Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Hero Arts Blog

 I discovered a gem on the internet a few months ago, and I'd like to share it with you.  It's the Hero Arts Blog.  Many of you probably already know about this terrific blog site, but if you haven't seen it, do yourself a huge favor and head on over.  There are posts every day, with lots and lots of ideas and fun.  There are many different bloggers on the site, so you get different styles and types of projects and ideas.
They have fun challenges each week, as well.  This week's blog is about learning.  It talks about learning techniques and applying them to our projects.  You can visit  the blog at www.heroarts.com/blogs/club/.  (I've included a link to this blog in the column on the right of this blog under Exceptional Manufacturer Blogs. This week's challenge is on there, but I've copied it here so you can see before you head over there.  You need to read the post so you can get into the spirit of it. Let's see how many of us can post an entry to this challenge on the Hero Arts Blog!

We have a fun challenge for you this week. The challenge is to create a project trying something new or something you have recently learned. (If you would like to base your project on one of your first cards and link to it you may, but it is not required.) All you have to do is use at least one Hero Arts stamp or digital element and upload your projects to the Hero Arts Flickr Group by Sunday, September 20 at 11:59 pm PST. Please tag your creations with the code word learning. By entering, you could win a shopping spree of your choice of Hero Arts products from the NEW Hero Arts Online Store! (Shipping charges apply.) Winners will also receive a 2009 Hero Arts catalog, sent separately. The prize amounts are as follows:
  • Fresh Face Winner (someone who has not yet won a contest): $50
  • Digital Winner (create something using a Hero Arts Digital Kit): $50
  • Scrapbook Page Winner: $50
  • 1st Place: $50
  • 2nd Place: $25
  • 3rd Place: $15 
I will post what I learned on my blog tomorrow, and will be posting it on the Hero Arts Blog, as well. I hope to see some of your entries there.

I encourage you to join the Hero Arts Club.  It's free, and so has so much to offer.  You can sign up here:  http://heroarts.com/community/.

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