Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Card

Good morning everyone, today I have a card featuring this beautiful image from Heartfelt Creations, the image is from the "Bella Rose Wedding" set, I stamped the image with watermark ink and heat embossed with silver embossing powder and then colored with Stampin' Up watercolor pencils.  The sentiment is from the "Wedding Sentiments" set.  For the layout of the card I used sketch #64 from The Color Room and rotated it to accommodate how I wanted my card to look.  My inspiration for the color combo came from challenge #11 from Colour Q.
Here is a close up of the stamped image, I really like the sparkle of the silver embossing against the color of the rose.
I made the roses and little flowers with dies from the "Posy Patch" die set, added some leaves I stamped with an image from "Open Leaves" set and diecut with the coordinating die.
The silver swirls I made using the die from "Bella Rose" die set, also added some punched branches and silver adhesive pearls to the flowers.  If you get a chance make sure to stop by the HFC Blog and check out all the fabulous creations from the rest of the DT.  Thank you for stoping by and have a great day.

Heartfelt Creations
HCPC 3398 Bella Rose Wedding PreCut Set
HCPC 3404 Wedding Sentiments PreCut Set
HCPC 3334 Open Leaves PreCut Set
HCD 712 Bella Rose Die Set
HCD 701 Posy Patch Die Set
HCD 707 Falling Leaves Die Set

Inks:  VersaMark Watermark ink, Brilliance (Graphite Black)
Image Colored With:  Stampin' Up Watercolor Pencils
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock, Bazzill Bling Cardstock, Wausau 110 Lb white cardstock, Your Pictured Memories (Love Notes), Silver metallic paper, Me & My Big Ideas (Black & White)
Other:  Martha Stewart punch (branch), Stampendeous embossing powder (Silver Tinsel), Making Memories clear crystal brads, Recollections silver adhesive pearls, Twinkling H2O's (heavenly)
Challenges:  The Color Room card sketch #64, Colour Q #11

Size:  6" x 6"
Cut a piece of gray cardstock for base of card, cut a piece of blue patterned paper slightly smaller than cardstock, apply embossing ink to edges and heat emboss with silver tinsel embossing powder.  Cut a rectangle of gray patterned paper, heat emboss edges and mat with gray cardstock.  Stamp rose w/rings image from "Bella Rose Wedding" set on Wausau cardstock with embossing ink and heat emboss with silver embossing tinsel, color image with watercolor pencils, trim piece to desired size, heat emboss edges and mat with gray cardstock.  Stamp sentiment from "Wedding Sentiments" set on Wausau cardstock with embossing ink and heat emboss, trim and heat emboss edges, mat with gray cardstock.  To make the roses, use the 3 smallest size flower dies from "Posy Patch" die set, cut 2 of each size, total of 6 flowers for each rose, shape with embossing tools.  Stamp 6 leaves on gray cardstock with the smallest leave image from "Open Leaves" set and diecut with coordinating die, shape with embossing tools.  Diecut 2 leaves from metallic silver paper with smallest die from "Falling Leaves" die set.  Diecut 8 flowers from silver paper using the smallest flower from "Posy Patch" die set, shape with embossing tools.  Diecut 2 swirls using the die from "Bella Rose" die set.  Punch some branches from white cardstock.  Adhere everything as pictured, add the crystal brads and some silver metallic adhesive pearls to the flowers.


  1. ablosutely gorgeous, I love those flowers!!

  2. Another stunning project Angelica!

  3. Absolutely beautiful. I would love to see this in person! I love everything about it!

  4. This is gorgeous, Angelica. I love those roses you made. They are just stunning.

  5. Absolutely gorgeous! Greta job! Olena

  6. This is so pretty! I love the flower spray and the coloring inside of the silver embossing is gorgeous!!

  7. I'm late getting to visit everyone's blogs! Your card is simply gorgeous!!

  8. Angelica, this is just stunning! The grey, blue and white are just so elegant with those gorgeous flowers, gorgeous!

  9. OMG Angelica, this is too beautiful for words. Stunning and elegant creation. "Hugs" Carol


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