Heartfelt Creations is pleased to introduce the Christmas Cheer Collection.The collection features 14 new precut stamp sets that coordinate with one new exclusive Heartfelt Creations die manufactured by Spellbinders and existing Spellbinder dies. The possibilities with the classic images in this collection are absolutely endless. I can see how much I am going to make poinsettias..More Flowers!!!! The stamp images are beautiful. Very elegant.
I chose to start out with a simple but very cute project...Mini Note Cards. I am on a Kraft kick lately, and wanted to do some white embossing on Kraft paper, and this is what I came up with.
I pulled out my Cricut Wild Cards Cartidge and picked this cute card and envelope set. I cut 6 sets at 3.5 inches.
The front of the card was stamped with the Snowy Winter background stamp using a white pigment ink, then each card was folded in half. Some seam binding was added and a bow was tied it the top of the card.
The Poinsettia were stamped using embossing ink, and Fine White embossing powder was heat set with a craft heat tool. The flowers were cut and layered, then a pearl was added to the middle and the finished flower was adhered to the middle of the card.
3 petals from a one layer flower was adhered to the top front of the flap on the envelope and the last 2 petals were folded over the flap and adhered to the back of the envelope. Each note card slips into the mini envelopes ready to use.
Chance to win: Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by September 20 for a chance to win the entire release valued at $240.00. Go check it out as it is AWESOME!!!
Thank you Krissy and Swirlydoos for introducing me to Kraft paper...I really didnt know what the fuss was all about..I'm hooked...
Products used on this project:
HCPC 3415 Petite Poinsettia PreCut Set
HCPC 3426 Snowy Winter Background PreCut Set
Layered Poinsettia Shapeabilities
Other Products used:Cricut Expression
Joanns white fine embossing powder
Colorbox Chestnut Roan chalk ink
Prima E-Line pearls
Seam Binding Kraft Cardstock
Beautiful! And very clever way to use the flowers.ReplyDelete
What fun cards and envelopes! Love how you used the poinsettias!ReplyDelete
Lisa, this is an awesome idea!!!! TFS!!!!!ReplyDelete
Lisa, I really love these. Thanks for the great display and wonderful inspirationReplyDelete
Lisa, I love your artwork and I just wanted to let you know that I posted a layout on my blog using your "savage beauty" paper flower technique. Thanks for all of the inspiration and wonderful tutorials. If you want to check out my blog its http://elizabeth-thepaperflower.blogspot.com Thanks again!ReplyDelete