Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Heartfelt Creations does a cross promotion with Scor Pal!

Today we are doing a cross promotion with Scor Pal. Please visit the Heartfelt Creation blog at and the Scor Pal blog at Prepare to be blown away with all the amazing projects featuring the Scor Pal and Heartfelt Creations products.

Can I just say, I absolutely love the new Scor Pal!  I use it each and every day.  I make a lot of 6" X  6" cards with lots of embellishments and when you have to mail them you need a box like this to protect the card!  This box is a gift all by itself; I love the quiet elegance of the papers and stamps and of course, those flowers.  You can just tuck this box down inside a mailing envelope and it's ready to go and your card will arrive in perfect shape.

Heartfelt Creations Products Used:
HCDP1 234 Daphne Paper Collection
HCPC 3540 Spring Season PreCut Set
HCPC 3406 Botanical Floral 1 PreCut Set
HCPC 3407 Botanical Floral 2 PreCut Set
HCD 735 Gift Ensemble

 Other Supplies:  Scor Pal Scoring tool, Scor-Tape, cream card stock, Memento ink, Ranger Distress Inks, white card stock, glue, Paper Blossoms Tool Kit, pearls

 Instructions:  Box size: 6 1/4" X 6 1/4"
Cut a piece of cream colored card stock 8 1/4 X 8 1/4  and one piece 8  5/16 X 8  5/16 so it will fit down over the bottom of the box.  Score  both pieces of card stock 1” on all 4 sides using the Scor Pal.  Cut the corners on the bottom piece and use Scor-Tape to adhere and make the box bottom.  Next cut the corners on the top piece and add the Scor-Tape but do not form the box top.  Cut pieces of  design paper to fit the sides and the top of the box lid. I stamped the birdhouse on the  paper and colored using distress inks.   I used Scor-Tape to adhere paper to the top and sides of the box.  Now it is time to make flowers.  I stamped, cut out and colored the flowers on white card stock.  I added color using distress inks and a sponge.  Shape the flower petals and form your flowers.  Glue together and set aside to dry.  Once dry, I glued down the pearls to the centers of the flowers.  Cut out the swirls using a piece of the designer paper and lay out on the box top to decide where you want your flowers and leaves to go.  Then all you have to do is glue down the flowers and your box is ready to go. 

I hope you enjoy seeing my project; I really enjoyed making it for  you.  Now you should go over to the Heartfelt Creations Blog and see all the lovely projects that have been submitted this week.  Also if you would like to visit the design team member's blogs, you can just click on their names on the side bar of this blog and go visit them.  Leave them a message.  We all love hearing from you.  After all it is you that makes our world go round!


...the yorkshire fox... said...

...gorgeous Glenda, love the soft colour palette and those flowers a simply yummy...Mel:)x

Rita said...

Wow Glenda. How fabulous is your box. It's so stunning. Thank you for the measurements too. Enjoy your Day. Hugs Rita xxx

Sylvia said...

Beautiful box, beautiful flowers, Glenda! Love the soft colors! Have a fabulous Wednesday.

Olga said...

Oh WOW!!! Absolutley gorgeous as always!!! You always amaze me!

Marisa Job said...

Beautiful gift box!! Your flowers almost look real!!

Regina Hamilton said...

Beautiful box. Your flowers a amazing.

Mary Ann said...

OH WOW!This is Beautiful!!!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

This is awesome Glenda. Lvoe the colors you used. And you are right, I love the boxes I've received as much as the card.
I did visit the Heartfelt blog and a great variety of designs. All so lovely. Enjoyed the flower tutorial also, need me some tools!!!
Humid today so great day to stay in and organize. We have a disarray of "STUFF" from both families clean out.
Happy Hump Day, remember to take time to Breathe!

Caroline D. said...

Beautiful!! I agree that the box is a gift within itself, but it sure would be fun to get a matching box and card in the mail... your friends are lucky ducks!

TesaB said...

This box is out of this world beautiful!!!! I adore this paper and love how you clustered the fab flowers letting so much of it shine!!!

Leslie Miller said...

Your box is absolutely gorgeous with the paper and the perfectly coordinated flower arrangement you created for it. It's such a lovely way to send one of your cards, which, itself, is a gift and I'm sure becomes a part of the home decor of whomever receives it. So, you see, it really is a gift. How wonderful!

Oksana said...

Hi Glenda, what a beautiful box, your attention to detail is wonderful!xx

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Glenda, I am so far behind on everything, I'm just now getting to your blog. Shame on me! I do dearly love this elegant box. You have such a good eye for color and design, and a deft hand when it comes to creating beautiful flowers. I love everything you do....maybe some day we will get the chance to craft together. Hugs!

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