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Monday, July 3, 2017

July My Monthly Hero - Release + Giveaway!

(Edited to add: I've created a trio of cards using some of the other products released this month. You can see them in another blog post, HERE!)

Hello and welcome to another My Monthly Hero release blog hop. You should have arrived here by way of Michelle's blog. If not - head back to the Hero Arts blog to start at the beginning.

This month's kit has some of my favorite flowers - sweet peas and lavender - and a bunch of great containers for holding them. I've created a few cards today, but I wanted to walk you through the process for the background on this first one.


Along with the gorgeous stamps and dies in the kit, they have also included a Ranger Distress Oxide ink pad in the Iced Spruce color! The idea was that you can create a verdigris effect for the metal containers in the kit. Have you tried the oxide inks yet? They are a lot of fun! They react with water like all Distress inks, but they are more of a pigment ink, so the look and effect is a bit different. I've always had trouble getting a smooth blend with regular Distress inks (user error!!), but these blend like butter. I began by blending ink all over cardstock and spritzing with water, adding larger droplets by hand, and then dried it with my heat tool.


Next I added some of the Hero Arts Caramel ink by wiping the ink pad directly onto my craft sheet and spritzing with water. Please note - the Hero Arts inks *do not* behave like Distress Inks with water. Do not go in with that expectation!! But, you can do cool things with them - just different cool things. Embrace the difference! :) I randomly dipped the cardstock panels into the pool of ink then dried it with my heat tool.


Here are my finished panels. The idea was to create a verdigris look - the greenish oxide that forms on copper But don't they look like rusty metal? Either way, I love it!


I used one as a background panel on today's card. For the focal point image, I colored the pot to mimic the background using my Copics. I plan to also stamp the metal containers directly onto another one of these sheets I created, for use on a future card. The message on this card was embossed in copper.


Moving on to my next card... for this one I created a "custom" garden boot by combining the boot and little butterfly images that are included in the kit stamps. I made a reverse mask for this one. I stamped the boot on masking tape, trimmed it out, and then used the negative piece to form the mask around the outside of the boot. Then I stamped the butterflies randomly all over the boot, and colored with my Copics.


I added a little Glossy Accents to the boot to give it a shiny look.


For my final card, I used masking once again. This time I created some jar masks, so I could make it look like some jars were behind others.


I added some lavender to one of the jars, again with masking so the stems look like they are inside the jar. I dug out some oldies but goodies from my stash to finish this one - burlap paper, washi and brads.

Here's a look at the complete kit:


And now it's time to hop! Please visit all of the links below, and leave comments as you go! Hero Arts is giving away a kit to one lucky commenter, drawn from the comments left on all of the blogs. You have until Sunday, July 9 at 11:59pm to get your comments in. Check the Hero Arts blog for the winner!

The Hero Arts Blog
Jennifer McGuire
Wanda Guess
May Park
Yana Smakula
Jessica Frost-Ballas
Kathy Racoosin
Lydia Fiedler
Amy Tsuruta
Michelle Short
Libby Hickson (you are here!)

Thanks so much for hopping along with us today! You can find the kit in the Hero Arts store HERE. There are also a bunch of gorgeous add-ons, you can find all of those HERE.

Thanks for stopping by,

Hero Arts My Monthly Hero July 2017
Hero Arts My Monthly Hero July 2017
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Hero Arts Copper Embossing Powder
Hero Arts Copper Embossing Powder
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Hero Arts Caramel Bold Ink
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CM193 Little Florals
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Hero Arts Little Florals Frame Cuts
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CM194 Summer Garden
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DI411 Bufferfly Confetti Fancy Die
DI411 Bufferfly Confetti Fancy Die
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DI410 Paper Layering Basket
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DC219 Daisy and Bugs Stamp & Cut
DC219 Daisy and Bugs Stamp & Cut
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CG713 Ant Trail Bold Prints
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CG714 Picnic Blanket Bold Prints
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E6253 Picnic Basket
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Get Them All - July Add-Ons
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201 comments:

  1. Lovely cards you created with this kit. I like the background on the first, the butterflies and shine on the boots and the burlap paper on the mason jar card.

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  2. Love, love your butterfly boot! Soooo pretty! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  3. Gorgeous cards! I can't wait to get my hands on the rubber boot stamp!!

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  4. What an amazing background you made! Love the cards!

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  5. I love the butterfly boot. I also love the background.

