Wednesday, March 11, 2020

March 11th..Heartfelt Creations inspiration Wednesdaday with a new collection!...

...Wild Rose Collection...this is an adorable collection with a gift box and the timeless wildrose flower with a leaf. There is also a flower shaping mold to go with it...Heartfelt cReations sure know how to make our life Oh so sweet.

I am showing off today with a gift box, made with the adorable box die that comes with the collection.
                                                                'Treasured Gift Box'

Heartfelt Creations Products and Product carried By Heartfelt Creations On Their Website:

HCDP1-2113 Wild Rose paper collection
HCFB1-486 Wild Rose 3D Shaping Mold-small
HCFB1-487 Wild Rose 3D Shaping Mold-large
HCPC-3906 Small Wild Rose cling stamp set
HCD1-7289 Small Wild Rose die set
HCPC-3907 Large Wild Rose cling stamp set
HCD1-7290 Large Wild Rose die set
HCD1-7291 Treasured Heart Gift Box die set
HCS1-458-2 Stamens Bright Pearl-Med (red)
DMCT4185 Grove Golf Tool Set
HCFB1-464 3D Floral Basics Shaping Tool Kit
RACP475 Ranger Archival ink-Library Green
RACP436 Ranger Archival Ink-Leaf Green
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
RLHS100 Hydra Sponges

 White card stock, Scissors, White organza ribbon, Hot glue gun, Double sided tape, Diamond dust.

To make the Wild Roses and leaves: Taking white stamping card stock, library green archival ink stamp the leaves and flowers. 3x leaves, 18x small flowers, 1x med flower. Chose the color for the flowers, here is the Sunflower used. For the stamen centers, use the red stamens, clear drying glue and diamond dust or glitter. Apply glue to the stamen heads then dip into the diamond dust or glitter set aside to dry. Make one for each flower center, when dry make a whole in the flower center so the stamen can be threaded through. Secure the stamen to the flower using the hot glue gun. When the hot glue has cooled trim away the stamen threads ready to use on your project. The leaves are colored with the Leaf green ink. The flowers and leaves are shaped using the 3D shaping molds. Use the shaping tools to ball the flower centers so the petals stand higher.
Find the green printed paper from the wild rose paper collection. Taking the dies for the basic gift box, place the dies for the gift box so you will get 6 sides from the paper and 1 under piece. Taking the square cut out die and the white card stock, cut also 6 squares. Adhere double sided tape to the join flaps on each side.
Taking the die cut squares, using the leaf green archival ink and daubers, bring ink onto the squares. Apply clear drying glue to the square using the aid of a hydra foam sponge. Dip this into the glitter and put aside to dry. When dry adhere one to each of the sides of the gift box. Taking the premade wild flowers, adhere with the hot glue gun 3 wild roses to the center of the squares. Adhere each gift box sides together leaving one side still open. Adhere the gift sides to the base then closing the last box side. Using double sided tape and clear drying glue to do this.
Taking the green printed strip from the paper pad, you will be using both paper strips. Divide both the strips into 4. Trim the edges into a point so you can adhere together with out it being too thick. Adhere  both ends together with the glue gun or clear drying glue without making a fold in the paper-so it forms a bow. Arrange each piece so you have a four sided bow then make another to so you can adhere on top of this which makes a layered bow. Adhere the leaves and wild rose to the center of this bow.  Fold the gift box top so it forms a closing lid. To the last folded top piece adhere the bow to this so it will still open.

 Showing you a few detail shots of this box, enjoy.

You can see how the box opens.

This box can be used for any occation....just change the colors and add more flowers...thats an answer to any problem...just add more flowers...LOL

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


  1. Beautiful gift box Susan! I love how you created the bow!

  2. Lovely blog thanks for taking the time to share this.