Two Cards One Background | Hero Arts My Monthly Hero August Kit & Add Ons

Welcome everyone! It’s time for a new release from Hero Arts! There is a great new My Monthly Hero Kit featuring a stay-cation!

The Kit contains

  • 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp
  • 23 Coordinating Frame Cuts
  • 1 Greetings Fancy Die
  • 5 White Postcards
  • Summer Twilight Palette Reactive Ink Pad

This values at $76.00 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!

Of course, there are also lots of great Add-Ons newly released!

VIDEO

I have a video for you that you can either view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel. I am going to show you how I created TWO cards from ONE background stamp. This is such a great way to get more bang for your buck!

My cards are featuring the new Pool Party Background stamp.

For the first card, I used the background stamp in a more traditional way. It is stamped in embossing ink onto White cardstock and heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.

Then I ink blend Blue Raspberry, Pool Party and Lemon Drop Reactive Ink over the top with a foam blending tool.

After attaching to a card base, I colored all the images with a Glitter Gloss pen. Not only does this add sparkle to my card but because I used reactive inks, the images will lighten a bit, making them pop a little from the background.

I finished off the card with a sentiment from the Shine Bright stamp set and cut out with a circle die I found on the Cloudy Sky Die.

What makes this background stamp pretty unique is it has a lot of small images on it. I stamped another white panel but this time in Intensified Black ink and choose one fo the images to color with copic markers. Then I fussy cut out that image.

I created a card front by masking a circle and ink blending Pool Party, Blue Raspberry and Blue Hawaii Reactive inks. I added a palm tree from the Palm Tree stamp set by stamping in Key Lime Fizz and Green Apple Reactive Inks and also Soft Brown and Cup O Joe.

Any one of the images from the background stamp would have looked great here and how relaxing does this look? I would love to be floating under a palm tree.

Next I have a super adorable card to share! Hero has just released an Infinity set of Onesie dies! The minute I saw this set I knew the exact stamp set I was going to use. The Cute Animals stamp set!

I copic colored this little bear with a paintbrush and used the coordinating die to cut it out.

The onesie is die cut from White cardstock and then I drew on a rainbow with my copic markers. How cute is this that it looks like my bear is drawing a rainbow?!

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

GIVEAWAY

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Leave your comment by Sunday, August 9th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

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71 thoughts on “Two Cards One Background | Hero Arts My Monthly Hero August Kit & Add Ons

  1. Lauryne Cunningham says:

    All three of your cards are fantastic! I love how you cut out a single image from the background stamp and the onesie card is super cute!

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    • Denise Kitts-Wadlow says:

      I love all of your cards, and I agree that that little near painting a rainbow on the one he is adorable!!! I am really enjoying all of the happy projects created from this month’s kit.

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  2. Mary says:

    Mindy, I think your cards are great! I love how you used older stamps with the new ones too — especially on the cute onesie die! I also love the idea of using a single image from the BG stamp and I always love to see ink blending — TFS so many ideas and techniques.

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  3. Leanne in Cali says:

    I always love watching your videos! I have to say, the 2nd card with the guy on the floaty from the background stamp is my favorite. Thanks for sharing your cards with us!!

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  4. Ashley Cortez says:

    Really nice cards if I had to pick one I would say the first card that you made with the background stamp it’s so cute

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  5. Jodi Warren says:

    Love the look of the background stamp in both cards. Love the ability to cut out parts of the background stamp to make a card out of. Great job.

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  6. Brenda S. West says:

    Thanks for sharing the how-tos of your cards. My favorite is the 2nd card where he is floating alone. Now a days, it’s good to enjoy time alone, (Thanks, Covid) lol

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  7. Mary Bee says:

    Mindy—— Just love your creativity and thank you for giving us multiple ideas with the same stamp. Your cards just radiate ” relaxation” !!

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  8. Teri S. says:

    Fabulous cards Mindy! Your blending of inks is flawless with those beautiful colours. Your onesie card captured my heart with it’s sweetness & CAS style. Love this release!

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  9. Karen Hale says:

    Thanks for the creative idea! Don’t know why I never thought to use the separate images on my background stamps in this way…brilliant. LOVE your cards but can’t pick a favorite. They are all my favorite!!

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