Thursday, August 27, 2020

Hero Arts: New Unity Products Blog Hop and Giveaway

 Hi everyone!

Another day, another blog hop ;) Today the Hero Team is hopping celebrating the new Unity release. These products were released in with the Winter Catalog, but they deserve a special blog hop and a giveaway.

There are 4 products released (all are linked at the bottom of this post): Kids United set and frame cuts, Power to the People set and Hands of Hope fancy die. 

If you are following the hop you have probably arrived from Daniel's blog and your next stop is Lydia Fiedler

The full hop list is on the bottom of this post too!

I have two cards! The first one features the Kids United set and dies. To make the card start by stamping the image on Dove white cardstock using Intens-ified black ink. Color with alcohol markers (I used Copics) and die cut. Cut two pieces of Dove white card stock measuring 4" x 5 1/4". Die cut the second to the large heart from the Hearts infinity dies from one. For the second one use Lemon drop, Splash and Pool Party reactive inks and do some ink blending. Splatter some water. 

Stamp the sentiment on black card stock and emboss in white. Trim around it. Assemble your card.



For my second card I used the set Power to the people and kept it pretty simple. Start with a Dove white piece of cardstock measuring 4" x 5 1/4" and stamp the image using Intens-ified black ink. Stamp the sentiment and color it. Using fun foam adhere to a Sand top folding note card. 







GIVEAWAY:Hero Arts will give away a $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by leaving a comment between now and Sunday, September 6th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week. 

43 comments:

  1. Like the coloring, framing & messages.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Love both of them!They're simple yet powerful!

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  3. I love both cards! THe swinging pair is my favorite!

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  4. Love the simplicity of these two cards. Well done!

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  5. Spectacular cards, sometimes the simplest sentiments are the best!

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  6. Wonderful cards! I like how the swings ropes go up through the heart.

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  7. The images are so easy to make such impactful cards. And you work is amazing.

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  8. I love your wonderful cards. This Unity release is so timely and the sentiments are perfect and timely.

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  9. The graphics on these cards are so sweet!

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  10. Great job on the cards & the coloring. The sentiments are so important in the things that we're all facing today. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Wonderful cards! I really like the kindness sentiment- which we so need right now!

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  12. These cards are just amazing and beautiful great job

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  13. The cards are wonderful. I’m really moved by the hands banner - it’s so powerful!

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  14. Great cards with powerful messages. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  16. Wow - I really love these cards.

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  17. Very sweet. This is what I see in everyday life, and I love it :)

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  18. FAB cards! Sweet, sweet image framed in a heart and the Kindness sentiment is powerful! Doesn't cost us anything to be kind! xo~

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  19. The pure friendship of children... we need more swings in our trees! Precious!

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  20. Awesome cards! Love the two girls on the swings!

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  21. Wonderful cards! I love those sweet images and your clever designs!! Thanks for sharing this great inspiration! Take care! :)

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  22. Your cards are beautiful! I love the heart window- the girls really pop against it!

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  23. Both of your cards are beautiful as beautiful as these Unity stamp sets!

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  24. Love both of your cards!
    The card with the Black mat really stands out.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  25. I love how simple yet powerful the cards are. Thank you.

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  26. I love the card with the kids on a swing image. It really illustrates the concept of friendship.
    I lived on various Air Force bases until I was a teenager, and the prejudice I absorbed was officer vs enlisted - skin color was not a factor. So when we lived off base for the first time ever, I did not understand why some people were prejudiced about what color a person's skin was.

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  27. Your colors and coloring are so pretty!! I love how clean and simple your cards are, the art work and sentiments are really allowed to shine!

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  28. Beautiful, inspiring cards, Ilina-- showing the openness of children, and strength in diversity. Thanks so much!

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  29. Beautiful card. I love that you can use it any time ~ birthday, get well, just because... It's wonderful!

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  30. Wonderful cards with such an awesome message!

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  31. Those little girls are so sweet. I especially like how you did the little black girl's hair. Braids and black hair can be a little difficult for me to color without turning them into either a black blob or grey hair, so this is a great reference. And that second card is pure CAS beauty.

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  32. Two fabulous cards! I love the first one; it is so beautiful! Love the colors in the background and how you have the die cut image inside and outside the frame; it looks really cool!

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  33. Love your cards and the great messages of kindness and friendship! Wonderful coloring! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Hi Ilina :) Both of your cards are a delightful showcasing of this new release!!! Way to go! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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