Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Celebrate the Season with Festive Holly Collection by Heartfelt Creations

Hello Dear Friends,
Join me with another Christmas festivities with the new Festive Holly Collection by Heartfelt Creations

Products Used
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, 159723
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles, 352854
Luggage and Tags Die, HCD1-745
Decorative Oval Die, HCD1-762
Eyelet Oval Die, HCD1-776
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30, HCDA2-450
Rajni Chawla's Frosting Powder, PGM15016
Festive Holly & Cardinals Die, HCD1-7145
Festive Holly Paper Collection, HCDP1-280
Festive Holly & Cardinals Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3791
Festive Holiday Die, HCD1-7146
Festive Holiday Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3792

Other Products: Zig Clean Color Real Brush-020-Red, 060 Brown, red cardstock, white cardstock, rhinestones, Archival ink-Fern Green

Watch this tutorial for tips on using the Festive Holly collection https://youtu.be/PufXslTDQhs.

Watch this video to for tips to make intricate die cutting easy and fun here

Instructions: Overall card size is 6.25 x 6.25". Start with 6.25” x 12.5” cardstock. Score and fold at 6.25". Choose desired paper from the Festive Holly Collection and cut to 6”x 6”.

Diecut two decorative arch's from Festive Holiday Die HCD1-7146 from red cardstock and one from white cardstock. Diecut Decorative Oval Die HCD1-762 from white cardstock and one from red cardstock. Cut red Decorative Oval in half vertically and sponge glue and sprinkle with Rajni's Frosting Powder. Choose designer cardstock and diecut oval using plain oval from Eyelet Oval Die HCD1-776 and sprinkle edges with Rajni's Frosting Powder. Diecut sentiment cut from the pattern paper with Luggage and tags die.

Stamp Festive Holly and Cardinals with black archival ink and colour the berries with zig marker-red and leaves are colored with archival ink-fern green with dauber. Diecut with the coordinating die-Festive Holly and Cardinal Die.

Arrange pieces as shown adhering using dries clear glue. I also added Frosting Powder to sentiment. Finally add rhinestones on red decorative doily.

I hope you all have enjoyed my work and see you next time.
Have A Nice Day!!!

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Christmas Blessings Box

Hello Dear Friends,
Heartfelt Creations Wednesday again, back with very lovely concept-Chocolate Box and excited to create with the Festive Holly Collection! Charming and elegant, with a hint of a country feel, this festive collection is filled with heartwarming imagery of falling snow, towering pine trees, and beautiful wildlife all woven together with lavish illustrations of abundant holly and berry clusters!

Products Used
Arianna Lace Die, HCD1-747

Other Products: Zig Clean Color Real Brush, Cardstock, Glossy Accents, Stampendous Embossing enamel-shabby blue, Black Archival ink

Instructions: Chocolate Box size 10” x 7.875”. Score white cardstock at 3.25” x 4” x 7.25” x 8”
Once cardstock is ready first attach ribbon. Next adhere Festive Holly patterned paper and on the edges add stampendous embossing enamel. 

Diecut Arianna Lace die from white cardstock. Apply glue and sprinkle with Rajini's Crystal Powder and allow to dry. Diecut Raindrop On Roses doily on white cardstock. Adhere to chocolate box with thick foam. Fussy cut circle of your choice from Festive Holly paper and layer it on top.

Stamp Holly Berry Jingle Bird stamp in black Archival ink on white cardstock and diecut with coordinating die. Color all stamped images using Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and that on top of circle. Stamp two of the Large Holly Cluster in black Archival ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating die. I fussy cut the lamp post and sentiment ticket from patterned paper. Cut apart Arianna lace die and arrange with lamp post and sentiment as shown and adhere. Add Crystal Clear powder to card as desired.

The inside is also covered with the pattern paper and on the edges have added Seafoam Stickles. Diecut two Decorative Arches from Festive Holly on white cardstock and place on the right fold, as shown. After folding the right fold, create a pocket with a cardstock of 2” x 1.75” scoring it at .5” x 1.25” and attach pattern paper and then adhere it at the edges and the pocket will be created so that it can hold chocolate. 

Would love to hear your words.
Have A Great Day!!!

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Susan's Garden Notes -Sunflower-Susan's Garden Designer Challenge

Hello Dear Friends,

Super excited to share our first Susan's Garden Designer Challenge on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog. Don't forget to visit the blog to check out the amazing work of design team, and win awesome giveaway...

Like the sun, the sunflower represents warmth and life. Hence it is a perfect flower to demonstrate our adoration, admiration and love towards our family and friends. It also signifies loyalty and strong bond between friends. Its brightens the mood through the vibrancy of its yellow and orange petals.

