Monday, June 26, 2017

Have a Beautiful Day


Wishing you all a beautiful day!
Just thought I'd do a quick post and share this card 
I made for a friend.

I LOVE making this card! Lol I have made a few
using different decorations now!





Mmm..... which one do you like best? 
I like the Kraft card it looks different made like that! 

Have a great day!!!

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Use one Stamp & Die to make some fun projects


Just a few of the ways I used the Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag die and stamp set
on my Facebook Live today for Heartfelt Creations!
Re-watch the video for some crafty tips and ideas HERE

Yes it's from a Christmas collection BUT it is so versatile and can be used
for so many many things!

I used the tag die as the closure on my envelope box below!


It's a perfect fit with the Classic Wedding Collection!
I'm thinking wedding favors, confetti boxes, name places, tags
cards, gift card holders....... it's endless!

I haven't got to make it yet but if you cut several of the tags out as cards
you can adhere them together to make a concertina tag card and decorate
with special messages on each side for the bride and groom!

The stamp lends itself to so many uses too! I used it with the emboss
resist technique but you could use it as backgrounds stamping small areas of it!
And of course it will work well with our Christmas collection this year too (Wink)

Have a fabulous day, will you be getting crafty today?
I hope so! Have fun!

Friday, June 16, 2017

Purse Envelope/Notelet Holder Tutorial


As promised on my Facebook Live last weekend the tutorial
for this project is now on the Heartfelt Creations blog HERE.

Create a project you can give a s a gift or sell at a craft fair! This purse is so versatile you can use it as a notelet holder or as add a wow factor and use it as an envelope to give a hand delivered card in! The measurements are different but the process is the same, follow this step by step tutorial to create both options! Have the purse ready to decorate in 20 mins!

Here is another sample for your inspiration using the Wildwood Cottage collection!


Make it as a notelet set or use smaller dimensions to fit a card!


If you are hand delivering a card add an extra wow and create this purse to 
fit a card using the card fronts from the paper pad.

 


Here is another other purse for your inspiration too using the Flowering Dogwood collection!
  


Just have fun being crafty! 

Supplies used for the Classic Petunia notelets:

Other supplies: White card, Circle punch/die



Wednesday, June 14, 2017

EZ coloring tips for the Classic Wedding collection


It's Heartfelt Wednesday and we have a new release today!
Yay, I'm so excited for the Classic Wedding collection!

I put together a very very quick card as I wanted
to do a tutorial on an EZ way to colour the bride and groom for you!
Sometimes with new collections it can be daunting to know just where to
begin for your colouring. I still get the jitters when I pick up
my alchohol markers .............! 


Step 1: Stamp the image in black ink onto white card
and using a precision dauber colour the  bouquet with Brilliance Coral ink.


Step 2: Using silver ink and the precision dauber add some shading 
to the folds of the dress and the waistline.


Step 3: Colour the brides hair. As it is under a veil
don't colour it too heavily, keep it light so it looks
as though it is under the veil. I used a Dove Blender pen for this
with the Toffee Crunch ink.


Step 4: I added a little of the pink shading to the silver areas.
But not much! Using the fine tip with the dries clear glue follow the 
fold lines of the dress and veil and add dots on the bouquet and then cover in glitter.
Shake away the glitter and leave to dry.


Use your images on your wedding projects and have lots of crafty fun!

Click HERE for the whole wedding collection from Heartfelt Creations.








Saturday, June 10, 2017

Decorated 3D envelopes



It's Fathers Day next weekend, so I thought I would make 
a fun decorated envelope that you can hand deliver a card in!
You can watch me on Heartfelt Creations Facebook HERE make this too!


Step 1: Using paper from the paper pad cut a piece of paper  6 1/4" x 10 3/4".
Top Tip: Cut and adhere another piece of paper to the back for a contrasting effect


Step 2: Score along the 10 3/4" side of the paper at 3/4", 5", 5 3/4" and 10"


 Step 3: Turn the paper around and score at 3/4"


Step 4: Cut between the score lines at either end in the centre along the base.

Step 5: Using a circle punch or die cut a semi circle from the centre of the front of the purse.

 Step 6:  Fold along all the score lines and adhere the base and side of the purse.

Step 7: Die cut a Tag (If you have used another piece of paper for a
contrasting effect cut another tag and adhere to the back of the first one)


Step 8: Score at 1/2" and 1 1/4" along the tag with the straight end of the tag
and fold along the lines.


Step 9: Adhere the 1/2" scored section to the inside of the back
of the envelope and ink all the edges,

Step 10: Make the flowers, I have a tutorial HERE to make them and
stamp, cut and colour the leaves.


Step 11: Die cut the pocket for the back and the tags and sentiment.
Adhere to the envelope along with the flowers and leaves.


Step 12: Cut a darker piece of paper from the pad at 4 1/4" x 1 1/2"
and a blight blue piece at 4 1/4" x 1 1/4".
Adhere the darker one to the envelope and then using 3D pads
adhere the light blue top.

Step 13: Stamp and die cut the Sentiment and adhere the flowers and leaves
to the front of the envelope.

Tip If you want to mat and layer the tags at the back of
the envelope the Luggage and Tags die layers perfectly with the
Tag from the Snow Kissed collection!


Instead of having a tag as a closing mechanism on the envelope turn it into
a bag, perfect for more feminine projects or weddings!
I have a tutorial coming soon for a notelet holder this way that you
can make as a gift or to sell too! They are a little bigger than this!


Just have fun being crafty! 


Other supplies: White card, Circle punch/die, Beads


Monday, June 05, 2017

Making Botanical Roses


I was asked how I made the flowers for my Photo Box project,
so I thought I would make a quick tutorial post!


Step 1: Stamp the Botanical Rose flower in brown ink and die cut with the 
Botanical Wings die. Colour the flower centres with ColorBox Harvest ink
and the outer of the petals with ColorBox Berrylicious ink. 

For each flower you will need two layers of the same size and one smaller
for the centres of the flowers.


Step 2: Ink the edges of the petals to create shading with the 
ColorBox Berrylicious ink.


Step 3: For the two larger layers. Mist the back of the petals and using the
  Flower Shaping Tools  shape the back of the flower.


Step 4: Turn the flower over and shape around the edge of the centre
to bring the petals upwards.


Step 5: For the smaller centre of the flower, colour the backs of the petals and
shape from the front of the petals in a straight motion to bring the flower inwards. 


Step 6: Adhere the layers together so the petals overlap the gaps on each layer.


Step 7: To make smaller individual flowers use the smaller flowers and snip
with scissors along the lines on the back.


Step 8: Turn the flower over to the back and mist and shape.


Step 9: Tun the flower to the front and using a small shaping tool 
shape the centres so the petals come upwards.


Step 10: Adhere Prills to the flower centres. Stamp, colour, cut and shape
the Classic Rose Vines to go with your flowers.


All that is left to do now is use them on your projects!
Have fun! 

Saturday, June 03, 2017

Photobox Tutorial


Oooh I had fun making this! 
Do you remember the plastic photo cubes that were popular in the 80's?
This is what inspired me to make this project! 
It's a project perfect for a gift or for your own home decor!

The pictures are of my girls, bless them, It's great as I can turn the bx 
around and easily see different photos each day!


I decorated the top but you could add a photo here too if you wanted to!
See how you can make this project too HERE on the Heartfelt Creations blog.

Have lots of fun making these!
Crafty Hugsxxx