Monday, February 1, 2021

Hero Arts - My Monthly Hero February 2021

Hey, Crafty Friends!! Happy Monday!! I hope you all had a beautiful weekend and are well rested because today is an exciting one!

If you are here from Jenn Shurkus' blog, you are in the right place!

I'm so incredibly honored in joining Hero Arts in February's My Monthly Hero Kit Reveal and Blog Hop Giveaway!!

If you are not familiar with My Monthly Hero, it is a monthly limited edition subscription-based stamp & dies kit. You will receive a theme-based stamp set with matching dies, paper, and coordinating goodies and embellishments. There are only a limited number of each monthly kit so once they are sold out they are gone forever!! 

With that said, let's jump right into February's Kit... and boy, are you gonna love it!!

This month's theme is Hawaiiana!! Many of you know Hawaii is my HOME state! So when I was presented with this opportunity of course I absolutely had to accept and represent the 808 State!!!



Here are all the goodies that come included in this month's kit...


Kit Contents:

  • 6” x 8” Clear Stamp Set
  • 21 Coordinating Frame Cuts
  • Tropical Flower Washi Tape
  • Sand Embossing Powder, 0.5 oz
  • 6 5.5″ x 8.5″ Cardstock Sheets (2 each in Turquoise, Marrs Green, Coral)

Kit Value: $70

Kit Cost: $34.99



A few close-ups...





I hope you enjoyed this card I created for this month's release and it inspires you to create!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR STOPPING BY!!
~Mitsyana


For even more inspiration, make sure to check out the entire blog hop line-up!! Check out creations from Hero Arts Creative Team as well as a few crafty friends. Please be sure to visit all of their blogs – and leave a comment at every stop along the way. One reader will be randomly selected to receive a $50 gift card to use in the Hero Arts store!

Giveaway Details:

We will give away one $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, February 7th at 11:59pm pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.


 Leave your comments on all of these blogs:

Hero Arts (Start Here!)
Special Guests:
Mitsyana Wright (You Are Here!)

Supplies Used
D1846 Hexagon Infinity Dies (Hero Arts)


Mega Runner (Xyron)

No.050 Yellow, No.052 Bright Yellow, No.023 Scarlet Red, No.020 Red, No.024 Wine Red, No.064 Oatmeal, No.072 Beige, No.066 Dark Oatmeal, No.065 Mid Brown, No.046 Mid Green, No.043 Olive Green, No.044 Deep Green, No.091 Light Gray, No.090 Gray, No.010 Black (Zig)

Mini Ink Blending Tool (Ranger Ink)
MISTI Tool (My Pink Petunia)
Versafine- Onyx Black Ink (Imagine Crafts)
VersaMark (Imagine Crafts)
Powder Tool (EK Success)
Natural Corrugated Cardstock (DCWV)
110 lb White Cardstock 
110 lb Black Cardstock



 

27 comments:

  1. Wow! You really reflected the tiki feel on this card! Great as a masculine card too! Impressive!

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    1. Thank you, Wendy!! It'ssomtimes hard finding great gender neutral cards! So this is a great set for evryone!

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    1. Glad you like it!! Thank you so much, Avra!!

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  3. Wonderful use of the corrugated cardstock. May need to order some because do not crimper tool would look as good.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Thank you! And I definitely agree... I crimper tool just doesn't haave the same effect. This was die-cut and the texture of the corrugated cardstock still held up after being literally flattened!

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  4. Gorgeous scene!!! I want to be there! I love the hula people!

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  5. Such a beautiful card. Love your color scheme and the texture you added.

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  6. Authentic card! Love the texture with the corrugated paper.

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  7. Awesome card. I love the textured background and all the delightful images. I can just hear that uke playing while the cute hula girl dances.

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  8. Love the use of the cardboard. It really adds so much to the card.

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  9. Darling card. Wonderfully colored images. Love the corragated cardboard- looks like bamboo!

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  10. I love how you used so many images on the left as a focal point. REALLY cute

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  11. Wonderful cards and wonderful coloring.

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  12. I like how you included so many images yet it doesn’t look cluttered. Great card!

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  13. Love the way you assembled your pretty card! Great colors and details on this tropical scene!

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  14. What a cute Hawaiian scene! I love the color combination!

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  15. Love your card! So cute! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Such a gorgeous card! Love the colors...
    Thanks for sharing.

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  17. What a stunning card! I love all the layers in your clever design and bright, happy colours! It makes me happy just looking at it!! Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Stay safe! :)

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  18. Very cool card! It makes me want to go to a luau.

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  19. Love the scene you have created. Beautiful color combo as well!

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  20. All the cards on the hop are great, but there is just something about this one that I love the most! Just beautiful!

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