Wednesday, December 16, 2015

The coffee flavour this Wednesday from Heartfelt Creations...'Heavenly Sent'

A card with in a card, the card front sentiment 'Heavenly Sent'
Read on and you will find out how this fun card is made......

Heart felt Creations Products and Products Carried by Heartfelt Creations:

Other Products:
White card stock, Centura pearl snow white-hint of gold 300gm cards stock. Foam tape. 
Sentiment punch.  Double sided tape,
Ranger: watercolor brush, coffee and black Archival ink.  Faded jeans, Forest moss Ground espresso, and Walnut stain distress inks, Heat gun, Watercolor brush, Foam inking tool, 
Gold embossing powder. Stardust stickles

The videos below are great to watch for tips on making flowers etc. for this card and many others.
Video: Using the deluxe flower shaping kit
Video#1 Video#2 on making flowers
Video: Coffee Talk collection.

This hinged tent fold card when finished measures 19.9 cm x 14.5 cm
Using the 300gm card stock cut and prepare: 
For the hinged card base, the measurements above, the inside sentiment cut 6.0 cm x 12.0 cm, the lace band15.0 cm x 4.5 cm (this allows for the edge off cut)
Taking the blue card stock, cut 15.2 cm x 15.7 cm  (this allows for the edge cut off)
Taking the white card stock cut 21.0 cm x 13.0 cm.
Take the boarder die and place this on the 15.7 cm edge, die cut. Repeat on the other side. Adhere to the card base with double dots/ foam tape. Cut the lace boarder. Adhere 2.0 cm of both the ends to the card front, 4.3 cm from the blue lower edge.

You see how the border is placed across the card

(This is so you can slide the coffee mug in and out)

Make your inside sentiment.

Above photo shows the inside card sentiment.
 Stamp the sentiment and the bean image. With the foam-inking tool bring on the ink to the edges. Adhere to the center inside card.

To make the coffee mug, stamp and die cut the coffee mug. Bring on the color with the foam inking tool and the watercolor brush.  Make the coffee mug card base by folding the card stock in half. Place the die so you will keep the fold. Ink the edges of the mug inside and stamp the sentiment. Adhere the mug front to the mug card.

Make the roses from the 300gm card stock, stamping with the gold embossing powder. Color with the faded jeans ink. (The pearl sheen will show through the ink). Use the Flower Shaping kit to shape the roses and leaves.

Stamp and die cut the spoons. Die cut extra to make the spoons into chipboards. From the blue card stock make a few spring swirls.

Stamp the sentiment. ‘Heavenly Sent’ Punch out or cut to size.

Arrange and adhere the larger roses on the mug.

Slide the coffee mug card back, into the lace band.

Arrange the spoons, roses, buds and leaves so they become a stop for the card. Once you are happy with the arrangement, adhere into place. Add the swirl screws in place, then to finish the card, add the stickles to the blue pattern in the mug, roses and rose buds

If you give this a will fall in love with this. Such fun to make a card in a card. Fun to to give...also fun too receive.

Have a scrappy happy week,
Inky hugs sussipoppins oxoxox

Heartfelt Creations has lost a dear, talented  Design Team member. Penny O'Dell.
Penny past away this week. She will be missed by us and many in the craft world. A great loss to her husband and family.
I wish strength and send loving support to her dear husband, family and those close to her.

1 comment:

  1. Susan, another beautiful creation! Your flowers are stunning as always!