A Trio of Christmas Cards with the MMH Kit for October 2021!
Hello Crafty Friends! Today I want to share with you a few I cards made using the Hero Arts – My Monthly Hero Kit for October 2021.
I created 3 Victorian style Christmas cards filled a with antique-ish elements. The cardstock included are in beautiful regal colors, I went with the gingerbread color theme for all 3 of my cards:) The lovely window die is the perfect backdrop for this amazing kit! I love how they all turned out and hope you do too! Links are below for the MMH Kit subscription.
The August KIT INCLUDES:
► – 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp Set
► – 12 – Coordinating Frame Cuts
► – Window Shop Cover Plate Die
► – 6 – 4.25″ x 5.5″ Sheets of Biodegradable Acetate Sheets
► – 7 – 5.5″ x 8.5″ Sheets of Cardstock in Assorted Holiday Jewel Tones
► – Prisma Glitter, 0.5 oz.
As always, you can watch how I created this card over on my YouTube Channel, Just Click Here . Grab your coffee friends and let’s get to crafting! Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you a fun and crafty day! Hugs, Tina
Hero Arts INTENSE BLACK Ink Pad
• My Monthly Hero Subscription (Month to Month)
• My Monthly Hero Subscription (3 Month)
• My Monthly Hero Subscription (6 Month)
5 thoughts on “Hero Arts – My Monthly Hero | October 2021 Kit”
wow so beautiful tina i love all the cards
Great cards. Just noticed that your first card, the card front is upside down. The arches belong on top. You concealed it well, with covering the arches with other elements. I don’t believe any contractor would ever install a window with arches upside down, though it might be interesting, right?? Worked for you though. Just hope everyone who buys this set knows that the window should have the arches on top. The results were great, as usual. You are my favorite designer, still.
Any suggestions on how to use the store front die on a platinum 6. I seem to cut right through the paper. I purchased the kit after watching the video as I new I had found the perfect Christmas card inspiration. Love the color combinations.
Hi there:) I used a heavy weight cardstock with the large die and my Platinum 6. I suggest 100-120 lb cover weight, that may help:) Many Thanks & Crafty Hugs:)
Thank you so much for your really quick reply. I was using the Hero Arts cardstock that was included in the kit. New to all this so I still learning what works ( and making plenty of mistakes). Can’t wait to work on my cards this week