Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Decorative Box with Heartfelt Creations

I have been having way too much fun playing with the new "Vintage Floret" collection from Heartfelt Creations.  I absolutely love the colors and vintage feel of this collections.  My project today is this book box I decorated and embellished using the papers and flowers from "Vintage Floret"
Here is a closeup of the sentiment, I hand cut the image into an oval shape making sure to cut around the roses and leaves.
I had some fun creating this roses, lots of shading, shaping and sparkle.
For the spine, I adhere pieces of trim and pearls to cover the 4 ribs on the spine.
I covered the inside with coordinating paper and cardstock.  All it needs is a special little gift.
Thank you so much for stopping by today, hope to see you back soon.

Angelica

Supplies:
Heartfelt Creations

Inks:  Adirondack (Espresso), Distress ink (forest moss, victorian velvet)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock (Brown), Cardstock (White)
Accessories:  Book box from craft store, Basics Acrylic Gesso, Accent Acrylic Paint (Light Roseberry), DecoArt Metallics (Rich Espresso), Tsukineko Walnut Ink, Diamond Dust, Brown trim, Hand dyed seam binding, Want2Scrap adhesive pearls and swirls (Le Creme), Corner embellishments

Instructions:
Size:  4 1/2" x 6 1/2"
Using gesso, paint all edges and areas that will not be covered with paper, let dry, apply 1-2 coats of pink paint to same areas, let dry, apply a light coat of walnut ink to age the paint a bit. Cover inside of box with coordinating cardstock and paper if desired.  Adhere brown trim to cover ribs on spine, add some mini pearls to the edge of the trim to give a finished look.  Cut 2 pieces of brown cardstock slightly smaller than the cover for front and back, adhere.  Cut 2 pieces of pink patterned paper from "Vintage Floret" paper collection slightly smaller than brown cardstock, shade edges with victorian velvet distress ink, adhere to front and back covers.  With "Decorative Window" die cut one shape from brown cardstock, adhere to center as pictured.  Adhere some seam binding to top and bottom as pictured.  Cut sentiment card from sentiments sheet, with scissors trim into oval shape making sure to trim around the leaves and rose images, shade edges with victorian velvet distress ink, adhere as pictured.  Stamp the following flowers from "Open Vintage Floret" on white cardstock with espresso ink; 6-small, 4-next size up.   Stamp the following flowers from "Mini Vintage Floret" on white cardstock with espresso ink; 5-small, 4-next size up, cut with coordinating dies, shade with victorian velvet distress ink, shape with paper blossoms tool kit.  Here are the total die cut flowers you will end up with; 6-small, 5-medium, 4-large, 4-extra large.  For the two large roses glue together the following flowers; 1-small, 1-medium, 1-large, 2-extra large.  Use the extra flowers to create smaller flowers.  Stamp the single leaf from "Leaf Medley" set on white cardstock 11 times, cut with coordinating die, shade with forest moss distress ink, shape with paper blossoms tool kit.  Adhere all the flowers and leaves as pictured.  Make bow with seam binding and adhere.  Add adhesive pearl swirls, add some diamond dust to petals of flowers.  For the corner embellishments I used metallic acrylic paint to change their color to coordinate with the project.

6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous decorated box, Angelica! Wonderful project!

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  2. *Gasp* This is absolutely STUNNING!!!

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  3. Love this, its stunning

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  4. breathtaking!!!!

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  5. Stunning!! Your flowers are exquisite!

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  6. This is an amazing project! Gorgeous!!

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Angelica