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

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

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.

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.

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