Aug 19, 2014

★ Sentiment Painters Tray-Heartfelt Creations

I am continuing today with the new release Festive Christmas from Heartfelt Creations and I have a Sentiment Painters Tray to share with you, some of the sentiments in this collection i thought, would make an awesome wall project, or even to display on a plate rack.



After Painting the white painters tray black and misting it with Radiant Rain, i got to work cutting 9 sets of Poinsettias.


I used the tags from the tag sheet in this project, love how this turned out!


This collection is fabulous and if you are one to create your own cards or any Christmas project, this is a must need!

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Festive Christmas Paper Collection

HCPC 3620- Festive Christmas Precut Set
HCPC 3622 O Little Town Precut Set
HCPC 3624- Festive Christmas background Precut Set
HCD 745-Luggage and Tag Die
HCD 712- Bella Rose Die
125156 Layered Poinsettia Die
311061 Poinsettia Dewdrops
ANC 850 Spring Prills
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
159223 Paper Blossom Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossom Tool Kit
4252255 Spellbinders Grand Calibur

Other Materials: Aged Mahogany distress ink; Viva Champagne Ice; red,white and vanilla cardstock. Creative Embellishments Photo Corners chipboard. Radiant Rain Solar Gold. 7 Gypsies Painters Tray. May Arts Ribbon
Instructions: Using Poinsettia die cut out 9 sets of poinsettias, ( I only used the largest die on three of the sets) mold, adhere together and dab over with Champagne Ice from Viva. Set dewdrops in centers of some of the poinsettias and yellow Prills in others. Select one of the papers in the Festive Collection, I used the one that had the lantern on it and cut it in such a way that the images on the pager would be in the background of the tray for added detail. Using Tag Die, cut out all tags in collection including some of the smaller tags as shown in project. Cut out your chosen sentiments, ovals, and then mat on cardstock. On one of the tags ink the Festive Ornaments stamp with red mahogany distress ink, but only ink the image in bottom right corner ( Merry Christmas ornament) and stamp onto tag. stamp out "For Unto Us" sentiment from O Little Town Precut set onto vanilla cardstock, light ink edges. Ink Festive Background Precut Set only in bottom corner image where Christmastime crest is onto white cardstock cut for tray size. Continue to layer tags and sentiments with foam adhesive into painters tray. using Creative Embellishments Photo Corner chipboard, colour with red mahogany distress ink, spritz with radiant rain solar gold, use larger one on outside edges where larger poinsettias are and smaller ones on tags as shown in image. to handle attach large red toille ribbon in bow.

7 comments:

  1. Karan, this is amazing. So many stunning details.

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  2. Karan, your printer's tray is really lovely! Those poinsettias are gorgeous....worth all that die cutting! LOL

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  3. Absolutley gorgeous!!!!

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  4. Beautiful Christmas tray, Karan! I love how you used the dp and flowers to decorate it! Blessings! Kathy

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  5. Beautiful painters tray Karan!! Love all those beautiful Poinsettias!

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  6. This is a beautiful project Karen! Great details!

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Thank you for dropping by today I really appreciate your comments.

Karan