Create unique all occasion cards with the Decorative Circle Dies!

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Create unique all occasion cards with the Decorative Circle Dies!

Saturday November 30, 2019
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 Hey friend, how are you this weekend?

Are you a crafter that is looking for something differnt to create?  Creating one of a kind all occasion cards is EZ to do with the Decorative Circle Dies and Card Bases! Join us and create a interactive card with a difference!

Our Crafters Say:

Y'all have made me feel like I can do cards with flowers that look like a million bucks but yet they are so very easy to do. And people can't believe they are handmade! Thank you for all that you all do. -Jennifer Hickerson

I just LOVE LOVE  Heartfelt Creations products!!!! Heartfelt Creations has brought my scrapbooking and card making to a whole new level!! -Barbara Bell

Lets get crafting together!

Directions:

 Step 1: First take a round bi-fold card and fold both side panels in half.

 Step 2: Cut 2 card mats from the designer paper collection using the Rounded Lattice die. Cut 1 card mat in half.

 Step 3: Distress the edges of card mats and adhere on card base. These are for the inside areas of the card.

Step 4: Cut 2 mats using Eyelet circle die, cut 1 from white cardstock and 1 from designer paper. Also cut 2 similar mats using  the Rounded Window Frame Die. 

Step 5: Glue both designer paper mats onto the white cardstock mats using designer dries clear glue. Adhere both panels on the folded card base as shown here.

 Step 6: Cut a round doily from white cardstock using the Rounded Window Frame Die and 1 circle from the designer paper using the biggest die from the Circle Basics Large die.

Step 7: Cut a tag from the same designer paper collection using the Album Tags And Accents die. Also cut 2 Decorative pieces from white cardstock using the Rounded Eyelet Window die and Rounded Lattice Window die. 

 Step 8: Glue the decorative pieces onto the card to create pockets as shown here and place the tag inside the pocket. Add dimensional tape onto the doily diecut and adhere onto the card base. Glue round designer paper piece on doily diecut.

 Step 9: Stamp Classic Rose flowers onto deluxe flower shaping paper using plum ink and cut with coordinating dies. 

 Step 10: Color the flowers with Lilac Posies, add Plum color on the edges of flowers for darker edges. Stamp Leafy Accents stamp on deluxe flower shaping paper using Olive archival and cut with coordinating dies. Color the leaves using Sap Green ink and add Olive on edges. Shape flowers and leaves using shaping mold. For 1 big rose, use 3 of the largest flowers and 3 of the second largest flowers. For the small flower, use 3 of the small flowers and 2 of the big flowers from second die. 

 Step 11: Adhere the flowers and leaves onto the card base. Further, stamp a sentiment on white cardstock using Lilac Posies and cut out. Distress the edges using the same ink. Adhere the sentiment using dimensional tape. For a finished look, apply crystal clear glitter on flowers using designer dries clear adhesive. Add organza ribbon on tag.

 

 

   Tutorial by designer Uma Didwania

Have fun creating your own projects! We love to see what you create too, share your projects with us on our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/HeartfeltCreations

Here is a list of supplies used so you can make one too!

Heartfelt Creations Products:

 

6" x 6" Round Bi-Fold Card - White

 

Rounded Window Frame Die

Rounded Eyelet Window Die

 

Rounded Lattice Window Die

 

 

 

 

Rounded Sunlight Window Die

Classic Rose Die 

Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set 

 

3D Rose Shaping Mold

 

Flowering Dogwood Paper Collection

 

Leafy Accents Die

 

Leafy Accents Cling Stamp Set

 

3D Leafy Accents Shaping Mold

 

Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30

 

Designer Dries Clear Adhesive

 

Memento Dye Ink Pad - Lilac Posies

 

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Plum

 

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Olive

 

Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear

   

 

Other Products: White cardstock, Dimensional tape, Organza ribbon, Sap Green archival ink 


NIDA TANWEER
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Saturday 30th of November 2019 01:54 PM