Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Heartfelt Creations - Countryside Evening

Heartfelt Creations has created a delightful ‘Countryside Evening’ for you. There’s beautiful typography, countryside scenes, one awesome die, and 24 beautiful papers.This set is a beautiful choice for the beautiful moments. Get yours now at Leave a comment on the HC blog by January 15th and you will be eligible to win the entire release valued at $150.92 .

Heartfelt Creations Products:
HCPC 3514 - Floral Fence Precut Set
HCPC 3303 - Posy Patch Flowers PreCut Set
HCD 701 Posy Patch Die
HCD 729 Decorative Blossom Corner
 HCDP1 229 Countryside Evening Paper Collection
May Arts Silk Ribbon
Copic Markers: YG93, YG95, YG99, YG25, E70,E71, E74, E77

6x6 card

Cut a piece of blue patterned paper 5 7/8" x 5 7/8".  Cut the floral patterned paper 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" to layer over the top.  Die cut two of the smaller Decorative Blossom Corners and attach to opposite corners.  Stamp the fence and color with Copic markers.  Fussy cut the image.  Trace over the vines using Dries Clear Adhesive and sprinkle with Ultra Fine Glitter. Stamp a second fence image and color only the leaves. Fussy cut, shape and adhere with dimensional foam adhesives over the base fence. Stamp 11 Posy Patch flowers and cut with the coordinating die. Shape and glue on the fence, allowing some of the smaller base flowers to still show.  Add Stickles to the centers of the flowers.  Adhere the fence with dimensional foam. Stamp the sentiment and cut apart into separate words. Ink the edges with brown ink.  Glue to the card.  Add a ribbon bow.


Glenda said...

This is stunning. I love how you cut out the sentiment!

Olga said...

Beautiful, I agree with glenda, love the way you did the sentiment!

Sparkly Engineer said...

Really like this card and the way you used your sentiment.

Marisa Job said...

Such a gorgeous card! Love how you cut out the sentiment too!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Great way to use the sentiment!!

Candy said...

Very pretty color combo!

Love crafts forever said...

Really cool how you had used sentiment.
Hugs Nat