Hero Arts Ice cream Encouragement Card

Hello, and welcome to the Hero Arts Summer 2016 Release Blog Hop! If you came from the amazing Mariana’s blog, you are right on track! Today the creative team girls are sharing some fabulous projects to celebrate the Summer 2016 Release. Here is what I came up with:

Hero Arts Ice cream Encouragement Card

I created a sweet encouragement card using color layering technique.

  1. Stamp sprinkles images using Sweet Sprinkles Bold Prints on a piece of white cardstock and die cut it a rectangle panel using Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables.
  2. Stamp ice cream scoops and cone images from Color Layering Ice Cream using Ombre Inks and cut them out using coordinating dies.
  3. Adhere the die cuts on the stamped panel using foam tape to give some dimension.
  4. Stamp the sentiment from Many Everyday Messages on a piece of brown cardstock and heat emboss it with white embossing powder.
  5. Mount the ice cream panel on a A2 sized top folding card, made out of Blush Mix Layering Papers.

Hero Arts Ice cream Encouragement Card


  • Hero Arts is giving away THREE $25 shopping sprees – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Be sure to visit everyone on the list below and leave a comment by Sunday, May 15 at 11:59pm PT

It is now time to head on over to the talented Nichol’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
Amy Tsuruta
Clare Prezzia
Debby Hughes
Jennifer McGuire
Jenn Shurkus
Joan Bardee
Julie Ebersole
Kathleen Graumuller
Kathy Racoosin
Kelly Rasmussen
Kimberly Crawford
Laura Bassen
Libby Hickson
Lori Craig
Lucy Abrams
Lydia Fiedler
Mariana Grigsby
May Sukyong Park (you’re here!)
Nichol Magouirk
Sandy Allnock
Teri Anderson
Wanda Guess
Yana Smakula

241 thoughts on “Hero Arts Summer 2016 Release Blog Hop + Giveaways

  1. Lovely card May, love the beautiful background and matching base card! The ice creams look quite real 🙂

  2. Mmmm…. Hero Arts is making me hungry with this release! Summer is all about ice cream in a cone, am I right? Love the card and all the colors!

  3. Like the yummyness of your ice cream stamping. Have a BEE-utiful day!
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  4. Wish everyone would stop using the ice cream stamps – they make me want one!!! They’re awesome!

  5. Me and Pavlov’s dogs! I am seriously salivating and would lick my computer screen if I thought I could taste this yummy ice cream! Thanks so much.

  6. One of my favorite sets from this new release! Love these ice cream cones. Thanks for sharing!!

  7. I thought I liked the flamingo layering stamp but I think the ice cream cone is my favorite now. Love your card!

  8. The ice cream ink choices got me moving….to see if I’ve any ice cream in my freezer! Yummy color! Thanks for the exercise and theb creative inspiration! Loving this stamp set!

  9. Great card and love the colors you used. Another layer stamp set added my list for next month. Thank you for sharing and being part of the giveaway.

  10. Great card! That ice cream cone makes me hungry and that sprinkles background stamp is really fun. Thanks for sharing!

  11. This Hero Arts Summer Ice Cream Set is getting harder to resist! You did a lovely job with your fantastic background and layered color scheme! Really fun! Thanks for the sweet creative spin!

  12. Great job on the card, May. These ice cream stamps are adorable! Thanks so much for sharing with us and for participating in this fun hop.

  13. Love your colored layered ice-cream card. The dimension you get from these awesome stamps is amazing:)

  14. I really like he multi-layered stamp set for ice cream, it adds so much to the image. Great card, and a must have for my stash.

  15. The designer of the ice cream layering stamps is a genius. The creations look so real. Thanks

  16. Love your card. This is my favorite set from the release & I love your color choices! Thanks for the inspiration.

  17. I love the ice cream stamps and everyone has been using them. They look so real when everyone uses them and I love that. I don’t have a die cutter so I couldn’t cut them out to make them look real. I love your colors! This makes me want to take a lick but I’m afraid my computer won’t taste as good as your ice cream cone. LOL Come to think of it, since your ice cream cone only looks real, it probably won’t taste so good either! LOL Thanks for sharing your great card!

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