Wednesday, January 10, 2018

New Heartfelt Creations Release...Singing in the Rain Collection

Good morning everyone!  It’s time to cast off the winter time blues and enjoy those April showers that bring May flowers with the new Singing in the Rain Collection by Heartfelt Creations! Puddle jump along with us as we explore a paper collection filled with darling illustrations of light spring rains, stylish umbrellas, playful rubber boots and delightful garden fairies all encompassed in rich tones of beautiful corals, bold blues and glorious greens! Heartwarming decorative papers laden with delicate floral flourishes, springtime flowers, chirping song birds, and lace like accents are just a few of the patterns ready to get you started on all of your spring themed creations! Four charming cling stamp sets along with coordinating dies will boost creativity and get you ready for the season of awakening with an assortment of playful puddle jumping rain boots, several stylish umbrellas, sweet song birds, and two adorable garden fairies…and of course, we can’t forget those dainty, first season florals that appear after mild springtime showers. So grab your rain boots, throw open your umbrella and tune up your voices! It’s time to celebrate the springtime season with some Singing in the Rain!  


HHC PRODUCTS USED                           
ITEM NUMBER
NAME
HCDP1-286 Singing in the Rain Paper Collection
HCPC-3810 Songs of Spring Cling Stamps
HCD1-7168 Songs of Spring Die
HCPC-3811 Rain Boots and Blossoms Cling Stamps
HCD1-7169 Rain Boots and Blossoms Die
HCD-745 Luggage and Tags Dies
TSMP900 Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
TSMP707 Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink
TSMP301 Rhubarb Stalk Memento Ink
HCST1-401 Dexlue Flower Shaping Kit
#241159 Dove Blender Pen
#532423Kit Sizzix Vagabond 2 Die Cutting Machine
 #159723 Designer Dries Clear Glue
ANC204 Heart of Gold Prills
ANC803 Minnie Pearl Prills




Other Products:
White Cardstock, Faded Jeans and Vintage Photo Distress inks, Rose Madder Archival Ink, Dimensional Tape
Videos
You can watch this video for help on making a Tri Shutter Card.
https://youtu.be/su-3T3sd4r0
Instructions: 
Find instructions for Tri Shutter Card; Splitcoast Stampers has a video by Beate Johns if you need help.  Make card base and cover with pieces of the paper collection.  My folded card size is 4 1/4  X 5 1/2.
Using Tuxedo Black ink stamp the umbrella and flowers as well as the little bird on a limb.  Use Memento Inks and Dove Blender pen to color.  Use coordinating dies to cut out images and add Prills to the umbrella; add dimensional tape to adhere to card front.   Glue the flowers and the little bird image to the different panels and then cut out the ticket and use dimensional tape to adhere to card. 


7 comments:

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

A truly fun post. My first thoughts were of a springtime rain. Great colors and loving that adorable umbrella. Wishing spring was here next week. Out of the deep freeze the past 2 days, but sounds like tomorrow will be dangerous winter blizzard stuff. Got a lot accomplished today inside, with the windows open, but no birds singing!! Enjoy a great week. I'm looking for more MoJo in the creative side of life.

Olga Jewell said...

Glenda this is absolutely gorgeous! But then all your work is...

Robin Clendenning said...

Oh Glenda, this is so adorable! I love this kind of fold!! I love how you've decorated the umbrella with white Prills, you are genius!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, stop! This is way too cute! Those birdies with the umbrella... I would love to have just that in a stamp. So adorable! And you've made such an ambitious, cool fold card which shows off the collection so enticingly. Love how you use the Prills, too. I adore every bit of it, Glenda!

Darlene said...

OMG I LOVE this card! A tri shutter always makes me gasp ... so adorable with these precious birds!! Awesome inspiration and springtime vibes ... thanks!

Jan's Paper Flowers said...

Love this simply adorable card!

Pamela Korte said...

Always enjoy shutter card presentations!

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