Wednesday, 9 June 2021

Palatial Clematis


How are you on this beautiful June Wednesday morning?

Today's the day Heartfelt Creations- Climbing Clematis Collection becomes available to everyone! We all love the look of elegant clematis climbing up the trellis, adding that unique feature to our flower gardens. But it can be difficult to capture that look with our papercrafting, leaving our floral projects feeling… incomplete. Remove the stress and struggle of getting your climbing clematis just right and start making your floral projects “grow” with ease with the NEW Climbing Clematis Collection! Here's my inspiration for today...

Products Used:
Clematis Die, HCD1-7355

Other Products: White cardstock, Archival Ink Pad-Violet, Big-Shot Machine, Gold Beads.

Instructions: Card size 6” x 6”. Take pattern paper from the collection HCDP1-2128 Climbing Clematis Paper Collection, distress the edges and adhere it on card base.

Cut HCD2-7349 Palace Gateway Die 2x on white cardstock and one on pattern paper. Total three die cuts. Adhere using foam tape, as pictured.

Stamp some clematis flowers and leaves images from HCPC-3954 Clematis Cling Stamp Set on Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper using archival ink- Majestic Violet and Library Green. Cut them with coordinating die HCD1-7355. Color them using archival ink-majestic violet, violet, leaf green and for leaves using leaf green, library green and touch of majestic violet. Shape them using HCFB1-5006 3D Clematis Shaping Mold and use groove tool also to give some more dimension. And for the centres, color these petals with leaf green and on the edges color them with majestic violet and fringe cut them. Add two layers of fringe petals, then sprinkle crystal clear glitter using Designer Dries Clear Adhesive. (For bigger flowers, total of four flowers are made.) For middle size clematis flowers centres, add one layer of fringe petals. And for smaller clematis flower, add some gold beads and then sprinkle crystal clear glitter using Designer Dries Clear Adhesive.

Arrange these flowers and leaves as pictured.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, wow, wow Shalini!!! Your clematis are absolutely gorgeous! I love the beautiful colors.