Wednesday, May 27, 2020

*Inspiration Wednesday with Heartfelt Creations 'Cascading Petals' collection

One word....adorable!


Heartfelt Creations products and products carried by Heartfelt Creations used in this project:
HCDP1-2115 Cascading Petals Paper Collection
HCPC-3911 Wisteria Petals cling stamp set
HCD1-7295 Wisteria Petals die set
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
HCD1-7298 Decorative Cage die set
HCD1-762 Eyelet Hearts die set
HCD1- 779 Regal Borders-Pockets die set
HCD1- 7203 Ornamental Tags (shield & Tag)
HCD1-7202 Album Tags and Accents die set (photo plate)
85-glitter Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter ½ oz.
409311 Color In Watercolor Brush-Fine
159723 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
352854 Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles.
HCDA2-450 Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30
Hydra sponge
Flower Shaping Tool Kit
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

OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
Fussy cutting scissors, Hot glue gun, Inks: Spectrum Noir- Pale fig, Pine tree, Crushed velvet, Spring meadow, Grasshopper. Creative Artist water colour box (a local brand of water colour blocks). Double sided 3D foam tape, double sided tape. Diamond stickles, inking tools White card stock, Inking tools. Prima Marketing ½ Pearls



INSTRUCTIONS:
This mini book measures 5 “ x 6 ¼” (12.5cm x 16cm)-
Taking the whit cardstock and the cage die cut 9x the cage background. Cut also hinges for each page. To do this cut strips of card 4” x 1”. Make a fold at ½” along the long edge. Apply double sides tape to the cage base edges. Adhere the cage base to the hinge one for one. Trim to the shape of the cage bottom as you go. Find the design paper you would like to use for this mini book from the collection and die cut enough to cover all the pages. Taking the Green ink and inking tool, ink all the edges of the die cuts. Adhere the design paper cuts to the book pages. Taking the Pocket dies and the white cardstock cut enough for the pages wanted. Ink the borders with the green ink. When adhering in place, apply clear drying glue only to the sides and bottom edge so you will get a pocket.  Use this same method when adhering the bird in place so you get a pocket to slip a tag behind the bird.
Taking the design paper, white cardstock and the tag die, cut enough so you have two tags for each pocket made.
The shield die is used for the matting and the inner de is used for the photos. The picture tag plate is placed for the journaling in the mini book. Adhere the ½ pearls to each side of the plate.
To decorate the book front, take the white cardstock and the inner lace cage die. Die cut 1x. Bring color to this using the green ink and inking tool. Apply clear drying glue using the hydra sponge. Dip or sprinkle glitter over this and leave to dry. When dry, adhere to the book front. Die cut a heart from the Eyelet heart die set that fits with the wisteria heart stamps. Color this with the Pale fig and Crushed velvet inks. Adhere to the cage front. Make the wisteria hearts, apply the glue to the wisteria flowers then dip into the glitter. When this is dry adhere  to the heart on the book front.
To decorate the book pages, make elements from the collection and adhere across the page so the leaves peek out. Birds x3, Wisteria heart sets x3, Heart X1, Wisteria branch x3, Branch x1, Tags x8, shield for photos x4, journaling photo plates x 4.



















 That was alot!
I needed to show you how the book was made from the inside. I hooe you had fun veiwing this. I am off to unpack at my new house today....getting all the wiring done is first on the list....internet and all.
Have a happy scrappy week Inky hugs, Susan
XXXX

Monday, May 25, 2020

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


with a card made with the....
CASACADING PETALS collection


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

OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
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.


INSTRUCTIONS:
 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 bow...an adorable collection.....
and that I love wisteria's has nothing to do with it. at all...lol.


 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

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

It's inspiration Wednesday for Heartfelt Creations with a brand new exciting collection....

