Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Blog Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Heartfelt Creations Alumni Designers Blog Hop. I've missed working with my Heartfelt Creations stamps & dies since my term ended so I was happy to have a chance to play with them and show you a few creations today. 


Cardstock: Not Quite Navy, Whisper White, Stampin Up!
Stamps: Scenic Combo HCPC3369, Classic Message HCPC 3354, Heartfelt Creations Designs
Ink: Not Quite Navy
Other: Not Quite Navy marker, Square Lattice embossing folder, Stampin Up!, ruler


Instructions: 
1. Stamp image and sentiment.
2 Using ruler, draw lines around outside of image. Adhere to mat.
3. Emboss white layer and adhere.




Cardstock: Early Espresso, Pear Pizzazz, Blushing Bride, Stampin Up!
Printed Paper: Classic K Charlotte, K&Company
Stamp: Classic Message HCPC3354, Heartfelt Creations Designs
Ink: Versafine Black;  Early Espresso, Stampin Up!
Other: Xyron 250; felt flowers, Stampin Up!; Diamonds and Dots embossing folder, Quikcutz

Instructions
1. Choose two coordinating printed papers and rip into large, irregular pieces. Run through the Xyron.
2. Randomly adhere ripped papers to 3.5 x 4.5 piece of cardstock, covering edges. Trim excess back to 3.5 x 4.5. Highlight edges of pieces with Early Espresso ink. Emboss and adhere to Early Espresso mat. Adhere to card base.
3. Stamp sentiment and adhere to Pear Pizzazz mat. Adhere to card.
4. Add felt flower.



Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Stampin Up!; White Bazzil Basics
Stamps: Snowmen Melt Your Heart HCPC3342, Cardinal Holiday Mailbox HCPC3349, Heartfelt Creations Designs
Ink: Versafine Black, Memento Tuxedo Black
Printed Paper: Seasonal Paper pad, K&Company
Other: ribbon, Heidi Swapp; Copic Markers; icicle border punch, Martha Stewart Crafts; glitter glue, Ranger Industries; foam adhesive.

Instructions
1. Punch icicle border and adhere to strip of printed paper. Adhere strips and ribbon to card base.
2. Stamp sentiment.
3. Stamp image. Color and cut out. Adhere to card base with foam adhesive.
4. Add glitter glue to icicle border.



Now on with the hop! Your next stop is Selma. This is a circular hop, so if you just follow the links, you won't miss anything. Have a great day.

13 comments:

Olga said...

all of these are incredible!!! I love the snowman card with the ruffles and ice icicles!

Selma said...

All your cards are fabulous Anita but I agree with Olga - I love that snowman card. Love the creative way you added the icicle border. This is so cute.

Sue W said...

Three fabulous cards! I love the elegant 1st card, the texture on your 2nd card and the 3rd card is just lain fun!

Loretta said...

Anita, I love how different your cards are from each other! They are all so gorgeous!!!

Georgei said...

very pretty cards that you did
but the frist one I am in love with
thank for showing

Payne Holler Cards said...

this is all just wonderful!!! love the texture and colors on that 2nd one and the snowman is just too adorable - but trust me! I will be casing your layout on that first card!!! love how you framed that image (-:

Clare said...

Fantastic cards! Each and every one is wonderful!

Donna said...

Very very nice cards,I too like the snowman card the best, can't wait for the colder weather and snow, looking forward to the fall first, so your card sets the mood!!
Wonderful job, Thanks for sharing.
Donna

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

All of your cards are just wonderful.

Angelica said...

Anita, your cards are beautiful, I specially love the first one.

Janett said...

All of your cards are great

Brenda said...

I love your cards - especially the card using the Scenic Combo stamp. The card is stunning - love both the simplicity and the elegance of the card.

Jan said...

Beautiful cards!