Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Petunia Tissue Box

Hello Dear Friends,
It's Heartfelt Creations Wednesday again, today i have a beautiful project to share-Tissue Box using Classic Petunia Collection.

Products Used

Other Products: MDF tissue box, white cardstock, paper trimmer, Archival purple ink, pollens, sequins

How to shape Petunia flower check here.

Instructions: Taken MDF tissue Box size 4.875” x 4.875” x 5.125 (Square in size). Then cover the box with beautiful petunia pattern paper and distress the edges with Archival purple ink. 

Stamp some of the petunia flowers in Archival purple ink and some in Olive green ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Stamp petunia leaves in Olive green ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating die. Sponge petunias that were stamped in purple with Archival purple and ColorBox Berrylicious ink. Sponge leaves with Olive green ink. Shape flowers and leaves. Attach pollens in the centers of some of the flowers. Sprinkle flowers with diamond dust. 

Die cut ornate border and pocket die and another one of delicate border basics die from white cardstock. Apply a layer of frosting powder on the edges of the borders and pattered paper. Attach borders onto box. Attach petunia card front and tags.

Then create a composition of flowers and leaves on the top. On the side bottom left side of the box make another composition of flowers. Add little sequins to the top of box to finish.

I hope you all will love this inspiration and
would love to hear your words.

Have A great Day!!!

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Beautiful Petunia

It's Heartfelt Creations Wednesday inspiration again with beautiful Classic Petunia ,
today i have tried to create simple card with Classic Petunia collection.
Here's the pix,

Products Used:

Other : Lindy’s magical-hot pink, plum, rhinestone swirls. Diamond Dust.
Instructions:  How to shape Petunia flower check here
Cards base measures 5.75”x8.5. Then another layer of cardstock measures 5.625x8.375. and then there is another half layer of petunia pattern paper with torn edges and on the rest of the area there is a splash of lindy’s magicals. At the bottom paste one die cut of classic border basic die. On the right side add one die of Raindrops of roses die behind the petunia pattern paper. On the left side there is a composition of petunia flowers. These gorgeous flowers made from Petunia stamp and die-cuts. Stamp, color them with Berrylicious ink and some in fern green ink, diecut and shape. Diecut, color and shape stamen and attach to flower centers. Sprinkle prills and diamond dust on the flowers. Stamp, color the leaves in fern green ink, diecut and shape. Attach flowers and leaves as shown. Sentiment is Added which is in the pattern paper and swirl rhinestones were added.

I hope you all will love this inspiration.
Have A Great Day!!!

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Fleur Border Petunia

Hello Dear Friends,
Today is Heartfelt Wednesday,
sharing another gorgeous card with classic petunia collection

Products used:
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles, 352854
Memento Dye Ink Pad - Lilac Posies, TSMP501
Memento Dye Ink Pad - New Sprout, TSMP704
Memento Dye Ink Pad - Bamboo Leaves, TSMP707
Memento Dye Ink Pad - Rich Cocoa, TSMP800
Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter, 85-glitter
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, HCST1-401
I Cannot Tell A Lilac Prills, ANC822
Small Classic Petunia Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3785
Small Classic Petunia Die, HCD1-7139
Classic Petunia Paper Collection, HCDP1-278

Other : Super fine Silver embossing powder, prills, Lindy’s magical,
Instructions: This Celebration card measures 6”x 8”. It’s a 3-fold card. I decorated the front of the card with Lilac colored flowers made from Large and Small Classic petunia stamp and die with Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter. Background of the front is made with Classic Petunia Bouquet  stamp and decorated using silver heat embossing powder and spread silver glitter. I also added some sequins and then gave the layers of some dies and used Petunia Basket  Stamp from Classic Petunia Bouquet set, and made composition of lovely flowers.
For the inside same steps were repeated with some paper borders and tags and sprinkles of colors using Lindy’s magical.  Card was finished with border dies to give the card a sparklingly celebration look. How to shape Petunia flower check here

I hope you all will get inspired 
Have A Great Day!!!

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Wonderful Day-Moveable Gift Card Box

Hello Dear Friends,
Move on over spring, and let summer begin…the new Classic Petunia Collection by Heartfelt Creations has arrived!  No flower signifies summer more than the large trumpet shaped blossom of the gentle petunia!  Surround yourself with memories of wandering through greenhouses filled to the brim with a multitude of varieties in every color, from solids to variegated, compact to blanketing and of course those showy hanging baskets and container gardens spilling over with these heat loving flowers! The becomingly illustrated cling stamp sets found within this collection will have you planning your very own garden themed paper crafts filled with trailing petunias, bountiful bouquets and lavish petunia filled hanging baskets.

Products Used

Other products: Gift box, Archival Ink-Fern Green, Stampendious Shabby pink embossing enamel, Distress Ink-Peeled Paint, Festive Berries, Gold embossing, prills, Diamond Dust, cheesecloth

Watch this tutorial to see how to shape the petunias 

To make this unique creation, I started with a box measuring 7.5” (width) x 10.5” (length) and 2.5” (height). Inside the box I created a tray which is fixed on the front side but has a free movement on the back side. I attached this free back side of the tray to the openable top and created a mechanism by which when the box is opened, the tray automatically lifts from the back side creating an inimitable imagery of the card placed inside the tray to pop up.

