Hero Arts: March 2022 My Monthly Hero Release, Blog Hop, Giveaway + Video

Hi everyone.
It's new month, and it's time for a new My Monthly Hero kit from Hero Arts.

And...it's another awesome My Monthly Hero Kit from Hero Arts.
Here's the official description of this months kit: 

Take a trip to the art museum with the March My Monthly Hero release. The main kit features Abstract Expressionist art in the form of paint splatters. Stamp them with your favorite inks, or to mimic the bold look of acrylic paint, emboss them with the four vibrant embossing powders included in this kit. We've also included paper with the feel of canvas for creating your masterpieces, and the kit is rounded out with a fantastic cover plate die of the art museum patrons gazing at your work of art. Just imagine all the things you can frame with this die!

If you are following the hop you have probably arrived from Emily Midgett 's blog and your next stop is Libby Hickson
Pre-order your kit now, as it is available only until supplies last!!!
For my card today I decided to try to do something artsy and out of my comfort zone. I die cut 4 squares using the Square infinity dies and stacked them together. I covered it with Embossing and Watermark ink and applied white embossing powder. I built up the layers until I got a thick layer of white embossing powder. Once it cooled down I stamped the paint splashes using Reactive inks and melted the embossing powder between each application. Used also a edge of a piece of cardstock to move the embossing around to create more fun effect. Once cooled down, I used Tide Pool Shadow ink and applied over the surface. Re-melted the embossing powder and moved it around with my heat tool.
Once cool again, I stamped the splatters with Embossing and Watermark ink and applied Black Sparkle embossing powder then melted it.
Once cooled I adhered it to a Dove White panel and stamped sentiment underneath.

 I will have a video up ASAP.


Kit Contents:
• 4" x 6" Clear Stamp Set
• Fancy Window Die
• 4 Embossing Powders in Goldenrod, Orange, Blue, Purple (1/4 oz. each)
• Clear Embossing & Watermark Ink Cube
• 2 Sheets Extra Thick Canvas Paper (4.25" x 5.5")
• 1 Sheet Canvas-textured Paper (5.5" x 8.5")

Kit Description: Take a trip to the art museum with the March My Monthly Hero release. The main kit features Abstract Expressionist art in the form of paint splatters. Stamp them with your favorite inks, or to mimic the bold look of acrylic paint, emboss them with the four vibrant embossing powders included in this kit. We've also included paper with the feel of canvas for creating your masterpieces, and the kit is rounded out with a fantastic cover plate die of the art museum patrons gazing at your work of art. Just imagine all the things you can frame with this die!

Me next card used the Art Meowseum set, that I combined with the Museum Frame fancy die to frame the Leonardo Da Vinci's cat ;) and Abstract Frames bold prints to add little bit of subtle interest to my background.

GIVEAWAY: We will give away a $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, March 13th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.
Special Guests: 

Comments

Alexandra Y said…
Oh that kitty makes me laugh! So cute! :D
MadeByMeghanK said…
Gorgeous cards! I LOVE the splatter one!
Love these cards!!! Great ideas for masculine cards! I struggle with those!
Beautiful cards great for a masculine theme birthday!
Dee Earnshaw said…
love your cards - the second card is so fun
Geri S said…
What unique cards! Love this kit.
L in MN said…
Great original design for stamping. And good timing with the museums Van Gogh exhibit. https://vangoghmsp.com/
Wonderful unique creations.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"
Donna Walls said…
Absolutely wonderful...especially Da Vinci's Cat!
Anonymous said…
Marisela Delgado said: Awesome cards! Cute kitty! ☺ Marisela mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com
Jeanne Rice said…
Love your cards. Can’t wait for the kit. Thanks for sharing.
Cardcrafter said…
Your cat is so cute! Thank you for sharing your creativity!
cjknick said…
Really lovely cards; thanks for sharing.
Sue D said…
I like the colors on the painting and the framing of the cat.
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TerryC said…
Love the colors on the ink splatter one!
Amy Solovay said…
Laughing out loud at your Art Meowseum kitty. That is THE BEST! The Museum Frame fancy die was the perfect accent for that fun, playful cat image. Both of your examples are fantastic. What a great kit, and I really enjoyed seeing how you used the elements and add-ons from it.
jamie mastin said…
Love the dimension you achieved on your spatter card, it looks like a tile! Beautiful cards!
Linda Fillds said…
Love your color choices on the splatter card and your cat card is so fun... I love it.....tyfs :)
Jeanne Beam said…
Gorgeous cards! Love the designs…
Thanks for sharing.
Tindaloo said…
WOWsers!!! theese are gorgeous ♥ loving the embossing technique u showed, hope there will be a videotutorial soon :)
Nancy Knapp said…
The cat card is spectacular! Thanks for sharing.
Stacy Davis said…
Oh my goodness, that kitty! So fun! Your cards are awesome! I love your color choices!
sharon g said…
Oh my gosh, the cat!! This is so cute and clever