"Cascading Petals" 



 “For my friend” 

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
HCD1-7298 Decorative Cage die set
HCPC-3845 Just For You Sentiments cling stamp set (Hey it’s your …& For my friend)
85-glitter Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter ½ oz.
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
RCHS100 Hydra sponges
Flower Shaping Tool Kit
DDOTS Double Dots 100pc.-3D foam circles
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

OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
Fussy cutting scissors, Hot glue gun, Inks: Spectrum Noir- Pale fig, Pine tree, Spring meadow. Creative Artist water colour box (a local brand of water colour blocks). Double sided 3D foam tape, double sided tape. Diamond stickles, Inking tools White card stock,


INSTRUCTIONS:
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 3A in the paper collection and cut this a little smaller than the card front. Taking the Grasshopper ink and inking tool, ink all the edges of the card front and card base. Taking the sepia ink and the sentiment stamps used for this card, stamp to the left of the card front. Adhere the card front to the card base using 3D foam tape.
Taking the white card stock , Library green ink, the stamp and dies  needed to make all the elements for this card, proceed by making 4x the branch with 2 wisteria’s hanging, 2x the branch with 3 wisteria’s hanging, 1x the larger wisteria branch and 1x the branch without wisteria’s. 1x the bird facing to the left and die cut 5x the cage.
Bring colour to the elements and shaping the leaves and wisteria’s by using the flower shaping tools.Taking the grasshopper ink and inking tool, bring the colour to one of the cages. Adhere all the cages together. Using the hydra sponge apply clear drying glue to the cage then sprinkle glitter over it. When dry adhere to the card front.
Arrange the flowers and leaves along the top of the cage, trimming the flower from the bird away and using it to the left of the cage. Adhere the bird in the leaves to the right of the arrangement. When all is secured apply the clear crystal to the bird and the diamond stickles to the flower tops.



An adorable collection. I love the new birds, larger than the ones we all ready have....and what do you think about the wisteria?...wonderful!
Enjoy.


Wednesday, May 6, 2020

It's Heartfelt Creations inspiration Wednesday with...

...a special day card.




HEARTFELT CREATIONS PRODUCTS USED FOR THIS PROJECT:
85-glitter Crystal Ultrafine transparent Glitter
OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
White stamping card stock, Spectrum Noir Harmony ink- Baby Blue, Olive green, Honey pot. Misti stamping tool, Foam inking tool, 3D double sided tape, 3D foam double sided tape. Hot Glue gun.



INSTRUCTIONS:
This card goes with the card box that measures 5 ½” x 7 ½”. Make a card base using the white cardstock so it will fit into the box with out it being too tight. 5 ¼” x 7 ¼”. Taking the paper from the collection, sheet 6B. Cut this a little smaller than the card base for your card front. With the baby blue ink, ink the edges of the card base and the card front. Adhere together. Taking the white card stock and the Decorative Circle Frames die set die cut the outer frame and the scalloped edged circle frame. Taking the baby blue ink and the inking tool, ink the edges of both frames. Adhere the frames to the card base using the 3D foam dots or tape.
To make all the embellishments for this card: Taking the sentiment stamp, stamp the sentiment using the sepia ink. Trim the card stock to a banner then ink the edges with Olive green, put aside for later. Taking the white cardstock, the stamp and dies for the bike, also for the flowers and leaves. (the flowers and leaves are stamped with the library green ink) Stamp and colour one bike but die cut x5 extra bikes so you can layer these. The colours used  for the bike are: Light Blue 036, Light Grey 091, and Beige 072. For the flowers and leaves, stamp, colour and die cut: x5 leaves, small sized flowers and x4 larger sized flowers.  The colours used for the flowers are: Baby blue, Honey pot The leaves: Olive green

