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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Hero Arts Summer Catalog - Destinations!

Welcome to Day 2 of Hero Arts 2016 Summer Catalog sneak peeks on my blog! Today the featured stamps are some of my absolute FAVORITES from the new catalog!! Hero Arts has created a bunch of "Destination" stamps - woodblock stamps featuring different parts of the country. Sooooo cute and fun!


I created some 3 x 4 cards with these stamps, perfect for tucking into my pocket-style scrapbooks. I used white embossing powder on watercolor paper, and then quickly watercolored the background with my Daniel Smith paint dots. I'm a wee bit addicted to watercoloring lately - just like a huge chunk of the crafting world!


For more ideas using these new  stamps from Hero Arts, visit these fabulous blogs!

Hero Arts
Clare Prezzia
Jayne Nelson --- Jayne is on Flickr
Amy Tsuruta

Comment on this and all of the blogs above - Hero Arts is giving away a $25 shopping spree each day, randomly selected from the comments left across all of the blogs.

And thanks for stopping by,

128 comments:

  1. Super fun, love all the watercoloring!

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  2. What a fun way to use those stamps ... love Chicago

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  3. Such a quick and easy way to make beautiful cards.

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  4. LOVE your FABULOUS watercolours Libby!!!
    WOW - you have SO MANY panels to help document your travels :)

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  5. Superb take on these gorgeous stamps! Stunning cards!

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  6. Love your cards! Beautiful coloring!

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  7. Great stamps and wonderfully simple way to show the stamps off!

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  8. Great idea to use these in scrapbooks!

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  9. What fun to create cards that may have been part of a vacation, and a great card as a teaching tool learning about cities around the USA!

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  10. Fabulous! Perfect for scrapbook!

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  11. These stamps are perfect for documenting vacations. I love your idea.

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  12. fantastic and such an easy way to use these stamps - love this idea!

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  13. These stamps are perfect for watercolor backgrounds. Your samples look fab!

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  14. Great idea to do watercolor resist with the destination stamps.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Great idea Libby. I thought of making postcards with these fun stamps too!

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  16. Fabulous cards made! Love all the colors!

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  17. You did a great job with your city stamps! I really like them.

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  18. Love the watercolor wash backgrounds!

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  19. These are so pretty. Love your watercoloring.

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  20. how simple and fun! now a road trip to go with them....

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  21. I love those! I need the San Francisco one

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  22. Fun cards! Love the destinations white heat embossed with the watercolor. It really makes them stand out Thanks for sharing!

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  23. So colorful! I need to get the Hawaii one for a trip later this year.

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  24. I see you couldn't stick with just one, but had to stamp all of them. :)))) San Francisco, here I come!

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  25. I really like your cheerful cards--that would be a great set to make for someone who travels a lot!

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  26. Love your artsy projects, so fun!!!

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  27. Beautiful!! I love the look from the watercolor resist. TFS

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  28. Wow, these are amazing, Libby! So perfect for pocket pages! These are a great idea for postcards too!

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  29. Wonderful water coloring and LOVE the new stamps!!

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  30. Adore ur card!
    Cristina thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspot.it

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  31. These are so cute! I love your watercoloring, especially the red, white, and blue for Washington D.C.

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  32. I love this technique--white skyline against beautiful watercolor backgrounds!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  33. Beautiful, Libby! I love the vintage postcard feel of these stamps, and your projects are wonderful!

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  34. Fun set of cards! Love the watercolored backgrounds!

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  35. Love these. Great and fun use for the stamps.

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  36. I love the watercolour backgrounds.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  37. Love these destination stamps and backgrounds. It's very inspirational. Seattle is my favorite! My hometown!

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  38. Gorgeous watercoloring/resist! Loving these new city stamps!

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  39. Love these... and I would love to see Philadelphia added! Nice watercoloring.

    Thanks.

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  40. These are so fun and will definitely love to collect them all!

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  41. Love your watercolor on these fun stamps!

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  42. Love your watercolor on these fun stamps!

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  43. Love all these stamps and have been to all cities! But SF is my fav! Love the watercolor technique used! TFS

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  44. These are so cool! Great for making postcards or as wall art! Love the beautiful shades of watercolors.

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  45. I'm loving the watercoloring technique you used!

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  46. So cool! I would frame all of them! TFS

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  47. These stamps are so
    neat and love how
    you watercolored
    them.
    Carla from Utah

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  48. Love the wood stamp design of the cities! Great idea. Do you have the Sonoma County wood stamp yet?

