Random stuff… Video and Links


Warning: total randomness today.  ๐Ÿ™‚

First, you still have time to enter to win the CK Kit of the Month HERE.

Next, how about some fun links?

  • I had such fun chatting with the gals at ScrapFreak last night.  So sweet.  Turns out they have some great card challenges with sketches – worth checking out HERE.
  • Here is a blog that I have always loved, but have found especially inspiring lately: Kandis Smith.  She is a sweet girl, too.
  • Another cardmaker who is as kind as she is talented: Dawn McVey.
  • HERE is a great tutorial on the color wheel by Erica Hernandez.  Simple: I like that.
  • Leslie Lightfoot is now doing an article each month of heroarts.com on scrapbooking and stamping.  HERE is her first one on adding details to stamped images.  Great ideas in there.
  • Looking for some good information on stamping inks?  Shari Carroll pulled it all together HERE.

Moving on… ๐Ÿ™‚

I love this time of year… not only because of the holidays, but it is also Hero Arts Catalog Season!  The new catalog comes out very soon, so we are giving peeks on the Hero Arts blog.  HERE is one and HERE is another.  There will be more over the next few days and weeks.

And, I gotta share something, huh?  Of course!  Here is a candy bag from a class last week.  For a how-to video on creating this type of bag, click HERE.

Class 3
All Hero Arts products

I think that is it for tonight.  Hope you have a great one…

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24 thoughts on “Random stuff… Video and Links”

  1. oh, heck. i need both of the sneaked sets. this doesn’t bode well. or it bodes very well, i’m not sure. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    love the gift bags – might have to do that for the kids specials teachers!

  2. Wow, that is heaven…all those stamps….thanks for the little tour of Hero Art’s new site. How exciting!

  3. Love your “random” days – always so full of interesting information. I enjoyed your little tour of the new Hero Arts facility – you & Shari must be used to it, I know I would have been a lot more hysterical around all that stampy goodness!! I like the snowflakes on the Candy Bag – I really like snowflakes as a design element but I don’t get to make many items using them ‘cos here in NZ it’s summertime at Christmas!

  4. wow Jennifer…you outdo yourself on your random post days!! lol….off to check out all the links! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thanks for the sneak peek! I have to say that I think the scroll tree is the best stamp ever.

    You see, I claimed a bible verse for my mom when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life.” The scroll tree for me is the perfect visual manifestation of the tree of life I envisioned in my mind.

    Thankfully my mom is cancer-free after two years – two surgeries, 38 radiation treatments and 16 months of chemotherapy.

  6. OH MY GOSH!!! I think I am going to go crazy until I get my hands on the owl stamps and the circle stamps – I HAVE TO HAVE THEM!!!! Thanks so much for sharing. You are wonderful!!!

  7. Thank you so much, Hero Arts, for choosing to make your products in the U.S.A.; to manufacture in the US is the most patriotic act one can do and to do it in an environmentally aware way. I, myself, am willing to pay more for this decision. Thanks for your good company. And, of course, I love the stamps.

    Happy Holidays, Charlotte

  8. I love your random posts. ๐Ÿ™‚ So much great information all rolled into one blog post! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for the links and I am LOVIN’ the sneak peeks of the 2009 catalog! Yay! Love that gift bag, too! So cute! Hope you’re having a great Wednesday!

  9. Jennifer

    Thanks for the links!!! I checked out each and everyone. These I enjoy while waiting to walk again. Recovery is going well. I have been trying to keep somewhat busy making a few cards. However, online shopping has been keeping entertained too. The girls will be happy come Christmas.

    Again, thanks for posting these links.

    Sandi N.

  10. Thanks, Jennifer, for all the good info you passed on today. I have printed out the article that Shari wrote, as I’m sometimes confused about which ink to use for a specific project.

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