Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Snowy Branches Cardinal Card

Heartfelt Creations is pleased to announce its release of the Festive Holly Collection.  This is what Heartfelt Creations has to say about its newest release:

"Festive Holly Collection Release Notes Celebrate the “holly-day” season with the new Festive Holly Collection by Heartfelt Creations! Charming and elegant, with a hint of a country feel, this festive collection is filled with heartwarming imagery of falling snow, towering pine trees, and beautiful wildlife all woven together with lavish illustrations of abundant holly and berry clusters! Immerse yourself in a paper collection revealing a traditional holiday color palette of rich reds and fir greens accentuated with sky blues, antique golds and crisp whites all melting together creating perfect backdrops to graceful background imagery of hand stamped post marks, floating music notes, delicate snowflakes, ribbon like swirls and lace like accents. A charming assembling of three delightful cling stamp sets boast enchanting illustrations of red feathered cardinals, abundant holly and berry clusters as well as an antique candle lit lantern and vintage wooden wheel all at the ready to be paired with the coordinating dies and transformed into exquisite dimensional Yuletide embellishments! An elegant, lacy decorative arch shaped die lends itself perfectly to create a breathtaking accent or die cut within your card front itself adding a touch of delightful holiday magic, while ornamental sleigh bells ready themselves to ring in the merriest of seasons! Join us as we prepare for the Christmas festivities with the new Festive Holly Collection!"

I created my Snowy Branches Cardinal Card featuring the beautiful Festive Holiday Die.


I used the branches from the cardinal image in the  Holly Berry Jingle Cling Stamp Set to add more branches to the image on the design paper.  Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear used with the Dries White Glue creates a nice snowy affect on the branches.


For more inspiration from the other Design Team members, please visit the Heartfelt Creations Blog. Have a great day!
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SNOWY BRANCHES CARDINAL CARD

Heartfelt Creations Products & Products Carried by HC:
Other Products:  Spellbinders Circles Die; Memento Dye Ink Pad - Love Letters; Art Glitter BK122 Mantis Glitter Mix; Want2Scrap 250 Count - Red Rhinestones; Want2Scrap 72 Count - Silver/Clear Rhinestones; Ranger Stickles - Yellow

Instructions:  Begin by creating an A2 sized card out of White Cardstock.  Next cut an A2 card front from the Festive Holly Paper Collection and die cut the center image using the coordinating Spellbinders Circles Die.  Adhere A2 Card Front directly to the white card base with Dries Clear Adhesive.  Die cut White Cardstock with the Festive Holiday Die and cut diecut in half.  Adhere the top part of Festive Holiday diecut to the top of the circular opening on the card front and adhere the bottom of the die cut to the bottom of the circular opening on the card front.  Then using pop dots adhere the circle diecut image to the center of the card front as shown.  With Tuxedo Black Ink on White Cardstock stamp the cardinal image from the Holly Berry Jingle Bell Stamp Set and die cut with the coordinating die.  Cut off all the berry branches on the left side of the cardinal die cut image and also at least one of the small branches on the right side of the cardinals.  Using Fantastix and the Dove Blender Pen as needed, color the branches with Rich Cocoa Memento Ink, the berries with Love Letters and Lady Bug Memento Inks and the leaves with New Sprout and Bamboo Leaves Memento Inks.  Shape branches with the Deluxe Flower Shaping tools and adhere to card front as shown with Dries Clear Adhesive. With Dries Clear Adhesive add Mantis Glitter to the leaves and with Dries White Glue add Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear Glitter to the branches and berries as desired to create snow.  Add Yellow Stickles to the cardinals beaks and adhere the Silver and Red Rhinestones as shown.
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