Aug 19, 2015

Bunches of Apples - Heartfelt Creations

Hello and welcome back to my blog.  Today it is Inspiration Wednesday and I have a card to share with you using the Farmers Market Collection from Heartfelt Creations.  The stamp images in this collection are fabulous to colour and that is what i have done with this project.


I used the distress markers to colour these images and i love how this turned out. 


Bunches of Apples

Other Materials: Distress Markers in Peeled Paint; Scattered Straw, Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo, Brushed Corduroy; Barn Door, Wink of Stella Clear; A2 Border Die; A2 Divine Eloquence;  Labels Twenty eight Die; White Card, Java Brown Card; Canson Water Colour Paper. Trinket Pin; Gold ribbon,  gold thread. 

Instructions: Card base is 6.5 x 6" this is including the A2 Border Die cut as well.  Stamp The HCPC 3690 Apple Basket image onto canson water paper with Black Memento Ink.  Colour with markers, then die cut out with Labels Twenty Eight.  With die in place, use antique linen to go around edges of die and blend colour into image to create a vintage look. Stamp the apple bunches image out three times, colour each image with barn door and peeled paint.  Blend with water brush.  Cut ou one full image for base, and then cut our different parts of the apples and leaves on other images to create a different layers . Cut out A2 borders die on white cardbase (6.5x6"} and back with Java brown. Cut out A2 Divine on white card, mat apple basket image on top with foam tape. Mat on Java,  then on white and onto the border base. Be sure to wrap ribbon around before adhering to base tie in bow, attach button and trinket pin.  Adhere apple bunches to bottom corner as shown. Go over parts of image with wink of stella clear to add extra detail. 

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful Karan!! Love your use of the die cuts.

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  2. Yum! I feel as though I could take a crunchy bite right out of those apples! Love this card!

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  3. Hi...The frame brings out the beauty of this card. love it! Hugs

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  4. Beautiful... Love the use of die cuts & the dimension on apples :)

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