But the most important characteristics of sunflower, which always stimulates me to think beyond the look of this lovely flower is its characteristic to move itself to the most direct position of the bright sun. This is nothing but symbolic of immense faith towards the person or thing you adore – almost like worshiping your creator even in best and worst times. To celebrate this immense sacrificial and unassuming bond between family who created you and friends who are like life-sustaining rays in your life, I created this card with Sunflower as central theme.

To make this lovely sunflower, i have used Susan's Garden Notes Sun flower2 die from Elizabeth Craft Designs. To start with
1. The card size is 5.125"x7.125(folded size).
2. Then add another layer of 5x7" and apply modelling paste with paisley stencil.
3. Sprinkle lindy's magical and spray some water with mini mister.
4. Take another layer of Postage Stamp Rectangle die with moda scrap Flower lace2 divided in two parts
5. Created gorgeous sunflowers with Susan's Garden Notes Sunflower 2 die and added the sentiment "Hello" from general Clear Stamp and sprinkle some sequins around the flowers.

Elizabeth Craft Designs products used:

For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs are giving away a Susan's Garden Prize Pack which includes: Garden Notes Square Window & Flower Box, Sunflower 2 and an All Metal Tool Kit to 3 winners. 

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post and tell us "What  is your favorite flower from the Garden Notes collection?”

We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing 

The winners will be announced on Friday, July 14 on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.
Do Visit ECD store for awesome products.
Have A Nice Day!!!

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Hugs and Kisses and Medallions with Heartfelt Creations

 Hello Dear Friends,
Sharing another inspiration of Heartfelt Creations with the gorgeous Classic Wedding Collection.

Products Used
Classic Rose Die, HCD1-7110

Other Products: Archival ink- Rose Madder, cardstock

Watch the tutorial here to learn how to shape the Classic Rose.

Instructions: Base Card size 8” x 8” and after fold card size is 4” x 8”. Choose your patterned paper and cut to 3 3/4” x 7 3/4”. Adhere this directly onto card base. For second layer cut white cardstock to 3 1/4” x 7 1/4” and pattern paper size is 3 1/8” x 7 1/8” adhere these two together using Dries clear glue. For third layer cut white cardstock to size 2 1/4” x 6 3/4” and pattern paper size is 2 1/8” x 6 5/8”. Attach these two together using dries clear glue. Attach double sided foam tape between the layers to give it dimension. 

Diecut 3 medallions on white cardstock using medallion die. Adhere two medallions on the center of card using glue and attach one to the left of the card.

Stamp Classic Rose petals in Rouge ink onto white cardstock and diecut. Color using Cantaloupe ink and Rouge ink along with Stack and Store Daubers. Stamp Leaves in Olive Pastel ink onto white cardstock and diecut using coordinating die.
Color using New Sprout ink, Olive Pastel, Cantaloupe ink.
Shape both the leaves and flowers using Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Fussy Cut tags of your choice from designer paper. Arrange items on card as shown. Apply dries clear glue on flowers and add Crystal Clear.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

The Musical Tones of Wedding-Heartfelt Creations Classic Wedding Collection

Dear Friends,

Today I am presenting to you one of my finest creations which I really enjoyed creating. And I lovingly called it "The Musical Tones of Wedding".

Inspired by the latest collection called "Classic Wedding Collection" by Heartfelt Creations, which includes breath taking, exquisite pattern papers in wedding theme, stunning die cuts and stamps and coordinating die cuts to go along with the theme.

To highten the charming effect created by the use of the "Classic Wedding Collection" by Heartfelt Creations, I have used a Guitar, beautified it with classic rose stamp and die  and wedding collection and created a space of the 'newly wed' pic in its center. This creation is sure to immortalize the nostalgic and precious moments of your wedding day.

Products Used
Classic Rose Die, HCD1-7110

Other Products: Archival ink- orange blossom, cardstock, versamark, Glass glitter, Guitar, Acrylic colour-portrait pink, Beads, Chipboard, hot glue

How to shape classic rose, check here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhvG0Ajn1Qw

Instructions: Chipboard size 12”x 12”. Choose Classic Wedding Designer paper and attach onto chipboard using dries clear glue. Diecut 5 Decorative Medallion Die on cream cardstock and then attach 2 to top of pattern paper. 

Alter guitar by painting with gesso and acrylic colour and applied ruste paste randomly and then final touches were given again with acrylic colour and at some add glass glitter and beads where desired on guitar. Attach three more medallion die at the bottom of guitar and add photo. Attach Guitar onto 12" x 12" base using hot glue.

Diecut sentiments using coordinating dies. Stamp doves and leaves in Dark Brown ink. Diecut, color and shape using Olive Pastel ink and Deluxe Flower shaping kit. Stamp Rings and Roses in Archival Orange Blossom ink and diecut using coordinating die. Color roses using same ink along with Cantaloupe ink and shape.

