It’s almost time…!

It’s almost time for the BIG release of the Hero Arts 2012 Catalog! Woo! I can hardly believe it’s almost here! You see, we started working on the catalog months and months ago — was it June? I can’t even remember — it’s been that long ago — or maybe I’m getting old? ha.

(Sneak Peek of one of the new Art of the Card stamps. Love this one! And that’s not all! It uses one of the new Frame Cuts dies. For this card, I stamped the image multiple times on different scraps of patterned papers, then tore them all up and glued them in place on another stamped image. Then I die cut the whole shebang. Ta dah! And, eagle-eyed readers may spot the Cling Eiffel Tower stamp used in the background — love this stamp too! So handy.)

Anyhow, it’s almost time for the catalog to say “hello” to all of you. The big day is Saturday, December 10th — let me know if you’re planning on going to a Preview Party! (You can find a list of participating stores right here.)

And then! Tomorrow I’m going to be hopping along with the other Hero Artists and some very special guests in the Hero Arts 2012 Catalog Blog Hop. Can’t wait!

See you then,

15 Replies to “It’s almost time…!”

  1. Such an exciting time for those of us who are fans of Hero Arts, Lisa! Love the way you tore and pieced this fun image! Can’t wait for the weekend! YES, I’m planning on going to our Archiver’s this weekend, just to see the new catalog!

  2. I can’t wait!! This card is so pretty, love the vintagey look and the background looks wonderful!

  3. Love, love this card Lisa! I’m hoping I can get to Archiver’s this weekend to see the new stamps and catalog!

  4. barbara lassiter says: Reply

    Wowe! This is really neat. I cannot wait to see more. I’m in the midst of some Christmas decorating but will take time for the blog hop! Love the way you tore the pieces on this card!

  5. Beautiful shabby chicness, Lisa! Can’t wait for the release!

  6. YUM!! I love the collage of all these images and elements! I .can’t. wait. till tomorrow…and oh.. it’s also my birthday tomorrow :)

  7. Wow, what a neat technique – torn up and pieced back together – very cool! So nice to see a couple of blog posts from you, Lisa! I know you’ve been busy with the new catalog, but we sure miss ya when you’re not around! Can’t wait for tomorrow, and I’m hoping to find some time to pop into my Archiver’s on Saturday. Hugs to you! :)

    Oh! I almost forgot – how’s the knee doing?

  8. Linda C. Baker says: Reply

    Going to Archiver’s this weekend with coupon in hand to pick out some new stamps. Hope they have my favs! Love your card and the collage technique you used. reminds me of paper mache.

  9. Love this card Lisa!

  10. Gorgeous card! You are so talented. I can’t wait to get hold of these stamps. :)

  11. Your card is stunningly gorgeous Lisa. Commented above on the blog hop but wanted to pop by here as there are so many comments on that post. :) Merry Christmas

    1. Thanks so much, Lori! :)

  12. Love the versatility of this stamp thanks for the ideas

  13. I really like the crochet trim – handmade? What thread di you use?

    1. Hi Vianna! It’s a lace trim that Hero Arts carries — self adhesive! Love it. Here’s a link:
      http://shop.heroarts.com/products/productdetail/part_number=CH233/1571.0.1.1

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