Fabulous Finds Friday — Easy Stamping!

I found the perfect way to entice my non-crafty friends into stamping! Hero Arts has a new line called Add Your Message. This might not sound very exciting to all you experienced stampers, but to me, this line is the perfect way to show non-stamping friends how easy and satisfying it is to use a rubber stamp. Talk about enabling!

Check it out:

These pre-printed sets include 12 colorful cards, envelopes and four wood mounted sentiment stamps. How easy can it get? Besides the butterflies above and the Paris set below, designs include flowers, stripes and more.

Hero Arts has some other great new products, including Frame Cuts — cutting dies made by Sizzix to coordinate with Hero Arts images. What I love about these sets is that the dies are labeled so you know exactly which stamps match the shapes.

There are also more Stamp & Emboss sets, more die/stamp combos and new Mid-Tone Shadow inks that are a touch brighter than the existing Shadow Inks. I’ll share more later, when I’ve had a chance to test out these products.

Thanks for stopping by!

5 Responses

  1. Those are a fab find, indeed! Hero Arts always has such great stuff and this is a great idea!

    • Thanks, Laura. I never minded cutting out images — it’s sort of a Zen-like experience — but these dies sure make it faster! Thanks for checking in.

  2. Wonderful cards Roberta. I like the colours, nice to put the stamps there.
    I didn’t know about the cutting dies of Hero/Sizzix, but it sounds great>
    Have fun at the CHA!! (I red in your comment at A.R,T)
    Greetings, Yvon

    • Thanks Yvon! The cutting dies are pretty nifty! I hope to have some fun things to report from CHA!
      Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  3. Great cards and lovely colors. Anything that draws people into art is a good thing in my book!

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