Wednesday, October 16, 2013

You Mean So Much and Moments With You

Hello friends!
Tonight I bring you two cards that I designed for Heartfelt Creations. The first card I used the chalkboard effect on the flowers. I have always wanted to try this technique, and I must say, it was easy and fun. So lets get on with the picture and the instructions on how this card was created. 
You Mean So Much


Heartfelt Creations Products Used:

HCPC 3565 Recovery Wishes PreCut Set
HCPC 3568 Moments With You PreCut Set
HCPC 3468 Tattered Blossoms PreCut Set
HCD 740 Sweet Juliet Die
HCD 722 Tattered Blossoms Die
HCDP1 237 Antiquity Paper Collection
472107 Lacey Oval Nestabilities
354802 Classic Oval Large
354808 Standard Circles Large
354806 Standard Circles Small
159233 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit
255215 Clear Sealer

Other Products Used:

Papers: Ivory Cardstock, Green Cardstock
Inks: Ranger Distress Ink - Fired Brick and Black Soot ColorBox Ink - Frost White Copic - RV99 Pebbles Chalks
Accessories: Pearls

Instructions:
Base card 6" square in ivory. Cut pattern paper 5 3/4" x 5 3/4". Cut Ivory cardstock 4 3/4" x 4 3/4". Cut another piece of pattern paper 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" and adhere all three to base. Die cut largest lacey oval and set aside. Now with largest oval die cut black pattern paper. Stamp flowers using white pigment ink and before ink is dry, dab with your choice of colored chalks. Click here for tutorial. After chalked, pray with clear sealer. Ready to adhere to lacey oval and place on card. Stamp circle sentiment on pattern paper and die cut with circle die. Next, die cut a circle a bit larger from ivory cardstock and adhere those two together. Add pop dots and place as pictured. Die cut some leaves from Sweet Juliet foliage and adhere to card. Stamp flowers with distress ink on ivory cardstock and cut with coordinating dies. Use the same ink to distress flowers plus use a bit of black soot. Shape flowers and adhere together and place on card. Add a pearl in flower centers. Also place some pearls in corners and around sentiment.

Now for the second card that I designed.

Moments With You



Heartfelt Creations Products Used:

HCPC 3568 Moment With You PreCut Set
HCPC 3564 Blessing to Me PreCut Set
HCPC 3468 Tattered Blossoms PreCut Set
HCD 740 Sweet Juliet Die
HCD 722 Tattered Blossoms Die
HCDP1 237 Antiquity Paper Collection
472107 Lacey Oval Nestabilities
354802 Classic Oval Large
354808 Standard Circles Large
354806 Standard Circles Small
159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit

Other Products Used:

Papers: Ivory Cardstock, Green Cardstock
Inks: Ranger Distress Inks - Fired Brick and Black Soot, Memento - Tuxedo Black, ColorBox Pigment Ink - Frost White 
Accessories: Pearls

Instructions:
Base card 6" square in ivory. Cut black pattern paper 5 3/4" x 5 3/4". Cut Ivory cardstock 5" x 5". Cut another piece of pattern paper 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" and adhere all three to base. Die cut largest lacey oval and set aside. With your choice of pattern paper die cut largest oval and stamp greeting from Blessings to Me. Adhere to lacey oval and place on card. Stamp circle sentiment on black pattern paper using white pigment ink and die cut with circle die. Now die cut a circle a bit larger from ivory cardstock and adhere those two together. Add pop dots and place as pictured. Die cut some leaves from Sweet Juliet foliage and adhere to card. Stamp flowers with distress ink on ivory cardstock and cut with coordinating dies. Use the same ink to distress flowers plus use a bit of black soot. Shape flowers and adhere together and place on card. Add a pearl in flower centers. Also place some pearls in corners and around sentiment. 

 Don't forget to stop by Heartfelt Creations Blog and check out what the other designers created this week.

Hope I was able to inspire you today and thanks for stopping by!

2 comments:

  1. I always look forward to seeing your weekly creations as they are truly works of art. That first card is so original and beautiful. Love the technique you employed in stamping the flowers. The second card is stunning, and the use of the chalkboard sentiment is inspired. Lovely!

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