Friday, November 23, 2012

New Timeless Amour Collection

Hi everyone and welcome to Heartfelt Creations Black Friday release.

We are pleased to introduce the Timeless Amour Collection.  Grab your cup of cocoa and snuggle up.  This set is as warm and romantic as the days when the snow flies and the fireplace pops.  Typography of love, roses of delight, and patterns of mesmerizing drama are all included in the Timeless Amour Collection. There are 5 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 November 27th and you will be eligible to win the entire release valued at $134.93.

For my card I started by picking a couple of contrasting patterned papers from the "Timeless Amour" paper pad, I used the heart image as my focal point, the image is from the "Passage to my Heart"  I stamped the image with watermark ink on light colored patterned paper and heat embossed with black detail embossing powder.

I colored the rose and leaves with Prismacolor color pencils and shaded the edges of the paper with a gold Gelato.
I added a thin line of clear glue and applied some glitter to the edge of the heart, the dark patterned paper and the sentiment panel.
The heart and sentiment panel were adhered with pop dots for dimension.
Thank you so much for stopping by today, make sure you stop by the HC Blog and take a peek at all the gorgeous projects created by the design team.


Heartfelt Creations

Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress ink (walnut stain), VersaMark watermark ink
Image Colored With:  OMS, Prismacolor Color Pencils (Black Raspberry, Marine Green)
Paper:  Cardstock (Cream)
Accessories:   Recollections mini brads, May Arts Taupe Silk ribbon, Ranger Super Fine Detail black embossing powder, pop dots

Size:  6" x 6"
Cut a 6" x 6" piece of cream cardstock, cut a piece of patterned paper slightly smaller than the cardstock.  Cut a piece of dark coordinating patterned paper and mat with cream cardstock, adhere to base of card.  Using the "Lace Border" die cut a piece of lace from cream cardstock and adhere as pictured.  Stamp sentiment from "Timeless Rosette" set on light patterned paper with black ink, mat with cream cardstock, add mini brads to corners.  Cut decorative lace heart border with die from "Timeless Amour" heart die.  Stamp swirl heart from "Passage to my Heart" set on light patterned paper with watermark ink and heat emboss with detail black embossing powder, color rose and leaves with Prismacolor color pencils and OMS.  Shade edges of heart with gold Gelato, cut heart with heart die from "Timeless Amour" die set.  Adhere everything as pictured, adhering the stamped swirl heart and sentiment panel with pop dots.  Attach silk ribbon to card with mini brads and wrap top and bottom edges over to the back and tape down.  Add a detail line of Art Glitter adhesive to edge of dark patterned paper panel, to the edge of the heart, and to the sentiment panel, cover adhesive with a coordinating glitter.  


  1. As always your creations are wonderful! This is stunning!

  2. brautiful!! Love the ribbon treatment~

  3. You are amazing. This card is wonderful and I so love all the detail shots so I can see all the magic you've created!

  4. Just stunning! I adore the heart die border - really so pretty!

  5. Angelica this is such a beautiful card. I really like the way you gathered the ribbon it reminds me of pouf valances, so elelgant. I like the touch of sparkle too.

  6. Love it! Your minimal glitter treatment is wonderful. Love the unusual ribbon treatment.

  7. Beautiful coloring on the rose!

  8. I like the way you used Lace Die, and the Ribbon. Gorgeous.
    Hugs Nataliya

  9. Oh My! A gorgeous card, Angelica - love the rich colors and backgrounds you created. The flower within the heart is beautiful. Beautiful.

  10. This is so gorgeous! I am in love with the way you used your ribbon on this one!

  11. this is gorgeous!!! love the details and the colours. wow.


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