Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Heartfelt Creations New Release - Sweet Juliet

We are pleased to introduce the Sweet Juliet Collection. This collection is inspired by the beauty of ancient rooms locked away and laden with antique treasures. These rooms are filled with yellow candlelight and dusty vases. Crinkly letters lay scattered around, turning crisp and fading more every day. A postcard lays covered in thick dust, forgotten in a dark corner. Wildflowers lay around, as crisp and crinkled as the beautiful wallpapers. Using these detailed floral and typographical stamps, complemented by black, gold and burgundy papers will enable you to create an outstanding classical creation.
Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by October 15th and you will be eligible to win the entire collection valued at $150.

Heartfelt Creations Products:
HCPC 3566 Beautiful Juliet PreCut Set
HCPC 3563 Post Card PreCut Set
HCPC 3499 Delicate Asters and Butterflies PreCut Set
HCD 740  Sweet Juliet Die
HCD  739 Banner and Trees Die
Spellbinders Les Papillions  Die
HCDP1 237 Antiquity Paper Collection
3D Metallic Stamp Paint
WorldWin Cardstock
Watercolor Crayons
May Arts Ribbon
Want2Scrap Pearls
Embossing Powder
Clearsnap Ink
Xyron Mega Runner, Creatopia

Stamp the post card image on the patterned paper with watermark ink and heat emboss with embossing powder. Use watercolor crayons to add color to the floral image and blend with a water brush.  Distress the edges of the paper, creating a couple of torn flaps.  Adhere a piece of the lace tree die cut behind the opening. Stamp and cut the butterfly with the matching die - add color using the 3D stamp paint.  Stamp the sentiment with watermark ink and heat emboss.  Use a watermark pen to extend the lines of the stamp to fit the width of the card, and heat emboss.  Fussy cut and apply to card with foam adhesives.  Create a Sweet Juliet flower using 2 layers of the large die.  Assemble with a jeweled brad.  Glue a ribbon behind the flower and add to sentiment.


Unknown said...

Beautiful. I love all the distressing.

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Very pretty, Gini! Love the bow beneath the posy!

Renata said...