Hi everyone, welcome to Wednesday with Heartfelt Creations. Today my card features some of the new images from the "Floral Cross" collection combined with images and dies from other previous collections. One thing I just love of the HC products is how well everything coordinates together, just beautiful.
This image is from the "Going to the Chapel" set, I have been playing with my Spectrum Noir markers and used them to color this image on 100lb. bristol paper, I also used some of my Prismacolor pencils to touch up the shadows and make them a bit deeper. The doors for the gate I stamped on clear cardstock with StazOn ink.
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Inks: Mememto (Tuxedo Black), StazOn (Jet Black), Ranger Distress ink (forest moss), embossing ink
Image Colored With: Crafter's Companion Spectrum Noir Markers (Blender, DG1, DG2, DG3, DG4, LG2, LY1, CT4, CR11, CR10, TN1, TN2, TN4, EB3, EB4, IB1), OMS, Prismacolor Color Pencils (Sunburst Yellow, Yellowed Orange, Dark Brown, Black Rasberry, Prussian Green, Dark Green, White, Blue Slate), Marvy LePlume marker (72 pine green)
Paper: Bazzill Basics Cardstock (Black, Cream), K & Co. (Julianne Paper Pad), Strathmore 100lb. Bristol smooth surface
Accessories: Stickles (Yellow), Ranger Enamel Accents (Black), Martha Stewart Ebony embossing powder, Bronze metal filigree corners, pop dots, ribbon
Size: 6" x 6"
Cut piece of cream cardstock, cut piece of patterned paper slightly smaller than cream cardstock. With die from "Lace Border" die cut lace from black cardstock, trim to fit paper as pictured, thread ribbon through design. With die from "Decorative Chateau Gate" set, cut gate from cream cardstock, remove the door panels with craft knife. Stamp chapel image from "Going to the Chapel" set and lilies from "Butterfly and Lilies" set with black ink on bristol paper, color with markers and color pencils, cut lilies image with scissors, trim chapel image to fit gate die cut. Stamp swirl portal from "Grand Portal" set on clear cardstock with black StazOn ink, trim to fit gate die cut, adhere to gate die cut, with craft knife cut doors to open, adhere gate to chapel image with pop dots. Since the filigree corners were bronze I applied embossing ink and heat embossed them with black embossing powder. Stamp sentiment from "Cross and Lilies" set on cream cardstock with black ink, slightly ink edges with distress ink, apply embossing ink to edges and heat emboss with black embossing powder. Adhere everything as pictured, adhering the lilies image with pop dots, add a bow, apply Stickles to the lilies, apply black enamel to part of the black lace die cut as pictured.
As always your creation is just so very beautiful! Love your coloring!ReplyDelete
absolutley gorgeous as always!ReplyDelete
Wow, wow, wow! gorgeous work, Angelica!ReplyDelete
Beautiful details! Just lovely!ReplyDelete
How beautiful, Angelica...just brimming with stunning detail!ReplyDelete
This is exquisite Angela. I never heard of clear cardstock-so I learned some new today. You have the most sensational style-so delightful!ReplyDelete