Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Tea light holder



So its Wednesday again and I am so thrilled to be sharing
the first project of my second term for Heartfelt Creations.


PLEASE NOTE YOU CANNOT USE
A REAL FLAME IN THIS PROJECT
IT IS ONLY FOR BATTERY TEA LIGHTS

Check out the Heartfelt blog there is some 
really amazing inspiration there!
Click on the pic below.

Heartfelt Creations


To make this Tea light holder I used the following:
HCD 753 Classic Sunflower Die
HCPC 3626 Classic Sunflower Stamp
HCDP1 247 Sunflower paper pad
452071 Lacey Circles dies
HCD 713 Decorative Lace Border die
459222 Blossom Tool set
452255 Grand Calibur

Other Products Used : White card, Beads, glue, brown ink, Wild honey and 
scattered straw distress inks, hot glue, ribbon, battery tea light.

Die cut two of the Lace Border dies in white card and adhere them together
to form a cylinder. Die cut the largest Lacy Circle die. Adhere the die
cuts to the circle with hot glue. Cut a strip of paper from the pad 1"x 11"
and adhere around the bottom of the die cuts. Cut a length of ribbon and adhere
over the paper. Cut a ticket and butterflies from the paper pad and
Make your flowers I have a tutorial here 
Adhere the flowers, butterflies and ticket to your tea light holder and your 
project is complete.

9 comments:

  1. Liz, I loved this when I saw it on HC blog - it is absolutely beautiful. I'm so pleased you have another term with them as your work combined with their papers, stamps and dies are a match made in heaven to me! I'll be having a go at making some of these later today! Pat x

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  2. Wow Liz, this is fantastic! I love that lacy die, I just received it myself and it's a great way to use it!! Such a thrill to be on the DT with you!! I'm so looking forward to the year!! Hugs, Anne

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  3. Liz, this is a fabulous creation! Such a neat idea!
    Hugs,
    Tracey

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  4. beautiful Liz!!! Love the flowers and butterflies around it.

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  5. So fabulous Liz! Glad to be working alongside you again this term! Hugs!!

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  6. what an awesome project, love it

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  7. I just love the way your mind works! This is so beautiful and creative!

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  8. Wow Liz! This is an Amazing little project. Beautiful and Creative way in using the die. You are an inspiration.

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