July 2020 My Monthly Hero Kit Blog Hop, VIDEO & Giveaway

I’m beyond excited to be joining in the blog hop featuring the July 2020 My Monthly Hero Kit from Hero Arts. We have tons of inspiration to share with you!

The MMH kits from Hero Arts are jam packed with products for an amazing deal.

This month there is a gorgeous underwater theme with a hint of Atlantis. Well, that’s what it reminded me of and I ran with it. This kit also include a NEW Heroscape to create an ocean floor.

This kit includes

  • 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp
  • 9 Coordinating Frame Cuts
  • 1 Fancy Edge Die
  • 6 Sheets of Sticker Paper (2 of each Diamond Blue, Teal & Purple)
  • 5 Reactive Ink Cubes (Blue Hawaii, Splash, Pool Party, Key Lime Fizz & Taffy
  • Coral Embossing Powder 0.5 oz

This values at $76.50 and is being sold for only $34.99!! You can become a subscriber or purchase individually. I would highly recommend subscribing if you haven’t already to guarantee yourself a kit because once they are sold out, they are gone! Trust me, you don’t want to miss out!

Pre-order your kit today – we estimate kit shipping will begin Friday, July 17th and continues throughout the following week.


I have a video for my cards that I created using this kit that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.


I have a lot to share and most of it is explained in my video so I will be giving you just some brief information on the cards.

This background was created with Pool Party and Key Lime Fizz Reactive Inks. I added rays coming from the top by lightly blending on Unicorn Pigment Ink with the Sun Background Stencil.

The Heroscape was stamped using Tide Pool, Antigua and Rose Madder inks from Hero Arts.

I have the Frame Cut in the background that is cut from Pebble cardstock and I sprayed with White Iridescent Shimmer Spray.

Next is a background created with Key Lim Fizz, Pool Party and Blue Raspberry Reactive Inks. I added the rays coming from the bottom this time using the Sun Background Stencil and Unicorn Pigment Ink.

My Frame cut is die cut from Adriatic cardstock which ties in perfected with my Heroscape I stamped.

I used Tide Pool, Deep Ocean and Rose Madder for the Heroscape scene.

I apologize I don’t remember what colors I used for this background but the Heroscape was stamped in Soft Brown, Cup O Joe and then a variety of colors for the coral and seaweed including Rose Madder, Lime Green, and Antigua.

My Frame Cut is die cut from Nautical cardstock in which I sprayed with Frost Shimmer Spray. It turns it into a subtle sparkle cardstock and looks gorgeous in person!

For more interest to the background, I added flicks of Gold and White Glimmer Metallic Inks.

This next one is for my clean and simple card lovers. The Heroscape is stamped in Antigua, Navy and Lime Green.

For the background I used the hills from Mountains at the Lake stamp set. I stamped the hills and the two images in Navy ink and my Heroscape is added to the front using foam squares.

Here is some inspiration using some of the Add-Ons from the release. This first one is featuring some beautiful sea shells. I copic colored the images from Sea You Soon and cut out with the coordinating die.

For a soft background, I lightly ink blended Pool Party Reactive Ink and then flicked on water for the water speckles.

After stamping a sentiment and adding my images, I trimmed the panel down to 3 3/4″ x 5″ which is one of my favorite sizes for card panels. I added this to a background I created by stamping the Underwater Pattern Bold Print onto Sand cardstock with Unicorn White Pigment Ink.

My last card to share is using the new Need a Hand stamp set.

I used Frame Cut from the kit that I die cut from Adriatic cardstock. I also created an ocean bottom using the hills from Mountains at the Lake and stamped in Soft Brown ink. I added the coral to my ocean bottom that I stamped in Cotton Candy, Lime Green and Soft Lilac.

The background was created by ink blending Pool Party and Blue Raspberry Reactive Inks onto Arctic cardstock. To tie my colors together, I heat embossed the sentiment onto Adriatic cardstock with white embossing powder.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration. I had so much fun playing with these new products!


Leave comments as you hop – one reader will be randomly selected to receive a $50 gift card to use in the Hero Arts Store! You are not required to leave a comment on every blog – but it does increase your chances of winning!

Leave your comment by July 19th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.


If you arrived here from Michelle Short’s blog you are in the right spot! You’re next stop in the hop is Nicole Spohr.


Below you will find links to the products used. Click the icon to start shopping. Compensated Affiliate links are used at no additional cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and videos. Thank you!


51 thoughts on “July 2020 My Monthly Hero Kit Blog Hop, VIDEO & Giveaway

  1. Patt H. says:

    Fabulous creations, Mindy! Amazing coloring & I love the subtle rays you used on them. The Shellebrate one is my favorite! (Sounds like maybe a little too much celebrating before
    saying it! )


  2. Lauryne Cunningham says:

    Your cards are gorgeous- this is a beautiful kit! I love the Pebble and Tide Pool combination! Thank you for the video!


  3. Cindy Holmes says:

    Oh my goodness you were sure busy! So many amazing cards! I really love all of your beautifully blended backgrounds too!


  4. Judy Inukai says:

    What amazing cards. I love how you added the rays to the cards. Your coloring is wonderful. Thanks for the inspiration.


  5. Cassie says:

    It’s great seeing three such different ways to layer up a scene with the same basic pieces! It really shows the versatility of this kit.


  6. Frances Sheegog says:

    What terrific cards! I especially liked the card with all the sea shells. I have a friend who would enjoy receiving that card. Thank you for sharing!


  7. Leanne in Cali says:

    I always love your videos and seeing what you create so thank you for sharing! I don’t know if I have a favorite, but I do love the light rays and how you used them. Such fun new products!!


  8. dawnj2va says:

    Looking at these cards gave me some great ideas from a trifold to a shadow box card, so many ideas and so much to do! Where do I start. Great cards to jumpstart my ideas.


  9. Stephanie VR Burns says:

    So your first card has that pretty teal/ coral color combo which is my absolute favorite combination and is slowly taking over my house…but I never would have thought to pair those with that lime green. It is such a fun pop! Thanks for the color inspiration, and for all the great ideas on how to use the new kit 🙂


  10. Julie Wexler says:

    Wow Mindy- you packed a lot in for all of us on the hop- thank you! The variety you achieved with some of the same elements is amazing! Your blending skills around the jellyfish and with the 2 sunburst directions are phenomenal. This set is so unique and you showcased it beautifully. Stay safe!


  11. Linda Price says:

    Great cards-and it’s so nice to see that you used the stamps/dies from the kit. Seems like most of the bloggers this month are using the add ons.


  12. Carol Wortman says:

    Really love the pretty colors of the shells and jelly fish! The ruins are beautiful and so inviting to search for sunken treasures this MMH kit sure is an undersea treasure! Beautiful cards!


  13. kjudy1 says:

    Amazing cards! I like the subtle rays extending into the water. I also love the colors on your sea shells and the neutral background card base to make them pop off the card. Beautiful!!


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