Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Heartfelt Creations October Alumni Design Team Blog Hop

 Good morning and welcome to our monthly Alumni Design Team Blog Hop for Heartfelt Creations.  Prepare yourself to be inspired as we bring you this month's creations from the team.  I'm here to tell  you this is one talented group of women that love this company, the people and their products.  I use something from Heartfelt Creations on most everything I make and am always happy to play with their flower stamps and dies.  If you arrived here from Vicki's blog you are right on track and next is Caroline's blog

This morning I have made a Christmas card and I think this stamp is timeless!


My card size is 4 1/4" X 5 1/2".  I used the Poinsettia Ornament 2 (HCPC 3417 )stamps and Spellbinders Heirloom Ornament 2011 dies to create my card.  t's pretty simple really as the embossing folder and the pretty ornament have done most of the heavy lifting on this one.  A pretty pink poinsettia and matching bow and it's all ready to go! I took a white pearl, covered it with white glue and then added gold Gala Glitz to make the center for this flower and the ornament is embossed with gold embossing powder.  I love using non traditional colors on my cards.

Try to follow along the blog hop and leave a comment on as many blogs as you can.  You can never tell which blog will be the one they choose from.  If  your name is chosen you win a $25 gift certificate for products from Heartfelt Creations.  You have until 12 midnight ET on Friday October 31 st. to leave your comments.  The winner will be announced on Saturday, November 1st..  Good luck to you all!

Giovana Smith
Vicki Dutcher
Glenda Brooks - You Are Here...
Supplies:
Canson Watercolor Paper for Strength and Stability
White Cardstock
HCPC 3417 Poinsettia Ornament 2 PreCut Set
Spellbinders Heirloom Ornament 2011 Die
Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia Die
Half Pearl
Glue
Gold Gala Glitz
White Seam Binding Colored with Distress Ink
Pink Polka Dot Paper
Scor Tape
Gold Embossing Powder
Sizzix Vintage Wall Paper (Stampin-Up) Embossing Folder

45 comments:

Candy Slabaugh said...

So beautiful - I love that you used pink for Christmas!

Theresa said...

Beautiful card....so very elegant!

Selma said...

Love the colors on this card. And as usual, you have created a gorgeous flower.

Patricia said...

Oh! My! Word! this is stunning love everything about your beautiful card.
Hugs

Patricia x

Olga said...

Shut the front door!!!!! Girl that is eye popping, jaw dropping gorgeous!!!! Love the bow!

Sylvia said...

I love poinsettias, Glenda and this one even though pink(not my favorite color) is pretty! You're Poinsettia cards are always beautiful and this one is too! Hope you have a beautiful day!

Caroline D. said...

Gorgeous!! The pink and white are stunning together for Christmas. And the polka dot poinsettia gives it a bit of fun!

Giovana Smith said...

Beautiful! Very elegant card, Glenda! Love the touch of pink.

Patty said...

Stunning card!! I never think of these great ideas.. I believe I have the heirloom 2013 ornament stamps! I'm definitely going to try and case your card.. Thanks so much for the great idea!!

cghundley said...

Beautiful card!
Love all the
elements on it.
Loving the pink
flower.
Carla from Utah

luv46kdz said...

Just beautiful! Love your flowers :)

Paula

TesaB said...

Ohhh!!! Gorgeous! Fab white embossed background. Thel ornament and flowers are just beautiful!!! Love pink for Christmas!

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Nancy Carroll said...

This is so gorgeous. thanks for the inspiration.

Debbie10 said...

Love the pink and white poinsettia

Vicki Dutcher said...

Oh my the pink and gold look beautiful together!

Anouk said...

love the flower, beautiful done

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful card and love the embossed background
Carol x

Asmah Zainal Abidin said...

Elegant card! The pinky flower is really beautiful! Love this inspiring creation, thank you. Hugs xx

LISA said...

Wow..So beautiful Glenda. I always look forward to your floral creations! Such elegance!!

Leslie Miller said...

Ohhhhh, look how pretty that polka dot poinsettia is! I have always loved pink and gold together. Then all set on the fabulous embossed background -- stunning! Love the flower center, too!

Lizzie said...

Totally Beautiful!!! I've never seen that die used before and the way you've used it is so elegant! Love, Love!!

Stamp Addict said...

Thanks for the inspiration. Such a beautiful card.

Debbie Lou said...

What a gorgeous pink polka dot poinsettia!

Caroleanne Wright said...

HI this is so pretty in pink! x

purplemel said...

WOW what a great card it is stunning. TFS

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

So soft looking!

Jan said...

I love this card! i actually have all the products you used so I'm going to try this one. Your bow is beyond gorgeous. I think I need a tutorial for that!

Julia said...

Gorgeous card.TFS

Bonnie said...

What a beautiful card. I just love that flower!

Jean Bullock said...

the embossing and the die cut are a winning combination. Well done.

NIKKITA JAIN said...

love the pink flowers... and the embossing... :)

Dianne said...

Hello Miss Glenda, what a stunning card, love the white embossed background, the die cut is timeless, then that gorgeous pink poinsettia, with the matching pink bow, wow gorgeous, love the idea of making the pearl gold, fabulous idea, thanks for sharing..

Eva Van Buuren said...

A gorgeous card, Glenda!!
I love the flower and color, very elegant...
Greetings from the Netherlands.

Dorothy S said...

The lovely flowers look great in the creative holder, with the elegant embossed bg.

Heather Thompson said...

very elegant and pretty, simplicity works here.

Clovey1150 said...

I love pink especially for Christmas. Very pretty card!
Charlotte

Katherine Buchanan said...

So lovely!

barbara macaskill said...

I actually groaned with delight when I saw this gorgeous creation! What a scrumptious poinsettia and that bow! Oh my!! I am swooning!! LOVE!! TFS!

Deborah Smith said...

Beautiful! I love that it's not the traditional Christmas colors yet it's still Christmassy. : )

marion morris said...

Simply stunning

Denise Fletcher said...

A beauty!

Debby said...

Your colors may be 'non-'traditional but the card is beautiful. I prefer the 'non-'traditional colors.

lesley lawton said...

beautiful and timeless xx

Patty Sue 2 said...

You never fail to bring on the WOW factor and this card is not exception. I love the Gold for the ornament and the beautiful flower is perfect. Great job!

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