Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Heartfelt Creations

I have been playing with Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies. I love rubber stamps. I got the flower shaping kit and the rolling tool is wonderful, much deeper than a quilling tool. I have been playing with some multi-media lately and love it!  I up wrote instructions and supplies. Since each one is a bit long I will post separately.

Faith Card. This was fun. I made a bunch of flowers, cut diecuts and then played:-)



Products Used:
Spellbinders Leaves die
Arianna Blooms Die  HCD1-748
Classic Leaf Die   HCD1-736
Enchanted Mum Paper Collection HCDP1-258
Dries As Clear adhesive
Flower Shaping Essentials   HCST2-406

Project Instructions:
Other products:
Pearls, Gauze, stamens, Pebeo gold paint, lace, Concord, Picked Raspberry, Vintage Photo Distress ink, Gina K Jelly Bean Green ink, Passionate Pink Gina K cardstock, Zutter Distrezz-It-All electric distressing tool, Marianne Designs Fancy Edge with Lattice die, HOTP Butterfly die, Silhouette Cameo and heavy weight vellum

Instructions
Card measures 5 1/4" x 7 1/4". The pink base is Gina K Passionate Pink heavy weight cardstock which is distressed (using Distrezz-It-All) and Vintage Photo Distress Ink sponged on the edges. To make the card, cut a second piece of the Passionate Pink 5 1/4" x 7 1/4" and score 1/2” on the top and adhere to the top of the front back. Glue only the top 1/2” above the scoreline. Cut 4 3/4” X 6 3/4” piece of green paper from the Enchanted Mum Paper Collection, distress the edges and glue on top of the card base. Cut 4 1/2” X 6 1/2” piece from the purple sheet from the Enchanted Mum Paper Collection. Die cut the top edge of the purple paper using a border die. A Marianne lattice border die was used here. Distress the other 3 sides and sponge with Vintage Photo Distress ink. Before adhering the purple layer, place and glue the piece of lace to show through the die cut.

Diecut a lattice overlay (here it was cut on a Silhouette Cameo) and adhere on top of the purple layer in the center. Place a small piece of gauze (about 4”X4”) scrunched a bit and glued down under the butterfly and sentiment area.

 Fussy cut the sentiment from the Enchanted Mum Paper Collection, sponge Vintage Photo Distress ink on the edges and then using your finger add a bit of Pebeo gold or Inka Gold to the edges, add pearls and set aside. Diecut flowers, leaves (from white cardstock and vellum), and the butterfly. For this card a large and small butterfly die from Hot Off The Press was used and layered together.

Shape the flowers by spritzing front and back with water then scrunching. Open up the still wet flower, fold in half then in thirds. Smudge Festive Berry Distress ink on your craft mat and spritz with water to get a light pink wash. Roll the edge of the folded petals top edge in the ink wash. Alternatively you can use a spray mister.

Shape the petals some with the Flower Shaping Essentials and let dry. Add any addition shaping such as rolling the dry petals randomly and assemble the flowers. Add a pearl to the center of each flower. I adhere using the Dries As Clear adhesive. Use your finger to rub some gold paint on the flower petal tips, vellum leaf edges and the edge of the larger layer of the butterfly.

Do a dry placement of sentiment, leaves and flowers. When you like it glue down the bottom elements. Here that is the various leaves. Place vellum leaves on the bottom and the white ones slightly offset over them. Pop dot the sentiment to sit above your leaves, add stamens, pearls etc. to embellish.

Entered:
Creative Artiste  Anything Goes Multi-Media
Jades Sparkly Butterflies

12 comments:

  1. GORGEOUS! I love every accent, every flower, every precious pearl. This is just so beautiful! WOW!

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  2. Beautiful. I have been intrigued by Heartfelt too as I just won a gift card from there. You have done a gorgeous job on this...love everything about it!I need to play with what I got now.

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  3. Absolutely stunning card design. I love all those pretty flowers and the gorgeous colors. And, adding the pearls really is the "wow" factor.

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  4. I am amazed how you are able to create such beautifully gorgeous projects with your disability. I guess that just says, that you don't let that get you down. I love them all, really!

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  5. Joyce, you continue to amaze me with your gorgeous creations. All of these projects are stunning. Thanks for sharing the instructions with us.

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  6. Wow! Look at those flowers! How do you create so many completely different works of art? This is fantastic! I love the lattice-y background and peachy edges of your flowers!

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  7. Beautiful card. Love the colours and those beautiful flowers. Thank you for joining us at Creative Artiste this month. Hope to see you back here again soon. Judy DT

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  8. Just beautiful Joyce! I love the colors and I love the composition you selected. Just lovely. Congrats on the Semi Finals for Heartfelt Creations! I am so excited. I would love to been on the team with you. Thank you for your message - Love all your cards too. You definitely have my vote! Hugs, Marie

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  9. Wow!! Beautiful project. Love the colours. Thank you for joining us at Creative Artiste this month. Hope to see you back here again soon. Judy DT

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  10. Gorgeous piece of work you have created I love it...
    Thank you so much for entering our challenge over at Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge Blog, we hope to see you join in again...

    Hugs Rhonda DT & Owner
    http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. What a gorgeous card you have made here. It fits our challenge this fortnight well of “Anything goes/buttons and pearls”. Thanks for taking part and good luck.

    Kym (Design Team Member)

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