Friday, November 26, 2021


Over at Heartfelt Creations, they have all the goodies and eye candy.
Today they have a Black Friday discount you can't be sure to check it out

Here is my card made with the must have new release dies.


This tent fold card measures 8 1/4“ x 5 3/4“ when completed.

Taking the white card stock to make the card base to the above measurements. Using the Vibrant Fuchsia  ink and a dauber, ink the edges of the card front base. Taking a piece of white card stock cut a matting a little smaller than the card base.  Adhere this to the card front with 3D foam tape or foam dots.

Find the design paper used for this card in the paper pad collection. Sheet 12B. Cut this also a little smaller than the new card front. Using the gold card stock and the corners found in the Simply Classic Oval Frame die set and die cut the four corners. Adhere these to the corners of the design paper then adhere this to the card front.

Using again the Simply Classic Oval Frame die set, the oval die, the design paper and the white card stock, die cut an oval shape from each then adhere them together. Now die cut the rest of the gold card stock elements used from this die set, the fancy oval and five leaf shapes. Also die cut from the gold card stock the Letters & Numbers die set, the words Thank You once each in the larger letter font. Die cut four layers for each letter in the white card stock. Adhere all together using the quick stick and the clear drying adhesive. Adhere the gold fancy oval frame to the design paper oval. Adhere this to the card front with 3D foam dots.

Using the white card stock, the sepia ink and the Vining Clematis Banner stamp and matching die, to make the banner. Use the water color brush, the Elderberry, Parakeet, Banan, and Pesto Green aqua pencils to color the banner. Using the deluxe shaping tools, bring shape to the vines and flowers. Make a curl in the banner by rolling this across your fingers, adhere the banner in place by using the foam dots in the banner centre and securing it at the ends to the oval with clear drying adhesive. Hold in place until the adhesive is dry.

Make the Clematis flowers by: Stamping, coloring and die cutting: three large petals and two smaller petals. Bring shape to the petals by using the collection 3D shaping mold. Use the pricking tool from the flower shaping set and make a hole in the petal centre, big enough to be able to get three folded stamens through it. Adhere in place by using the hot glue gun. When the hot glue is dry, trim off the excess stamen stems ready to use.

Adhere the clematises in place at each end of the banner. Cut in half the gold leaf shapes and adhere behind the flowers in pairs. Adhere with the hot glue gun. Adhere the sentiment to the banner by using the clear drying adhesive and the quick stick too

Heartfelt Creations Products and Product Sold On Their Web Site: HERE

HCDP1-2133  Floral Banner Paper Pad collection, 

HCPC-3970  Peony and Sunflower Banner cling, 

HCD1-7378  Peony and Sunflower Banner die

HCFB1-5009 3D Rustic Sunflower Shaping Mold

HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Frame die

HCD2-7371 Letters and Numbers die

HCST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit

HCPP1-475 Deluxe Flower Shaping Card Stock Paper Pad- White- 50

HCGP1-488 Deluxe Gold  Card Stock

HCDA1-449 Stack and Store Daubers- Packet of 6

Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, Metal tip for Adhesive Bottles, Hydra Sponges, Score-pal Measuring and scoring Board, Quick stick Tool, Glitter-Ultra Fine, Color In Water color brush-fine, Double sided 3D Foam Dots , Spellbinders Tool ‘N One, Ranger Archival Inks: Sepia, Library Green, Sunflower, Leaf Green, Red Geranium


Cream Organza Ribbon, Fussy cutting Scissors, Ruler, Black Sand, Pattern Making Tracing Tool, Foam Mat, Misti Stamping Tool, Double Sided 3D Foam Tape, Double Sided Tape, Hot Glue Gun, Ranger Archival Venation Orange ink.  


If you have visited the Heartfelt Creations shop and blog you would have seen all the goodies and inspiration there....need I say more?

Till next time....have a safe happy scrappy day

Inky hugs Sus


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