Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday

Good morning everyone, welcome to Wednesday with Heartfelt Creations.  Today I want to share a pink and white Christmas card, I know, not your classic Christmas colors, but these colors look so pretty.  I used lots of sparkle here, heat embossing, micro fine glitter, and Stickles.  
For the angel, I covered the paper with a piece of double-sided tape and applied micro fine glitter, I then stamped the image from "Elegant Angels" set with black ink and shaded with a marker, once all colored I cut with the coordinating die.
I stamped the poinsettia image from the "Poinsettia Spray" set on the pink background paper and on white cardstock, also used the images from the "Petite Poinsettia" set and cut with coordinating dies for all the layering, shaped with embossing tools and added the pearls and Stickles to the petals.
Here is a closeup of the background, I stamped the paper with the "Herald Angels Background" image using watermark ink and heat embossed with bridal embossing powder, also heat embossed the edges of the paper.
If you have some time, hop over to the HFC blog and check out all the gorgeous creations by the design team.  Thank you for stopping by and hope you have a fantastic day.


Heartfelt Creations 
HCPC 3415 Petite Poinsettia PreCut Set
HCPC 3418 Poinsettia Spray PreCut Set
HCPC 3425 Elegant Angels PreCut Set
HCPC 3427 Herald Angels Background PreCut Set
HCD 715 Christmas Cheer Die Set
Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia Die Set

Inks: Ranger Archival ink (Jet Black), Distress ink (aged mahogany), VersaMark watermark ink
Paper:  Bazzill cardstock, GP white cardstock, MME (Bohemia)
Accessories:  Spellbinders (Lacey Ovales), Marvy LePlume II (66 Dusty pink, 0 Blender), Stickles (Diamond), Crystal Glitter Ritz (Cool Highlight), ribbon, Ranger embossing tinsel (bridal), Be Creative double-sided tape sheet, Want2Scrap red adhesive pearls, pop dots

Size:  6" x 6"
Cut a piece of pink paper, stamp "Herald Angels Background" all over paper with watermark ink and heat emboss with bridal embossing powder, heat emboss edges as well, ink edges with aged mahogany ink, stamp image from "Poinsettia Spray" set on the lower left corner as pictured with black ink, mat with white cardstock.  Stamp image from "Poinsettia Spray" set on white cardstock and cut with scissors, ink centers of flowers with aged mahogany ink.  Stamp the following from the "Petite Poinsettia" set on white cardstock with black ink: 4-smallest flower, 2-next size up, cut with coordinating dies, ink centers and edges of petal with aged mahogany ink, shape with embossing tools.  Using a piece of pink paper adhere a piece of double-sided tape, remove top protective paper and cover with micro fine glitter, stamp angel from "Elegant Angels" set with black ink, shade image with dusty pink marker and blender, cut with coordinating die from the "Christmas Cheer" die set.  Cut a lacey oval from white cardstock.  Stamp the sentiment from "Elegant Angels" set on white cardstock with black ink, trim cardstock to desired size.  Adhere everything as pictured.  Use pop dots to adhere the angel and sentiment for dimension.  Add ribbon and bow, add adhesive pearls to the poinsettias, bow, and corners.  Add some Stickles to the petals of the poinsettias and the edges of the sentiment paper.


  1. now this is absolutely breathtaking!!!! I love all the details and sparkle!!!

  2. Angelica this is so stunning! I love the pink and white, this is pure eye candy!

  3. Wowzers! This is jaw dropping, Angelica! What fabulous and amazing stamping you've done here. :)

  4. Another fabulous Card Angelica!

  5. Lovely pink sparkly card - just beautiful!

  6. This is absolutely gorgeous, Angelica! I love the color and all the sparkle!

  7. Oh Wow, Angelica! You are amazing! This card is amazing, sooooo beautiful. LOVE the color and sparkle!!!

  8. Oh my goodness, this is gorgeous! Love the sparkles all over. I really must try this technique! Just so very beautiful!

  9. Okay, the angel is not my fav. stamp of this release, but you sure make me want it. This is exquisite. Fab job.


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