Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Going Country with Heartfelt Creations

Hello again!  Today's Heartfelt Inspiration has a bit of a country flair to it; I have used the gorgeous holly images for both cards that I have to share.  One is CAS and the other is not so CAS.



The gorgeous holly images are perfect for framing your Christmas sentiments.  In the first card, the berries and candle image are colored with Prismacolor pencils.  In the second, CAS card, the berries are colored withViva Decor 3D Stamp Paint.
For complete instructions and products used, see the end of this post.  Don't forget to check out all of the gorgeous inspiration from the rest of the Design Team on the Heartfelt Creations blog.  

Thanks so much for visiting and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

 
Country Candle

Heartfelt Creations Supplies used-
Holly Berry Precut Set- HCPC 3551 
Bright Christmas Precut Set- HCPC 3552 
Decorative Oval Window Die- HCD  
Ornamental Add On Die- HDC 738
Heartfelt Creations Daphne Paper Collection HCDP1 234

Spellbinders Twisted Metal Tags and Accents 
Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities dies
Other Products used-
Stampin' Up Crumb Cake and glitter paper, Neenah Solar White cs, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, SU white craft ink and Early Espresso ink, Van Dyke Brown ink, scoring tool, SU Vintage Wallpaper ef, SU Borders Scoring Plate, Prismacolor Pencils, sewing machine

Instructions-
Cut Crumb Cake cs to 4.25 x 11 and fold in half for cardbase. Cut another piece of Crumb Cake cs to 3 x 4.25 and emboss with ef. Lightly sponge white craft ink over raised areas of cs. Sew card stock to center of card base; be sure to leave enough room at bottom of card for sentiment. I have about 1 3/8 “ at the bottom of my card. Stamp sentiment in Early Espresso ink to bottom of card. Score lines on the sides of the sentiment. Using the Borders Scoring Tool, score the decorative edge to the top of the card.
Stamp 3 medium holly sprigs in black ink, color the berries with Prismacolor Pencils and die cut out with matching die. Die cut SB flourish from glitter paper. Die cut Decorative Oval Window die from brown Daphne Paper Collection.
Stamp the image in black ink and color with Prismacolor Pencils. Diecut image with circle die. Sponge edges of circle with Van Dyke brown ink.
 To assemble, cut window die around the flourishes in the center, bringing to two pieces together to create a circle frame for the image. Nestle the candle image in the circle frame and adhere to the embossed Crumb Cake panel. Adhere one sprig of holly to the right lower corner of the circle frame. Adhere the remaining 2 sprigs of holly and the glitter flourish to the left side of the circle frame. 

 
Folk Art Christmas

Heartfelt Creations Products used-
Love at Christmas Precut Set- HCPC 3554
 Holly Berry Precut Set- HCPC 3551
Ornamental Add On Dies- HCD 738
Viva décor Carmine Red 3D Stamp Paint
 Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities
Spellinders Classic Scallop Circle Nestabilities

Other Products used-
White cs, Stampin' Up Crumb Cake cs, Crumb Cake ink, Early Espresso ink, Versamark, clear ep, scoring tool, pearls, dimensionals, stamp-a-ma-jig

Instructions-
Fold 5.5 X 8.5 piece of white cs in half for card base. Score around edges of card. Die cut scalloped circle from Crumb Cake (kraft) cs. Stamp folk art wreath in kraft ink on white cs and die cut out with circle die. Die cut out center of wreath as well. Die cut center of kraft circle out and layer the white circle on the kraft scalloped circle and adhere together. Position circles/wreath on card base to determine where you will stamp sentiment. I used a Stamp-a-ma-jig for placement of my sentiment. Stamp sentiment in Early Espresso ink on card base. Adhere wreath around sentiment. Add pink pearls to wreath.
Stamp large holly sprig onto kraft cs. To do this, first ink up image with Versamark then immediately following, ink with Early Espresso (dark brown) ink. Stamp image on cs and then heat emboss with clear ep. Die cut image out. Paint holly berries with 3D stamp paint. Adhere to card with dimensionals.

5 comments:

  1. both are absolutley lovely!!!!

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  2. Both these cards are stunning in their simplicity. Love the look of the kraft card...just fabulous.

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  3. Sooooooooo beautiful! Love both cards!

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