Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Card

Hi everyone, welcome to my Wednesday post with Heartfelt Creations.  Today I want to share a card I made using several beautiful images and coordinating dies from Heartfelt Creations.  My inspiration for todays card came from The Color Room, color challenge and card sketch #68.  I used an image from the "Flourish Backgrounds" set to stamp the pink background paper with distress embossing ink and then heat embossed with holographic embossing powder, this flourish images make beautiful background papers.
I used the "Decorative Window Scene" die and cut 2 corners, I carefully trimmed any unwanted sections, don't they make the perfect little swirl.
Here is a closeup of the flowers, I used the "Botanical Floral" and "Posy Patch" flowers to create these little pretties.
I hope you enjoyed my card, don't forget to visit the HFC blog for tons of gorgeous projects.  Thank you for stoping by and until next time.


Heartfelt Creations
HCPC 3406 Botanical Floral 1 PreCut Set
HCPC 3407 Botanical Floral 2 PreCut Set
HCPC 3408 Woodland Fern PreCut Set
HCPC 3404 Wedding Sentiments PreCut Set
HCPC 3303 Posy Patch Flowers PreCut Set
HCPC 2253 Flourish Backgrounds PreCut Set
HCD 713 Lace Border Die
HCD 708 Decorative Window Scene Die
HCD 701 Posy Patch Die
Spellbinders Rose Creations

Inks: Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress Ink (antique linen), Distress embossing ink, ColorBox pigment (Chianti, Chestnut), Dew Drop Brilliance (Pearlescent Beige)
Paper:  Kraft Cardstock, MME, American Crafts
Accessories:  Ranger embossing powder (Holographic), Punch Bunch (Sky Flake 3), Recollections adhesive pearls, 3D Paint (Glittering Crystal)
Challenges:  The Color Room color challenge #68, The Color Room Card Sketch #68

Size:  8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Make card base from kraft cardstock, ink edges with antique linen distress ink.  Cut a piece of pink patterned paper, stamp flourish from "Flourish Backgrounds" with distress embossing ink all over paper and heat emboss with holographic embossing powder, ink edges with distress ink.  Cut a piece of coordinating pink patterned paper and stamp the fern from the "Woodland Fern" set with pearlescent beige ink to create the background design, ink edges with distress ink, mat with kraft cardstock, ink edges, using the "Lace Border" die, die cut a strip of kraft cardstock with the lacy edge and adhere to the matted pink rectangle as pictured.  Stamp sentiment from "Wedding Sentiments" set with black ink.  Die cut two sections as pictured with the "Decorative Window Scene" die from kraft cardstock, trim nicely and ink with distress ink.  Stamp and cut with coordinating dies the following flowers and leaves.
Botanical Floral 1, pink paper, Chianti ink, 4 medium size flower.
Botanical Floral 2, pink paper, Chianti ink, 5 small flower
Botanical Floral 2, kraft yardstick, Chestnut ink, 5 large leaves, 7 small leaves
Posy Patch Flowers, pink paper, Chianti ink, 9 small flowers
Shape all flower and leaves with embossing tools, ink petals and leaves with antique linen.  Ink edge of petals of the large flowers with distress embossing ink and heat emboss with holographic embossing powder.  Punch 2 flake pieces and heat emboss with holographic embossing powder.  Adhere everything as pictured, add adhesive pearls and 3D glitter to center of flowers.


  1. this is absolutely beautiful!!!! Those flowers are jaw dropping gorgeous

  2. A beautiful interpretation of the sketch!

  3. This is absolutely gorgeous, Angelica! The flowers are so beautiful!

  4. Another gorgeous project! Love the dimension and colors. Olena

  5. Just beautiful, I always love to see what kind of flowers you are going to do!

  6. another stunner angelica!! you make the most beautiful flowers!!

  7. Angelica - this is so pretty! Always love the details you add to your creations! :)


  8. Oh Angelica, this is such a gorgeous creation and your flowers are amazingly beautiful. Thanks for all the tips on how you created. Have a wonderful weekend! "Love & Hugs" Carol


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