Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Heartfelt Creations - Perfect Petal Collection - Release #2

Hello! I am very excited to share today's card with you!! Today is the "Perfect Petal Collection" and Release #2 from Heartfelt Creations. This release features 7 new precut stamp sets, and one exclusive Heartfelt Creations Diecut manufactured by Spellbinders™. CLICK HERE to see all the New Products from Heartfelt Creations.Here is the card I created using HCPC 3315 Lily Petals PreCut Set, HCPC 3314 Elegant Single Leaves PreCut Set, HCPC 3312 Uplifting Scriptures PreCut Set, and HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecuts from Heartfelt Creations. To start I stamped a total of six petals from the HCPC 3315 Lily Petals PreCut Set onto white cardstock using Rose Bud ink. Next I misted the paper with two colors of Glimmer Mist--Tattered Rose and Pashmina and heat set to dry. Then cut the petals using the die templates from the HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecuts.Then I made a score line down the center of each petal.Next I worked on shaping the petals. I folded them on the score line and then I curled the tips and shaped them using the scoring tool.For the leaves I started with a white piece of cardstock and added Peeled Paint ink and then Sage and Honey Dew Mist Glimmer Mist and heat set to dry.Then I stamped several of the leaf image from HCPC 3314 Elegant Single Leaves PreCut Set using Peeled Paint ink. Then cut the leaves using the die templates from the HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecuts. I also shaped the leaves just like I shaped the petals as shown in the photos above. To create the stamens for the lily I used Autumn Flower Soft. Just dab a little glue on the wire and then pick up a little of the Flower Soft on the glue. Once the wire is covered then I gently roll it in my fingers to shape it and set aside until dry--just a couple of minutes. Next I assembled the flower. You can use your favorite glue or adhesive to assemble the lily. Click HERE to see a fantastic video tutorial by Emma Lou from Heartfelt Creations on how she assembles her flowers. Once I had my flower assembled I used a paper piercer to poke a hole in the center of the flower and then I added the stamen.Here is a close-up of the finished lily with the leaves.
I made a square diecut using Classic Squares Small S4-128 die # 7 die template and then airbrushed with a Copic marker. I used the square as a mat for the lily. Next I made two large corner flourish diecuts with white cardstock and using the HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecuts. Then I hooked the end loops together. I added this piece to the top of the square diecut. Here is a close-up to see more details. Here is another close-up at a different angle.On the bottom part of the card I added a sentiment from the HCPC 3312 Uplifting Scriptures PreCut Set. I stamped the sentiment and then lined up the Fancy Tags S4-235 die template to make the diecut. Before removing the paper I airbrushed with a Copic marker. To make the tag fit and give it a different look I cut off the one end and rounded the corners. The pretty blue designer paper is from the Be Mine Stack from DCWV and I also added pink rhinestones from My Mind's Eye.

Supplies~
Stamps~Heartfelt Creations-HCPC 3315 Lily Petals PreCut Set, HCPC 3314 Elegant Single Leaves PreCut Set, HCPC 3312 Uplifting Scriptures PreCut Set, HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecuts
Paper~DCWV-Be Mine Stack; The Paper Company-White Cardstock
Ink~Tsukineko-Memento Rose Bud, Rich Cocoa; Ranger-Distress Ink Peeled Paint
Accessories~Spellbinders™-Wizard™, Classic Squares Small S4-128 die #7, Fancy Tags S4-235 die templates; Flower Soft-Glue, Wires, Autumn; My Mind's Eye-Pink Lush Rhinestones; Copic-B02 Robin's Egg Blue, Airbrush System; Tattered Angels-Glimmer Mist Tattered Rose, Pashmina, Sage, Honey Dew Mist; SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES By 3L™-3D Foam Squares, E-Z Runner® (33')

I hope you enjoyed my card from the New Release and be sure to check out the Heartfelt Creations Blog to see more beautiful samples. Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you have a Wonderful Day!!

Hugs & Smiles,
Heidi

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, beautifully made. I love the colours. Reminds me of our old cherry blossom against a spring blue sky.
    Lynne xxx

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  2. Lynnor aka icensheba on scsJune 30, 2010 at 5:27 AM

    Stunning flowers...you make them look so simple to make!!

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  3. Beautiful doesn't even begin to describe this card! Thanks for the info on how to make the lily. I'm gonna give it a try. Hugs!!

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  4. What a stunning flower! I LOVE the look and how wonderful with the matching die! Terrific!!!

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  5. So beautiful work,
    thanks for sharing.
    hugs, myrna

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  6. Martha Gail FieldsJuly 1, 2010 at 10:52 PM

    I love this card. The flowers are wonderful. I'm making a bouquet of these to take to a dear old friend that can't have live flowers in her room at the nursing home. She will love them. Thanks for the idea.

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  7. Just gorgeous Heidi! I was anxious to see what you'd come up with using these new sets ... you have not disappointed me! BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  8. Have not seen the interlocking of spellbinder dies, nice! Another good way to make a flower too!

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  9. Oh my, this is totally fantastic!!

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  10. WOW Heidi-So stunning and looks just like a real flower. Fab work and love the card.

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  11. Love the flower Heidi:)
    It just pops out Very COOL

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