Welcome to my blog. I would like to create a place where I can share my love of crafts with you. I started paper crafting in August of 2011. I just had my one year anniversary. I love making cards, doing scrapbook pages, creating flowers, quilling and many other crafts. I found out about greeting cards when watching a Stamp TV video a few months later. I am hooked on card making now. Love everything about it. I hope that you will join me in my love of crafts.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

June 16, 2015 HC

Welcome to this weeks post with Heartfelt Creations.
We are designing with the Blazing Poppy Collection, and I am loving every minute of it.
I created a card for you this week. I hope you like it.
Don't forget to stop by Heartfelt Creations blog for all of the inspiration created.


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Other Products: Artists loft watercolor Pens, two buttons, cardstock: white - black - green, paint brush.

Instructions: 
Make a 5" by 7" card base. Take a 5" by 7" card front from the paper collection. Glue it to the card base. Take a piece of white cardstock and stamp the Blazing Poppy Stem on it with black ink. Paint it with watercolor pens. I used the dark green and Burgundy colors. After painting the first coat, add some watercolor pens to an acrylic block. Paint deeper colors using an almost dry brush. Cut it out with the large rectangle from the 1B die, and glue it to the card. Take the black cardstock and cut three of the corner flourishes from the 2B die, and one of lace flowers from the Arianna Lace die. Add the flourishes to the corners of the card. Stamp three of the Blazing Poppy petals, onto paper from the paper collection with black ink. Cut them out with the matching die. Sponge the edges with black ink, then shape them with the Flower Shaping Kit. Glue the lace flower to the bottom of the flower. Add the black buttons to the centers. Glue it to the card. Stamp the leaves on green cardstock with black ink. Cut them out with the matching die then sponge them with Cottage Ivy Ink. Glue them around the flower.

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I have been very sick.