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  6. Wow, the glossy accents on the boot adds such a great look! Beautiful!

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  7. Adore that background you created! Great samples to inspire

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  8. Will definitely try the rusted look. Loved the Boot card it was soooo sweet.

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  9. I love how you created the rusty metal look!!!

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  10. WOW! I really liked the look of metal on the background and the bucket, such a neat idea!!! Also, the boot is so cute, with the butterflies and using the glossy accents!! Love all of your cards! Thank you for sharing!!

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  11. All that effort into creating the watercan color which only made it look so effortless and spot on like in real life!! Very nice work!!

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    1. Thank you Tanya! But truly, it's not a lot of work - it's quite quick and easy to make these backgrounds. It took longer to take photos and write up a blog post about it. :D

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  12. Great cards!! I love all of the texture!

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  13. Beautiful cards - love how you did the background on the first one. Such a fun kit - would love to win one.

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  14. That is a cool background on the first one. It looks like a rusty bucket, which goes so well with the can. NICE JOB.

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  15. Oh I absolutely love how you did the boot, simply stunning!!!

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  16. Stunning cards! That background with the Distress Oxide is amazing! Love that cute little rain boot!

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  17. Love your rusty metal technique for the background. Your cards are awesome!

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  18. All great cards but my fave is that amazing boot!

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  19. Stunning. Your background was out of the park.

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  20. Really like the rusty metal look!

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  21. Each of you artists have taken this stamp kit and made it into something that anyone can do. Thank you for sharing your beautiful cards--can't wait to try that boot.

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  22. Impressive work on those backgrounds !!

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  23. Lovely cards. Your background on the first card is stunning

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  24. Love the technique and the shiny rain boot!!

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  25. I love the rusty metal technique. It's gorgeous!

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  26. I love all of your cards. The sty looking background is wonderful & those rainbows are just too stinking' cute!

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  27. Should read "the rusty looking background".

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  28. I don't like auto correct on my MacBook. I'd typed rain boots as one word & look what it changed it to. I've got to remember to proofread before hitting Post. Sorry for having to send 3 emails to get one comment put out there.

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  29. I love how you used this kit! So adorable!

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  30. Love the backgrounds you created and your cards are lovely!

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  31. I love that background panel ... and the glossy accent enhanced boot. Very nice

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  32. Absolutely gorgeous cards! Love the metal look & those awesome glossy boots!

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  33. Love what you experimented with. Your background paper is so beautiful. Thanks for the ideas.

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  34. Great cards. Love the metal look you achieved.

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  35. Love the beautiful cards, Libby. Your attention to detail is wonderful.

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  36. I love your little tutorial for the verdigris metal look. It really does look cool!

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  37. The boot with the butterflies is sooo cute!

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  38. I really like your cards, but I LOVE your techniques. The way you made rusty metal - I can really use that!. Also, the clever way you used masking tape as a reverse "stencil thing" Another great tip! Thank you.

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  39. I would love to have a real pair of the cute garden boots you created. Thank you for sharing.

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  40. Thank you ! I love what you've done with the ink to create your background. This is what I love about blog hops ... all the amazing ideas from the different artists. Thanks again for the inspiration.

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  41. Thank you for showing us how to create the background I personally don't have caramel ink but I do have others I could use here. I also love how you gave your adorable garden boot some shine it now looks like a sticker very cool.

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  42. love that background you created with the DO ink - thanks!!

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  43. Cute lil boot! That background is too cool!

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  44. Cute lil boot! That background is too cool!

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  45. Love the rain boot card, very well done! The glossy accents really sells it. Can't wait to try it when I get my kit.

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  46. Nice cards, love the techniques you used.

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  47. This is one of my favorite kits. Love your cards!

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  48. The butterflies on the boot are adorable! I love your cards!

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  49. Love all 3 cards! I especially like how you made the background for the first card. Thanks for sharing the technique.

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  50. Wow your cards are so unique, love the butterfly boot!

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  51. WoW....Love that technique you used for the background and metal can! So very creative! Your boot is adorable too! Love all your cards! We seem to get so wrapped up in what's new, it's easy to forget how great our brads, washi tape and burlap make a project! Awesome!

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  52. Love the technique you used for the metal container.

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  53. Great cards. Love the verdigris bucket and background. Also love how you customized the boot with the butterflies.

