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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

A wall plaque... yeap no Card today.

Hello all... this week I decide to create a wall plaque using something other than the cottage stamp and die from Heart Felt creation but instead a window die from a previous collection..make sense?
Well take a looksie...what you think???

yeap that is a window die, used with the cottage door and window form this months collection.  Below find a list of supplies and instructions,
Products used:
HCD1-7126 Wildwood Cottage Darlings Die
HCPC-3770 Wildwood Cottage Darlings Cling Stamp
HCPC-3771 Wildwood Cottage Cling Stamp
HCD1-7127 Wildwood Cottage Die
HCPC-3769 Wildwood Florals Cling Stamp
HCD1-7125 Wildwood Florals Die
HCD1-7100 Botanic Window Die
HCPC-3772 Wildwood Cottage Accents
“Wildwoods Cottage” Paper collection



Other products used: Stickles “star dust”, Spellbinders Grand Nestabilities “Grand Labels Four”, Memento “Tuxedo Black" to cottage accents, StampinUp! "Pink Passion,” to stamp and color in the flowers, and StampinUp! ink pad in color “Not quite Navy" to stamp doors and windows, “Forest Foliage” for the foliage, Tim Holtz Distress Markers in Walnut Stain, Spun Sugar, Hug Snug seam binding in pink, flat back pink beads and pink pearl beads.




1. This is a Wall hanging sign die cut with the Spellbinder dies. From kraft card stock and from the paper collection die cut 2 of from the biggest size die and one from the designer paper using the second sized die. Layer these on top of each other to make the wall hanging plaque.
2. This time I die cut the Bontanic Window from white card stock and used it as the cottage, the center of the window is cut from the designer paper.
3. Also stamp, color and die cut the adorable little door, you will have 2 to choose from, and several windows, die cut a window. Add them to your cottage, so now you have a complete cute little cottage! Die cut the HOME SWEET HOME sign and cute little wheel barrel color it in with the Distress Marker in Walnut, the bird bath is also stamped and die cut but colored in with the “Not quite Navy” ink pad.
4. Stamp, color and die cut the flowers and foliage, use the flat back beads as centers for the smaller flowers and use the pink pearl beads on the bigger flowers.
5. Adhere the window to the plaque, the doors and windows and all the flowers. Die cut the fairy from the paper collection using the fair die and adhere her to the bottom right corner of the plaque. Arrange all the flowers and bird bath around the cottage. Stickle add a Treasured tag to complete the look.
6. Punch two holes on the plaque, pull the seam binding through and tie a cute bow.

Thank you so very much for stopping by...
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and as always...





Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Heartfelt Wednesday... a big card this time...

HI!! ohhh you are going to love this Woodlands collection! This week I worked with the cottage...its soo cute and there are endless possibilities on what to create...just go check out the other talented ladies in the design team!  but first look at my card ... lol
This was fun to create...

here are the supplies and instructions...
Products used:
HCD1-7126 Wildwood Cottage Darlings Die
HCPC-3770 Wildwood Cottage Darlings Cling Stamp
HCPC-3771 Wildwood Cottage Cling Stamp
HCD1-7127 Wildwood Cottage Die
HCPC-3769 Wildwood Florals Cling Stamp
HCD1-7125 Wildwood Florals Die
“Wildwoods Cottage” Paper collection

Other products used: Stickles “star dust”, Spellbinders Nestabilities “Nobel Rectangle”, Memento “Tuxedo Black” to stamp the fairy, StampinUp! “Ruby Red” to stamp and color in the flowers, and color “Not quite Navy to stamp doors and windows, “Forest Foliage” for the foliage, Copic Marker in E00 “skin white” for the fairy’s face, white card stock.
This is a big card; the base is 5x7 made from white cardstock.
1. Die cut the outer frame from the Nestabilities die also from the white card stock. This particular die cut set, will only cut the intricate parts and the center, I had to fussy cut the outer edges to get the frame. [I didn't have the outer die to do this with]. Use this same die on a sheet from paper collection, I used blue, you will only use the inside of this die cut.

