Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday 6-22-11 Once Upon A Time

My oh My, how the months are flying by...So are the years...Seems like only yesterday that I was blowing on dandelions and making wishes...Some of those dreams I made as a child have come true for me. Well, while in Colorado, I got the chance to wish again...Thank You Krissy, for taking the photo's with my camera.
Heartfelt Creations has the prettiest set called the Perfect Petal Collection. I used Lily stamp to create these flowers. And with 6 different sizes, you can mix and match so well. The leaves are also so beautiful and are the Distressed Leaves set.
Dont forget to visit the Heartfelt Creations Blog to see what the rest of the design Team has in store for your creative inspiration. And wait until you see the July 13th reveal of the new stamp set collection..Can I say Gorgeous?????!!!!
I just got a peek at whats coming in the mail and I am STOKED!!!!

Title cut with my Cricut Expression.

Just closeups of the leaves and flowers. Tutorial post is below...

HCPC 3315 Lily Petals PreCut Set
HCD 704 Perfect Petals Die
472117 Nested Leaves Nestabilities
HCPC 3376 Distressed Leaves PreCut Set

Martha Stewart Wild Flowers Punch Around The Page, punch Martha Stewart Garden gate Deep Edge Punch, EK Success edge punch, Cricut Expression, Storybook Cart, Recollection pearls, sewing machine, Glimmer Mist, Colorbox, chalk ink, Plaid puffy paint, McGill Starburst punch, Rock Candy Stickles.

Punched around the page of 12 x 12 pink cardstock. Cut down patterned paper to 9.5 x 9.5 and sewed it to the punched background using a zig zag stitch. Cut a 4 x 8 piece of pink card stock and punched both long sides with garden gate punch and adhered to left side of patterned paper. The flowers were created using the Perfect petals Lily stamp. Use 6 petals for each flower. I created a Lily Flower Tutorial for Heartfelt Creations to follow step by step to create the flowers. When the flowers are complete, place a pearl in the center of each flower. The leaves were sprayed with green glimmer Mist in 2 colors and the accent color was painted on with pink Glimmer Mist, using the same color the flowers were sprayed with. arrange the flowers and leaves onto the punched strip of card stock. Adhere a decorative edge punched strip to top and bottom of photo and tuck photo into middle of page as shown. The title was cut with a Cricut Expression using the Storybook Cartridge at 2.5 inches, sprayed with Glimmer Mist and adhered to page as shown. 3 butterflies were printed on card stock, cut out, applied Rock Candy Stickles, and placed in random places on page.


  1. gorgeous ...love that photo and the flowers are stunning Lisa :)

  2. love how you did the a very simple, almost fairy like look! beautiful!

  3. I just discover your gorgeous blog and love it!!!!!!!!!!!
    your cards are wonderful and you have amazing tutorials!

  4. WOW! Those flowers are gorgeous!!!! Well, the whole page, the flowers just jump out at ya!!

  5. You out did yourself with this one! Took my breath away. Just gorgeous.

  6. Outstanding! What a clever title and photo combination! I always enjoy seeing your fabulous creations!

  7. Beautiful layout. I love the flowers you made, they are stunning. Thanks for the inspiration. I think I can finally finish my gradution page.

  8. one of my new faves of yours - gorgeous layout

  9. Stunning layout Lisa, loved the tutorial on these flowers. TFS

  10. Beautiful, as always your flowers are just amazing!

  11. So, pretty! Love the flowers! I have my 2yr blog anniversary candy up? Who knows twice could be nice....lol
    Hugz, Z

  12. One LO is more stunning than the next one. You are just a fabulous scrapqueen!!!!!

  13. oh Lisa.... This page is so beautiful!!!!!! I love that photo and i LOVE your gorgeous flowers!!!!


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