Friday, 31 January 2020

Celebrating Hydrangea

Dear Friends,

Another inspiration with Heartfelt Creations-Cottage Garden Collection.



Products Used:
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, 159723
Ribbit Prills, ANC825
Double Dots 100pc. -3D Foam Circles, DDOTS
Regal Pocket Accents Die, HCD1-7247
Rounded Window Frame Die, HCD1-7271
Cottage Garden Hydrangea Die, HCD1-7278
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30, HCDA2-450
Cottage Garden Paper Collection, HCDP1-2111
3D Hydrangea Shaping Mold, HCFB1-489
Cottage Garden Hydrangea Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3900
Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 - White, HCPP1-475
Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear, PGM15015
Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Manganese Blue, RACP454
Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Jet Black, RACP468
Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Library Green, RACP475
Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Vivid Chartreuse, RACP531

Other Products: White cardstock, Big Shot Machine.

For more tips on creating with the Cottage Garden Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/faBoB2s49RI.

Instructions: Card size 5” x 7” (final size). Take pattern paper from collection, tear the edges and adhere on card base. Next, take another pattern paper tear the paper diagonally angle direction, as pictured, and adhere with foam tape.

Cut two Regal Pocket Accents Die on white cardstock and add crystal clear glitter and adhere it on card base.

Now stamp one Hydrangea flower from Cottage Garden Hydrangea Cling Stamp set with archival ink-library green and cut it with coordinating die and add colors to leaves with archival ink- Vivid Chartreuse and library green. Next, stamp Hydrangea petals from Cottage Garden Hydrangea Cling stamp using archival ink-Manganese Blue. Cut them with coordinating die, color them with archival ink-manganese blue and vivid chartreuse and shape them using Hydrangea 3D Shaping Mold. Add prills at centre of each petal and add crystal clear glitter and arrange petals as pictured.

Cut one die from Rounded Window Frame Die from white cardstock. Adhere flower arrangement on die using foam tape.

Add Sentiment from paper collection.

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