Oct 25, 2017

Unfailing Love Tag: Heartfelt Creations

Hello friends and welcome to my blog today. We have a special release lined up today with Heartfelt Creations.  We are bringing you some stamens and long awaited foam paper.

I am so thrilled about the stamens, after purchasing from over seas, I am super excited to see that Heartfelt now has their own in stock and they sent me enough to last a life time :D

I am sharing a tag i created using the Petunia Flowers and vines from the classic rose.

I have played with Foamiran in the past, so being the Art Foam paper is a bit thicker, it took me a few tries to get it to work for me, now, i love it and i know i will be using it more

HC PRODUCTS USED                              
HCFS1 465 Art Foam Paper
HCS1 458 1 Bright Pear Small
HCD1 745 Luggage and Tag Die
HCD1 7157 Eyelet Oval and Basic large Die
HCPC 3763 Courage and Strength Cling Stamp Set
HCPC 3801 Simply Classic Cling Stamp Set
HCD1 7159 Simply Classic Die
HCPC 3786 Large Classic Petunia Cling Stamp Set
HCD1 7140 Large Classic Petunia Die
HCD1 7111 Classic Rose Vine Die
HCPC 3753 Classic Rose Vines Cling Stamp
PGM 15015 Rajni Chawlas Crystal Clear
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
HCST1-401- Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool Kit
HCDA2 450 Stack and Store Daubers

Other Products: 
Prima oil Pastels; Peeled Paint distress ink; Peacock Feathers Distress Ink; Antique Linen Distress Ink; Canson Water Color Paper; Neenah 80 white card; Versa Mark; Wow Embossing powder White; Scrapiniec Chipboard; Seam Binding; Gold Glimmer Mist; Peacock Glimmer Mist; Foam Adhesive; Hot Glue Gun, Glue Sticks; craft mat; heat tool; Glue Gloss; Baby Wipes; Manganese Blue  Archival Ink; Seam binding.

For more tips on creating with the Classic Rose collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo.
To see how to shape the petunia, watch the video at https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk.
PARAGRAPH:  Tag Base is 5x7 on canson water color paper; flag cut the top right and left corner. Do a smooshing technique to the tag by placing peacock feathers distress ink onto your mat, spritz with water, smear the tag over the ink and heat set, do this again to add some extra depth to the tag. Heat set the tag once more until dry.   Spritz your hand with water and shake onto the tag; lift off with a paper towel to create water marks. Using large oval die, cut out on canson water paper.  Do same  technique as above.  Using the spray from the simply classic set; randomly stamp the background of the tag with the spray using the versa mark ink, sprinkle white embossing powder over, shake off excess and heat set.

PARAGRAPH :  Stamp the Courage strength sentiment in center using versa mark, sprinkle white embossing powder on top and shake off excess; heat set.   Stamp and cut your large and medium large petunias on the art foam paper using Maganese Blue Archival Ink; do two sets of each size four times.  Color front and back using a baby wipe and prima pastel oil crayons. Lightly heat set with a heat tool and shape using molding mat and tool. Place one large and one small petunia together and pierce with piercing tool in Deluxe Kit; Cut two pearl white stamens in half and insert through center of foam flower. Use heat gun to attach in back.  I did use heat tool one more time after placing stamens in just to refresh the shape. Cut off excess stamen wire.

PARAGRAPH : Cut out two tags on canson water color paper using Luggage and Tag Die. Ink edges with peacock feathers and antique linen. I dabbed a bit of versa mark on the tag and brushed over with white embossing powder and heat set. Take a 10 inch piece of seam binding and color with antique linen distress ink, crinkle in hands and heat set.  Attach to the tags as shown. Stamp and cut using Coffee Archival Ink on canson water color paper two sets of the classic rose vine, color with peeled paint distress ink.  Lightly mold and cut each vine into three.  Assemble base of your card as shown.  Using foam tape to add dimension. Tuck in tags under the oval stamped image then attach to chipboard.  Attach this to card center. Detail with glue gloss and crystal clear powders.
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