Good morning Heartfelt Creations fans, hope everyone is having a good week so far. Here is my card for today, this card features some of the new stamps from the "Chateau Gate" collection released last week. I started by embossing the background with this fun brick embossing folder from Tim Holtz, after embossing the cardstock I lightly inked some areas to give it a bit more dimension.
This beautiful image is from the "Mystic Hideaway" set, had a lot of fun coloring it.
I made the flowers with some of the dies from "Carnation Creations" and "Posy Patch", for the leaves I use the dies from the "Decorative Chateau" die set.
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Inks: Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress ink (antique linen)
Image Colored With: Derwent Inktense Pencils (Fuchsia, Hooker's Green, Beech Green, Felt Green, Leaf Green, Iris Blue, Red Oxide, Oak, Willow, Sepia Ink, Ink Black)
Paper: Bazzill Cardstock, Canson 140lb. cold press watercolor paper
Accessories: Spellbinders (Grommet Tags), Tim Holtz embossing folder (Bricked), twine, Gold Paint pen, Black brush marker, Recollections adhesive pearls, MM black mini brads, pop dots
Size: 6" x 6"
Cut a piece of cream colored cardstock and emboss with brick embossing folder, ink edges and some of the embossed areas with antique linen distress ink, mat with black cardstock. Stamp sentiment from "Door To My Heart" on cream colored cardstock with black ink, cut with Spellbinders tag, use same die to trace outer shape on black cardstock, cut with scissors. Cut 4 small flowers with the smallest die from "Carnation Creations" from cardstock, cut 4 small flowers with the small die from "Posy Patch" from brown cardstock, cut 6 leaf branches using the dies from "Decorative Chateau Gate" die set from green cardstock, shape all the flowers and leaves using the blossoms tool kit, adhere everything as pictured, add some twine, attach black brads to the tag and adhere some adhesive pearls to the center of the flowers. Stamp the following images on watercolor paper and color with Inktense pencils, 1-scene image from "Mystic Hideaway", 2-doors from "Grand Portal", 2-potted plants from "Doorway Trimmings". Doors, cut one complete door, with a craft knife cut out the 4 little panels, and cut around to be able to open them, on the second door cut out the frame of the door you only need to keep the full panels, adhere these panels to the complete door, using a gold paint pen color in the hardware of the door. Cut the gate from black cardstock with the die from "Decorative Chateau Gate", remove the panels, adhere the colored door on top of the black decorative gate. Trim the colored scene to the size of the gate, adhere gate on top of scene with pop dots, adhere scene and gate to base of card. Cut one full potted plant, second image only keep the pot, adhere with pop dots to base of card, adhere pot to full plant with pop dots. Add some black mini brads to corners of card.
Such a beautiful piece! Your coloring is just perfect. I love how you did the wall!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is just gorgeous, Angelica! Such amazing work with these new stamps. So LOVE how your windows open to reveal the beautiful garden. Love the brick embossing and the sentiment, too.ReplyDelete
Hola, es preciosa! me gustan mucho esas puertas que se abren y detrás se puede ver un bello paisaje. Pero ese embosado de ladrillo es estupendo!!ReplyDelete
En fin me encanta!!
This is gorgeous, Angelica! I love the brick wall and the beautifully colored scene!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! Love the embossed brick wall!ReplyDelete
Very pretty and I love your brick wall!ReplyDelete
I love that brick wall embossing and your beautiful coloring!ReplyDelete
I love how you used the TH folder. I have that one and didn't even give it a second thought but now you have given me inspiration. I love, love, love how you colored the scene!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Card! Everything is great... the wall, the 'door', the scenery is colored so well, and I love those sweet little flowers!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous creation Angelica. Just received my set today and can't wait to use it. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration. "Hugs"ReplyDelete
his is fabulous, Angelica!ReplyDelete
LOVE it!!! You've just inspired me to get the brick embossing plate too! This creation is so unique and very creative! xoReplyDelete