My Monthly Hero Blog Hop+ Giveaway

The new My Monthly Hero kit has just been released and it will be available as of TODAY August 3rd at the Hero Arts store, but be aware that this kit is available for a limited time only – once it’s gone, it’s gone. Please remember that you have the option to subscribe and receive the kit monthly and never miss one.  Pre-order your kit today – we estimate kit shipping will begin Friday, August 10th and continues throughout the following week.

The fabulous MMH of August features stamps, frames and other great products that, I am pretty much sure you would love to have to create Summer themed projects, take a look:

MMH August 2020 Kit
MMH August 2020 Kit

The Kit includes: 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp Set, 23 Coordinating Frame Cuts, 1 Greeting Fancy Edge Die, 5 White Postcards, Summer Twilight Palette Reactive Ink Pad. Kit Value: $76.00 Kit Cost: $34.99

So, for today I made two cards. The first one was created using some of the images of the fabulous MMH kit, take a look:

I have to point out that with all those cute images with their matching frames, whatever images you chose, your card is going to be awesome. These images are ideal to color, so in this case I used markers. Additionally, I added some Glaze/Sparkles details to the images, just to make them a bit more fun.

Be aware that my post includes affiliate links, which means that if you click on and shop through them, I will receive a tiny commission from Hero Arts at no cost for you. Thanks!

I selected different colors of HA cardstock to create a colorful striped background. Once I adhered the strips over a white folded card I arranged the stamped images onto the card, to create a little relaxing scene. I finish off my card with a white-embossed sentiment over a black cardstock strip and some sequins.

Supplies Card 1: MMH August | Hero Arts Cardstock

As in every month, there are also some wonderful Add-On products, and I created a second card with a couple of those, check it out:

Card #2 showcases a cute stamp set called Bubble Bath and its matching frame cuts. Just like in my first card, I simply stamped the images with black ink and then I colored the images with markers.

Next, I using a 7/8″ square punch I created different colors of squares to create a background for my scene. I adhered the squares onto a white panel to created a tiled rhombus and then, I arranged the stamped images onto it. I complemented this card with a white-embossed sentiment, some sequins and Glaze/Sparkle details.

Supplies Card 2: CM473 Bubble Bath |DI804 Bubble Bath Frame Cuts | Hero Arts Cardstock

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Hero will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, August 9th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

Please be sure to visit all the participants blogs in order to increase your chances of winning:

Hero Arts
Seeka
Nichol Spohr
Mindy Eggen
Michelle Short
You are here>>>Mariana Grigsby<<<You are here
Maria Willis
Lydia Fiedler
Laurie Willison
Julee Tilman
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Janette Kausen
Ilina Crouse
Emily Midgett
Debi Adams
Daniel West
Channin Pelletier
Amy Kolling

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Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty week!

marianasignat

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Other Supplies:  Journey Glaze | Journey Sparkle Cuts |Sunrise Mix Sequins | Journey Craft Glue |EK Success 7/8″ Square Punch

61 thoughts on “My Monthly Hero Blog Hop+ Giveaway

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  3. I loved your cards. I’d love to have a hammock out on my patio. But the bugs are awful, lol. But that would be my dream.

  4. I L❤VE both cards, and I love that you did a masculine and feminine card. Your second card made me want to run in and run a hot bath in my Jacuzzi tub and take a relaxing soak for these old muscles and bones!!!

  5. Mariana—- Love your cards– especially how you made the “backgrounds”. So creative. And I love your coloring and letting us know what colors you used. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

  6. Love how you built this cute little scene up, and that you used the guy image as well as a feminine design. Two different ways to relax..but I’d settle for either one!

  7. Absolutely wonderful cards Mariana! I really like the gradient coloured cardstock you used as a backing for the fellow resting in the lawnchair with a pitcher of some yummy beverage beside him.
    I also adore the squares used to look like tile to ground the bathtub. We used to have a claw foot tub. Many a good deep soaks were had in it. Love this release!

  8. Love your cards! I really love the squares behind the lady in the bath. Hero Arts is fantastic this is another great release!

  9. Brilliant that Hero Arts included so many guy images! I thought retirement when I saw your beautiful card! What a peaceful scene. From macho to zen I love your tub…. loved it when I saw it on the live, especially the tile and lavender colors… brilliant calming color for this relaxing kit. Beautiful cards!

  10. What great cards! I love your use of colour and lots of little images to create your scenes! I just love the bubble bath card!! Yes, please!!! Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Take care! 🙂

  11. I really like this hop. You have a very different style. It is so great to see different things in this hop! Thank you for sharing.

  12. I love how the cardstock “tile” background gives the feeling of being in a tiled bathroom. And I find it to be very manly to see a man snuggling with a cat. Love both of these cards. Love this kit!

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