Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Heartfelt Creations new release for August!.....

It's called....
This collection is truly filled with all the goodness and yum you would expect from the name. 

CAST YOUR BURDEN pocket card

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Other Products Used:
Card Stock: A4 SUP - Natural White, Bazzill - Red. Ranger: Heat Gun, Water Coloring Brush, Foam inking tool. Gold embossing powder, Bone folder. Distress ink: Walnut Stain Forest Moss, Fired Brick, Antique Linen, Tumbled Glass. Other: Versa-mark, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Seam binding ribbon, Corner Punch.. Round the bottom corners with the punch. Ink the edges with the Walnut Stain. Taking the Red card stock cut, 9.1 cm x 9.1 cm for the image

The finished size of this POCKET CARD is, 18.4 cm x 14.7 cm. To make the pocket: Taking the A4 card stock, fold this in half. Cut away on both edges to the fold 1.2 cm. Fold the remaining 1.2 cm back to make the tabs to form the pocket. Adhere together to form the pocket. Using the corner punch, round the bottom pocket corners. For the pocket front, cut from the paper collection, Farmers Market 18.2 cm x 14.5 cm. Take the Red card stock and cut the matting, 9.1 cm x 9.1 cm for the image and 9.1 cm x 3.9 cm for the sentiment. Taking the A4 card stock and the Cut Mat Create dies, die cut the sizes needed for the image and sentiment. Gold emboss stamping these with the image from the Apple Harvest stamp set and a sentiment from the Up lifting Scriptures set. Using the distress inks, color the image. Use Walnut Stain to ink the edges. Adhere the red matting card to the stamped cards. For the large apple image, gold emboss and color this also. Fussy cut and shape by using the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit. Wrap and adhere the seam-binding ribbon across and around the center of the pocket. Adhere the sentiment to the pocket front with double sided tape or glue but the basket of apples image to the pocket front with foam squares. Adhere the fussy cut apples with foam squares in position as seen in the photo. Make and adhere a triple bow. For the card:  Taking the A4 card stock, cut 17 cm x 17.9 cm. Repeat this, using the paper from the Farmers Garden paper collection, also, cut 9.7 cm x 17.8 cm for the back of the card with the paper collection. Round the corners and ink the edges of all paper and card stock. Taking the A4 card stock gold emboss and die cut the jugs using the Jars and Vines stamp and die sets. Gold emboss stamp the large apple image, then fussy cut this. Color all the stamped images. Shape the apple image with the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit. Adhere the design paper to the card base. Ink the edges with Walnut Stain ink. Arrange the jars across the top of the card.  Staggering the placement to fill the gaps. Adhere the apple image to the right of the card as seen in the photo. Ink the edges of the back of the card and jars. Adhere the remaining paper across the back to neaten the join of the jars and card.

If you have clicked onto the video, you will get so inspired to try something out of the box. There is also so much to see this week on the blog.
Till next time, have a scrappy inky week,
Inky hugs Sussippins


  1. The gold embossing almost looks like frost on the lovely, Sussi!

  2. Susan your cards are always so fantabulous, i love how you incorporate gold embossing into so many of your projects and it makes each and every project unique and beautiful.

  3. perfection plus .... your work is beautiful, I can tell you put so much love and care into your work .. love xox

  4. Love this card Susan... The gold embossing gives it a royal touch :)

  5. Such beautiful vintage cards Susan!!! Love the embossing.