Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Welcome to Heartfelt Creations Wednesday!!

I think my title says it all!  This is my first post for my third term with the Heartfelt Creations design team and I am super excited to be back among friends!  As you know I love this company and believe in what they are doing.  Their stamps are top quality and such beautiful images and dies and the flowers stamps and dies are simply amazing.  Can you tell I'm  happy to be back?

That being said, here is my first card:

 
Faith Is:
Heartfelt Creations Products Used:
HCPC 3500 Open Vintage Floret PreCut Set
HCPC 3502 Mini Vintage Floret PreCut Set
HCPC 3309 Faith Heb.11:1 PreCut Set
HCPC 3494 Delicate Asters PreCut Set
HCD 727 Vintage Floret Die
HCD 726 Delicate Asters die
HCDP1-226 Delicate Asters Collection Paper

Other Supplies: Canson watercolor paper, white card stock, Spellbinders dies (Std. Circles Large, Lacey Circles and Venetian Motifs) Ranger Distress Inks in Scattered Straw, Forest Moss  and Victorian Velvet, glue, Shimmer Spray, Scor-Tape, Wooden Skewer, Paper Blossoms Tool Kit, piercing mat, Memento Ink in brown and black
Instructions: Card Size 6” X 6”
Make card base out of watercolor paper, I use this for added stability.  Next I cut a piece of the design paper in a 6” X 6” size.  I sprayed this with the shimmer spray and left to dry.  Once dry, I adhered it to the card base.  Next I stamped my sentiment on a piece of watercolor paper and cut out using the Lacey die.  I created a frame using two of the circle dies and a piece of the paper from the stack.  I edged the frame with distress ink. Glue this frame to the sentiment piece and then adhere it to the card base.  Now it is time to work on the flowers.  I stamped and cut out the flowers from white card stock; then I used the distress inks to color the petals.  I sprayed the petals with shimmer spray and wound them around a skewer and then I pinched the petals to give them a more natural look.  As the petals began to dry I added more of the darker color of ink to the edges of the petals because the spray caused the ink to run and blend a little and I wanted the darker tones.  When the petals are all dry I use the spongy piercing mat and the embossing tools to shape them a little more.  Glue them together and set aside to dry.  While your flowers are drying stamp the leaves and cut them out as well as the swirls.  Position the flowers and the leaves and swirls where you like them and glue down.  I think the papers and the flowers give this card a soft elegant feel.

You can head over to the Heartfelt Creations blog for more beautiful creations and loads of creative ideas.  Also you can click on the design team names to the right on my blog to visit each members blog.  Go visit and leave a comment...we love hearing from you.

16 comments:

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Oh Glenda this is yummy. I think your flowers look exceptional and exactly the way Linda had intended them to look when crafted. Just beautiful.
Bear Hugs,
Carol

Sylvia said...

Gorgeous card ,Glenda, love the colors and your flowers! So glad you are back designing with these beautiful stamps and dies. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Cibele Glazer said...

Glenda, those roses look as if they have been just picked from the garden! Fabulous job as always!!

Nan G said...

More gorgeous flowers! Don't love the new dp from HC? I sure do! Miss you on WOYWW. You know you got me hooked on there! LOL Hugs Nan

merrymstamper said...

I LOVE, love your card!!! beautiful flowers and the scripture is a fave!

Marisa Job said...

What a gorgeous card!! Love the flowers!! Hugs!

Caroline D. said...

We're so happy you're back too! This card is stunning with those gorgeous flowers. Just amazing flowers... with all those layers of life like petals!

The Rubber Maid said...

What a beautiful card.. as usual. Your flowers are always so gorgeous
as you sure do know how to make them. Awesome work! Pat

Kathy said...

Genda, your flowers are amazing! They look so real! I need to work on my flower making...I forgot about spraying them to make them "behave"! So happy you're back on the DT and I get to work with you! Blessings! Kathy

Janine said...

Hi Glenda

thanks for stopping by!! I feel like sometimes I have given up crafting but NOT!! I have been doing lots of stitching!!

Love you work as of late!!

Carla S. said...

Stunning card, Glenda! Gorgeous flowers and a wonderful design! I'm happy to be seeing your HC creations again every week!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Your flowers are so delicate and pretty! This is one fabulous card. :)

TesaB said...

Stunning card, Blenda! Such fantastic flowers!!!!

May said...

Gorgeous card Glenda...AmAzing flowers...Love the colours... Hugs May x x x

Selma said...

Every flower you make is so gorgeous. I really love this card.

Linda said...

Glenda, I love your flowers. They are so life like. I really like your color combinations. Beautiful card.

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