When I saw the add ons to the new My Monthly Hero kit from Hero Arts I immediately knew I wanted to indulge my love of gardening with a Victorian potting shed scene with a hint of Beatrix Potter bunnies. Today’s post is part of a blog hop to celebrate the kit release (more details below), but for now lets take a closer look at the kit and the add-ons. I’ve linked all supplies at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used.
MY MONTHLY HERO MARCH 2017
- Two 4″x6″ clear stamp sets
- 21 coordinating Frame Cut metal dies
- Two Fancy Dies
- Two 5.5″x8.5″ sheets of Chocolate & Herbeus cardstock (brown & green textured cardstock)
- 6″x6″ sheet of teal marble paper
- 5.5″x8.5″ sheet of burlap
- Intense Black ink cube (ideal for use with alcohol markers)
The kit value is over $75, an amazing deal at $34.99. The kit is available for a limited time only – once it’s gone, it’s gone. Kits begin shipping from Hero Arts on Friday, March 10th. The good news is that you can now subscribe to receive the kit monthly and never miss one!
VICTORIAN POTTING SHED
OK, back to my potting shed! I cut a couple of seed packets from kraft card and on the first I stamped the lovely ‘Heirloom Seeds’ from Produce And Seeds straight on to the packet in black ink. I paired it with the Parsley image and word from Fresh Herbs. For the second seed packet I stamped the frame from Produce And Seeds on Ivory card with a touch of old book paper attached. I then stamped the sage image and word from Fresh Herbs, trimmed the frame out and adhered to the packet. I wrapped twine around the packet and tucked in a little rosemary.
I used the old book paper again to line the seed packets too. I couldn’t resist the cute tea drinking bunny of the Welcome Home set and so in keeping with the seed packets I’d made so far I stamped the rabbit twice; once on kraft card and once on Ivory. I added a little more book paper and trimmed in to a tag shape. I cut the hole using a Martha Stewart punch and then looped with twine.
For the card I started with a kraft card base and layered a Stitched Rectangle of Ivory card with a piece of the kit hessian firmly attached with large glue dots. I used the Produce And Seeds frame in black ink again with more book paper and added berries and a punny sentiment from the same set. To keep with the theme I tied a twine bow and attached it to the frame with a clothes peg.
I hope you enjoyed my walk back in time to a Victorian potting shed using the wonderful add ons for the March 2017 My Monthly Hero kit.
BLOG HOP + GIVEAWAY
As mentioned above, today’s post is part of a blog hop to celebrate March’s My Monthly Hero kit. Hopefully you’ve arrived here from Clare’s blog but if not then a great place to start is the Hero Arts Blog.
Giveaway: Hero Arts are giving away one kit as a prize to one blog reader selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. (Hero Arts will reimburse them if they have already bought the kit) Giveaway closes Sunday, March 12 at 11:59pm, and the winner will be announced the following week over at Hero Arts.
Now it’s time to hop along to …
The Hero Arts Blog
You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below; click on the picture or wording to get taken directly to the product. Where available I use compensated affiliate links which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. You can read my affiliate and product disclosure here. I truly appreciate your support.
Summary of the project which gives all the views of the card in one photo :D I’d love if you pinned and called by on Pinterest :D