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  54. Oh my, such wonderful cards. LOVE! Thanks fornsharing the background technique and all the inspiration!

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  55. Love that yummy BG panel you created for the first card. And love how you colored the bucket. Looks real! Your cards are all fabulous. Great technique on the butterfly rain boot.

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  56. Really like the rust bucket effect. Thanks for the idea.

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  57. These are really great cards. Love your use of distress oxide inks you've just opened another door of ideas in my head to try. Thanks for sharing your inspiration and ideas. Also thanks for the chance to win such a fantastic set.

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  58. Gorgeous cards. I love all the interesting container stamps that come with this kit!

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  59. Your butterfly boot is super-cute

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  60. Wish I could have seen a video of that background. The result was wonderful but seeing is easier for me... loved your cards.

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  61. All so beautifully done!! I especially like the glossy accent on the boot!!

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  62. Lovely cards and kit. Sweet and artsy.

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  63. Beautiful cards! It's impossible to pick a favorite. I want to give the "rusty metal" a try. Thanks!

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  64. Three beautiful cards, but my favorite is that special garden boot! So cool!

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  65. Really love the background techniques...

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  66. Lovely cards--thanks for the wonderful inspiration!!

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  67. Love this kit and the verdigris!

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  68. Your cards are just lovely! Thanks for the inspiration and for the opportunity to win!

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  69. Love your background colors. Great cards.

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  70. Love your 'rusty bucket' background!

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  71. How creative you are!!! Love the custom boot!!! Fabulous idea!!

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  72. I enjoyed your take on this card kit and all your techniques. I haven't tried the Distress Oxide inks yet, but am hoping to soon. Thanks for aharing all the loveliness with us!

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  73. I love all of your cards Libby. That background is AWESOME! Thanks for showing us how to make it.

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  74. I really liked your cards. The background was great, can't wait to try it. So many ideas, so little time.

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  75. Wow, BEAUTIFUL and the background of the first card is amazing!!! Thank you

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  76. Loved that you used distress oxide to make your pail look line aluminum.
    Great cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  77. WOW!! What Great cards! Love the background of your 1st card!! Thank you for sharing how you did it, will be trying this one foe sure!!

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  78. Oh lovely cards, I especially love your garden boots idea!

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  79. Thank you sooo much for teaching us that technique and for using the ink pad that comes in the kit!! Oh by the way I really love the cute rain boot with the butterfly stamped on it

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  80. What wonderful cards Libby!! The rusty/metallic background you made is wonderful - like you sweet peas and lavender are my favourite flowers - unfortunately I can't afford the whole kit and kaboodle, but hopefully I can buy the flower set individually later.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  81. Beautiful cards. I love the boot and the glossy look. Looks like a real boot. All of your cards are so creative. I love them.

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  82. Great technique, lovely card. Thank you.

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  83. I am totally fascinated with your background piece on the first card. The effect is just amazing. Thank you.

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  84. Super love your simple yet beautiful designs! And that marble looking background using Hero Arts Caramel Ink is so neat! And love your coloring!!

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  85. Oh my!!! All these cards are really amazing! I'm definitely in love for the first one!!! Simply stunning!!!

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  86. I loved what you did with the distress pretty cards

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  87. Thanks for explaining the background! Love your cards! 🤓

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  88. First card: loved the way you made the background paper. Second card: love the glossy accents that makes the boot look shiny, rubbery and wet. Third card: love the burlap touches. Thank you for sharing!

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  89. I love these cards. I have a jar stamp that I rarely use. Your card has given me ideas. Thanks.

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  90. Absolutely awesome cards Libby. I love the background you made for the first card it is looks amazing on the can.

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  91. Stunning!! Adore the background - have to try this!
    Thanks so much for sharing! :D

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  92. Love the backgrounds you created. I think "smooching" ink is coming back again. Thanks for giving us so many card projects.

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  93. Just gorgeous verdigris background and I absolutely LOVE your shiny floral boot! So sweet!

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  94. Oh my gosh - I love the background you made! Can't wait to try this! And the reverse masking for the boot is fantastic! Thank you for the great ideas!

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  95. Wow...love your fabulous cards. That rainboot with those beautiful butterflies is as cute as it gets, I now need a pair just like yours.

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  96. I love those shiny boots!Wish they would exist in real life so I could wear them!

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  97. Beautiful cards! I love your rusty paper background technique and the reverse masking for the rain boot. Thanks for sharing your how tos.

