Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Heartfelt Wednesday Inspiration

Seven days have come and gone that fast.  Today I have another creation from  Heartfelt Creations newest collection Countryside Evening.  This is the Melodious Songbird  hear her sing the songs of spring.

  Here is a close up of the beautiful intricate corner die.

 Here is the beautiful Melodious Songbird.

 Notice the beautiful  Countryside Collection Paper. As I have said in the past if you have trouble visualizing then just  follow the design on the paper make it three dimensional.

 I am just following the design on the Countryside Evening Paper Collection.

You are the song in my heart

Heartfelt Creations Products Used and Products Carried by Heartfelt Creations:
HCPC 3511 Melodious Songbird PreCut Set
HCDPI 229 Countryside Evening Paper Collection
HCD 729 Decorative Blossom Corner Die
HCPC 3303 Posy Patch PreCut
HCD 717 Layered Scallop Posy
Grand Calibur
Art Institute Dries Clear Glue
PaperBlossoms Tool Kit
Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
Grand Circle Nestabilities
Standard Circles Small
Standard Circles Large

6 x 6 Card Base
Other Products Used:
Spellbinders – Grand Decorative Circles, Splendid Circles, Foliage Two
Card Stock – SU White, PTI Linen, 90lb water color paper
Ink: VersaMark, Ranger Distress –Shabby Shutters, Scattered Straw, Dried Marigold, Vintage Photo, Broken China, Shaded Lilac, Milled Lavender
Judikins - Rustique Patina Azure embossing powder, USArt Quest –Crystal Effects, Rhinestones, PTI – Fine Linen Saddle Stich Ribbon, Perfect Pearls Mist – Forever Green,  Glue Dots, Score Tape ¼”  
Make a 6 x 6 white card base. Cut a 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 linen. Cut a 5 ¾ x 5 ¾ from Countryside Evening DP (yellow with tiny blue grey five petal flowers).  Cut the largest corner die out of the upper right corner of the DP then layer on the linen paper. With VersaMark stamp the Melodious Songbird on water color paper, emboss with Rustique Patina Azure. Cut with the Smallest Grand Circles Die. Color Songbird, flowers and leaves using a water color brush and distress ink. Apply Crystal Effects to bird’s belly. Sponge the sky, sun and green around bird. Cut two of the smallest Grand Decorative Circles out of the DP. On one of the die cuts, cut the largest Standard Circles. Layer on card as shown. On a piece of water color paper stamp the smallest Posy 20 times with VersaMark ink and emboss with Rustique Patina Azure. Cut with coordinating dies. I use the Layered Scallop Posy die because there are eight of the smallest Posy die with the set.  Color the Posy with Shaded Lilac and Milled Lavender distress inks.  Shape the flowers and glue a rhinestone in the center. Glue a small rhinestone on the bird’s eye. From the linen paper cut Foliage Two leaves and spray with Perfect Pearls Mist.  Stamp sentiment on linen card stock with VersaMark and emboss with Rustique Patina Azure cut with circle die.  Cut a circle next size larger from water color paper. With Splendid Circles die cut DP one size larger then water color circle. Layer as shown. Tie ribbon and attach to top of largest circle.  Attach Posy and leaves following the pattern in the DP.

Please stop by the Heartfelt Creations Blog  for more inspiration.  You are the reason.


creativearts said...

Linda, this card is amazing! It is so beautiful, with the flowers popped up and the decorative corners cut out of the coordinating paper. I definitely am going to case this one! I haven't stamped the bird yet but it is next on my list! Lovely layout also.

Glenda said...

This is so beautiful! I love everything about it!

Olga said...

girl, this is gorgeous, you always wow me and put a smile on my face, such talent!!! I'll have to get you to help me put what I use at the end of my page, I like that!!!

Shona Erlenborn said...

I thought the header on the HC Blog looked like a Linda layout! Then as I was going through, trying to find yours (it's one of my weekly tests you know!) there she was. Absolutely gorgeous! The colors are exquisite along with every little detail you put on the project.

Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Linda, my traveling fiend-friend! LOL Such beautiful dimension in your lovely card - I especially like how the tiny flowers flow from the top left to the bottom right. So you said you just followed the design on the paper, and it "flowed" perfectly? What a great tip that is. I'm sure those doily corner dies will be in my stash. Just waiting til next month to see what February has so I can combine the shipping. LOL So pretty!

Donna Maligno said...

Lovely , soft and innovative as always, Linda. That corner die has to make its way into my craft room!

Vicki Dutcher said...

BEAUTIFUL card! Love those flowers popped up!

Cibele Glazer said...

I just love the texture you created with this card. Beautiful!

Love crafts forever said...

OMGoodness!!!! This is totally ROCK! Love your little flowers. Very well done.
Hugs Nataliya

Marisa Job said...

Beautiful card Linda!!! Love the flowers and the choice of colors!!

Sandy (Cheesy) said...

Linda, you are so generous with sharing your ideas. And you knocked it out of the park again. Congrats on having your creation as the intro card for the HFC blog post. You rock, girl!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

This is so gorgeous, Linda! Love the glitter detail on your flowers. :)

merrymstamper said...

Amazing. Beautiful.

beadz said...

This is absolutely stunning!

Julie Z said...

Another beautiful creation Linda! Wonderful details & I love that blue and tan/brown color combo. Very, very pretty!!

April said...

A stunning card! I love all the elements! I love birds too. Excellent job!