I continue to highlight craft companies that rocked my creative world in 2011. Next on the list: Hero Arts.
They rocked my socks in 2011 adding stamps from long time fave Studio Calico and stamp designs I simply had to have. Their mix of unmounted and wood mounted rubber stamps fit perfectly into my stamping stash, and they’ve already given me plenty to love in the new year as well. In fact – I have an article posted today about them!
When I managed a local scrapbook store (er… nearly 10 years ago!) I loved when we got new Hero Arts alphabet stamps. ADORED them! These days I’m more into their background stamps and other great images, but I’ve always been a fan. Today I’m over at www.scrapbookupdate.com sharing an article + two new projects featuring the new 2012 Hero Arts designs including this page that I’m just LOVING.
The zig-zag (chevron) stamp was PERFECT for this page! I worked a lot of stamping into that page, and some of my fave new stamps too. Check SBU for my article, supply list, info, etc.
Before I go I want to share my “top 5” recommended products from this release:
I say top 5 recommended (vs absolute faves) because if I were picking stamps for a gift or for someone else, I’d give them any of these. SO useful, and I’m really digging die cutting images from paper that has been stamped with a background stamp. LOVE! I will admit to owning + loving + frequently using ALL of them. Just adore them!
2012 – year of the background stamp? I’m into that!
5 thoughts on “the 11 list: Hero Arts”
I gotta agree with your favorite. I want these five. Love the hero arts background stamps.
Went over to the Scrapbook Update site and didn’t see your post so will try again later or another day. Love the tag and the LO!!
The post is now up at Scrapbook Update! Here’s the link for everyone:
Sorry for the confusion…with the kiddo being on school vacation till today I kinda forgot today was Thursday. Whooops! 🙁
Great LO May! And I love your stamp picks!
Twenty-twelve as year of the background stamp? You are such an enabler!
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