HeroArts Lasting Hearts Blog HopHello, and welcome to the Lasting Hearts blog hop. If you came from the amazing Clare’s blog, you are right on track! Today the design team girls are sharing some fabulous projects to support Lasting Hearts which was started by Kimberly Saldana, our Director of Sales at Hero Arts. You can find more details about the Lasting Hearts organization and how you can support this amazing cause HERE.


I created a sympathy card using three stamp sets: Garden Bold Prints, Color Layering Bouquet, and So Sorry. I did lots of masking to make my card almost one layer.


Can you guess how I created the flower pot? I made my own mask by altering the diecut from Potted Succulent Frame Cuts and inked the colors inside the mask. I almost put some clear gemstones on the flowers, but I’m glad I didn’t. I just wanted to keep my card simple without any embellishments.

LH Products

Hero Arts is donating 25% of the profits from these stamps to support the Lasting Hearts efforts, in cooperation with Angela Miller, the author of “You Are The Mother of All Mothers.”


  • Be sure to visit everyone on the list below and leave a comment. We are giving away a special prize to three lucky commenters – Angela Miller’s “You Are the Mother of All Mothers” book, as well as the So Sorry Stamp & Cut set. Please comment by Sunday, March 6 at 11:59 PT, and we’ll announce the winners next week.

It is now time to head on over to the talented Amy’s blog to see what creation she has to inspire you all. I am sure she has something amazing made up. Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy hopping!

The Hero Arts Blog
Kelly Rasmussen
Sandy Allnock
Mariana Grigsby
Clare Prezzia
May Sukyong Park (you are here!)
Amy Tsuruta
Libby Hickson
Yana Smakula

87 thoughts on “Hero Arts: Lasting Hearts Blog Hop + Giveaway

  1. May, oh so pretty. I love the background and the dainty and delicate feel of the card. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

  2. This is as pretty as can be, May! I love how you created a flower pot for this bouquet!

  3. Beautiful card! I love the soft colors of the background in contrast to the pretty flowers, and great idea to make the pot!

  4. Sympathy cards are always so difficult to create and find the right inspiration. This card is sweet, lovely and touches the heart love it!

  5. What a clever and effective design. Loving it! It’s so sweet and just perfect. Thank you for some cool ideas!

  6. Perfect and so very serene. The shadow creates a wonderful illusion of dimension 🙂
    Wonderful new stamps!

  7. Very pretty and soft…just the right touch of shadow on the pot. Sure to bring comfort to those who are deal with such a sad loss.

  8. This is a wonderful cause and often overlooked. I’m so glad that more attention is being given to this. The set is beautiful and I hope to see the book in our hospital.

  9. Your card turned out really nice….the potted flower pot feels like Spirng
    Thanks for the support.

  10. It seems that fowers can always cheer someone up, especially yours on this card–so pretty! Thank you for sharing with us.

  11. Beautiful card that reminds me that we bring flowers to people to let them know we can when words are not enough,

  12. So glad to see your work here, May, and what a sweet way to share your sorrow. Love your pot of flowers!

  13. I love that you used the same stamps for the flowers on the pot and the background. Beautiful card! TFS

  14. This card is so pretty with the background paper and the bouquet of flowers. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

  15. What a great idea! As a labor and delivery nurse I have been in the counseling and comforting side. Having had three miscarriages myself and unable to have children I’ve been on the grief side. Neither side is easy. But knowing someone cares always help as some point.

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