To make the leaves and flowers: To bring shape to the leaves and flowers run these through the machine using the matching 3D  shaping molds listed. The flowers have two layers. Make a hole in the flower centre using the sharp end of the golf flower shaping tool. Cut the stamens in half and thread x5 in the smaller flower centre and secure the stamen ends at the back with the hot glue gun. Do the same to the larger flower but using x9 stamens for this. Once the hot glue has cooled apply a little clear drying glue to the petals with the aid of a hydra sponge. Dip the flowers into the glitter and out aside to dry. Do the same with the leaves. Once the glue has dried you can tap the flower and leaves to loosen any excess glitter.  Trim away the ends of the stamens and apply the hot glue to this so they will be secure. Now they are ready to adhere to the card front.
Adhere the bike to the card front using 3D foam dots and clear drying glue. Adhere x3 flowers to the back of the bike. Arrange the remaining 4 flowers  and the leaves to the right of the lace circle frame. Taking the banner, make a  curve in the banner then adhere in place.




I love this bike with the wild rose flowers. There is so much one can do with this collection. Have fun with it.
This was such a fun card to make....so much so that I have a box to match coming up in a few weeks time....but, first my big move.


My moving uopdate:

Tomorrow is D day.
I already have a packer here to pack all the delicate treasures...like glass crafting plates (already packed but letting him double pack it) the rest of the house is already in boxes. My craft product was the first to be packed....no one else was allowed to touch it as I need to know it is all safe. I have taken photos...so I have proef....lol.
I will say I am still laughing but it is pretty heavey stuff, moving. This too will pass. Frans and I are still together ...lol..moving house being a high stress level and all. He has moved only 3 times in his life...me...it's a way of life. I have moved countries so I know all about it. I can't wait to put roots down in our new house




Wednesday, April 29, 2020

This inspiration Wednesday has lots of sparkle with it....have fun.

  Hi, this Wednesday is all wrapped up with flowers and glitter..."Lets celebrate you"



                        HEARTFELT CREATIONS PRODUCTS USED FOR THIS PROJECT:


OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
White stamping card stock, Spectrum Noir Harmony ink- Olive, Pine Tree, Green  Topaz and yellow, Misti stamping tool, Foam inking tool, 3D double sided tape, 3D foam double sided tape. Hot Glue gun, Yellow card stock, Cream organza ribbon.


This box when made measures: 1” deep x 5 ½” hight x 7 ½ “ width
To make the box base: Taking the yellow card stock and cut the base to 9 ½” x 7 ½”. On the 7 ½” side make a fold at 1” and a fold at 6  ½”. At the 9 ½” side make a fold at 1” and a fold line at 8 ½”.Taking the yellow cardstock and cut the lid to 9 ¾” x 7 ¾”. On the 7 ¾” side make a fold at 1” and a fold at 6 ¾”. At the 9 ¾” side make a fold at 1” and a fold at 8 ¾”.On the longer sides of the lid and bottom box cut into the corners, fold all fold lines and adhere to form a box and lid.
To decorate the box top: Taking sheet 2B from the paper collection and cut this a little smaller than the box lid. Ink the edges with the Green Topaz ink and the inking tool. Adhere this to the box lid.
Taking the gold cardstock and the white stamping cardstock, cut the lace frames using the Elaborate Oval  frames die set. Cutting the frame background first out of the gold cardstock then alternating with the white stamping card, cut the layers out. Ink the white card stock frame edges with the green topaz ink. Taking the sepia archival ink, stamp the sentiment to the last lace frame.  Apply to the white card stock frame edges clear drying glue with the aid of the hydra sponge. Dip the edges with glue on it in the glitter. Set aside to dry. When dry tap any lose glitter away then adhere all the layers to the box lid using 3D foam tape and clear drying glue.
Make the flowers and leaves by using both the large and small stamp and die sets. Use the library green ink for the stamping. The flowers are coloured with the yellow ink and the leaves with the green inks.  In total there are 13 leaves, 2 large flowers, 4 med sized flowers and 3 small sized flowers. Bring shape to the leaves and flowers by using the matching molds and the deluxe flower shaping kit. The flowers have two layers. The flower centres are made by pricking a hole in the centres by using the sharp end of the golf tools. Cut the stamens in half and thread through the hole then secure the stamen ends using the hot glue gun. Apply clear drying glue to the leaf ends and the flower petals then dip then into the glitter. Put aside to dry. When dry tap away any lose excess glitter. Trim away the stamen tails behind the flower ready to glue down to the box front. Arrange the cluster of flowers and leaves, adhere in place with the hot glue gun or clear drying glue. To finish the project, make a triple bow from the organza ribbon and adhere to the left side of the box using the hot glue gun.





