Aug 16, 2017

Christmas Blessings - Heartfelt Creations

HI friends and welcome to Inspiration Wednesday with the Heartfelt Team.  So happy to have you here today so thank you for dropping by

I am sharing a altered Envelope with you today.  These envelopes have been a favorite of mine.  I picked them out a few  years ago at Hobby Lobby and pretty much each time i visit, i grab another package. They come in a pack of 5.  I adhered chipboard to the back to give them more stability.



For some added layers, i adhered corrugated cardboard which i prepped with gesso and splattered with  glimmer mist and crystal clear powder along with some gold flakes


i cut papers in the collection to fit, distressing the edges of course (wink) 


The window die from Winters Eve collection is becoming one of my favorites, its so versatile. 



Happy Scrapping!

HCDP1 281 Winters Eve paper Collection
HCD1 7148 Window Frame Die
HCPC 3794 Window Frame Stamp Set
HCD1 7146 Festive Holiday Die
HCD1 7145 Festive Holly and Cardinals Die
HCPC 3791 Festive Holly Cling Stamp
HCD1 7106 Celebrate the Season Die
HCPC 3747 Celebrate the Season Cling Stamp
PGM 15015 Rajni Chawlas Crystal Clear
PGM 15016 Rajni Chawlas Frosting Powder
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
159951 Art Institute Dries White
HCST1-401- Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool Kit
HCDA2 450 Stack and Store Daubers
ANC 818 Gog Man Go Prills
GBKK811B1  Clear Cardstock

Other Materials: Canson water color Paper; Coffee Archival Ink; Foam Adhesive; white cardstock. Distress Inks: Peeled Paint; Ages Mahogany; Vintage photo; hobby lobby envelope; thing burlap trim; jute chord in black; corrugated cardboard; gesso; gold glimmer mist; patina glimmer mist; chipboard to use as base for envelope. Versa mark and white embossing powder.; trinket pins.

Watch this tutorial for tips on using the Festive Holly collection.(link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDfKmxrqYjI)

Watch this tutorial for tips on using the Winters Eve Window Frame (link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hf9-3YQWBXM)

Instructions: Card base is 6x9.  Cover back of envelope with white chipboard to give the envelope stability. Cut a piece of cardboard form a discarded box to 6x9; peel off first layer of thin paper; gesso cardboard; wait to dry and dab with gold glimmer mist and patina glimmer mist. Set aside to dry. Use papers from collection for mat; and cut out two of the card panels as shown. ( 5.75 x 7) Distress edges of papers and adhere on top of cardboard. Cut out 10 sets of the mini poinsettia from celebrate the season along with a wreath, color and mold.  Cut wreath in half and drape across the window as shown. Attach prills to centers and attach flower to leaves. Detail with crystal clear powder and Frosting powder. Stamp with versa mark and heat with white embossing powder the window and frame. Attach the frame to a piece of clear cardstock; foam on top of window image as i have done. Cut out the festive holly die on paper from collection and attach to right end of card layers. Wrap burlap trim around envelope and tie in a bow, attach black just chord and trinket pins. Assemble envelop as shown.

Aug 11, 2017

Precision Press Giveaway!!

Hello friends in Blog Land

I am so thankful to have the followers I do, and every once in a while i have a giveaway to offer up for new followers:



I have a giveaway! This giveaway is for all new followers only!
I am giving away a We R Memory Keepers Precision Press to one lucky new follower.
I ordered two of these so i have one to giveaway!


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