Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Heartfelt Creations.....

It has rolled around into another Wednesday and time for me to share another card I have made for Heartfelt Creations.


Every now and then I make a card that just makes me smile....this is one of those.  I just love how the flower turned out and don't you just love that gorgeous paper?


Heartfelt Creations Products Used:

HCPC 3468 Tattered Blossoms PreCut Set
HCD 722 Tattered Blossoms Die
HCPC 3512 Antique Lantern PreCut Set
HCPC 3510 Petite Floral Swirl PreCut Set
HCPC 3405 Leaf Medley PreCut Set
HCDP1 226 Delicate Asters Paper Collection

Other Supplies:  Spellbinders dies (Fancy Tags Three, Foliage, Classic Circles Large, Fancy Lattice) Memento ink, Ranger Distress Inks, glue, shimmer spray, Paper Blossoms Tool Kit, purple ribbon, dimensional tape, card stock, Canson watercolor paper

Instructions:  Card Size 6” X 6”

Make card base and cover with a piece of the paper collection.  Stamp the swirl image onto the card stock and set this piece aside.  Cut out all die cuts and glue the lattice behind the frame made by using two of the circle dies.  Stamp the sentiment onto the tag and set these pieces aside.  Stamp and cut out the flower petals and leaves.  Add color to the edges.  Dampen or spray with shimmer spray and shape all. Glue the flower together and let dry.  Now assemble the pieces to the card front.  You can let your imagination run wild at this point.  Tie the bow and attach to the tag.

Well that just about does it for me this morning.  You can visit the Heartfelt Creations blog and see what the other designers have created this week.  Take a moment and have a look around and be amazed by the talent on this design team!


22 comments:

Sylvia said...

Gorgeous card, Glenda, I smiled when I saw it! that is a gorgeous flower, I love the color! Love this card and all it's beauty! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Marie-Louise said...

Fabulous card. Love the backing paper and that wonderful flower.

Leslie Miller said...

Gorgeous piece, Glenda! You're so good at making these flowers it probably doesn't take you long, but I'd be a week working on that flower! It looks amazing! Love how you framed the lattice. All very elegant, but sweet, too.

Nan G said...

Divine absolutely divine!

Olga said...

WOW! That flower is gorgeous!!!! I just love all your creations!

Sherry Cheever said...

Gorgeous! That's all I have to say . . . GORGEOUS!

Nancy said...

Absolutely beautiful!

pam said...

gorgeous card Glenda, love the whole design..pam

sandee said...

That is a beautiful card, love how the colors blend together! Thanks as always for visiting my blog, waving hi from the windy and rainy hills of North Carolina ♥

TesaB said...

This card makes me smile too, it's wonderful in every way possible. LOVE it!!!

Spyder said...

Lovely card I love the die cut pattern too!

(Lyn)

May said...

This card made me also smile... adorable colours & that flower is simply Beautiful... Gorgeous design... Hugs May x x x

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Glenda your die and color selections make for a beautiful eye catching creation that I have enjoyed viewing considerably.
Bear Hugs,
Carol

Amarilys said...

love this card Glenda! That purple flower looks awesome as well as the lattice!

Caroline D. said...

Super Gorgeous!!! Your flower is absolutely exquisite! Love it set on the lattice! The purples and sage colors you used paired with the white is just wonderful to look at... easy on the eye as "they" say.

Marisa Job said...

What a gorgeous card!!! Love the flower!!

merrymstamper said...

your Card makes me smile!!! Gorgeous card!

Selma said...

A big WOW from me Glenda. This is gorgeous.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Just beautiful!!

Linda W. said...

Oh my - the colors are so beautiful Glenda! I'm a lavender lover anyhow - gorgeous beyond words!

Love crafts forever said...

Love that big fancy Flower Glenda.
Hugs Nat

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Mm so agree - just smasher of a card :D or you know what I mean! Shaz.xx

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