Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Delicate Asters Collection from Heartfelt Creations

Is everyone ready for our new "Delicate Asters" Collection from Heartfelt Creations.  You are going to love the beautiful floral images and colors on this collection, I know I do :o)  I  have so much fun working in collaboration with HC on designing the papers, it's so fun to see how the collection comes together with all the different elements and colors.  For this collection I also got the opportunity to collaborate in designing some of the stamp images.

We are pleased to introduce the Delicate Asters Collection. You are creative, show your friends with this unique Aster collection. With beautiful elegant petals and Monarch butterflies, this set will represent you in a lively popping way. The typography makes speaking from your heart quick and easy. Our paper is a great value for those looking to get their money’s worth on materials. Since there are two different designs on the paper’s front and back, you get 24 different designs in one package. Now you have a variety of options when you get bored.

There are 6 new PreCut Stamp Sets, one 12x12 Paper Collection, and one beautiful new exclusive Spellbinders die designed for Heartfelt Creations. 

Leave a comment on the HC blog by September 18th and you will be eligible to win the entire release valued at $145.92 . 

And here is my card, the focal image is from a patterned paper sheet.  All I had to do was cut to size and add the dimensional flowers, how easy is that.

Here is a closeup of the image, I added 3 stamped and die cut flowers, as a final touch I added gold outline stickers to frame the image.
I love this sentiment, I stamped it on patterned paper with black ink, cut and embossed with a Spellbinders die and shaded slightly with distress ink.
And here is a closeup of the aster, very easy to make, stamp, cut with coordinating die, shade with distress ink, and shape with paper blossoms tool kit.
Hope you have enjoyed my project today, make sure to stop by the HC blog for tons of inspiration from the design team.  Thank you so much for stopping by.


Heartfelt Creations

Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress ink (forest moss, seedless preserves)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock (Light green), Cardstock (White) 
Accessories:  Starform gold outline stickers, ribbon, Recollections gold adhesive pearls, Marvy LePlumeII (5 yellow), pop dots

Size:  5 1/2" 8 1/2"
Cut a piece of green patterned paper to fit card base.  Cut the corner asters image from the patterned paper and mat with light green cardstock, adhere gold outline stickers to the edge and corners.  Die cut a lace border from light green cardstock and cut in half lengthwise.  Stamp the following asters from "Delicate Asters" set on white cardstock with black ink; 1-large, 1-next size down, 1-next size down, cut with coordinating dies, shade petals with seedless preserves distress ink, shape with paper blossoms tool kit.  Stamp sentiment from "Script Asters Background" set on green patterned paper with black ink, cut with die from Spellbinders' "Labels Seventeen", emboss and shade edge of embossed paper with forest moss distress ink.  Adhere image and die cut lace as pictured, adhere asters to image.  Add outline sticker corners to green patterned background.  Adhere sentiment label with pop dots, add gold adhesive pearls to label.  Adhere gold Gala Glitz to center of aster.  Add some ribbon and bow.


  1. eye popping, jaw dropping gorgeous! I love the layered lace on here too!!! Beautiful!

  2. Your card is super beautiful and the new paper you designed is absolutely gorgeous!!! (I hate to cut it because it's so pretty! LOL) It's great to be able take DP to use as a focal point and you showcased it beautifully!!

  3. Ohhhh MY!!! Angelica!!!! What an AMAZING card! The new stamps are FANTASTIC!!!! Love, love, love everything about this!!!!


  5. Simply gorgeous Angelica! Blessings! Kathy

  6. Wow! Gorgeous! Love this new release! You've really showed cased it to 'the nines'!

  7. What gorgeous stamps, and you have done a fabulous job showcasing them.


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