So Thoughtful - Heartfelt Creations

Sep 28, 2016

Its Wednesday, time for some Heartfelt Creations Inspiration.  Today I am sharing a card with you using the new Classic Rose Collection and the Chameleon Pens.  

I blended the Gate Fence and wreath from the Celebrate the Season Collection and the papers and roses from the Classic Rose, colored the wreath with Chameleon Pens, and first, a sneak


I think this is my favorite paper in this collection, love this brick background.  I love how this card turned out, 


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Other Products: Memento Dark Cocoa; Copic Paper; Chameleon Pens YG3; RD4; Pearl flower centers; white card stock; glue gloss pen; gold glimmer mist, peeled paint distress ink, vintage photo distress ink;  Copper brads, gate handle from Fab Scraps
Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
Instructions: Card base is 6" x 6.5" from brick paper in collection. Mat on white card. Cut orchid window on red paper in collection and cut out a floral center, foam together and attach to card base. Cut and stamp four sets of roses using medium size, color with Rhubarb stalk ink; mold flowers and place flower center in middle as shown. Stamp and cut four sets of the rose vine, color with peeled paint and mold. Cut apart two sets to form three smaller vines. Stamp and cut out Wreath and color using Chameleon Pens. Stamp the fence on white card using dark cocoa ink, cut using die and edge with vintage photo. Attach Gate handle as shown with brads. Cut out sentiment and attach with foam. Layer and assemble flowers and leaves as shown. Attach Wreath to gate and use two smaller cut pieces of vine on front, attach three smaller flowers and one medium size flower. Mist lightly with gold glimmer mist. Detail with glue gloss and glitter.

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For My Friend-Heartfelt Creations

Sep 21, 2016

Happy Wednesday and welcome to my blog today.  Heartfelt is doing a cross promotion this week with Chameleon Pens.

So i put together this card using the Chameleon Pens and the New Classic Rose Collection from Heartfelt Creations





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HCD1 779 Regal Borders Die
HCD1 745 Luggage and Tag Die
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
HCST1401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool Kit; 
TSMP 301 Rhubarb Stalk Ink
85 Glitter

Other Material: Memento Tuxedo Black Ink; Copic Paper; Chameleon Pens YG 3; RD4; May Arts Trim; 4x8 Manila Tag; Twine; Flower Centers; Elegant Swirl Die (discontinued)circle cutter. Pearl flower centers; white card stock; glue gloss pen

Instructions: Cut a 4x8 from brick paper in collection, ink edges with Rhubarb Stalk Ink. Cut out Regal border in white cardstock, attach to back of 4x8 pattern paper and attach to tag. Cut out two tags using luggage and tag die, you can cut these in half as we will only be using about 1.5 inches of each one. Ink edges with Rhubarb Stalk and attach twine. Search for A2 card panel in collection. Attach two luggae tags to left as shown, then adhere with foam to tag base. Stamp out rose Bouquet on Copic paper with Tuxedo ink; colour leaves and roses with Chameleon Pens. Stamp and colour, then cut, two of the large rose vines from cling stamp. Mold lightly. Stamp and colour, then cut two sets of Roses and color using RD 4. Cut a 3” circle and mat behind Rose Bouquet. Cut out two elegant swirls on white cardstock. Cut a 1” strip of red from paper collection, adhere two swirls together and attach red strip in center. Cut a 4.5” circle one white card and adhere the two swirls on top, then layer with foam adhesive the rose Bouquet as shown. Mold the roses then attach the bead centers to four small flowers, make one rose as shown. Cut apart the rose vines as shown in image and assemble die cuts as shown. Stamp and cut one leaf vine from 3753 and colour with YG 3 Chameleon Pen. For leaf vine, cut out using die and cut apart into three pieces. For added detail use glue gloss pen and adhere glitter.

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