Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Heartfelt Creations Special Launch: Layered Cards, Shadowboxes and Dies....

Good morning everyone and welcome to the Heartfelt Creations Special Launch of Layered Cards, Shadowboxes and Dies!  Please hang in there with me this morning as my post is rather long.
My first project is a layered card using the new circle dies.










Under The Sea Layered Circle Card

Products Used:
6 X 6 Layered Circles Card Kraft   HCLC1-454-3
Under The Sea Paper Collection   HCDP1-266
Small Circles Die   HCD1-7145
Large Circles Die   HCD1-7155
Tropical Hibiscus Cling Stamps   HCPC-3736
Tropical Hibiscus Die    HCD1-796
Fleur Borders & Pockets Die   HCD1-778
Under the Sea Coral Cling Stamp   HCPC-3737
Under the Sea Coral Die   HCD1-797
Under the Sea Cling Stamps   HCPC-3739
Under The Sea Die   HCD1-799
Coral Reef Collage Die   HCD1-798
Luggage and Tags Dies   HCD1-745
Tropical Plumeria Cling Stamps HCPC3782
Tropical Plumeria Die HCD1-7135
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit   HCST1-40l
Dove Blender Pen   #241159
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive   #159723
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottle   #352854
Rhubarb Stalk Memento Ink   TSMP301
Morocco Memento Ink   TSMP201
New Sprout Memento Ink   TSMP704
Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink   TSMP707
Rich Cocoa Memento Ink   TSMP800
Cantaloupe Memento Ink   TSMP103
Teal Zeal Memento Ink   TSMP602
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink   TSMP900
Crystal Art Glitter #85

Other Supplies:  Dandelion Memento Ink, White Cardstock, Watercolor Paper, Ivory Flower Soft
Distress Inks, Bling on a string, String of Pearls, Scor-Tape, Chrome Yellow Archival Ink, Pink Peony Archival Ink


Watch a video on making the Hibiscus Flower:  https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/video/119/flower-shaping-101-how-to-create-a-gorgeous-hibiscus-flower-for-cards-papercrafts-and-scrapbooks

Instructions:  My card is 6 X 6.  Cover the card base with the paper collection and use the circle dies to cut center holes in the paper.  Using Rich Cocoa ink stamp the flowers and leaves.  Cut out, color and shape and add the flower soft and set aside. Next using Tuxedo Black ink stamp the turtles, sea horses, and fish.  Cut out and color them then set aside.  This is also a good time to add any glitter that you want.  Find the Jelly Fish on the paper collection and cut it out.  The die fits perfectly so if you are not a stamper you can use the images on the paper.  I also cut one of the fish as well.  Now you are ready to decorate.  Decide where you want the elements to go and glue them down and the card is finished.  This is a very easy card for the end result to be so wonderful.  I hope you try this as it has a huge WOW factor.


Next up is a Classic Petunia Shadowbox Card.  This is a new concept for me and I love how it turned out!


Classic Petunia Shadow Box Card

Classic Petunia Paper Collection  HCPC-278
Card Shadow Box Set  HCBC-456-2
Cut Mat Create 1B White  HCD2-750
Regal Hummingbird Cling Stamp  HCPC-3742
Regal Hummingbird Die  HCD1-7102
Small Classic Petunia Cling Stamps  HCPC-3785
Small Classic Petunia Die  HCD1-7139
Butterfly Medley Cling Stamp  HCPC-3650
Butterfly Medley Die  HCD1-759
Luggage and Tag Die  HCD1-745
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit  HCST1-40l
Crystal Art Glitter #85
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink  TSMP900
Rich Cocoa Memento Ink  TSMP800
Teal Zeal Memento Ink  TSMP602
Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink  TSMP707
New Sprout Memento Ink  TSMP704
Lilac Poses Memento Ink  TSMP504
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive #159723
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30  HCDA2-450
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottle #352854
Hot Mama Prills  ANC821

Other Supplies: Hot Glue Gun, White Cardstock, Dimensional Tape, White Fiber

Watch a video on shaping the Classic Petunia here:  https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/video/152/ez-classic-petunia-flower-shaping-techniques

Instructions:  My card is 5 X 7.  Make card base and cover with a piece of the paper collection. Cover the edges of the shadow box with the paper collection before you make the folds actually make the box.  Once the shadow box is covered glue it, just around the edges and adhere it to the card.  The fourth side is left open so you can slid the tags inside.  Now stamp, cut out, color and glitter the hummingbirds and butterfly.  Stamp, cut out, color and shape the flowers and leaves.  Glue everything down and allow to dry.  Cut out the tags from the paper collection and tie the fiber through each one.  Slip them down behind the box and your card is all set.

I have really enjoyed showing you my two projects this morning and hope you head over to the Heartfelt Creations Blog for more inspiration!  The other design team members have worked to bring you so much beauty there and I just know you will find something that just speaks to you!

9 comments:

Olga Jewell said...

Both are gorgeous the flowers on the first one is amazing!!!!!

Jan's Paper Flowers said...

Beautiful projects Glenda! Love your gorgeous flowers!

Patty Sue 2 said...

these are beautiful my friend! The list of supplies is daunting.

Leslie Miller said...

Wow, wow! Your cards are fantastic! They sure keep you busy at Heartfelt. I had to go look at the Under the Sea fish set. Out of stock, but such fun and pretty fishies! Love those layered circle pages. Too cute!

Patricia Manhire said...

Both cards are just gorgeous! The Under the Sea collection is perfect for the layered cards and I love your petunias.

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

WOW you have been busy. I really LOVE the first layered card. You have outdone yourself on this beautiful papers and theme. Then the shadowbox card is amazing again beautiful colors and fun layers. I've a lot of posts to check in on..don't know how I got so far behind.

Robin Clendenning said...

Beautiful beautiful beautiful Glenda! I love both of your projects!!!

Nan G said...

Fabulous creations, Glenda! The under the sea card is really cool! And of course, love the flowers. Hugs

Darlene said...

WOW! This layered card is AWESOME ... what an adventure! And the shadowbox is fantastic ... must do some shopping at HFC! Thanks for AMAZING inspiration (as always)! Hope you are well. Have a happy day!

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