30 September 2022

Hero Arts | October 2022 My Monthly Hero Countdown to Creativity

Hello there and welcome as we countdown to the release of the Hero Arts October 2022 My Monthly Hero Kit and add-ons. This month's kit is called North Pole Scene Building and can be used in so many different ways. You can create scenes, you can use images individually, you can use the cling background stamp on its own or with the images - so versitile!

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I started off my card by creating the background. I took a panel of white cardstock and using Hero Arts Ink Blending Brushes, blended Hero Arts Core Inks on top. I used (top to bottom) Indigo, Amethyst and Ultra Pink. I then splattered on Hero Arts White Glimmer Metallic Ink on top and set aside to dry. 

On another panel of white cardstock, I stamped one of the images from the Hero Arts October 2022 My Monthly Hero Kit stamp set on top using Hero Arts Intens-ified Black Ink. I then coloured the snow using BG11, BG10 and BG000 Copic Markers. 

I took the coordinating die and partially cut the top, leaving the bottom attached to the panel. Once the background panel was dry, it was adhered to a US A2 sized white card base with thin foam tape. The snowy scene panel was then adhered on top with more thin foam tape. 

I took the sentiment from the set and stamped it on to white cardstock using Hero Arts Intens-ified Black Ink. It was die cut out using the coordinating die and I also cut another two from plain white cardstock so that I could stack them up for dimension. It was then adhered to the card with Hero Arts Precision Glue. To finish off, I added a few Bubble embellishments. 



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For more inspiration using the Hero Arts October 2022 My Monthly Hero Kit, please head over to the Hero Arts Blog. Make sure to leave a comment over there too, for a chance to win a kit! Thanks so much for stopping by today, I really appreciate it. Have a great day! 


  1. Bee-utiful background and detail of snowy landscape.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  2. love that you did a partial cut on the die - forget to use that technique. Lovely card. Beautiful background

  3. Thanks for the creativity! The card is lovely and I feel I could easily make a few for Christmas!

  4. Love the blending and beautiful background.

  5. Michelle, Michelle, Michelle, You have my head spinning trying to figure out how you did that partial cut. I love your creative mind. This card is amazing. Thank you

  6. Oh wow this is just super michelle. Your blending really is perfection. One day I will be as good as you hahaha. X X TFS

  7. Love the layers to this card. Gives it great details.

  8. Love your card; the background is amazing!

  9. Love the colors on your card. Thanks for sharing.

  10. What a beautiful card! Love the ink blended background.

  11. beautiful pink and purple background, really makes the village pop!

  12. Wow Michelle you've done it again! I've never successfully done a partial die cut lol. But seeing how you've done it
    I will certainly have a try again.
    Thank you once again for sharing your magical cards.


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