YAY! Exciting Crafty News!

I am very excited to share about a series of LIVE chats that start soon. These are extra special!

One of the things that I wish I could convey to all crafters is how amazing this cardmaking industry is behind the scenes. So many good people and so many good stories. Well, there is a series of LIVES that start soon that will give you a peek into this goodness! And it is all because Hero Arts is celebrating 50 years! (Can you believe it!?)

The series is called “Hanging With Hero” and  will be co-hosted Hero Arts‘ CEO Aaron Leventhal and me! The kick-off event is 4/24/24 at 7pmET. In this first LIVE, Aaron and I will talk about the series, the history of stamping, how he turned me into a cardmaker, and much more. Then, in future LIVES, we will be joined by guests from all parts of the industry as we celebrate the joy of crafting together.

I hope you will join us. It will be SUCH fun. If you can’t make it, no worries. You can catch the replay!

See you then – 4/24/24 at 7pmET HERE.

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10 thoughts on “YAY! Exciting Crafty News!”

  1. This sounds like so much fun with great information.
    I have my alarm set so I will not miss any of it.

  2. I started paper crafting over 35 years ago working in a friend’s rubber stamp store. Hero Arts was our biggest supplier and I learned so much from them. Looking forward to this.

  3. This sounds fun. I love to hear how people get hooked! I really hope you have a company that shows the inner workings of their processing. I’d love to see how it goes from an order placed to shipped. I don’t know why, but I’m always intrigued by that.

  4. I’ve had stamps from Hero Arts for as long as they have been in business! Can’t wait to hear all about their journey!

  5. I will not be able to watch the live, but I will definitely watch the replay. This sounds like an amazing series.

  6. This is exciting news! I’ve been paper crafting for about 25 years and have always known I could trust the quality of the HA products I bought. And they are so well designed!

  7. Being a part of this wonderful community is such a blessing. Jennifer, I am excited for the Hero Arts series and tonight’s first episode was so impactful to me. I agree with you, Aaron for President!!

    Thank you for all you do, you are so appreciated and loved.

  8. This was such a blessing to hear the history behind stamping and what a beautiful legacy that Aaron’s mother created for her son and the Cardmaking Community. Thank 😊 You Aaron.

    Jennifer, Thank you for the hard work you and Mike do along with Lila too. It is fabulous to see other companies come together peacefully.

    It is also wonderful to learn new ways to improve our card making styles. 😀
    I can remember back in the day before heat gun was available doing heat embossing over the stove with salad tongs so my fingers wouldn’t burn.

    Blessings to y’all
    Thank you for Sowing your Seeds Of Kindness every day.

  9. I really enjoyed this conversation with Aaron and Jennifer! I live in San Leandro, CA which is about 20-25 minutes from Berkeley where Hero Arts began! I used to go to the Street Fairs on Sunday all the time! It was a great place for Artists to sell their Art and everything was all hand made! It was very popular back in the Seventies a fun way to spend your Sundays! I have not been there in years but I believe it is still going on! The University of California is located not to far from there, in the sixties there were a lot of protests that took place and unfortunately some got out of hand! Berkeley is still a very artsy community! There was a fabulous Scrapbook store that a few of us women used to go to every week and work on our Scrapbooks! Scrapbooking stores were all over the place at one time and now there are hardly any! A few of us girls go to Dixon which is about an hour from here and we still Scrapbook although I have gotten into Card making big time! But I still Scrapbook since I have a ton of pictures of my boys!

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