Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday

Happy Wednesday morning everyone, it's the second Wednesday of the month and that means Heartfelt Creations has a new release, today we are releasing the beautiful "Western Elements" Collection. 
Escape to the western plains with the Western Elements Collection.  Featuring Grandpa's antique wooden carriage and super-sized mushrooms, this set will delight with a brand-new twist on a traditional theme. There are 5 new PreCut Stamp Sets and one beautiful new exclusive Spellbinders die designed for Heartfelt Creations.

Leave a comment on the HC blog by April 17 to be eligible to win the entire release valued at $109.99. The winner will be announced on April 18 on the HC Blog.

For my card today I have created this scene with several images from the "Western Elements" collection and images from "My Guy" collection.  

I stamped the images on watercolor paper with black ink and colored everything with Inktense watercolor pencils.
I stamped the wheel also on watercolor paper, colored with Inktense pencils and cut with the coordinating die, I placed a copper brad in the center and adhered with pop dots.
I used some gold corner outline stickers and little dots, to change the color of them I just colored them with a brown Spectrum Noir marker and got this pretty copper color.
Thank you so much for stopping by, don't forget to stop by the HC Blog and check out all the gorgeous creations the DT has made.  Have a wonderful and creative day.


Heartfelt Creations

Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black)
Image Colored With:  Derwent Inktense Watercolor Pencils (Oak, Sepia Ink, Bright Blue, Fern, Willow, Sienna Gold, Light Olive), Marvy LePlume II (18 dark brown)
Paper:  Bazzill Basics Cardstock (Brown), Canson 140Lb. cold press watercolor paper, Basic Grey (Urban Couture)
Accessories:  EK Success border punch (Acanthus Leaf), Ribbon, Crafter's Companion Spectrum Noir markers (EB8), ribbon, Sakura Stardust pen (orange), Recollections metallic mini brads, Starform gold outline stickers, BoBunny Brad, pop dots

Size:  6" x 6"
Cut a piece of patterned paper and mat with brown cardstock.  Cut a strip of coordinating patterned paper, mat with brown cardstock making sure to leave bottom edge wide enough to punch a decorative border with border punch.  Stamp fence image from "Western Elements" set on watercolor paper with black ink, make a mask by stamping same image on a piece of scrap paper, cut fence with scissors, apply removable adhesive on several areas of the image and place on the image stamped on watercolor paper.  Stamp the tall grass image from "Scenery Builders" set with black ink several times to make the grassy background, stamp several small grass patches as pictured.  Color image with Inktense watercolor pencils, add some orange Stardust pen to the orange on the grass image, mat with brown cardstock.  Stamp wagon wheel from "Western Elements" set on watercolor paper with black ink, cut with coordinating die and color with Inktense watercolor pencils, shape with paper blossom tool kit, attach a copper brad and adhere with pop dots.  Stamp sentiment from "Western Sentiments" set with black ink on white cardstock, mat with brown cardstock, making sure to leave enough cardstock at both ends to punch the decorative shape with the border punch, adhere with pop dots.  Take some corner and dot gold outline stickers and color them with a dark brown alcohol based marker, I used Spectrum Noir, this will change the color from gold to copper.  Adhere corners and dots as pictured.  Adhere everything as pictured, add ribbon, bow, and some brads.


  1. One word.....Gorgeous!

  2. I agree with Glenda, Gorgeous!

  3. Gorgeous card, Angelica! Fantastic coloring!

  4. I love all your attention to the details!

  5. Just beautiful! Love all the layers!

  6. Love it! Beautiful colors.

  7. Yes, Angelica this is gorgeous. Your coloring is so fantastic and really brings the scene to life.

  8. Holy Cow, this is just stunning, Angelica!!


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