How is everyone doing today, hope well and ready for some Heartfelt Creations inspiration. As you know, during the month of December we have been featuring the "Limited Edition" stamps, these stamps are only available for purchase until December 31st., if you have not gotten them yet, make sure to purchase them right away before they are gone.
For this project I recycled a chocolate box, I started by covering it with cardstock and patterned paper.
I hope you enjoyed my project, make sure to stop the HC Blog and check out the sneak peek at our new collection "Chateau Gate" which will be releasing on January 10th at 12am EST. Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day.
Inks: VersaMark Watermark ink, Distress ink (shabby shutters, walnut stain), Stampin' Up (Chocolate Chip)
Paper: Bazzill Cardstock, Autumn Leaves (Savannah)
Accessories: Box, Spellbinders (Blossom Tags and Accents), Starform gold outline stickers, ribbon, Making Memories gold mini brads, Ranger gold super fine detail embossing powder, Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam (Chandelier), Mod Podge, pop dots
Challenges: Cooking It Up With Katie "#86 Anything Goes", My Mum's Craft Shop "37 Anything Goes", Paper Shelter Challenge "#45 Tied Bow, Simon Says Stamp "Anything Goes"
Size: 7" x 5 1/2" x 1 1/2"
Cover box and lid with brown cardstock and Mod Podge. Cut 5 pieces of patterned paper, 4 pieces for the sides of the box and 1 for the top of the lid, ink edges with walnut stain distress ink, adhere with Mod Podge. Using the border stamp from "Elegant Border and Swirl" set, stamp image with watermark ink on the sides of the lid and heat emboss with gold embossing powder. Using the "Lace Border" die, cut 2 pieces from brown cardstock and adhere together to fit the with of the box. Stamp sentiment from "Aztec Gold Sunflowers 1" on cream colored cardstock, cut and emboss with die from "Blossom Tags and Accents", before removing die from paper ink slightly with walnut stain distress ink. Stamp 3 images using the three leaf image from "Leafy Swirls" on coordinating patterned paper with chocolate chip ink, cut with scissors and ink with shabby shutters distress ink, shape with embossing tools. Stamp the following flowers from "Innoscents Flowers 2" on patterned paper with chocolate chip ink; 2-Large, 1-medium, 6-small, cut with coordinating dies, take 1-large and 3-small and cut out every other petal, shade edges of all the flowers with distress ink, shape with embossing tools, apply a touch of Glimmer Glam with a brush and dry with a heat tool, glue some gold Gala Glitz to the centers of the flowers. Adhere everything as pictured, add a bow. Attach gold mini brads. Adhere gold outline stickers to the edges of the sides on the lid as pictured.
Angelica, this is beautiful. Way to recycle. I love your flowers, they are always just stunning. I ordered the leafy swirls, I guess I need to order those flower.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous box! Beautiful deatils!ReplyDelete
I love what you did with the box! The colors are so rich and gorgeous too!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous box, Angelica! Love the papers and the beautiful flowers!ReplyDelete
An absolutely gorgeous design! Love those flowers on the top. Thanks for joining us at MMCSReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous! Your flowers are beautiful. Love your treatment on the lid band!ReplyDelete
Hi Angelica - this is just stunning! Your details are amazing as always!ReplyDelete
I'm glad you stopped by my new site.
Have a Happy New Year! xo
Beautiful cards...such cute images...thanks for joining us this week at TPS…..and good luck….ReplyDelete
i wish you a happy new year....
This is just a stunning box! Gorgeous in every way!!ReplyDelete
Wow this is gorgeous and those flowers are stunning. Thanks for joining us at MMCS Challenge.ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning, Angelica! Love the flowers. Thanks for playing along in the 'Anything Goes' challenge at Cooking It Up with Katie this time. Remember, it's open until January 3 and you can submit up to 3 projects. Happy New YearReplyDelete
NanaConnie DT Chef
Stunning! Beautifully crafted with real attention to detail.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at My mum's craft shop.