I covered the box using from the Classic Petunia Collection paper. Attach metal legs and corners to give the box a nice pedestal. Make a banner titled “WONDERFUL DAY”, fussy cut it and pasted it on the top of the box giving it a 3-dimensional look. Made a whole composition around the banner with cheese cloth,  flowers and butterflies – all fussy cut and randomly spread shabby pink embossing enamel. 

The top was then decorated with gorgeous flowers made from Petunia stamp and die-cuts. Stamp, color them with Berrylicious ink and some in fern green ink, diecut and shape. Diecut, color and shape stamen and attach to flower centers. Sprinkle prills and diamond dust on the flowers. Stamp, color the leaves in fern green ink, diecut and shape. Attach flowers and leaves as shown.

For the inside, covered the box inside and the moveable tray with the Classic Petunia Collection paper stack and fussy cut the images. At the inside moveable tray-I had used petunia border from Classic Petunia Bouquet with gold embossing powder. For the inside moveable tray designed a card measuring 4.5” x 7.25” decorated pattern paper. Also made a belly band measures 4.625” x .2” and spine .5” Pasted on the edges and covered the belly band by making another composition with flowers made from Large and Small Petunia flowers die and stamp and tags and pasted the die cut at the edge of the belly band. Inside the card I made 3 tags which can be removed. Tag can be replaced by a gift card or a photograph if required. The tags also have a pocket which can hold a memoir photo or a souvenir letter / message.

I Hope you all will love this work.
Have A Nice day!!!

Good Luck!

Hello Dear Friends,
Success is no accident. There are no secrets to success. A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, hard work and some good luck. Good luck wishes from your loved ones acts like a catalyst to your path of perseverance and persistence. It's like a message from our near and dear ones that we should work towards our goal with confidence and that we are in their thoughts always. Everyone of us need and need to give these positive vibes to our friends and family. And what better way than a personally designed tag which captures our vibrant emotions and inculcates a positive spirit in the person receiving this tag.

Today I have designed a GARDEN OF GOOD LUCK tag using a theme of Ivy Vines leaves from the Elizabeth Craft  Designs-SUSAN GARDEN collection.

For making this 'charming vibes' tag, I pasted circular background dies on the card stock and covered with Gesso. Sprinkled magicals from Lindy's and spread it using water to complete the base. On this base I created a theme of garden using Ivy Vines leaves. And behind the leaves added some mica flakes

The leave cut outs were finished by distressing and using peeled paint and pine needles.. The Garden theme was then highlighted by pasting a fence in front of the leafs composition. and Finally added the Good Luck!  sentiment. And added the jute ribbon to the tag.

I hope you all will love this creation.
Have A Great Day!!!

Do Visit Elizabeth Craft Designs for lovely products.

Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies Used:
Susan Garden-Garden Notes-Ivy Vine
Els van De Burgt Studio-Circle background
Iron Fence Pop-Up
Kids Choice Glue
Susan's-Garden Metal Tool
General Sentiments Clear Stamps

Other Supplies: Tim Holtz Distress Ink-Peeled paint, Pine Needles, Jute Ribbon, Lindy's Magicals, Mica Flakes-Henna.  Liquitex Gesso.

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Classic Rose Gift Basket

Hello Dear Friends,
I'm super excited today as i share my first post As a Design Team member for  my favorite brand
Heartfelt Creation-art from the heart. So here's my Classic Rose Gift Basket.

Other Products: White Cardstock, Archival Ink-Fern GreenWV, VioletWV, Scissors,
Water mister, Ribbon.
Instructions: Making outer basket : Take one sheet of pattern paper from Blushing Rose Collection and cut it size 10.5”(width) x12”(length). And score at .75”, 5”, 7”, 11.25” (across length of the pattern paper). Flip the pattern paper and score at 2.5’, 8” (across width of the pattern paper). Then distress the edges. Now fold all the scoring points.

Making inner basket : Make another diagonal score on the 2.5” flap made across the width. This diagonal score should start from 2.25” on the length side and would diagonally go across the flap end at 5”. By folding across the scoring point, inside basket would be created. 
Finishing : Once all the fold were done, start decorating it. On the top make  punch hole and tie a ribbon to make the top closure of the basket. On top paste the border cut from Elegant Border Basics using white cardstock. Cut two more borders from Classic Border Basics, and paste it on the centre of the box. Paste dry moss grass and then start pasting leafs cut and stamp fron the classic rose stamp and die randomly. Layer it with beautiful roses made from Classic Rose stamp and coordinating dies. You can check the tutorial for making roses

Put some candies and chocolates inside the basket and a “Thank You” or “With Love” sentiment  outside and use it for small give-away or return gift of a party.
I hope you all will love my work and do visit blog for more inspirations

Have A Nice Day!!!