Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Hi, it's inspiration Wednesday again..

..this time it's a LO. Have fun

Heartfelt Creations Products and Products carried On Their Website: 

HCDP1-2120  Home On The Farm paper collection

HCPC-3925  Home On The Farm cling stamp set

HCD1-7316  Home On The Farm die set

HCPC-3926  Happy Medows cling stamp set

HCD1-7317  Happy Medows die set

HCPC-3927  Barn Yard Accents cling stamp set

HCD1-7318  Barn Yard Accents die set

HCPC-3626  Classic Sunflower cling stamp

HCD1-753  Classic Sunflower die

HCPC-3936  Ornate Just For You cling stamp set

HCD1-7321  Ornate Just For You die set

 RACP451  Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Coffee

RACP531  Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Vivid Chartreuse

DDOTS  3D Double Sided Circle Foam Dots 

DDC08 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive

HCPP1-475 Deluxe Flower Shaping paper pack of 50-white

RAHT Heat It Craft Tool



Inks: Spectrum Noir Harmony-Honey Pot. Derwent Intense 72 water color pencils- Antique White-2300, Willow-1900, Red Oxide-1910Mustard-1700, Chili Red-0500, Sea Blue-1200, Sienna Gold-0240Saddle Brown-1740Felt Green-1530Gold-0240Golden Yellow-0230Carmine Pink-0520Chinese Ink-2030, Stilton Yellow-0220, Sepia Ink-2010, Burnt Orange 0260. Other: Fine sanding paper, Double sided tape, 3D double sided foam tape, Diamond stickles, Fussy cutting scissors, Foam inking tool, White stamping card stock, Misti stamping tool, Versa-mark, Clear embossing powder, Card board ( used cereal box) Cardboard (pizza box) Micro beads: black, brown and gold.

INSTRUCTIONS: This Lay-out is 12” x 12”

Taking the pizza cardboard, cut this as a base for the lay-out. 12” x 12”.  Find the sheet 11b and sheet 2b in the paper collection. Trim the white strip off both papers and trim the sheet 2b so it will be 1/4 inch smaller than the sheet 11b. Cut sheet 11b at 7 1/2 inches so the flower pattern can be placed together as seen in the photo. Ink all the edges with the Vivid Chartreuse ink and foam inking tool. Adhere the sheet 11b to the pizza card base using double sided tape. Adhere the sheet 2b to this, using the double sided 3D foam tape, but leaving the edges so they can be curled and rolled up. (about 2 inches on both sides) You have now made your lay-out base.

 To make the embellishments, stamp with the coffee ink, bring color to the stamped images then die cut all the images you need for the decorating. Here is the coloring list:

Chickens: Chinese Ink-2030, Mustard-1700, Stilton Yellow-0220, Chili Red-0500, Burnt Orange 0260, Sienna Gold-0240, Sepia Ink-2010.

Roaster: Felt Green-1530, Chili Red-0500, Sea Blue-1200 ,Chili Red-0500, Golden Yellow-0230.

Fence: Saddle Brown-1740, Felt Green-1530, Gold-0240, Chili Red-0500.

Goats: Antique White-2300, Willow-1900, Red Oxide-1910.

Dog: Carmine Pink-0520, Chinese Ink-2030.

Hay bales: Mustard-1700.

Wheat: Mustard-1700.

Flowers: Carmine Pink-0520, Felt Green-1530.

Sunflowers: Felt Green-1530 Golden Yellow-0230.

Barn: Chili Red-0500, Sea Blue-1200, Sienna Gold-0240.

Mice: Saddle Brown-1740, Carmine Pink-0520.

Using the dies to cut extra shapes from the cereal card board for the stamped images and adhere the layers together to make chipboard images. The flowers, sunflowers, wheat and two hay bales are not layered as these are used in the background of the lay-out.

Cut the photo so it will fit in the barn. The barn is used as a matting for the photo. Cut a few layers of pizza box to fit the photo. Adhere together then sand the edges of the photo. Adhere the photo to the barn then the barn to the lay-out base. Arrange the flowers and sunflowers and adhere across the lay-out. Arrange the rest of the chipboard images and adhere in place. Dot clear drying adhesive under and around the chickens for the seeds. Sprinkle the micro beads onto the adhesive and leave to dry. Shake the excess micro beads away into the trash bin or a jar for another project. To make the sentiment, stamp this with the coffee ink onto the white card stock then stamp with the versa-mark  using the misti stamping tool, sprinkle with the clear embossing powder and set with the heat it tool. Using the matching die, for the sentiment, die cut the sentiment. Use the vivid Chartreuse ink to bring color to the sentiment then bring another ink layer using the Honey pot ink. Adhere the sentiment to the lay-out using the 3D circle foam dots under the barn. To finish the project off, apply a little diamond stickles to the flowers and sunflower centers

I love this brings memories of when I was down on the farm....

Till next week, have some scrappy fun.

Inky hugs.

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