Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Heartfelt Creations

Today I have for  you a warm and cozy Heartfelt Creations  card. Notice the quilt made with the  hexagon pattern.  This card may look fussy but it is not hard to put together. With the holidays and  children around the house, let each one have a crank at your die cut machine. Helps to get the hexagons cut really quick.

I used the rose flourish stamp  for my quilt pieces, just stamp, color and cut with the  hexagon die.

 I made the stick pin to match my  card. The ribbon was dyed to match the roses.

Heartfelt Creations Products Used  and Products Available at Heartfelt Creations

HCPC3505 Timeless Rosette PreCut Set

HCPC3509 Timeless Sentiments PreCut Set

HCPC 3500Open Vintage Floret PreCut Set

HCPC 3502Mini Vintage Floret PreCut Set

HCD 727Vintage Floret Die

HCPC 3405Leaf Medley

Foliage Shapeabilities

Standard Circles Large

Lacey Circles

A2 Fancy Weave

Spellbinders – Foliage, Standard Lg Circles, Lace Circles, Hexagons, A2 Fancy Weave.  M-Bossabilities Garden Lattice side B, Dainty Dots side A & B

6 x 6 card base

Other Products Used:

White CS, SU- Baja Breeze, Wild Wasabi, Rose Red and coordinating DP.

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Distress – Broken China, Brushed Corduroy, Antique Linen, Copic’s RV23, RV29, YG13, YG17. Glimmer Mist – Bubble Gum, Chocolate Cherry.

Art Glitter Hot Kiss, Art Institute Dries Clear Glue, Pop Dots, Glue Dots, Hot Glue Gun, tape, Color Ready Ribbon, Stick Pin.


Score and fold white card base.  Distress edges of 5 ¾ x 5 ¾ baja breeze cs, sponge edge with distress inks.  Attach to white base.   With Tuxedo Black ink stamp rose from Timeless Rosette twice on white cs, stamp sentiment between roses. Color with Copic or markers of your choice. Cut with large circle die, sponge with broken china, emboss with dainty dots then highlight roses with glitter. From baja breeze cs, cut a large lace circle die, emboss with dainty dots. Sponge edges with distress.  Stamp rose flourish 8 times on white cs and color. Cut roses with smallest hexagon die. Cut DP with smallest hexagon die. Attach hexagons to left 5 ½” x 3” green DP (5 ½” x 5 ½”) in quilt block or random pattern. Emboss with Garden Lattice embossing folder.  Distress edges and sponge with distress ink.  From rose red cs make 3 roses and one rose bud using Vintage Florets stamp, cut with Vintage Florets Die. Apply glitter to rose buds. On wild wasabi cs stamp and cut 2 leaf sprays and 4 single rose leaves using Leaf Medley and Foliage die. Cut lace square from fancy weave die out of Baja breeze DP. Dye ribbon with bubble gum and chocolate cherry glimmer mist. Make a bow.  Make stick pin. Attach layers, bow and stick pin as shown.

Please stop by the Heartfelt Creations Blog to view the beautiful display  inspiration.


Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Linda! I came earlier, but your new post was not yet up. Glad it is now because I wanted to view the close ups. First - I am in awe that you distressed each one of those tiny hexagons. Are you crazy? LOL They look super and I can hardly wait to try it. Next, I was trying to see the rose centers with the glitter. Love the layers behind the hexagons, too. Wonderful shapes and such pretty assemblage! (((hugs)))

Glenda said...

Gorgeous and very labor intensive!

creativearts said...

Linda, your card is magnificent! I love the hexagon border and your roses are beautiful! I love how you colored your ribbon to match. Beautiful card!

Kathy said...

This is beautiful, Linda! It does look like a lot of work, but worth the effort! Blessings! Kathy

Shona Erlenborn said...

Oh my goodness - such detail! This is sooo pretty Linda.