If you love glitter and all that goes with it....this one is for you.
The new release dies are perfect for decorating your card backgrounds or crafting projects.
Till next week....have scrappy fun.
Glittery, sparkly inky hugs....Susan

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

This inspiration Wednesday is about making a box.....

....to stash away your treasures or to give a treasured gift.
These wonderful new background dies a perfect for this....thank you Heartfelt creations for making available these adorable lace backgrounds...



HEARTFELT CREATIONS PRODUCTS USED FOR THIS PROJECT:

HCDP1-2114 French Cottage paper collection
HCGP1-488 Luxe Gold card stock
HCFB1-487 Wild Rose Shaping Mold Large
HCFB1-486 Wild Rose Shaping Mold Small
HCPC-3907 Large Wild Rose cling stamp set
HCD1-7290 Large Wild Rose die set
HCPC-3906 Small Wild Rose cling stamp set
HCD1-7289 Small Wild Rose die set
HCPC-3910 Lifestyle cling stamp set
HCPC-3845 JUST For You Sentiments cling stamp set
RACP505 Ranger Archival ink Sepia
RACP475 Ranger Archival ink Library Green,
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
RAHT Heat It Craft Tool
DDC08 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive refill
ANC818-Go Man Go Prills

OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
White stamping card stock, Spectrum Noir Harmony ink- Honey Pot, Misti stamping tool, Foam inking tool, 3D double sided tape, 3D foam double sided tape. Hot Glue gun, Yellow card stock, Diamond stickles


INSTRUCTIONS:
This box when made measures: 1” deep x 5 ½” hight x 7 ½ “ width
To make the box base: Taking the yellow card stock and cut the base to 9 ½” x 7 ½”. On the 7 ½” side make a fold at 1” and a fold at 6  ½”. At the 9 ½” side make a fold at 1” and a fold line at 8 ½”.Taking the yellow cardstock and cut the lid to 9 ¾” x 7 ¾”. On the 7 ¾” side make a fold at 1” and a fold at 6 ¾”. At the 9 ¾” side make a fold at 1” and a fold at 8 ¾”.On the longer sides of the lid and bottom box cut into the corners, fold all fold lines and adhere to form a box and lid.
To decorate the box top: Taking sheet 12B from the paper collection cut this a little smaller than the box lid. Ink the edges with the Honey Pot ink and the inking tool. Adhere to the box lid.
Taking the gold cardstock and the white stamping card cut the lace frames using the Royal Elegance Frames die set. Cutting the frame background first out of the gold cardstock then alternating with the white stamping card, cut the layers out. Ink the white card stock frames with the honey pot ink and stamp with the same ink the edges using the flower cluster stamp from the Lifestyle cling stamp set. Taking the sepia archival ink, stamp the sentiment to the last oval frame. Adhere all the layers to the box lid using 3D foam tape and clear drying glue.

Make the flowers and leaves by using both the large and small stamp and die sets. Use the library green ink for the stamping. The flowers have two layers. Both flowers are stamped using the largest flower of the stamp sets. The centres are filled with the prills or you can use small beads. Apply a thick layer of clear drying glue to the centres  then sprinkle the beads or prills, set aside to dry then tap away any lose beads or prills. Six leaves are used for this arrangement. Arrange and cluster the flowers and leaves, adhere in place with the hot glue gun or clear drying glue. To finish your project apply the diamond stickles to the leaf and flower petals.


Was this not fun.... or was this fun! 
I am planning more of this to come. Matching cards and boxes...Oh what fun.