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  98. wow lovely cards. I especially love the grunge effect. thanks for sharing.

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  99. Fabulous cards!Especially the first one is amazing!

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  100. Love rainboot images for some reason. Your cards are lovely.

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  101. I love your rusty technique. Great idea.

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  102. Gorgeous cards! I love the marbling technique. Thank you for the tutorial. Also love the card with the burlap on it - love the organic theme.

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  103. Thank you for taking the time to share your background technique. It really does look like an old worn out bucket and was amaze at how the oxides works with other inks. I am super excited to try this as I don't have the oxide inks and am thoroughly looking forward to having one! I love you book and how you made it unique my daughter would love this!

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  104. Great cards! I love your rusty tin background; it makes me itch to get out the few Oxide inks I have (I do have Iced Spruce) to try it. The butterfly boot is lots of fun, too. butterfly boot.

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  105. Wonderful cards. I love the background you created for the first one. Very unique.

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  106. All three cards are wonderful! Thank you for sharing the background technique- love it.

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  107. Wow, I just got so many ideas from you! I love the rusty background, and love the boot with butterflies. Thank you for sharing!

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  108. Okay...first I just have to say...this is not the first time I've ever been to your blog, but this time I chuckled at your blog name when I saw it pop up, and I noticed the small print "just hangin out sniffin stazon" for the first time & I about lost it..hilarious!! Okay...your cards...love them all for different reasons. Love the background on your first one, love the simple rain boot on the second, and I just love the overall fresh look and design of your third. Loving that washi tape & especially the burlap!!

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  109. Really like the background on first one.

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  110. Beautiful cards. I love the background on the first card and the mason jars are really nice. Thanks for sharing...

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  111. Wonderful cards! I love the distress oxide ink background you created!

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  112. Pretty cards!! Love that blue background!! Wow!!

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  113. What a clever background with the oxide ink blending and dye ink overlay!

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  115. Beautiful cards Libby! Also love the background you made for the first one!

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  116. cool oxide background and like the touch of matching the pail.

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  117. Awesome cards and the panels you created are so cool.

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  118. Man, do I love these cards? Yes, I do! You did an awesome job. The glossy accents on the boot was an excellent choice. Now, I just wait for the kit to get here.

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  119. Love your beautiful cards! You can create with these supplies year round, and for all occasions. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  120. Wow Libby! Love how you've created the look of verdigris on your first card panel...so original and looks fantastic!! The Glossy Accents on the boot brings it to life and adding your "oldies but goodies" to your final card add such nice finishing touches. Thanks for the inspiration and for reminding us to dig into our stashes for adding a nice touch to our cards. ~HUGS~
    #kindnessmatters

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  121. your background is fantastic.
    Looks like marble and was so
    easy to do. Have to try
    that technique when I finish
    the hop.
    thanks for sharing.

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  122. Oh my gosh so many fabulous cards! Love them all.

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  123. WOW, I love all three of your cards! The background on the first is so cool, perfect effect. Your boot is beautiful, I would love to have a pair lol.

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  124. Love the antique background for the vintage bucket!

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  125. Oh my goodness, such different cards, but all so lovely. The boot with the butterfly pattern is beautiful, and I love the texture you added to the last card. The background on the first card is so elegant and adds so much texture, it's gorgeous. Thank you sharing!

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  126. Great cards. I especially love how you added butterflies to the boot. Beautiful.

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  127. I love the background inking with the distress oxide!! Beautiful cards!!

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  128. Love the addition of the Hero Arts caramel ink to the distress oxude.

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  129. LOVE each design so much!!! You did a great job on the background on the first one; I really enjoyed the pix showing how you did it, too!! The other cards have FUN little extras (like the burlap paper) that make each card very unique and enjoyable!

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  130. Love all of your designs. the background on the first cards is really great.

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  131. Love these, especially the butterflies on the boots - very clever!

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  132. Great cards! I absolutely adore the background on you first one! Totally awesome! TFS!

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  133. Your cards are beautiful. Love the gloss on the rain/garden boot.

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  134. Love your idea of stamping a pattern on the rain boot. Beautiful cards.

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  135. Beautiful cards! I especially love how you incorporated the oxidized look of the background onto the bucket. Cute butterfly boots, too!

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  136. WOW! What an amazing treat to see your work. I loved all your creativity. They were so nice I could not pick a favourite!

