Wednesday, August 22, 2012

HEARTFELT CREATIONS ORNAMENTAL LIGHT COLLECTION

I hope you are having a good week.  The girls are back in school and we are getting back into a routine.  It is feeling more like Fall here with cooler evenings and the girls marched in the band at the high school football game last Friday night.  I enjoy Summer, but I also enjoy the routine of Fall activities too.

I have two more projects this week to share with you from Heartfelt Creations.  I used the new Ornamental Light Collection.  The Frosty Blanket Collection paper in this release is so pretty and versatile. It can be used to create so many beautiful scrapbook layouts, cards or tags.


LANTERN TAG


NOEL CARD


I hope you enjoyed my projects this week and please make sure and check out all the other wonder projects the Design Team created on the HC Blog.  I have a few more projects to share next week from this collection too.  Hopefully this is inspiring you to start early on your Christmas cards this year!  Have a good week!



LANTERN TAG

Heartfelt Creations Products & Products Carried by HC:

HCPC 3488 - Decorative Metal Fixtures PreCut Set
HCPC 3493 - Yuletide Sentiments PreCut Set
HCDP1 225 - Frosty Blanket Paper Collections
Holiday Tag Shapeabilities

Other Products:
Paper: #8 size Manila Tag & Curious Iridescent - Cryogen White
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink - Walnut Stain; Memento Ink - Tuxedo Black
Copics: W5, W7, W9, R59, Y00, Y06
Embellishments: May Arts Seam Binding; Craftworks Cards Candi - Mr. & Mrs.; Brad; Smooch - Sundance & Illuminate

Instructions:
Begin by tracing around #8 size Manila Tag on HC Frosty Blanket Design Paper and cut out. Adhere to Manila tag base and use hole puncher to punch hole through Design Paper. Wrap burgundy seam binding around tag adhering with Scor-Tape and add seam binding to top of tag in hole. Next cut out tag with lace and lantern from Frosty Blanket Paper and stamp "have a warm . . . " sentiment from Yuletide Sentiments Set with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. Adhere cut out to tag. On Cryogen White Paper with Memento Ink stamp lamp and color with Copics. Die Cut with Holiday Tag Shapeabilities. Add brad to hole and adhere with pop dots on top of lantern on paper. Add Smooch to bulb. Finish by adding Craftworks Candi to bottom of tag.

 
NOEL CARD

Heartfelt Creations Products & Products Carried by HC:

HCPC 3492 - Noel Collage PreCut Set
HCPC 3415 - Petite Poinsettia PreCut Set
HCDP1 225 - Frosty Blanket Paper Collection
Layered Poinsettia Shapeabilities
Art Institute Glue - Dries Clear

Other Products:
Other Paper:  Bazzill; Curious Iridescent - Cryogen White
Ink:  Memento - Tuxedo Black
Copics:  E31, E40, E42, E43, E44, E47, E70, E71, R56, R59, B93, YG95, YG99, N5
Embellishments:  May Arts Ribbon; Viva Decor Glitter Pen - Gold

Instructions:
Start with a 12" x 6" piece of Bazzill cardstock and score on the 6" mark to create a 6" square card base.  Next adhere ribbon around the center of a 6" square piece HC Frosty Blanket Paper and then adhere to card base.  On Cryogen White Paper with Memento Ink stamp Noel Collage and color with Copics.  Matte on 5 3/4" x 4 1/2" burgundy Frosty Blanket Paper and adhere to card front.  Next stamp 6 small poinsettias and 2 of the next size poinsettias from the Petite Poinsettia Set on Cryogen White Paper and color with Copics.  Die cut with Layered Poinsettia Shapeabilities. Add poinsettias to card using Dries Clear Glue.  Add Gold Viva Decor Glitter Pen to flower centers.


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4 comments:

Marisa Job said...

Beautiful card and tag!! Love the colors too!!

Sarah said...

Candy, love your beautiful tag and card! So festive! Hugs

Caroline D. said...

Both your creations are Fantastic! I just love the lantern hanging from the lace on the tag. The Noel card will be a favorite of many... those poinsettias are gorgeous and how you colored the scene in the o looks like a photo!

Kathy said...

Both projects are beautiful, Candy! I love your flowers and colors! Those journal tags are wonderful for making tags and cards! Blessings! Kathy

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