2. Die cut the cute cottage from the paper collection; there is a brick themed sheet that works really well for this project. Die cut the roof from a contrasting color and adhere it to the cottage. 
3. Now stamp, color and die cut one fairy, [you get 3 to chose from] then do the same for the flowers and the foliage, put these flowers together.
4. Also stamp, color and die cut the adorable little door, you will have 2 to choose from, and several windows, die cut 2 windows. Add them to your cottage, so now you have a complete cute little cottage!
5. Cut a 4.7 x 6.75 panel from the paper collection and adhere it to the card base, over this panel adhere the outer white frame and the blue insert you had previously cut. Now layer the cottage on the card and adhere the fairy on the left hand bottom portion of the card.
6. Outline the card with the flowers and foliage and add your sentiment on the opposite side. I chose, "Friendships in bloom", it's pre-printed on the paper collection.
Add flat back beads to the flower centers and stickles and you're done.

Thanks so much for stopping by and visit
 Heartfelt Creation Blog for more inspiration!!
and as always...



Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Heartfelt Note Cards and Envelopes

yay..Wednesday again...and again I have a very simple Heartfelt Creation project.  This time I made 3 quick note cards with envelopes.  This type of project is fun and easy to make and so handy to have note cards ready.



The following is are the instructions and supply list...

3 Notecards with Envelopes

Products Used:
HCPC-3770 Wildwood Cottage Darlings Clear Stamps
HCD1-7126 Wildwood Cottage Darlings Die Sets
Wildwood Cottage paper collections

Other products used, Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 1, Stickles, Whites and light blue card stock, Recollections light pink flat back beads, markers Copic E00 and E11 for skin color on the fairies, RV00 and RV113 for the dresses, 009 Honey Yellow for the fairies hair, "Mowed Lawn"- Tim Holtz distress.

Hello, these instructions are for 3 note cards, with envelopes.

The card base is 4x4 made from the white card stock.

Cut 3 from the largest of the Spellbinders Nestablilites labels 1 out of light blue card stock, 3 from the next size down out of the Wildwood cottage paper collection, and 3 from the next size down also from the color collections. I chose some pretty pink. Layer these on top of each other, you should have 3 layers panels.

Now stamp, color and die cut one of each of the adorable fairy images, add Stickles for that added touch.
Adhere a fairy in each of the panels and adhere it all to the card base.

From the paper collection, die cut 3 sentiments...and add to each note card.

I made the envelopes using the We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board, there are many video on Youtube showing you how to use this tool.  These cards are 4x4 so the envelopes will use a 6 7/8 x 6 7/8 square sheet of white card stock.

After each envelope was complete, I stamped the front with the cute mushroom stamp in "Mowed Lawn"- Tim Holtz distress ink.

The cards fit perfect in each envelope.

That's it, quick, simple, cute note cards.

Thanks for watching... and as always...


Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Today is -- Heartfelt 2017 Wednesday

Hello. I have been MIA, had a rough last few months, but that is a story for later...today it's all about the crafts. I made this cute puppy card with the awesome Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies.
I hope you enjoy and that you're inspired to create...


Products Used:
HCPC-3644 Birds and Bloom Cling Stamp
HCD1-757  Leafy Branch Craft Die
HCD1-756  Birds and Bloom Craft Die
HCD1-7120 Border Die
HCCF1-443-3 4.25 X 5.5 Foldout Cards Kraft
Designer Collection "Pampered Pooch"

Other products used: Blick Studio markers 075 Terra Cotta, 068 Saffron, 014 Canary Yellow, Memento Tuxedo black, foam tape, black card stock, Stickles, "The Paper Studio -flat back pearls" for flower centers.

Use one of the Foldout Kraft card, and cover it with the designer paper. 
From the black cardstock using the border die cut enough to edge all the card tops.

Stamp, color and die cut the flowers. I used two petals per flower and glued them on the upper edges of the cards.

Also fussy cut sentiments to glue on the front, center and back of card. Also, fussy cut the cute pre-printed puppy in the crate, from the designer paper and adhered him to the front of the card.
A little Stickles ... you're done.

Thanks so much for stopping by 
and as always...