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Hero Arts My Monthly Hero May 2022 Release And Blog Hop

It is time for the May My Monthly Hero kit from Hero Arts! This one is sure to cook up some fun! Let’s take a peek at the kit!


We’ve cooked up some creativity with the May My Monthly Hero kit release. Join us in the kitchen for a kit made for sharing birthday greetings, friendship, or decorating your baked goodies! The main kit features a gorgeous kitchen-themed Cover Plate die. The A2-sized cling stamp adds a great backsplash to your scene, or is versatile as a background on any project. There are dies for embellishing with pots or adding food, a fun new “cast iron” embossing powder, and messages for your card and gift giving needs. The kit is rounded out with cardstock in colors that give a vintage kitchen vibe, as well as wonderfully theme-appropriate baker’s twine.
Kit Contents:• 4″ x 6″ Clear Stamp Set
• Cover Plate Fancy Die
• 6 Additional Fancy Dies
• Cling Background Stamp (4.625″ x 5.875″)
• 12 Sheets of Cardstock – 4 each of Pink, Mint, White (5.5″ x 8.5″)
• Watermark & Embossing Ink Cube
• Cast Iron Embossing Powder (0.5 oz.)
• Blue Baker’s Twine (10 yards)

Kit Value: $70
Kit Cost: $34.99

I have a few fun ways to use this kit as inspiration. Let’s start by using the amazing cover plate.

I started by white heat embossing the background brick image onto cranberry cardstock. I added a bit of Root Beer Reactive ink along with Unicorn Pigment ink for a “distressed” look. I cut a panel of white cardstock using the cover die. An oval die was also used to cut the center of a white panel. I thought this would make for a fun vignette featuring the kitchen.

I cut the top 2 shelves due to them not being seen with the vignette opening. I then colored the kitchen panel using Copic markers (please see supply list for colors). I had to add the little toast die cuts to the toaster…it was just too cute!

The 3 panels (brick, kitchen and vignette) were adhered together using liquid glue and added to an A2 card base. A small rectangle was cut from white cardstock and colored with Copic markers for a wood sign that features the sentiment. The sentiment was stamped using embossing ink and white embossing powder that was heat set. It was then adhered to the finished panel.

Supply List:

The next card, I had a lot of fun with! I used the brick background and sentiments from the kit for a colorful birthday card.

Using a panel of white cardstock, I ink blended a pretty rainbow in Reactive inks. I then white heat embossed the brick background onto the piece. To mix things up, I cut along the embossed lines and alternated the pieces between rightside up and upside down. I used a piece of copy paper to keep the pieces together and trimmed the altered panel to 4 by 5 1/4 inches.

The background was added to a black A2 card base. I cut a few hexagons from black cardstock and white heat embossed the sentiments from the kit. I did add a bit of foam tape to the “Happy Birthday” for dimension.

Supply List:

GIVEAWAY:We will give away a $50 gift card, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, May 8th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.
Hero Arts
Channin Pelletier
Dana Joy
Daniel West
Debi Adams
Emily Midgett
Ilina Crouse
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Lydia Fiedler
Maria Willis
Michelle Short
Mindy Eggen
Pocono Pam
Seeka
Special Guests:
Jennifer Kotas
Meg Brooks
Nichol Spohr
Rebecca Keppel

Thanks for joining me today! Have a great Day.

28 thoughts on “Hero Arts My Monthly Hero May 2022 Release And Blog Hop”

  1. OH….I love both of these awesome colorful cards! First time I saw the kitchen scene frame and I really like it! And I do plan on using that fantastic background stamp to use on cards other than the kitchen scene!

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  2. Hi, Meg – I just love that cover plate of the kitchen! Fantastic job w/ the coloring and deciding to use the oval frame. I also really like the brick rainbow card – very pretty!
    Lori S in PA

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  3. You changed it up with the oval mat. Bricks are nice and provides a cozy warmth to your card. Great idea. Very nice cards.

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  4. Love your Bright colorful Kitchen! This release from Hero Arts is so Fun and can be used for so many occasions, I can’t wait to play with it!

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  5. The geo card is very nice, but the oval around that kitchen is terrific, so warm and homey. Great way to showcase this very useful kit!

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  6. I love how we get a glimpse of your pretty cozy kitchen, like looking through an oval window–clever! And your HB card is so happy and colorful….full of cheer!

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