Good morning everyone and welcome to another wonderful Wednesday and Heartfelt Creations. Today is a super special day because I learned that I get to be part of this wonderful DT for another 6 months, I have been designing for Heartfelt Creations for a year now and I have to say I can't seem to get enough of their gorgeous stamps, I truly love and enjoy working with their product. Thank you Heartfelt Creations for giving me this wonderful opportunity.
Now, for my card today, I have a very classic Christmas card. I used one of my favorite dies, the "Decorative Window" die and placed it behind the ornament and ribbon.Wisemen Ornament" set, I stamped with embossing ink on cream colored cardstock and heat embossed with silver embossing powder.
Petite Poinsettia" images on glitter paper with black StazOn ink and cutting with the Spellbinders "Layered Poinsettia" dies. I also used the small die from the "Holly-Ornament" die set, once everything was cut I shaped all the layers with embossing tools to add more dimension to the flower.
Thank you so much for your visit today, don't forget to visit the HFC Blog for lots of beautiful inspiration. Have a wonderful and creative day.
HCPC 3429 Wisemen Ornament PreCut Set
HCPC 3415 Petite Poinsettia PreCut Set
HCD 708 Decorative Window Die
HCD 705 Holly-Ornament Die Set
Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia
Spellbinders 2011 Heirloom Ornaments
Inks: StazOn (Jet Black), Distress ink (peeled paint), embossing ink
Paper: Bazzill cardstock, cardstock, DCWV Glitter paper, K & Co. (Yuletide Die-Cut Cardmaking Pad)
Accessories: Martha Stewart punch (branch), Ranger super fine detail embossing powder (silver), ribbon, Want2Scrap red adhesive rhinestones, pop dots
Size: 6" x 5 1/2"
Trim piece of die-cut patterned paper to desired size, ink edges with peeled paint distress ink. Trace die-cut edge on cardstock for base of card and cut with scissors. Stamp sentiment from "Wisemen Ornament" set with embossing ink and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Diecut and emboss the "Decorative Window" shape from green cardstock. Stamp ornament image from "Wisemen Ornament" set on cream colored cardstock with embossing ink and heat emboss with silver embossing powder, cut with coordinating die. Using same die, trace outer edge on green cardstock and cut with scissors. Stamp the following flowers from the "Petite Poinsettia" set on red glitter paper with black StazOn; 2-small, 2-next size up, cut with coordinating die, shape with embossing tools. Cut 2 small holly leaves from green cardstock using the die from "Holly-Ornament" die set, shape with embossing tools. Punch 4 little branches from green cardstock. Adhere everything as pictured, add ribbon and bow. Adhere a rhinestone star to the center of the poinsettia. Add some red adhesive rhinestones.
another pure beauty creation!!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, looks like it should be a piece of art hanging in a gallery! So beautifully done - thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
Really beautiful! I love the detail of the flower!ReplyDelete
I love to visit and admire the beauty of your creations. So look forward to another 6 months of seeing what you create!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card, Angelica! Wonderful design! Congrats on continuing on the team! I will continue to visit to see ytour stunning creations!ReplyDelete
As I was scrolling through the Heartfelt blog, this card really caught my eye. Lovely work.ReplyDelete
Congrats Angelica on another term with HFC. You definately are an inspiration with the beautiful designs using their products. Looking forward to seeing a lot more of these wonderful projects. "Hugs"ReplyDelete
Pure gorgeousness!!!! Your creations always amaze me!! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
absolutely stunning, angelica!!ReplyDelete
Amazing image and that is one of my favorite Christmas sentiments! I love the embossing and the big bow with the poinsettia! Great job and congrats on the DT extension!ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful!! Looking forward to working with you on the Heartfelt DT!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love the rich colors! Looking forward to working with you on the HC Design Team.ReplyDelete
Hooray for you, Angelica! THat is great news. My friends Andrea Ewen and Carol Hurlock just joined the HC team. I am new to HC's things, so I am enjoying 'my' new discovery, too.ReplyDelete