My Monthly Hero -September 2019 using the Misti Stamping Tool

Welcome everyone! I have some inspiration to share using the My Monthly Hero Kit from September 2019. I am a huge fan of Halloween so most of these cards have a Halloween feel to them. My last couple cards are just really fun lol.

VIDEO DETAILS

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CARD DETAILS

My first card features quite a few of the new products that were released in September.

I first start out with ink blending Key Lime Fizz and Blue Raspberry Reactive Ink onto White card stock using Life Changing Blender Brushes. Once dry, I spritz with water to add some interest.

Next, I die cut the Spider Web Window from Pitch Black card stock and adhere over my ink blended background. The Happy Halloween is from the My Monthly Hero kit and die cut from Pixie Dust card stock.

I added images that I had stamped and colored with my copic markers using I See Crafting and Pure Magic stamp set.

I love how it looks like the background is glowing behind the web.

My next card is featuring the Peek-A-Boo Drawers Fancy die and stamp set. This is what drew me into the kit. This card is a little more work but love the look!

I started my card a little backwards then most. First, I die cut my Peek-A-Book Drawers from Pitch Black card stock. Then using my Misti Stamping Tool and Misti Corners, I lined up the coordinating stamp set. I found this much easier to get my image to line up with the die cut.

I stamped the image with Embossing Ink onto the die cut panel and heat embossed with Gold Embossing Powder.

Using acrylic blocks, I stamped handles/labels onto each of the windows with Embossing Ink and heat embossed those in Gold Embossing Powder as well.

On a piece of white card stock, I ink blended the same color combination as I did in a previous card. Once that was dry, I lined my ink blended panel into my Misti and using the die cut piece as a guide, I started added images that would fit in those drawers. I used images from the stamp set in the kit, and I See Crafting. You’ll get a better idea what I’m talking about when you see it in the video.

When I had all the images lined up, I removed the front piece which is the Peek-A-Boo panel, and stamped the images with Versafine Ink onto my ink blended panel.

When I had all the spaces filled, I added the Peek-A-Boo panel with Liquid glue. The Peek-A-Boo die embosses lines so you can fold up the windows and show the inside. Then I can add this panel to an A2 size notecard and add a message inside.

My last set of cards is not really Halloween related but really cool. For these, I’m using the Add-ons that were released with the kit including Bug Collection and the Color Layering Moth.

I have two different versions of the moth. One of them I stamped in Forest, Lime Green and Dusty Blue which I had received in previous kits. My other moth is stamped in Blue Raspberry, Pool Party and Thistle Reactive Inks.

To make them sparkle and shine, I inked the entire image with Embossing ink and heat embossed with Sparkle Embossing Powder. Then used the coordinating die to cut them out.

I thought the Bug Collection background stamp was really cool. It reminded me of the bug collections we used to have to do in Science Class.

I stamped the background stamp onto Kraft card stock, once in Cocoa ink and once in Sand Stone ink.

I originally tried to stamp the sentiment in black ink onto the front panels but it got lost in the background so I stamped then onto White card stock and added to the front instead.

My colorful moths are added to the front with foam squares for dimension.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration using the My Monthly Hero Kit! Remember, the kit is only available while supplies last so if you like the Peek-A-Boo drawers, you’ll want to grab this kit!

SUPPLIES

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You Rule – Hero Arts

Welcome everyone! My card today is featuring some products from the August My Monthly Hero Kit/Release 2019 from Hero Arts. I think this has to be one of my absolute favorites! It has Kings, Queens, Dragons, Unicorns, Castles and more! I’m a subscriber of the monthly kits but I almost always pick up the Add-ons because they coordinate with the kit so well.

If you like creating with kits, I highly recommend the Hero Arts kits. They have a ton of value in them for a super affordable price. Here is a look at the actual kit contents. I will be creating more from this kit soon!

Today’s card is featuring a die that you can purchase separately. It is called Paper Layering castle. I die cut mine from Neenah Solar White card stock. Then using my copic markers, I just added a little bit of color to some of the elements on the piece.

This die is large enough to cover the entire card front which is what I’m going to do. I will use a piece of Lapis card stock measuring 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″. To add a bit of a highlight to the background I ink blended the edges with Cornflower and Grape Juice ink.

Next, I attached my castle to the card front with liquid glue.

You could always add images from the stamp set included in the kit but I loved this just as it was and decided to just use a sentiment. I stamped the sentiment in embossing ink on Black card stock and heat embossed with white embossing powder.

I trimmed the sentiment down to a thin strip and attached it to the card front with black foam squares.

This Lapis card stock from Hero Arts is one of my new favorite colors and is just perfect with the Paper Layering Castle. I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

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Forest Sunset – Hero Arts

Welcome everyone! I’m finally getting to playing with some of the goodies from last month’s release from Hero Arts. July was a little crazy for me especially with my hubby and daughter taking a trip to St. Thomas for a week. Then it was just me and Dalton and needless to say I did not get a lot done.

So when I found a couple minutes today, I played with the Forest Sunset die. Such a beautiful and simple die. It makes gorgeous cards in minutes!

The Forest Sunset die cuts out the center of your card stock. Pictured below I used Black card stock. For the background, I ink blended Blue Hawaii and Key Lime Fizz Reactive Inks. Then spritzed with water.

I stamped a sentiment on the front using Embossing Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. The sentiment comes from the Celestial stamp set which I thought fit beautifully with this card.

My next card is using white card stock as my front panel and die cutting the Forest Sunset window from it.

I ink blended Grape Slush and Taffy Reactive Inks and spritzed with water.

Magical right?

My sentiment comes from the Camp in the Wild stamp set.

I still have tons more ideas for last month’s release. It just felt good to finally dig in and this was one of my most anticipated from the release.

I hope you enjoyed today’s clean and simple inspiration!

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