A little tittle tat note: I have not been so active of late, the reason being....I am moving. Yes I am moving house. I will be moveing May 8th...well actually I will be moving twice...yes you got it right. Twice. 1st to Beekbergen, our hoiladay home.  This move will be for 4 weeks then moving again to a permanent location in Ugchelen. Now where on earth is this place.  I now live in Heemstede, which is about 30 min from Amsterdam and are moveing to the middle of Holland to the provincie of Apledoorn. Which is about 1 1/2 hours drive from Heemstede. Ugchelen is about 19-20 min to Apeldoorn city center...very exciting. The house we have bought is almost in the bush....well you feel like it is when you are in the back yard. So we will be woken up each morning by the robbins and all that goes with the bush. I think I will become an out doors kinda gal....lol.
Boy am I glad the packing is almost done! I think 2 truck loads plus trailers....thats alot of craft product in those boxes...lol. ( you pack up all your craft stuff and see how much you have...and it's all needed!) Because of the packing I have not had time to get cabin fever due to the stay at home rule here..... the carona virus. Pretty scarry as my Frans is a high risk person and me?...I'm always high risk...lol. My heart goes out to all those that have lost someone dear and to those in the care secture. I will say I am glad we dont have a complete lock down though as if it was, we would not have been able to seel the house and be moving. We are being very carefull and taking all into account what is needed to be  done to keep safe.
I will keep you updated on the journey and try to get some photos up for you.

Have a scrappy one and inky hugs.
Susan

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

April 8th is the date for a new collection release from Heartfelt Creations!

...and it is a wowzer!
It's called the 'French Cottage Collection'
...all that is good and yummy.


 “Im Thinking Of You” 

HEARTFELT CREATIONS PRODUCTS USED FOR THIS PROJECT:
HCDP1-2114 French Cottage paper collection
HCFB1-487 Wild Rose Shaping Mold Small
HCFB1-647 Cherry Blossom 3D flower shaping mold
HCPC-3908 French Doorway cling stamp set
HCD1-7292 French doorway die set
HCPC-3909 French Cottage ‘Scape cling stamp set
HCD1-7293 French Cottage ‘Scape cling die set
HCPC-3910 Cottage Lifestyle cling stamp set
HCD1-7293 Cottage Lifestyle die set
HCPC-3844 FOR My Friend Sentiment cling stamp set
HCS1-458-2 Bright Pearl-med (blue)
RACP505 Ranger Archival ink Sepia
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
RAHT Heat It Craft Tool
359760 Gold Embossing Powder
DMCT4185 Groove Golf Tool set
DDC08 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive refill
478455 Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
White stamping card, White card stock. Spectrum Nior Harmony ink- Silent Night,  Misti stamping tool, Foam inking tool, 3D double sided tape, 3D foam double sided tape. Hot Glue gun, Versa-mark. Fussy cutting scissors, sharp cutting blade knife, Diamond stickles..


INSTRUCTIONS:
This card measures 8 ½’ x 6 ½” (22.7cm x16.5cm)
Make a tent fold card to the above measurements. Find the design paper sheet 4B, cut this a little smaller than the card base. Ink the edges of the card base and the design paper with the  Silent Night ink. Adhere the design paper to the card front. Taking the white stamping card cut  5 ¾” x  5 ½” for the door front.
Taking the white stamping cardstock, the versa-mark the gold embossing powder and the French Cottage collection of stamps and dies then stamp and emboss the  following. The French door x2 (1 on the pre-cut stamping card and 1 for only the door) the tree in the pot x2, the  flower cluster x4, the terracotta flower pots x 3, the leaf vine x 2, the small flowers x 11(single layer), the larger flower x 12 (double layer)
Using the Zig markers apply the blue color to the 2 doors. Apply the grey to the bricks, brown and green to the flower pots. Pink and green to the flower clusters The same green to the leaf vines. Apply the pink color to all the flowers. Use the flower molds to bring shape to the flowers.
To make the flower centers:Taking the stemens, cut these in ½. The small flower has 1 To make the flowers, first taking the finest golf tool and prik a hole in the centre of all the flowers. One  stemen for each flower and the larger flower has 3 stemens. Secure the stemens with the hot glue gun shaping the flower as the glue cools.
Taking the fussy cutting scissors or a sharp cutting blade knife, cut from the door hinge to under the door at the left side of the stamped image. For the remaining door use the die to cut this out. Adhere the doors together so when the door is opened you will not see any white card stock.
Adhere the stamped door piece to the card front using double sided 3D foam tape. Make a banner with the “just wanted you to know” sentiment, ink the edges with the silent night ink. Do the same for the I’m thinking of you” sentiment. Adhere the sentiment to the paper under the door hinge and to the bricks so the door will not close. Arrange and adhere all the embellishments to the card front. Make a curl in the sentiment banner then adhere to the foot of the card front. To finish the card, apply the stickles to the flowers.