Add Crystal Clear powder to flowers and leaves, allow to dry. Arrange as shown, then attach using dries clear glue.

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Best Wishes Classic Wedding Gift Envelope

Hello Dear Friends,
It's Heartfelt Creations Inspiration Wednesday, another awesome
New Release-Classic Wedding Collection .
A wedding is one in a life-time event which everyone awaits and
cherishes throughout his or her life. Its also an event that friends and
near and dear ones await so bless the lovely couple for a lifetime of bliss.

And all wedding ceremonies are marked with innovative gifts and flowers.
Today I present a handmade gift envelope perfect for a newly wedlock couple.

The idea of this creative gift envelope dwelled upon me when
I say the lovely “Classic Wedding Collection” of Heartfelt Creations.

This collection from Heartfelt Creations has all the paraphernalia that you may require to create lovely things for a wedding. This includes pattern papers with romantic imagery of stately church bells, classic roses and fanciful doves. Also included in this collection are dies of the ever-together dove couple, lovely roses, marvelous sentiments, stamp sets of heart shaped rose wreaths, elegant church bells, beautiful wedding rings et. all.

Products Used:

Other Products: Archival ink- orange blossom, cardstock, versamark,
Instructions: How to shape classic rose, check here

On tips of how to diecut intricate dies, check here

Instructions: Money Envelope size is 7.125” x 4” after fold, (full size is 7.125” x 10.875”). For top fold, layer it with classic pattern paper and distress the edges using Orange Blossom ink. Diecut Classic Border Basics decorative die along with the basic border edge die on cream cardstock to create the border. Repeat this using outline of decorative border along with basic edge die to create the shadow background of border. Attach together using dries clear glue. Attach Decorative border onto Folded card front. Diecut Medallion die onto cream cardstock and accent with Rajni’s crystal clear powder. Stamp Roses using Orange Blosson ink and diecut using coordinating die. Shape the rose as shown in video. Add Dries Clear glue onto flowers as desired and sprinkle it with Rajni’s crystal clear. Stamp Doves in Archival Sepia ink and diecut with coordinating die. Apply versamark ink to doves and sprinkle Rajni’s crystal clear powder on it. Embellish the card with some messages fussy cut from the Classic Wedding Paper Pad. Add patterned paper of your choice on the inside of card.

I am sure you would like my creation and
would surely try new things using this
exquisite collection from Heartfelt Creations.

Have A Nice Day!!!

Friday, 9 June 2017

Petunia Window and Flip Fold

Hello Friends,
We always share our post on every Wednesday but i'm sharing it today as was not keeping well.
Today i'm sharing very interesting card -It's a flip-fold card , which i tried for a very first time and hoping you all will love it.

Check Video here 

Products Used
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, 159723
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles, 352854
Memento Dye Ink Pad - Tuxedo Black, TSMP900
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Pad - Olive Pastel, 71012
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Pad - Berrylicious, 71053
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, HCST1-401
Botanic Window Die, HCD1-7100
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 6, HCDA1-449
Small Classic Petunia Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3785
Large Classic Petunia Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3786
Small Classic Petunia Die, HCD1-7139
Large Classic Petunia Die, HCD1-7140
Classic Petunia Paper Collection, HCDP1-278
Rajni Chawla's Frosting Powder, PGM15016

Other Products: White card-stock, floral stamen, cheesecloth, green shimmer spray, dimensional adhesive, flat-back pearls

To see how to shape Petunia flower watch this tutorial https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk.

Instructions: This is a top fold flip fold card that measures 4 x 12" when open and 4 x 6" folded. Take a layer of cheese cloth colored with shimmer spray-green colour and attach onto card base. Then take a layer of petunia pattern paper cut a little smaller than card base and attach. On the edges of the paper sprinkle randomly Rajni’s frosting powder.

Die-cut window opening from the petunia paper. Die-cut the Botanic window Die from white card-stock and use dimensional adhesive to attach onto window opening. Attach to card and use Rajni’s frosting powder and decorate with pearl beads.

Stamp basket image in black onto white card-stock and die-cut with coordinating die. Stamp the petunias in Berrylicious and some in Olive Pastel onto white card-stock and die-cut with coordinating dies. Use the Stack and Store daubers along with the same two inks to color petunias and leaves. Shape petunias and leaves and add stamens to the centers. Attach basket, flowers and leaves onto
card as pictured.
For inside, take card-stock size 3.5"x 10, and scaore at 2.5", 5", 7.7" another card-stock size 3.5"x 8" and score it at the centre of 8" side and score it diagonally criss cross and  then decorate it with the pattern paper and don't embellish it so much otherwise card will not close. Keep it simple.

I hope you all love this  inspiration.
Have A Nice Day!!!