Wednesday 28 March 2018

Heartfelt Creations/Sweet Peony Collection/Praying for you card

Hello Crafty Peeps!!!

Here is my 3rd project for Heartfelt's design team Call 2018(final round).
This time I create a simple card with cool color. I made peony rose for this card. I really love the simplicity of this card.

Products used:
Small Sweet Peony cling stamp setHCPC 3819
Small Sweet Peony die HCD1 7173
Sweetheart border die HCD17161
Rajni Chawla's Frosting powder PGM15015
Banners of love cling stamp set HCPC 3803
Banners of love die HCD1 7160
Other products:
Aquamarine archival, Chipzeb,Micro mini pearls, water droplets,distress oxide broken China, white cord

For more tips on creating flowers with Sweet Peony collection, watch the tutorial

For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial

Instructions: The ready side fold card measures 51/4"×71/2". To create the cardbase, cut a piece of white cardstock measuring 10.5" × 7.5" and score at 51/4" on the longer side. Distress the card base with distress oxide (broken china), this distressing should be done diagonally as shown in pic. Create a score panel which is 4" wide. Cut 2 pc of decorative border using sweetheart border die and glue them on both side of score panel . Adhere the scored panel on to the card base using foam tape to add dimension. Stamp the flowers from Small Sweet Peony stamp using aquamarine archival ink. Color the flowers with same color and shape them with ball tool. Make a bow with white cord. Glue the bow , chipzeb and flowers using hot glue as shown in the pic. Stamp a sentiment using aquamarine archival and cut with co-ordinating die. Adhere the sentiment using foam tape . Glue the water droplets using clear dry glue. For the finished look add frosting powder on the chipzeb and micro mini pearls on the flowers using glue that dries clear.
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