Tuesday, July 12, 2016

New Celebrate the Season Collection from Heartfelt Creations

The time has come to once again “Celebrate the Season” with Heartfelt Creations!  Non-traditional in color, this new holiday themed collection showcases an assortment of exceptional winter hues…shades of teals, pinks, greens and violets resembling the northern lights, whites as crisp as freshly fallen snow and ice blues mimicking frozen ponds beneath the blades of gently gliding ice skates.  Four fanciful cling stamp sets filled with old fashioned themed illustrations of ornate sleighs, wooden gates, gifts, skates, mittens, and simple wreaths filled with poinsettias and greenery, along with an assortment of charming sentiments will bring feelings of nostalgia from Christmas past to all of your crafty creations while being paired with the contemporary color palette of Christmas present.  Three coordinating sets of dies will have you creating your very own dimensional embellishments perfect for holiday cards, layouts and altered art pieces.  Join us as we “Celebrate the Season” and get an early start to all of our holiday themed creating.

Had a lot of fun designing this paper collection and playing with this beautiful color palette and all the images, hope you enjoy all our samples on the HC Blog.

My project today is a wall hanging I created with a piece of chipboard and decorated with papers, stamps and die cuts from "Celebrate the Season".
I colored the stakes, presents and mittens with Spectrum Noir markers and the poinsettias, wreath and garland with distress inks.
Thank you for your visit.

Angelica

Size:  9” x 7 1/2"
Supplies:
Heartfelt Creations and Supplies Carried by HC

Inks:  Distress Ink (broken china, mowed lawn)
Image Colored With:  Spectrum Noir Markers (BT1, BT5, BT9, HB1, LV3)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock (Teal), AW 89lb. Curious Iridescent Cryogen White cardstock
Accessories:  Chipboard shape, Want2Scrap Adhesive rhinestones (purple, teal), ribbon, metallic brads, Mod Podge, Acrylic Paint (purple, white pearl), MISTI, Bow-it-all, foam dots

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8Mj-EfcDvs for shaping tips and techniques on the poinsettia flower and holly leaves.

The finished size of the wall hanging is 9” x 7 1/2”.  Chose a piece of chipboard with a decorative shape, paint edges with purple acrylic paint and white pearl paint.  Trace chipboard shape on patterned paper and cut with scissors, glue paper to chipboard with mod podge, touch up edges with white pearl paint.  Cut 3 panels with Cut Mat Create die from patterned paper, ink edges with distress inks.  Cut 3 pieces from teal cardstock with Raindrops on Roses decorative die, trim unwanted sections of die cut as pictured.  Glue teal die cut to patterned paper panels with foam dots, glue these panels to chipboard base with foam dots.  Stamp skates, mittens, presents and sentiment on white specialty cardstock with Memento black ink, cut skates, mittens and presents with coordinating dies.  Cut sentiment with scissors.  Color images with Spectrum Noir markers, shape slightly with flower shaping kit.  Glue skates, presents and mittens to panels with foam dots as pictured.  Stamp several poinsettia sets, 1 wreath and 2 garlands on white cardstock with black ink, cut with coordinating dies.  Color poinsettias with sweet plum ink, color holly leaves, wreath and garlands with mowed lawn and broken china distress ink, shape with flower shaping kit.  Adhere Garland and sentiment cutout with foam dots, adhere garland, poinsettias and holly leaves as pictured.  Add glitter.  Add gala glitz to centers of poinsettias.  Add some adhesive rhinestones as pictured.

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful wall hanging ,love it xx

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  2. What a lovely piece; it is over the top beautiful!

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  3. Absolutely Gorgeous!!

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  4. Absolutely Gorgeous!!

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  5. Absolutely Gorgeous!!

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  6. A lot of love has gone into this one. Hugs

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  7. The card you made is so gorgeous.

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

Angelica