Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday

Good morning everyone, welcome to another wonderful Wednesday with Heartfelt Creations.  Today I want to share with you an easel card I made with this gorgeous birdhouse image from their "Bella Rose House" set, this set is part of their "Bella Rose" collection.  
I stamped the image 3 times on watercolor paper, colored with distress re-inkers, cut all the layers with scissors and adhered with pop dots, I love the final result with all the dimension of the roses on the birdhouse.
The sentiment is from the "Belated Birthday Wishes" set, I framed it with the Spellbinders' "Fleur De Lis Rectangles" die.  Also used the "Lace Border" die from Heartfelt Creations, cut the top and bottom sections and adhered to the piece of embossed patterned paper.
If you get a chance, hop over to the HFC blog for tons of gorgeous projects and another sneak peek at their Christmas Cheer collection releasing next week, wait till you see this collection, you are going to love it!!! 

Thank you for stoping by and hope you have a great day.


Heartfelt Creations
HCPC 3392 Bella Rose House PreCut Set
HCPC 3414 Belated Birthday Wishes PreCut Set
HCD 713 Lace Border Die

Inks: Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black), ColorBox Pigment (Chestnut)
Image Colored With:  Distress re-inkers (walnut stain, vintage photo, shabby shutters, peeled paint, aged mahogany, tumbled glass)
Paper:  White GP Cardstock, Bazzill Cardstock, 140lb cold press watercolor paper, K & Co. paper pad (Julianne)
Accessories:  Spellbinders (Fleur De Lis Rectangles), Cuttlebug embossing folder (Heritage), Want2Scrap green adhesive pearls, ribbon, white acrylic paint, pop dots

Size:  6" x 6"
Make base of card with cardstock making sure to mark fold for easel card.  Cut a piece of patterned paper, ink edges with chestnut ink, mat with dark brown cardstock.  Cut a strip of coordinating patterned paper and emboss with embossing folder, ink edges and embossed area with chestnut ink.  Using the "Lace Border" die, diecut a border from brown cardstock and adhere to embossed piece of paper as pictured.  Using the largest die from "Fleur De Lis Rectangles", diecut shape from brown cardstock.  Stamp birdhouse image from "Bella Rose House" set on watercolor paper 3 times, color images with distress re-inkers, one image is the base, second image cut full image with scissors, third image cut only the roses, adhere to base image with pop dots.  Adhere everything as pictured, adding ribbon and a bow, adhere the frame with stamped image with pop dots, add an adhesive pearl to corner.  Inside of card; cut piece of patterned paper, ink edges with chestnut ink and mat with brown cardstock.  Stamp sentiment from "Belated Birthday Wishes" set on white cardstock with black ink, ink edges with chestnut ink.  Using the largest die from "Fleur De Lis Rectangles", diecut shape from brown cardstock, I cut only 3 sides, top and sides first, I then re-arranged the die to cut the bottom part only, this gave me a better fitting shape for the size of the sentiment.  Adhered with pop dots, add adhesive pearls to lower corners.


  1. WOW! Just stunning, those flowers and the way you popped them are fantastic!!!!

  2. Such a pretty card! I do love that birdhouse!

  3. This is gorgeous, Angelica! I love the easel design and all the dimension! Fantastic coloring, too!

  4. Pretty card! Love it! Olena

  5. Oh how gorgeous is this!!! My favorite colors with such beautiful details and coloring. Amazing stamp. "Hugs" Carol

  6. Another gorgeous creation!

  7. Gorgeous!! Just beautiful! Love the colors and the dimension and I think that is one of my fovorite stamps!

  8. Angelica, this is so luscious! Love your rich colors and how you popped your flowers - great photos too!

  9. Beautiful! Love the dimensiona and added embossing!

  10. I loved this easel card as soon as I saw it Angelica! The colours are so rich and warm.......Fabulous!

  11. So beautiful! Love the rounded work on the roses and the easel effect...and your fabby "nature chic color combos". Still haven't made one of those easel cards yet. PS...You make the most fabulous bows!


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