Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Heartfelt Creations Release Day..."Snow Kissed" Collection...

Good morning everyone and welcome to a brand new release from Heartfelt Creations!
Bring out the softer side of old man winter in all of your projects with the new “Snow Kissed” Collection by Heartfelt Creations.  An exquisite blending of classic winter scenes depicting gentle snowfalls, candle lit windows, countryside sleigh rides mixed with a sprinkling of fun filled images of frosty snowmen delivers the perfect compilation of winter themed imagery for all of your holiday and chilly season creations.  This newest collection features three cling stamp sets revealing illustrations of towering pine trees and frosty snowmen ideal for creating spectacular winter scenes, a large gift tag perfect for adding that special handmade touch to all of your beautifully wrapped gifts, as well as a wide variety of snowflakes which when paired with the coordinating dies will allow you to build one of a kind dimensional flakes as realistic and individual as those in a gentle snowfall.  The charming paper collection showcases beautiful hues of cozy blues and rich pine greens accented with deep burgundies creating exquisite backdrops to showcase patterns of elegant snowflakes, windswept swirls, playful polka dots and beautiful brocades resembling those found on a cozy handmade quilt.  And, this unique collection brings with it a special surprise…a small gift box die ready to be cut, assembled and embellished, making packaging smaller gifts quick and easy during the busiest time of the year!  So, grab your quilt, cozy on up in your craft room and join us as we bring just a kiss of snow to your craft table….we promise no shoveling required!

Next is my little treat box perfect for chocolate candies!  

Snowman Interlocking Gate Fold Card

Heartfelt Creations Products Used and Products Carried in Their Shop:
HCPC-3474 Heartfelt Expressions
HCPC-3750 Frolicking Snowman Cling Stamps
HCD1-7107 Frolicking Frosty and Spruce Die
HCDP1-269 Snow Kissed Paper Collection
HCPC-3749 Snow Kissed Spruce Cling Stamps
HCD1-7109 Gift Box and Mini Snowflakes Die
Designer Dries Clear Glue
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink

Other Products Used:  Spellbinders Radient Rectangles, Dimensional Tape, White Embossing Powder, Forest Moss Distress Ink, Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers in 031 Cobalt Blue, 027 Dark Pink and 070 Orange, Windsor Newton Iridescent Medium, White, Blue and Green Cardstock. Watercolor Paper, Hot Glue, Bling on a String

My card is 6 X 6. Cut a piece of cardstock 6 X 12 and score at 3 and 9.  Cover the inside of the card with some of the paper collection.  Stamp the sentiment on the middle panel.  I added bling to the two small pieces of the card just to add some interest.  Close the card and cover the outside panels with some more of the pretty paper from the paper collection.  Next I die cut three of the Rectangle dies and clued them together to give some extra strength to the piece.  Stamp, color and cut out the snowman and add him to the smaller elements of the die and glue that piece on the left side of the card front panel.  (Be sure to leave the right half of the piece hanging off the panel.  This enables it to interlock with the front piece and hold the card together).  Next apply the frame to the right hand side of the card front, also leaving about half of it hanging off the side.  Stamp, emboss and cut out the snowflakes and the tree.  I used dimensional tape to pop up the pieces.  Now you should be able to interlock the left side with the right side of the card front and allow it to stay folded together. If my instructions weren't quite clear, there are numerous videos on the Internet showing how to do this.  I'm a visual learner so they help me a bunch!

Holiday Treat Box

Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried in Their Shop:
HCPC-3751 Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag
HCD1-7109 Gift Box and Mini Snowflakes Dies
HCDP1-269 Snow Kissed Paper Collection

Other Supplies: White Cardstock, White Seam Binding, white Ribbon, Faded Jeans Distress Ink, Scor-Tape


Cut the treat box out of white cardstock and fold on the lines created by the die.  Next I cut out pieces of the paper to go on the sides of the box.  The next step is to stamp and cut out the tag twice.  Glue these to the front and back of the treat box.  I used white ribbon to hold the top together and tied a little bow using white seam binding.  I glued the bow with Scor-Tape and glue. Now the box is ready to fill and give during the holiday season. 

Now for more inspiration just hop over to the Heartfelt Creations blog and see what the designers have created for you!  You can also visit them by clicking on their names on my side bar!


Rajni Chawla said...

Beautiful projects as that snowman.

Olga Jewell said...

Both of these are Absolutely Gorgeous!

Karan Gerber said...

beautiful projects Glenda, love the colouring on the snowman and what a great folded card too.

Sylvia said...

Love that Christmas card and the snowman, Glenda, your treat box is fun as well! You are really knocking out these projects. Love the colors and the new stamps and dies. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Anita Kejriwal said...

that snowman looks adorable and very cute gift bag,will really try making one.

Marisa Job said...

Beautiful projects!! Love the fancy fold on the card!!

Diane said...

Gorgeous projects Glenda! The papers sound wonderful and just your description alone makes me want to have the cute chocolate box, too, so elegant!!

Darlene said...

FANTASTIC Glenda! I've been watching the live videos on these new stamps/dies and they are SO SO CUTE! And I also love the new papers .. such beautiful images! Can't wait to get my hands on these! Awesome inspiration ... thanks!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, how adorable that snowman is, and your card is just beautiful! Love the fold and, of course, the dies. So pretty. Love the snowflakes, too. And then you went and made the darling treat box. That's a die? How fabulous! Glenda, I don't know if you realized I moved my stamping to a different blog. I'm on Blogger now, which is easier. My name will link you to it. I had the impression from one of your comments that you might not know that.

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