Sunday, December 2, 2012

A little Heartfelt Creations Holiday

It is the beginning of December and  an unseasonable warm day in Michigan. It is a little rainy outside which makes a wonderful day to make a few holiday cards. Here is one that I made using Heartfelt Creations  stamps and coordinationg dies.  It reminds me of how the soft fluffy snow piles on top of objects.



 Here is a list of the products I used. The detailed instructions can be found at Heartfelt Creations .


Heartfelt Creations Products Used And Products That Can Be Found At Heartfelt Creations:

HCPC3509 Timeless Sentiments PreCut Set

HCPC 3415Petite Poinsettia PreCut Set

HCPC 3491Holiday Haven PreCut Set

HCPC 3480Brookside Manor PreCut Set

HCPC3477Bird Haven Precut Set

HCPC 3488Decorative Metal Fixtures PreCut Set

HCD 723Garden Romance Die

HCD 725Decorative Metal Fixtures Die

125156 Layered Poinsettia Shapeabilities

472177 Fancy Tags # Shapeabilities

 

Spellbinders –  Fall Foliage, Floral Flourishes, Long Classic Rectangles Large & Small, and A2 Matting Basics A& B, Moroccan Accents

5 ½ X 4 ¼ Card Base

Other Products Used:

Cherry Cobbler CS for Base and Poinsettias, Gold, Kraft, White and Garden Green CS

Ink: Memento Tan and Black, Iced Spruce & Tea Dye Distress, Jet Black Archival, and VersaMark

Markers or Colored Pencils Tan, Green, Grey Blue

Wood Grain embossing folder, Artist Cement , Micro Beads, Pearls, SNS Gold Detail EP, Art Glitter Crystal, Glossy Accents, Pop Dots, Glue Dots, Score Tape

 



3 comments:

Donna Ellis said...

oooo ooooo ooooooo! OK - Barbara and I have been trying to figure out some of the items in your card, even tho you say what was used - so we need to rush over to the HC site and read your directions. Magnificent card with wonderful details, all the layers and colors - textures and gorgeous stamps - so remarkably stunning, Linder - I can wait to read the directions! GORGEOUS!

Olga said...

this is just beautiful!!!!! TFS!

Caroline D. said...

Gorgeous poinsettias! They are awesome paired with the birdhouse!