a pattern, and that birthday card is so cute!

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