Stamp Your Story Blog Hop + Video + Giveaway


I am *so* very excited to be a part of the Hero Arts Stamp Your Story Blog Hop! I just love new stamps.

This new collection is very on trend and is perfect for stamping, cardmaking, and journaling. Faux painting… maps… geometric shapes… lots of good stuff. There are 43 new stamps and 27 new tools and accessories, such as stencils, dies, mint and peach ink colors, a notecard pad, and ink in a NEW Dauber format. Lots of good stuff! (Products are currently being shipped to stores around the world and will be in the Hero Arts Online Store on 5/15. Simon Says Stamps has many of the products already in HERE.)

I picked a few of the new clear sets to play with…

I am giddy about the many faux-painting stamps. It gives you the look of hand painting without the effort. Just stamp!

It is fun to be able to piece together your own greeting. Works great for many projects.

And a bit of shine is always nice, right? Really loving my the Wink of Stella brush/markers. It goes one smoothly and easily and you can get detailed areas or bigger ones. A great must-have! (I used clear but it comes in silver, gold, black and colors.)

I already shot a few more videos with other new stamps. Stay tuned!

By the way, there is a Stamp Your Story contest going on over on the Hero Arts Blog. For more information, head HERE.

I am the last stop on the blog hop! To start over, head to the Hero Arts Blog HERE. And there are giveaways! Just leave a comment here and at all the other blog hop stops for your chance to win some new goodies!


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292 thoughts on “Stamp Your Story Blog Hop + Video + Giveaway”

  1. Love the video too, you are great at explaining and showing in detail what you want to share with all of us. I love the stamp set, I am addicted to brush strokes. Thanks!

  2. This is so clever! love all the wonderful words with this release. Hero Arts make me stamp happy!

  3. Thanks so much for the video, love you see you create. The card is just fabulous the the extra sparkle and the sentiment really pops with the white pen added to it. Thanks again

  4. As usual Jennifer, your card is fabulous. Can’t wait to get my hands on some of those stamps.

  5. I really really love how hero arts came out with such awesome stamps. i always tried to use my brush and do those, but always ended up project fail. Hope to win them.

  6. Oh my gosh. I just checked out the stamps and can’t hardly decide. Love your card today.
    Simple, yet those hearts always add the pop needed.

  7. Your cards are always fabulous. These stamps are so cute, can’t wait to get them in my hands! Val from IL.

  8. Hi Jennifer. It really has been too long since I have been here. I have been having a crafting break for the past few months and just starting checking back into the cardmaking world again. I am looking for some mojo to hopefully get back into the art of creating. Looking at your blog post today and video really inspires me to break out the stamps and ink and start again. But only if you can promise that my cards will be just like yours!! Lol. Lol. You make it look so quick and so simple. I think that is why I love your creations, so vibrant, filled with wonderful design and mastered with time and efficiency in mind. For busy Moms, or for those of us who just need some mojo to spur us on the creation path again, this really is encouraging! Thanks for sharing these will done videos. Love your card today. Those little hearts are just the perfect touch to this design.Hugs.

  9. Such a great idea to curve this stamp! It gives a really cool effect! The finished card turned out perfect! I love it! 🙂 xx

  10. Great fun cards, and the paint brush strokes gives such an artsy effect to your cards. I really love the glitter pen you showed us too. The Hero Arts My Words Stamp set is so versatile, I can see using it on cards, journals and scrapbook pages so easily!

  11. I to love all the faux paint style stamps. I think I will love them for sure when I have my hands on them.

  12. I just love these stamps and the painterly direction they’ve gone. Can’t wait to see them in person.

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