Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Cardinal Sympathy Card

Today I am sharing my Cardinal Sympathy Card featuring Heartfelt Creations Woodsy Wonderland Collection.


For more inspiration from the other members of the HC Design Team, please visit the Heartfelt Creations Blog.  Have a great day!

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CARDINAL SYMPATHY CARD



Other Products:  Spellbinders Classic Circles Die; Canvas Corp 12" x 12" Brown on Ivory Cardstock; White Cardstock; Curious Iridescent - Cryogen White; ColorBox Chalk Ink - Red Barn; Copics  R37, R39, E23, Y17, YG91, YG93, YG95; Art Glitter Ultrafine Transparent - Autumn Leaves; Want2Scrap 72 Count - Sage Green Pearls - Self Adhesive



Instructions:  Create a 6" x 6" side folding card base out of the Brown on Ivory Cardstock.  Next cut a 6" x 6" card front from the Woodsy Wonderland Paper and die cut the center image using the coordinating Spellbinders Classic Circles die.  Sponge edges and inside circle of 6” x 6” card front with Memento Toffee Crunch Ink and then adhere to card front with pop dots.   Adhere die cut circle directly to card base with Dries Clear Adhesive.  On White Cardstock, die cut with the label strip die from the Cut Mat Create 1A Die, using Northern Pine Ink stamp the "In Sympathy" sentiment from the Soar on Eagle's Wings Stamp Set.  Sponge edge of sentiment with Memento Rhubarb Stalk Ink and then fold edge over on left side of card and adhere to card front. On Cryogen White Paper with Tuxedo Black Ink stamp the cardinal from the Woodsy Critters Stamp Set and the leaves from the Woodsy Treescape Stamp Set and then die cut with the coordinating dies.   Color die cut leaves and cardinal with Copics.  Leaves – YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97; Cardinal – Bird R37, R39; Beak and Claws Y15 or Y17; Twig E23; Leaf YG95.  Shape leaves and cardinal with Flower Shaping Tools and adhere to card as shown. With Dries Clear Glue add Lichen Glitter to leaves and Autumn Leaves Glitter to cardinals.  Adhere Green Pearl to bottom right hand corner as shown.
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