Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Happy Birthday with Heartfelt Creations

Hi friends, I have been playing with some stamps and paper from Heartfelt Creations and I made some flowers which I used on this card.  All the paper I used here is from the "Timeless Amour" collection.  
Here is a closeup of the flowers, I stamped them on cream cardstock and shaded the petals with tattered rose distress ink.  After I shaped them I added stickles to the edge of all the petals.
I created the lace by stamping this beautiful lace distressed image on white vellum with watermark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder.  I then detail cut the edge of the image so as to make it look like a piece of real lace.
Here is my inspiration for the layout of my card, a great sketch buy the wonderfully talented Jen.
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my blog, make sure to stop by the HC Blog and take a peek at all the gorgeous projects created by the design team.

Angelica

Supplies:
Heartfelt Creations

 Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), VersaMark Watermark ink, Distress ink (forest moss, frayed burlap, tattered rose)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock (Cream), Cardstock (Cream), Vellum (White)
Accessories:  Ribbon, Stickles (Diamond), EK Success punch, Hampton Art embossing powder (White), Want2Scrap adhesive pearl swirls, PC mini scallop decorative scissors
Challenge:  The Deconstructed Sketch #82

Instructions:
Size:  5 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Cut a piece of dark patterned paper, mat with cream cardstock.  Cut a piece of light colored coordinating paper, round corners and ink edges with frayed burlap distress ink.  Cut a strip of dark coordinating paper, mat with cream cardstock and cut sides with scallop deco scissors.  Cut a small strip of coordinating pp, ink edges with distress ink, mat with cream cardstock and cut sides with scallop deco scissors.  Stamp "Timeless Lace" image on vellum with watermark ink and heat emboss with white embossing powder.  Trim edge of lace with scissors.  Cut sentiment label from labels sheet of paper, mat with cream cardstock.  Adhere everything as pictured, adding some ribbon under the sentiment panel.  Stamp 2 small flowers from "Botanical Floral 1" set on cream cardstock with black ink, cut with coordinating die.  Stamp the following flowers from "Botanical Floral 2" on cream cardstock with black ink; 8-small,  5-medium, 3-large, cut with coordinating dies.  Stamp the following leaves from "Botanical Floral 2" set on cream cardstock with black ink; 7-small, 4-medium, cut with coordinating dies.  Shade petals of flowers with tattered rose distress ink, shade leaves with forest moss distress ink, shape all with paper blossoms tool kit.  Make flowers and adhere as pictured, add ribbon bow, pearl swirls, and Stickles to the edges of the petals on the flowers.

11 comments:

  1. Another little piece of art! Simply gorgeous!

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  2. now that is absolulely a piece of art, gorgeous!

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  3. Yes, this is a very gorgeous card. I love the way you created the lace. Happy New Year

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  4. Beautiful!! The lace on vellum is awesome! Love your gorgeous flowers too!

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  5. This is stunning! Your stamping is amazing and I LOVE those flowers - you did a beautiful job creating those. The whole things comes together to be a fabulous, elegant and stunning card!

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  6. Fabulous job and gorgeous card!

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  7. WAY.TO.GO! Gorgeous flowers and lace on vellum - brilliant!

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  8. Angelica your card is gorgeous, where do I start. Your roses are perfect old english roses I really like how your buds are not tight. I have not mastered that yet. Your embossed vellum lace is perfect. Love the pearl accents.

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  9. Love love love it! Thought that was real lace!! Your fussy cutting is just amazing!

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  10. Oh, I just love your creations!! I would not be able to send them if I made them! LOL!! So beautiful!
    Can't wait to take another class of yours!

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Thank you so much for visiting my blog, your comments are greatly appreciated.

Angelica