...and this is only the start...this collection has so much to offer.
You just wait and see. Till then have lots and lots of scrappy days, inky hugs.
OXO




Wednesday, April 1, 2020

It's Heartfelt Creations inspiration Wednesday again...

this week , I've got it all wrapped up...and no wrapping paper this time...lol




Heartfelt Creations product and other product carried bt Heartfelt Creations on their website:

HCDP1-2113 Wild Rose paper collection
HCFB1-487 Wild Rose 3D Shaping Mold-large
HCPC-3907 Large Wild Rose cling stamp set
HCD1-7290 Large Wild Rose die set
DMCT4185 Grove Golf Tool Set
HCFB1-464 3D Floral Basics Shaping Tool Kit
RACP475 Ranger Archival ink-Library Green
RACP499 Ranger Archival ink-Plum
RACP436 Ranger Archival Ink-Leaf Green
RACP649 Ranger Archival Ink-Pink Peony
RACP005 Ranger Archival Ink-Sunflower
85-Glitter Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter
159723 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive 
HCDA1-449 Stack and Store Daubers pack of 6
HCST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit


OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
Inks: Ranger Archival ink-Venetian Orange, White card stock, Scissors, Green organza ribbon, Hot glue gun, Double sided tape, Empty perfume box or such like, Diamond dust.



INSTRUCTIONS:
This project measures the size of the gift in a box you have. This project is wrapping a gift with out the wrapping, you are decorating the box of the gift. This box is a empty perfume box I had but you can use what ever you have or want to give.
To make the flowers and leaves: Taking the white card stock and the library green ink, stamp the leaves and two of each of the two wild rose from the large Wild Rose set, color these with the Pink Peony and the centers with the Venetian Orange. The out side is highlighted with concentrated Plum. Two layers of two sizes are used to make the flowers. The centers are filled with clear drying glue then diamond dust is sprinkled over the glue. The yellow from the inked centers will show through once the glue has dried. Set aside to dry. The leaves are colored using the Leaf green and Library green inks. The large flower shaping mold is used to bring shape to the leaves and flower petals.
To decorate the box: Taking the box, measure the box on all sides. The lid and base, the sides and front and back. Write the measurements down then make them all a little smaller so you have the box showing on the sides of the design paper. For this box I chose the design paper with a flower boarder from the Wild Rose paper collection. Cut the paper to the measurements so the boarder shall be at the foot of the box. The edges are inked  with the archival ink, plum. Adhere the paper pieces to the box using double sided tape. Taking the green organza ribbon, wrap around the box and adhere with the hot glue gun. Make a organza ribbon ½ bow by folding the ribbon three times, each fold a little shorter than each other. Adhere with a dot of hot glue. Make two ribbon ½ bows. Make the flowers and leaves. Arrange on the ribbon  line around the box the flowers and leaves, adhere this with the hot glue gun. To finish the project adhere the ½ bows each side of the arrangement.



















Enjoy some details of the wildroses.


 Till next week....inky hugs...and have a scrappy week.
OXO