Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Another Heartfelt Creations Wednesday featuring the Classic Wedding collection...

A big hi to you,
yes another beautiful, crammed packed full of talent week at Heartfelt Creations blog featuring the "Classic Wedding" collection....
fantastic for all those up and coming weddings you will be celebrating.
Have fun at my place today with a "Congratulations" card.



Congratulations slider card.

Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On Their Website:

Other Products Used:
Card Stock: Crafters Companion Whit-hint of gold 300gm, Peach card stock.
Ranger:  Archival ink: jet black and Sap green, Distress ink: Victorian velvet and aged mahogany . Other: Heat Gun, Water Mister, Inking tool, Bone folder, Paper distressing tool, Scissors, Ruler . Other: Hot glue gun, Versa-mark, Double sided Tape, 3d Double Sided Foam Tape, Misti, Clear crackle medium. 


Instructions:
Click HERE to see how to make the roses
Click HERE for a photo tutorial on a how to put this slider card base together.
This card when completed fits into an envelope measuring 9.1/2” x 7.1/2” (24.1 cm x 19 cm )

*To make the card base take the A4 card stock make 2 folds, on the long side, being 2.1/4” ( 6 cm ) each to form the foot of the card. Fold this to a hill and valley fold. 

*Cut the card front base at 5.9/16” x 6.12/16” ( 14.2 cm x 17.1 cm )

*The card slider at 2.10/16” x 4.1/2” ( 6.7 cm x 11.5 cm ) 

*The slider stop at 1” x 3.12/16” ( 9.5 cm x 3 cm )

*Taking the peach card stock cut this a little smaller than the card front base.

*When preparing the card front matting with double sided tape, apply only to three sides. Leaving the top open so the slider can slip into this opening. 

*Find the desired design paper from the paper collection and cut matting for the card base measurements. This is also cut a little smaller than the card stock.

*For this card, before adhering to the card stock layer, the design paper for the card front is distressed with a paper distresser tool.

*Adhere the card front to the centre of the card foot. 

*Centre then adhere the slider to the top edge of the card background.

*Slip the slider into the card front opening. This makes the card base complete, now  continue decorating your card.


Taking the white card stock and the large rose heart stamp, stamp once with the Sap Green ink and the other with the gold embossing powder.
Die cut using both the outer and inside die pieces. Find the sentiment, using a scrap of design paper stamp with gold embossing powder.
Trim so you will have a banner that will fit into the heart centre.
Stamp three leaf swirls using the Sap green ink, apply a little ink to the heart of the leaves using the daubers.
Make the roses and rose buds.
Adhere the hearts with 3d foam tape or double dots. 


Slip the sentiment banner into the heart centre and secure.
Arrange and adhere a leaf swirl to each side of the heart, adhere the roses using as filler the extra leaf swirl, trimming as you go.
Apply crackle medium to the roses then the crystal powder. Apply heat to activate the mediums in the crystal powder.

Once you have got the card base construction under your belt, it is such an easy card to make. I love to use this as it always looks great and stands sturdy with all the 3d embellishments. I especially like it because it gives me enough room to play...lol.
I hope you take the time to give it a go and give me some feed back on it. 
Have a scrappy inky time with it.
If you have come here from Heartfelt Creations blog, you will know next week we have the new release....called Festive Holly. This is a great collection for winter scenes...if it's chilly over your way....well the collection will fit right in. 
One more day to go before I can share my exciting news....can't wait...
Till then scrappy inky hugs from me to you.
OXO
Sussipoppins

8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card and I love the special fold!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful!! Lovely flowers!! Hugs!

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  3. Absolutely beautiful!! Lovely flowers, always been a fan of your buds.

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  4. Wow...this is so beautiful Susan! Love your gorgeous flowers!

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  5. Sussi, this is so elegant. I love the soft shades of green and pink with all that elegant cream and gold. You are such a master at using embossing powders to create an elegant finish. Just love this! Big hugs!

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  6. Very pretty and amazing flowers!

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