Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday July 27th

Welcome to another Heartfelt Creations Wednesday! I just can't seem to get enough of the new Botanicals Collection of stamps and coordinating Spellbinders dies. I see soooo many possible ways to get different flowers. So here is another version using the collection. The butterflies and the Lace border are also Heartfelt Creation Exclusive dies made by Spellbinders. Go visit the blog to see more beautiful creations by the creatively fabulous design team. You will surely be inspired. I know I am. The beautiful sweetheart in the LO is Ashli, Krissy's (owner of Swirlydoos) most adorable daughter. She was so cute posing for me in an impromptu Photo shoot in her backyard.

Here is a closeup of the flowers. I wanted to create wild roses and this is what I came up with.

Yet another closeup but more of a side view.

I painted the foam letters with Lumiere paint and it left a wonderful kind of texture on it. The butterflies were die cut and I layered 2 of them and added the pearls for the body.

Here is how I created the layout.

12 x 12 layout

HCD 713 Decorative Lace Border Die

HCD 702 Decorative Butterfly-Bprder Diecuts

Other Products

Kaisercraft paper

Mcgill star punch

Glimmer Mist

Seam Binding

Archival Ink

Prima Mask

Chalk Ink

Lumiere paint

Glitz letter stickers

Instructions

Cut the floral piece of paper using a scalloped curvy shape all along the edges. Ink and slightly spray the edges of paper and distress all along the edge, tearing into and curling some of the scallops showing the backside of the paper in parts. Wrinkle the 2 corners slightly and go over the corners with ink distressing further. Adhere the paper to the background paper. Die cut the Lace Border and adhere towards the bottom of page slightly offset. Tie ribbon around bottom of photo and adhere to page as shown slightly offset as well. Create you flowers by die cutting and stamping different sizes, then wet distress by wrinkling and curling the petals slightly inward towards the center, then stack flowers 2 or 3 at a time. Punch 4 star shapes and layer them on top of one another then scrunch them up to form puffy stamen. Adhere each to the middle of flowers. Die cut leaves and stamp. Arrange the leaves and flowers in clusters to your liking around the page. The butterflies were die cut and I layered 2 of them and added the pearls for the body. Place on layout. Paint chip board letters and place the title on either side of the photo as shown. Place the tiny sticker letters above the word WILD as part of the title.


15 comments:

Shona said...

gorgeous Lisa, love the flowers and what a beautiful photo :)

Blossom inch said...

this is absolutely beautiful! love those flowers and leaves and this is stupendous and beautiful layout!

Sandi Smith said...

Hi Lisa,
I always look forward to Wednesdays to see your beautiful creations! Sooo beautiful and the flowers are gorgeous!

Lisa aka Raining said...

Sigh...I see I now need to buy those stamps. Stop doing this to me. ;)

Jan said...

Such a super sweet LO and love all the detail! The flowers are so pretty and look great the way you've curled them to perfection :)

sixofone said...

Fantastic. I luuurve the flowers. The layout is just suoercalifragelisticexpialedocious. And thanks for the instructions

Lisa Lynne said...

Just beautiful! Your flowers are amazing

thestampingbug said...

Oh this is so beautiful! I love the colors and the double sided paper you used for the stunning roses! LOVE LOVE LOVE it. Kerry

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Those flowers are to die for! Just so real looking. Love it!

Sue W said...

Lisa your scrapbook pages are to die for! I love all the flowers, butterflies and paper lace you use......What better way to show these amazing HC products!

Olga said...

Lisa those flowers are just breathtaking!!!!! They look so real!!!!

Angelica said...

This layout is so pretty, those flowers are gorgeous.

marsha said...

Just beautiful Lisa, I love your flowers and your gorgeous subject!
Hugs,
Marsha

Moni said...

Gorgeous project, love all details. Hugs;moni

chris c, said...

well ~~~ I should have remained an admirer of your heartfelt creations and left it at that.. I realized this when the stamps arrived I knew I could not cut out with precision and found out about the machine that can be bought.to cut out those beautiful blooms....and the stamps are not returnabe unless defective. My fault for not checking it out thoroughly.....