Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Floral Cross Collection by Heartfelt Creations

Good morning everyone and welcome to another gorgeous release from Heartfelt Creations, wait till you see the images on this beautiful collection.
Heartfelt Creations is pleased to release the Floral Cross Collection. This collection is as fresh as a blooming yellow lily on a sunny spring day: intricate flowers compliment the typographical, linear, and wooden crosses. There are 6 new PreCut Stamp Sets and one beautiful new exclusive Spellbinders die designed for Heartfelt Creations.

Leave a comment on the HC blog by February 14 to be eligible to win the entire release valued at $125.93. The winner will be announced on February 15 on the HC Blog.

Now for my card, I have used this beautiful image from the "Butter Fly and Lilies" set.

I stamped the image twice and colored with Prismacolor pencils, one image I cut with scissors and adhered with pop dots for dimension.
I stamped all these beautiful lilies on white Wausau paper, cut them with the coordinating dies and colored them with Prismacolor pencils.
I shaped them slightly with the embossing tools and added a touch of Stickles.
Thank you so much for stopping by and don't forget to hop over to the HC Blog for tons of inspiration.


Heartfelt Creations

Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress ink (forest moss, iced spruce)
Image Colored With:  OMS, Prismacolor Color Pencils (Deco Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Goldenrod, Pomegranate, Sepia, French Grey 70%, Prussian Green), Marvy LePlume II (28 English Red)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock, 110lb. Wausau white cardstock, MME
Accessories:  Spellbinders (Labels Twenty-Two), Cricut Expression, Cricut cartridge (Storybook), Cricut Craft Room, Stickles (Star Dust), Lace, Want2Scrap red adhesive pearls, pop dots

Size:  6" x 8"
Cut base of card with Cricut, cut one layer from red cardstock, cut a smaller layer from pattered paper, ink edges of pattered paper with iced spruce distress ink.  Stamp image twice from "Butter Fly and Lilies" set on Wausau white cardstock with black ink, color images with Prismacolor pencils and OMS, cut the base image and emboss with a die from Labels Twenty-Two, before removing the die from the cardstock, slightly shade edges with iced spruce distress ink, cut second image with scissors, adhere to base image with pop dots.  Take the die you used to cut the base image and trace the outer edge on red cardstock, cut with scissors.  Cut two decorative gates using the gate die from "Decorative Chateau Gate" from red cardstock, adhere to top and bottom of stamped image frame as pictured.  Stamp the following lilies from the "Pristine Lilies" set on Wausau white cardstock with black ink and cut with the coordinating dies from "Cross and Lilies" set; 5-small, 3-next size up, 3-next size up, 2-next size up, color flowers with Prismacolor pencils and OMS, shape with embossing tools.  Cut 6 leaves with dies from "Carnation Creations" set out of green cardstock, shade with forest moss distress ink, cut in half and shape with embossing tool.  Adhere some lace, adhere the stamped image panel, adhere all the lilies and leaves, using the tweezers from the blossom tool kit, twist the leaves to give them more dimension.  Add some stickles to the flowers and the light from the candles.  Add some adhesive pearls.


  1. I don't have words to tell you beautiful I think this is! Just a stunning work of art!

  2. Veramente bellissimo! Complimenti! You are so talented. I have no imagination at all, but I can bake...not decorate though. Come on over for some cookies! I am following you from snowy Rome!

  3. beautiful, love those flowers!!!!

  4. This is absolutely stunning, Angelica!

  5. Really gorgeous creation!

  6. You've created such a gorgeous card!! All the layering is great!!

  7. What a gorgeous card Angelica. Everything is just place perfectly and colored beautifully. I enjoy seeing your wonderful creations each week. You are so talented.

  8. this card is breath taking, I absolutley love this. I am new but want to learn to do what your do... thanks for the directions on this card.


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