Hero Art + Reverse Confetti Collaboration Hop


Reverse Confetti is collaborating with Hero Arts!  We’re super excited to be hopping with them with a super special stamp set:

Hero Arts is celebrating 45 years and counting. To honor our beloved industry, we have teamed up with some of our favorite friends, and have together released co-branded designs focused on friendship, giving, and community.

Born with creativity in her blood, Ellie, daughter of Reverse Confetti owner, Jen del Muro, designed this uplifting and versatile multi-step floral set for the Hero Arts Partner collaboration. Both have a passion for equality and equity, and proceeds from this stamp set will be donated to the Human Rights Campaign. We hope that this stamp set will inspire you to create beautiful cards for those that you care for and love.

We are giving away $50 gift cards to TWO lucky winners, drawn from comments left across the blog hop. One gift code will be to the Hero Arts store, and the other to Reverse Confetti. Comment on the hop by Thursday, February 25th at 11:59pm pst. The more blogs you leave comments on, the more chances to win!
Your should have arrived here from my teamie Jeanne’s blog.  If not, you’ll want to start at the beginning of the hop which is the Hero Arts blog.

Here’s how I was inspired:

I designed two cards with two completely different color palettes.  The first one I made is the Hello, My Dear Friend:

The Reverse Confetti inks I used:

Peach | Buttercup
Lime Green | Avocado
Iced Aqua

I love how this one turned out.  The sentiment was stamped in Stone.  I wanted the blooms to be the star of the show.

While I was designing my first card, this second design came to me and I couldn’t wait to dive into it:

I was inspired by a watermelon color palette:

Piggy Bank | Flamingo

Lime Green | Avocado

Cardstock:  Flamingo | Lime Green

Hero Arts White Embossing Powder

Keeping things real, the center melon isn’t perfectly stamped.  I decided that it reminded me of true watermelons, how they aren’t always perfect.  It goes along with that beautiful sentiment.

I can’t wait to hop around and see how everyone else was inspired!  Next up is my teamie Candice’s blog.  In case you get lost along the way, here’s the entire listing:

Hero Arts
Reverse Confetti
Kathy Schweinfurth
Lisa Henke
Jeanne Jachna
Amy Tsuruta
Candice Fisher
Tricia Barber
Amy Kolling
Audrey Tokach
Channin Pelletier
Daniel West
Ilina Crouse
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Libby Hickson
Lydia Fiedler
Maria Willis
Mindy Eggen
Julee Tilman
Nichol Spohr

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72 thoughts on “Hero Art + Reverse Confetti Collaboration Hop”

  1. Love your cards Amy! The soft colors on the first one are so pretty, and the second definitely made me think watermelon! I love it!

  2. When I first saw your flowers, I thought of watermelons. Yes. Your horizontal card shows another way to layout a card. thank you

  3. This is such a pretty new stamp set! I love those bold flower images but especially the colors of ink you used on your cards Amy!!!!

  4. Love your cards! The second one you shared reminds me of summer and watermelon with the color scheme you chose =)

  5. LOVE both of your sweet cards, Amy. One with the muted soft tones and the other reminds me of watermelons. Both are delightful using this classic stamp/die set. LOVE the cause as well, and that's make the crafting extra special.

  6. That second card actually shows those flowers growing through the soil! Love the design and the sentiment!

  7. Amy, both r great. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your Grow stamp card… you used such creativity w it. ��

    Happy news…I'm drawing lots and lots of hearts this week along w a special card… it's our 50th Wedding Anniversary today. Wonderful memories that are so special… especially starting at 7 pm this evening, 50 years ago, my Dad walked me down the aisle at that time. WOW. It has been an awesome time together. ����������

  8. Fantastic card designs Amy. Do adore the watermelon colour inspiration, so fresh & fun. Really hoping that we get this set over in the UK to buy as it's one I do want. Stay safe & happy x

  9. Amy both cards are absolutely adorable however that watermelon might be my favorite as it's so creative! Love it!

  10. Oh, I love them! I know what you mean about already being excited for the second card ~ there are soooo many possibilities with this set! These totally look like summer to me!! <3

  11. Love how you made stripes out
    of the flowers. The layering
    is great. thanks for sharing

  12. Awesome cards!! I didn't even think of watermelons until you mentioned them!! They would totally make awesome watermelons by themselves!

  13. So many possibilities with these designs! Love the charming flowers you created for your cards! Pretty colors!

  14. Two pretty cards! I definitely see watermelons on the second card! That's what watermelon flowers should look like. ; )

  15. Ellie did a really great job designing this fun set. Both of your cards are so pretty, and I like both color combinations.

  16. Amazing how different these images look with the difference in colour! Love the designs and great use of colour! Thanks so much for the wonderful inspiration! Stay safe!

  17. These are both so sweet! Love the softness of the first and the second definitely has watermelon vibes…makes me crave summer!

  18. Gorgeous cards! I like the color scheme of both cards but the watermelon one is my favorite. These designs are fantastic.

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