Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday

Good morning and welcome to my Wednesday post with Heartfelt Creations.  Hope everyone is having a great week so far, I'm trying to play catch-up here, we took a little vacation this past weekend, so between all the things I have to do and trying to keep Maria busy now that she is on her summer brake, it's been crazy!!  Today I have a colorful card I created using some of the stamps and coordinating dies from the new "Bella Rose" collection, also used the "Posy Patch" dies to create the rose.
I stamped the image twice and colored with Prismacolor pencils, I cut the second image with scissors and adhered with pop dots, I covered the vase with sepia liquid embossing and added some stickles to the roses.
I created the rose with some dies from the "Posy Patch" die set, I worked the petals similar to the technique Tim Holtz uses for his roses, I just had to do it a bit different because of the shape of the flowers.

Hope you have enjoyed my card today, thank you for visiting my blog and make sure to stop by the HFC blog so you can see all the beautiful projects the rest of the design team has created.  Have a wonderful day.


Supplies:
Heartfelt Creations
HCPC 3395 Bella Rose Vase PreCut Set
HCPC 3390 Bella Rose Leaves PreCut Set
HCD 712 Bella Rose Die Set
HCD 701 Posy Patch Die Set

Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress Ink (worn lipstick)
Image Colored With:  Prismacolor Color Pencils (PC995 Mulberry, PC908 Dark Green, PC1094 Sandbar Brown)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock, Wausau 110lb white cardstock, vellum, DCWV (Mademoiselle Stack)
Other:  Martha Stewart border punch (Garden Gate), ribbon, Cuttlebug corner die, OMS, Distress embossing powder (black soot), Sepia Liquid embossing, Stickles (Fruit Punch), Embossing ink pen, Smooch Spritz (Vanilla Shimmer), Cricut Machine

Instructions:
Size:  5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Cut a piece of pink glitter paper and mat with black cardstock.  Cut a piece of vellum and punch with MS border punch to make the paper lace piece, adhere as pictured, add ribbon.
Stamp vase image from "Bella Rose Vase" on white cardstock twice and color with Prismascolor pencils, cut base image into an oval shape, second image cut out with scissors and adhere with pop dots as pictured, add liquid embossing to the vase and some stickles to the roses, mat image with black cardstock.  Stamp "Bella Rose Leaves" image twice on light green yardstick, diecut with coordinating die, color leaves with Prismacolors, heat emboss the swirls with black soot distress embossing powder.  Stamp only the leaves from "Bella Rose Leaves" on white cardstock, color with Prismacolors and diecut with coordinating die.  Diecut 4 flowers with the "Posy Patch" dies (I used 2 of the mid-sized dies), inked edges with worn lipstick distress inks and shaped to make the rose (used the Tim Holtz technique), spray with vanilla shimmer Spritz, and dry with heat tool, apply some stickles to the petals.   Adhere everything as pictured, add a ribbon bow, and the diecut corners.

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, Angelica! I love how you did the vase and beautiful roses! Wonderful details!

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  2. Just beautiful! I have never heard of the embossing liquid you used on the vase. Outstanding!

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  3. Your overall card is lovely but the coloring on your leaves is just perfect.

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  4. I love the glittery background - just perfect with this image - BEAUTIFUL!

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  5. Just lovely! Wonderful coloring, love the added stickles and beautiful blossom!

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  6. Stunning card, Angelica. Pink and black is one of my fave color combinations. Your rose is beautiful.

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  7. This is gorgeous! I love the roses with the glittery touches!

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  8. you always make the most amazing cards and projects! this is no exception... gorgeous!

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  9. Stunning card Angelica!

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  10. It's amazingly beautiful Angelica! Love all the shine and glitter!!! Gorgoeus!

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  11. Beautiful card Angelica. Love the flower very much!

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Angelica