Friday, August 16, 2013

Don't Follow Your Dreams, Chase Them

I thought this hot air balloon stamp was so cool, when I saw it from Viva Las VegaStamps! and knew I had to have it.

This is a super easy fold card, but I think it's really nice for a more masculine type card.

Cut your paper 6 x 12 and score at 3" and 6".  That's it!

Add a die cut frame to the front panel for your sentiment, and decorate how you like.

Stamps: VLVS
Scoring tool: Scor-Pal
Patterned Paper: CTMH

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Heartfelt Creations New Release - Christmas Card Collection

We are pleased to present the Christmas Card Collection. The Christmas Card paper pad has 76 card fronts that will enable you to create quick and easy Christmas cards that are embellished or simple- you pick! This paper pack is a fantastic solution for getting the most beautiful cards for the least amount of time. If you don’t need one side, flip it over and use the other side! The coloring is done for you. There are many panels for utmost variety and the best  selection. The stamps and dies released with this collection are absolutely festive and ornamental. The gorgeous type and frames will help you create the most beautiful Christmas project your friends have ever seen!
Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by August 20th to be eligible to win the entire collection.

Heartfelt Creations Products
Christmas Card Collection HCDP1
Love At Christmas PreCut Set HCPC 3554
Ornamental Add On Die
May Arts Ribbon QM16
WorldWin Cardstock
Want2Scrap Pearls
ColorBox Dye Ink - Raspberry
 Xyron Mega Runner and Creatopia

Stamp the wreath flourish across the background paper using red ink.  Attach to a card base.  Cut a card front from the patterned paper, distress the edges, and wrap ribbon around the center.  Tie a bow to the side. Cut three decorative accents with the die set.  Use a matching card front to cut the circular sentiment.  Attach with foam adhesive.  Tuck the die cuts around the right side as shown.  Finish with pearls on the corner of the card. 

Monday, August 12, 2013

Save the Date

I created a wedding dress - as the focal point for this Save the Date card.  You could use this same idea for princess dresses, proms - all kinds of ways!  I added Xyron Magnet tape to the back so this could go on a refrigerator.
WorldWin Paper