Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Hi, today a new collection from Heartfelt Creations kick it off...

...a card 'Hope Your Day Is Amazing'

Heartfelt Creations products and product carried in their store used: 

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 3937 Elaborate Birthday cling stamp set

HCST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit 

RACP468 Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Black

RACP451 Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Coffee

RACP531 Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Vivid Chartreuse

RACP962 Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Fern Green

RACP451 Ranger Archival Ink Pad- Coffee

DDOTS Double Dots 100pc-3D

173842 Scor-pal Measuring and Scoring Board

Designer Clear Drying Adhesive


and Gold, Card board (used cereal boxes


Using the white card stock, make a tent fold card 6" x 6"  Finding the red design paper in the collection, 9b . Cut a matting a little smaller than the card front then adhere this to the card front using double sided 3D tape..

Find the design paper sheet 6a from the paper collection. Using the fussy cutting scissors, cut the printed half circle out from the paper. Cut a second matting from the same design paper also a little smaller than the first matting. Taking the sentiment stamp and the coffee ink, stamp the sentiment on the design paper and cut to size. Ink the edges of all three cut papers with the inking tool and the Vivid Chartreuse ink. Adhere the matting to the card front using 3D double sided foam tape. For the half circle and the sentiment, adhere to the matting of the card front using the 3D Double dots.

To make all the embellishments for this card, stamp with the coffee ink except the dog, this is done with the black ink. Two times the barn, three times the wheat, two times the sunflower, one chicken, one dog, one fence, two standing mice and three running mice. 

Color the stamped images using the color pencils listed: Chili Red 0500 (the barn), Stilton Yellow 0220 (The chickens) Sienna Gold 0240 (The chicken), Saddle Brown 1740 (The fence and mouse), Felt Green 1530 (The grass in the fence , the wheat/grasses and the sunflower leaves), Cadmium Orange 0250 ( The hinges on the fence), Golden Yellow 0230 (The sunflowers), Carmine Pink 0520 (The face of the mouse and dog).

Die cut all the images. Using the used cereal boxes, die cut three to four extra images to make chipboard from some of the images. The dog, the fence, the mice and the chicken. The Barn is adhered together so you have color on both sides, adhere this together then die cut the window and the door then you see the color when the door and window is opened. Adhere all the elements in place as seen in the card photo.

The sunflowers are made by taking the white card stock and stamping enough for the one large, two smaller flowers and two very small flowers. Two stamping of the stamp should be enough. Die cut the petals then bring shape to them with the shaping tool kit. Adhere the layers for the sunflowers, one being smaller than the other. Apply the clear drying adhesive to the flower centers then sprinkle the micro beads to form the flower centers. When dry arrange and adhere in place, the three larger to the left and the two smallest to the sunflowers that are stamped.

Such a fun collection....reminds me of younger days when I lived on a farm for a while.
Don't you just love the chickens and the mice? All fun stuff. It was wonderful to use an old faithful stamp and die set....the sunflower was one of my first in the design that is a blast from the past.....old but faithful and adorable.
Well....have lots of inky fun with this, till next time, keep safe and have scrappy fun.
Hugs to all.


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