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  49. Fabulous watercolors, Libby!! The green Chicago is a stand-out!

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  50. Love these, frames are great.
    Ang

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  51. Your watercolor technique is great, and the stamps are perfect with it.

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  52. Those are cool- love the white embossing with the watercolor paints!

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  53. I really like these city wood stamps, the designs are so perfect. Have you thought of doing Sonoma County Wine Country? (just a suggestion) love your water coloring with new colors.

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  54. Love the watercoloring on these cityscapes!

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  55. The stamps adapted well to water coloring. The embossing makes the images pop. Thanks

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  56. Great idea with the water coloring. So quick and easy

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  57. Love these! Must say I really love the red, white & blue on Washington DC. Beautiful.

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  59. Amazingly simple cards with beautiful results:)

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  60. Oh goodness, these are perfection!! Love love love what you did with these awesome stamps!

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  61. Smooching is a great technique for these wonderful destination stamps.

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  62. I love these destination stamps

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  63. Love the watercolor washes. Love the destination stamps also. DC is my favorite as my son lives there now. Hawaii is an all time fave.

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  64. Awesome!! So creative! Love these new stamps!

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  65. Totally awesome Libby! I love these.

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  66. Great idea! Watercoloring is always fun!

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  67. I love the way these are watercolored. Very nice!

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  68. Very cool! Love the patriotic colors for Washington DC.

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  69. Love how you watercolored the stamps.

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  70. Interesting idea to watercolor the backgrounds.

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  71. I just love the look of watercolors with rubber stamps. Thanks for this wonderful sneak peek

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  72. I just love the look of watercolors with rubber stamps. Thanks for this wonderful sneak peek

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  73. Soooooo excited abt these!!! And love ur simple watercolor washes on these 😊

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  74. These are great stamps! They work great like this. I especially like the DC colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  75. Can't wait to get my hands on at least three of these. LOVE THEM!

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  76. Can't wait to get my hands on at least three of these. LOVE THEM!

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  77. What a fun way to highlight each of these images Libby. Awesome!

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  78. This is awesome! Fun and creative way to work with these images...

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  79. OOOHHHH! I really like the watercoloring and white embossing effect! What a great idea!

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  80. I can see why you love these stamps Libby - are they going to so other cities of the world???
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  81. These are great stamps! Love he watercolor look on them too! :)

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  82. These are gorgeous! The watercolor feature is amazing!

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  83. Wow! I love these "Destination” stamps!!! Those cards seems like postcards!!!!

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  84. What great stamps to create some fun and easy cards. I like how you used water coloring to highlight the stamp images.

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  85. So many great cards! Love the watercoloring!

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  86. Love these! Embossing and watercoloring are so fantastic together!

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  87. Super-cool look with the watercolors!

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  88. Love the bright colours of your water coloured images.

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  89. Love all the different Watercolored backgrounds. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

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  90. Libby - what you've done here is simply clever! Just a simple wash of water coloring and embossing and the results are stunning!

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  91. Simple technique...stunning results!

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  92. Beautiful showcase of these destinations...and I'm ready to pack my bag and go sight-seeing...
    ~carol

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  93. WOW...looks like you had a lot of FUN with these!!! Thanks for sharing!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  94. Love all your watercolor cards. Really amazing.

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  95. Pretty cool, really PRETTY and COOL at the same time!

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  96. Love the cityscapes.
    With the embossing it is so easy to get
    beautiful shading.
    thanks for sharing

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  97. Trying to get my mojo back!!! and this is helping!! great idea!!!

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  98. Cards made with the DC stamp will be the perfect gift for my family members who live in that city. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  99. Wow, this gives these stamps a whole different look with the white embossing. How fun!

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  100. Love the embossing and water color. So pretty

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  101. What a cool set of cards for your scrapbook! They'd also make great cards, too!

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  102. Neat cards.... Love the water coloring over the embossed cities!

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  103. I found you during an Instagram click-hole event (where one click leads to another click and so on and so on until you are 30 clicks away from where you began) and I am so glad!! I'm in love with the DC Destination stamp (just moved here!!) Can't wait to get one and send cards to all my friends and family!!

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  104. Great city scape cards and the water coloring. Love the size. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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  105. These are gorgeous in the Daniel Smith water colors, Libby! Love these colors. Thanks, craftqueen417 at yahoo
    HTTPS://paulettesrpettypapercrafts.wordpress.com

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  106. Loving your watercolors. These would make great postcards.

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  107. Love the stamps and water coloring. These are my type of projects.

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