Oh boy do we have some holiday inspiration to share with you today! Welcome to the Hero Arts Holiday Catalog Release and Blog Hop! Hold on tight, this is lots to share!
First, I have a video that I want to share with you on how to get more from your holiday stencils by simply changing a couple things.
You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
Here’s a look at the finished card.
By simply changing the orientation of the Zig Zag Tree stencil and switching up my colors, I created a whole new theme to the card!
Do you see the party banners?
I finished off the card with a sentiment from the Let’s Celebrate stamp set and a few sequins topped with White Pearls.
Here’s a look at the original card I created.
This is using it in the original orientation and Christmas colors (sort of lol).
Now for some more inspiration!
This card features the Winter Scenics Stamp set. It creates such a beautiful and serene scene.
I’m also using a sentiment from the Holiday Sparkles stamp set heat embossed in silver embossing powder.
Next we have the gorgeous Snowflake Corner Fancy Die that I cut twice to fill the card front.
I am using a sentiment from the Finch Greetings set once again heat embossing in silver embossing powder.
Check out this bundle HERE on the Hero Arts website using the Snowflake Corner Fancy Die and Snowflake Messages stamp set.
So excited to see Hero Arts is now coming out with hot foil plates!
This is the Snowflake Wreath Hot Foil plate and Holiday Words Fancy Die.
I also added a smaller sentiment using the new Hero Greetings Merry Christmas.
More stencils! yay! This is the Sweater Pattern stencil using a tone on tone look.
One more to share today is the Finch Greetings stamp set with the Snowflake Stencil.
You can check out the bundle HERE.
I will more cards to share in the coming days but those are going to be in videos for you!
But wait! There’s more!
Join us for the next Hero Holiday Stamp-Along! We will all be coming to you LIVE!
EARLY BIRD PRICING! Register today – price increases to $45 on October 1!
Join us for two days of card classes hosted in a private Facebook group! During this virtual event, you will have the opportunity to create at least ten beautiful cards from start to finish, learning tips and tricks from some of your favorite cardmakers. The event will take place in a private Facebook group – you must use Facebook to participate. You can watch everything live as it happens and “stamp-along,” or you can choose to view when it is convenient for you.
Visit the Hero Arts blog for more details.
We will give away *THREE* $50 gift cards, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Wednesday, August 31st at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.
The festivities start over on the Hero Arts blog.
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Omg that hot foiled wreath is da bomb.
Oh my! Love your cards Mindy!
Beautiful range of cards! I am loving the zigzag tree stencil
Love the cards they are so pretty and I love the use of the zigzag tree stencil, other than holiday.
Seeing all your cards and everything in this release makes me wish I could buy it all! I especially love your blending on the snowflake cards – it adds so much depth. Gorgeous work!
Wonderful cards! Great idea on how to use the tree stencil in a non-Christmas card.
Beautiful cards! I especially like the nontraditional rainbow stencil!
Really great cards. And I LOVE how you used the trees to make pennants. It’s so important to me to have multiple uses for the products I buy – stretching that crafting dollar LOL
Oh wow, I love that pink finch card. <3
Loving all these beautiful cards. Wonderful Holiday Release. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you for sharing your inspiration
I like your fun, pretty and colorful cards.
Loved the cards!
Gorgeous cards Mindy, you really went all out!
Gorgeous cards! I love the sweet little finch card. So pretty.
Wow what beautiful cards!
Love snowflakes, silver, and sentiments with script and print fonts. Your cards are great! TFS!