Congrats to Hero Arts for 45 years of fun crafting supplies. They are really the stamp company that got me interested in stamping and card making. I joined the Hero Arts Flickr group and enjoyed seeing all the cards made with Hero Arts stamps and finally started participating in the Scrambles which were so much fun. Currently I am on a design team for a2z Scrapbooking which is mostly about Hero Arts stamps, supplies and digital stamps. They give their profits to 2 charities. I have enjoyed creating cards with Hero Arts stamps and digital images that are in the Etsy store and also working with the other folks on the team. It has been interesting working with the digital stamps which I rarely had done before. They are affordable and you can size them to fit any project.
I am not going to say in writing on the internet how many of their stamps I have. Ha! Let’s just say a whole bunch. I also really like them as a company. They operate in a green way, support the paper crafting stores, and also the other crafting companies which I love among other things. I also am lucky enough to live about 45 minutes from the factory and now a little store that is open some days. Surprisingly I have only been there once.
So here’s a little bit from me about a few of my older stamps and some cards I have made over many years.
Here are a couple cards I have made over the years with it.
I was hoping to find a photo of a card from even further back but I have not yet. I did take photos of my cards way back but didn’t find any with Hero Arts stamping. Kind of interesting how the cards above look fairly similar but I don’t think I cased myself.
Here is a couple other older Hero Arts stamps I have. I have found a few at thrift stores in the last couple years.