...it's called 'Summers Garden' Totally adorable!
“For My Friend”
Heartfelt Creations products and products carried in their web store used for this project:
HCDP1-2119 Summers Garden paper collection
HCFB1-492 Small Zinnia 3D Shaping mold
HCFB1-491 Large Zinnia 3D Shaping Mold
HCPC-3923 Large Garden Zinnia cling
HCD1-7314 Large Garden Zinnia die
HCPC-3923 Small Garden Zinnia cling
HCD1-7315 Small Garden Zinnia die
HCD1-7307 Royal Elegance die
HCPC-3845 Just For You Sentiments cling
HCPP1-475Delux Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50-white
DMCT4185 Grove Gulf Tool Set
RACP451 Ranger Archival Ink Pad-Coffee
173842 Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board
159723 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
RLH5100 Hydra Sponges
OTHER PRODUCTS USED:
Inks: Harmony- Pale Fig, Chinese red. Misting ink: Lilac, yellow, green. Other: Double sided tape, White card stock, Hot glue gun,Silver card stock.
Make the card base by taking the white card stock, silver card stock and the Royal Elegance and using the outer die cut x2 from the white card stock and x1 from the silver card stock. Using the score-pal, make a fold across the top of one of the die cut white card stock fronts. Apply double sided tape to this then adhere the two card fronts together. Adhere the silver card stock front to the card front using double sided tape. This makes the tent fold card base.
Using the large lace frame from the Royal Elegance die set and the white card stock, cut a lace frame and bring color to this using the Pale fig ink and inking tool. Adhere this to the card front. Taking the silver card stock and the inner lace frame and oval die, cut a Frame. Adhere this to the card front.
To make the flowers, use the flower shaping paper pack, the Library Green ink, the stamps and matching dies. For each Zinnia cut x2 larger sized petals and x1 one size down. These are sprayed with a lilac mist. Bring shape to the petals by using the matching 3D molds. For the Zinnia centers stamp and die cut x5 smaller petals and spray these yellow. Curl each petal of three die cut flower petals using the golf flower shaping tool. Trim the centers away from the remaining die cut flower petals, curl these also. Adhere using the hot glue gun all the zinnia petals together to make two flowers then adhere the yellow centers to each flower, two centers for the larger flower and one for the smaller. Adhere the cut curled petals to the center of these centers to form the curly centers of the Zinnia flowers. Apply a little clear drying glue to the centers with a hydra sponge then dip into the glitter. Put aside to dry. Stamp and die cut x3 smaller leaves. Spray these with the green mist then bring shape to these using the 3D shaping molds. Adhere in place using the hot glue gun. Apply the Chinese Red ink to the ladybirds and adhere in place. Apply a little 3D crystal clear lacquer to the lady birds. For the sentiment, make a banner and ink the sides with the Pale Fig ink and stamp the sentiment using the coffee ink. Adhere the sentiment to the card front from behind the Zinnias.
Adorable!....A little more work to make the flowers but well worth it.
Wishing you a happy scrappy week ahead...happy inking.