Monday, May 25, 2020

Hi..inspiration for you today from Heartfelt Creations...

with a card made with the....

Heartfelt Creations products and products carried by Heartfelt Creations used in this project:
HCDP1-2115 Cascading Petals Paper Collection
HCPC-3912 Cascading Wisteria cling stamp set
HCD1-7296 Cascading Wisteria die set
HCPC-3913 Floral Song cling stamp set
HCD1-7297 Floral Song die set
HCPC-3845 Just For You Sentiments cling stamp set (You are so thoughtful)
409311 Color In Watercolor Brush-Fine
159723 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
352854 Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles.
3D184 Crystal Lacquer 4 oz4 3-D
HCDA2-450 Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30
Flower Shaping Tool Kit
RACP505   Ranger Archival Ink Pad -Sepia  
RACP475   Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Library Green
359848 Spellbinders Tool N’ One
368771 Score-Tool
DMCT4185 Groove Golf Tool Set
173842 Score-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board

Fussy cutting scissors, Hot glue gun, Versamark, Inks: Spectrum Noir- Pale fig. Creative Artist water colour box (a local brand of water colour blocks). Double sided 3D foam tape, double sided tape. Organza ribbon (white), Diamond stickles, inking tools White cardstock.

 This card measures 8 ½” x 6 ¾” (21cm x 17.5cm) when completed.
Taking the white card stock make a tent fold card by cutting 2 of the above measurements. Scoring from the top the width of one of the  cards, this will be the back part of the card base. Adhere the double side tape to this area. When the card is completed remove the protection tape and adhere both card pieces together. You can make a larger card this way without wasting a lot of card stock.
Find the sheet number 6A in the paper collection and cut this a little smaller than the card front. Taking the Pale fig ink and the inking tool, ink all the edges of the card front and the card base. Adhere the card front to the card base using 3D foam tape.
Taking the ribbon cut enough to wrap around the card front at the foot. Adhere with double sided tape. Make a triple bow and adhere this with the hot glue gun to the right of the card.
Taking the white card stock , Library green ink, the stamp and dies  needed to make all the elements for this card, proceed by making both the birds, 1x the branch with lots of wisteria’s 1x the branch without wisteria’s, 2x the branch with 3 wisteria’s. Bring colour to the elements then die cut and shape them using the flower shaping tools. Trim the branches as needed with the fussy cutting scissors to fit the arrangement across the top of the card.
a curl then adhere them under the bird, adhere the banner points so the curve stays in the banner. Make the sentiment by stamping it twice using the sepia ink on white cardstock. Trim the sentiment in two then make them both into banners. Ink the banners with the Pale fig ink. Adhere the birds in place trimming the flowers where needed and adhering them as fillers. Adhere the bird facing to the right to the left of the card on top of the ribbon. Give the banners
To finish the card, apply the crystal clear to the birds and the diamond stickles to the flower centres  and wisteria bunches.

....all tied up with a adorable collection.....
and that I love wisteria's has nothing to do with it. at

 Today we got the keys to our new home....I am so excited. Quess what I am going to plant...???
I wonder...
Till next time scrappy inky hugs

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