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  137. Really liked the way you masked off the jars. Very creative.

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  138. What a beautiful set of cards,Libby. I love the TH Distress Oxide inks for the background technique you used on the first card. :)

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  139. Pretty cards! Love the way you colored the bucket!

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  140. I am inspired! Love your background and the fancy boot!

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  141. My favorite is the garden boot with butterflies! You're idea to create "prints" on it is a wonderful way to add whimsy to what may have been a plain stamped boot. Thank you for sharing your Hero Arts July 2017 Kit ideas & for inspiring us! :-)

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  142. I thought the poppy's would be my favorite, then I saw the snail! Love his trail. All your cards were beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

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  143. that boot is fantastic!! love all of your cards...thanks for sharing!!

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  144. I love the "oxidized" look for the background, and the boots! Charming Charlie look out!

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  145. Beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing. Have a Blessed day!

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  146. Your background is amazing, absolutely love it and definitely going to try this myself. All three cards are awesome, such different uses of this kit. Once I blog hop, I'm sold! Thanks for sharing!

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  147. Thanks for all the inspiration. I wouldn't have thought to use different inks in that way. Must try! Love all the new products to choose from too!

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  148. Awesome background for your first card - thanks for sharing the technique ! Love all your pretty creations ! Great new release.

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  149. These are so lovely. Thank you for sharing the process.

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  150. Wow! So many beautiful cards. Great kit! Thanks for sharing and thanks HA!

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  151. What a cool background you created for the sweet watercolor and I LOVE the butterfly wellies!!

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  152. Adding to the chorus...that background and the butterfly boot are both fabulous. So creative!

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  153. I love the backgrounds and the boot is awesome--also the pretty lavender flowers--just beautiful!

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  154. Love this kit - thanks for the inspiration:)

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  155. These are all great. That boot almost looks wet.

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  156. Love the techniques! This is one of my favorite kits so far. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  157. I love your butterfly boot card, and how you created the verdigris backgrounds! Great techniques!

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  158. Oh my gosh, you're coloring is amazing! I am in owe how your bucket looks like the real thing and so do your glass jars. I love how you did your background too. Everyone on this hop has come up with some beautiful cards!
    The boot with the butterfly is so cute! I was wondering when someone would do something like that. I love butterflies and I wish we had more in my yard. They say they are on the endangered species list and I believe it. I used to plant Lantanas, the butterfly flower in my yard. I didn't get to do that this year because my dad died but when I did, they didn't attract any! No humming birds either! I want a pair of those boots! Do they come in a size 3 because that's the size I wear! LOL
    I love how you put the one flower in one glass jar and tied a bow on one of the jars. An amazing end to a fun, colorful blog hop. My legs and feet are tired from all the hopping but it was fun. I saw a lot of beautiful cards and I'm glad with each stop on the hop I get the chance to win this kit which I want so bad but can't afford even at the price it is. I hope I get to win!

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  159. The colour on the first card is amazing, I love the rusty look and will be using that behind my Australian styles cards. Love it

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  160. Fantastic cards! Love the verdigris background ♥

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  161. so cute. I especially love your boot!

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  162. Love your water color washes as backgrounds.

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  163. Great kit release! AWESOME cards! I especially love the marble looking backgrounds!

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  164. Love your pretty cards make with this awesome release! Thanks!

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  165. Your cards are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing how you created the background in the first card. I would not have thought of that. I love the other cards as well. I am ready to do some masking and create some similar cards, inspired by your beauties!

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  166. Such cool accents and background.

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  167. I loved your artistic interpretation. You gave me some great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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  168. These are all amazing Libby and I will have to have a go at the background you created. Really different, but I love them all.
    Tracey.x

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  169. Your designs are wonderful! Love the shades you have used and great backgrounds x

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  170. Great use of color in your cards! They are so beautiful!

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  171. I just love the color combination you used on the first card, but all cards are absolutely stunning.

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  172. Great cards - my favorite is the rain boot!

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  173. That rubber boot is my favorite stamp in this release!

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  174. Great cards, thank you for the explanation.
    I love the background of your first card, and the boot on your second card is super !!
    Great last post of the blog hop; thank you !
    Warm summergreetings from Belgium.

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  175. Gorgeous cards. Love your backgrounds too.

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  176. That metal looking background is such a good look and a nice background for the flowers! The boot looks so cute with the flowers and shine.

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