Dec 2, 2015

Flip Fold Shoe - Heartfelt Creations

Hello and welcome back to another fabulous inspiration Wednesday with Heartfelt Creations.  Today i am sharing a card using the brand new Flip Fold inserts. I wanted to show you the versatility of them as they are not just for albums.  They are perfect for cards too.

here is the flip folds in this package

front view

flower details

Flip Fold Shoe
HCDP1-260-All Glammed Up Paper Collection
HCD1774-All Glammed up Shoe Die
HCFP1-434-1-FlipFold Black
HCD1-760 Delightful Daisy Die
HCPC-3656 Delightful Daisies Cling Stamp Set
HCD2 750-Cut Mat Create 1B Die
ANC 852 Bright Ideas Prills
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
HCST1-401- Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool Kit

Other Materials: Gold Foil Cardstock; white cardstock; black cardstock; Embossing Ink, gold Embossing Powder;  Aged Mahogany Distress Ink; Peeled Paint Distress Ink; wink of stella clear; diamond stickles.

Instructions: Search in the paper collection for the paper that has the large shoe in the corner.  Using the Glammed Up Shoe Die, cut out the shoe.  Take the rest of the paper from that same sheet and cut it to fit the 434-1 black flip fold. Stamp Cut and Mold 5 sets of the Delightful Daisies, colour with aged mahogany distress ink.  Mold two roses from two sets and with the rest of the flowers, add prills to center. Stamp and Cut two additional sets and colour, these will be for the shoe. Using Gold Foil cardstock cut out four cut mat and create small swirl die.  Stamp and cut three sets of the Delightful Daisies leaves on white cardstock with forest moss distress ink, colour with peeled paint distress ink.  On black cardstock cut out a Regal Border and attach to back of black flip fold. Looking at pattern paper, adhere dries clear adhesive and sprinkle gold prills to small border as shown and shake off excess. Adhere flowers to shoe, attach pattern paper to flip fold, and adhere flowers as shown.  Tuck in leaves under flowers as shown in sample. Detail flowers and leaves with wink of stella clear and diamond stickles, let dry. 
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