Monday, May 26, 2014

Card Front:
Items used:
Heartfelt/ Spellbinders Decorative Leafy Die HCD731
Heartfelt Vintage Floret Frame HCPC3522
Heartfelt Feathered Friends HCP3523
Nellie Snellen Large Flower Flp003 Jumbo, Flp002 medium, and Flp009 Combi
Cheery Lynn Reflection rectangle DL199
Spectrum Noir markers
Tim Holtz markers
I started by stamping the image on the paper and then lined it up to cut out with die. I then used the green marker to color the leaves. I stamp the swan image and color with markers. Then I glued it in the center of the frame. Added tulle underneath the whole frame. Thanks Bonnie. I layered around the frame with paper.  I cut out the rectangle with the reflection dies to fit.  Made another layer and added to the card.
Card inside:
Paper Artist cutting dies HTOP5309
Cheery Lynn Happy B214 Anniversary B243
Cut them all out and added to the inside.
5x7 CARD:
Items used:
Heartfelt Feathered friends HCPC3523
Heartfelt mini vintage Floret HCPC3502
Heartfelt Vintage Floret Open HCPC3500
Heartfelt Posy Patch Paper
La Blanche bird cage
Versa Mark ink
Tim Holtz ink
Spellbinders Radiant Rectangles S5-161-sb
Spellbinders Curved Rectangles S5-006
Martha Stewart Punch around the page Bird and Branch 4250019
Joy Craft Flourish 6003/0008
Ranger ink mattes finish paper
Tim Holtz markers
Mulberry rose
I first stamp the bird cage image from La Blanche with the versa mark ink. Let it dry. I then took my ink brayer, put ink on it and rolled across the paper. It leaves the image in white. I then stamped the bird the flower and the flowers from Heartfelt. Colored them with The Tim Holtz marker. I cut them out. I then cut out the other layers and raise the bird and the flowers up. Punch out the punch around the page punch 5x 6 3/4. Add the flourish to the corner and the mulberry rose to the flower.
Inside of card:
Martha Stewart punch around the page Bird and Branch 4250019
Heartfelt Mini vintage floret HCPC3502
Heartfelt  Vintage Floret HCPC3500
Heartfelt Posy Patch paper
Tim Holtz markers
I used the sentiments from the paper pack. Cut out the punch around the page 5x 3 1/4.  Then add layers. Stamp flower and cut out and add to corners.

TO Much Fun Rubber stamps bag
Heartfelt Posy Patch paper
Spellbinders A2 Curved Matting Basics A
Corner rounder
Spellbinders Blossom tag Accents S5-072
Memory box Pocket Gift Tag 98347
Nellie Snellen punch Flp-027
Cuttlebug Oliva
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio 25 circle and silver bezel
Ink and embossing powder
Hole Punch
Stamp the bag and emboss. Cut out and glue together. Cut out the Spellbinders blossom and distress. Add rhinestones to the bag. Cut out the several colors with the spellbinders curved matting basics. Used the small pieces with all the paper, just smaller in the center of the tag. Used the circle from the pocket tag to enhance the hole at the top. Used a hole punch to out small circle. Decorated the tags with a flower and the to: and from: . Added a bow to the front. Used the Epiphany craft shape studio to make a bezel to match the decoration on the bezel.

Sea Worthy:
5x7 card:
Card front:
Items used :
Heartfelt tranquil Evening HCPC3525
Memory Box Big Splash 98438
Lifestyle Craft Rectangle l-cc-006
Lifestyle Crafts Inverted rectangle  DC0278
Lifestyle Crafts Oval l-cc-004
Marianne Creatable Lighthouse LRo231
Tim Hotlz markers
I stamped and embossed the boat stamp. I colored with the Tim Hotlz markers. I cut out layer after layer. Attached to images and organized.  I love layers. I distressed all the edges.  Added the big splash to the front.
 Inside of card:
Memory box thanks 98240
Spellbinders Mega Deckled rectangle S5-014
Spellbinders Mega Classic Scalloped Large S5-024
I cut the Thanks out twice and layered behind. Cut out the rest and distressed the blue.

Items used:
Heartfelt Posy Patch Paper
Heartfelt Butterfly and Bunny HCPC3524
Too much fun rubber stamp Sweatshirt
3 inch zipper
Spellbinders standard circles s4-116
Martha Stewart Monarch butterfly edge 42-40047
Nellie Snellen Butterfly Flp-017 large
Jewelry string wire
Ink and embossing powder
Tim Holtz markers
I started by stamping the sweatshirt out and embossing the image. Cut around the lines and fold it to create the shirt. Put in the zipper with two sided tape. I then stamped the butterfly and embossed it. Then colored with my Tim Holtz markers. Cut it out and the trimmed parts off so it would  fit the back of the shirt. On the front of the shirt I used the Nellie Snellen butterfly punch. Stickled the raise parts of the butterfly. Pat showed me how to make the center of the butterfly with jewelry wire. The wire is twisted  and curled.  How cute. On the inside I used the sentiment stamp from the stamp set and the Spellbinder circles to fit. I also used the edge monarch butterfly edge and cut it to make it go in a circle. You just cut it as a border and then trim it to about a ½ an inch from the butterflies.  Small cut towards to each side of the butterflies and then it will bended in a circle or oval.

Items used:
Heartfelt Posy patch pages
Lifestyle Craft Nesting Ovals l-cc-004
Lifestyle Crafts Nesting inverted Ovals DC0277
Heartfelt/Spellbinders Posy Patch Die HCD-701
Heartfelt Posy Patch Flowers HCDC3303
Heartfelt Vintage/Spellbinders Floret HCD727
Heartfelt Mini Vintage Floret HCPC3502
Heartfelt Vintage Floret HCPC 3500
Memory Box Lavish Branch 9848 6
Stickle peeled paint and dusty concord
Tim Holtz markers
Lace already had. Gathered at one end.
Ranger flat matte Paper
I cut out the picture and matching cardstock with the Lifestyle Craft dies. Layered the cut under the pictures. Took the lace and positioned under the pictures. I then made the two sets Heartfelt flowers. I stamped the flowers on the ranger paper. Used templates to cut the dies. They show this on the Heartfelt  web-site.  Then colored the paper with the Tim Hotlz Markers trying to match the flowers on the paper. Cut out the flowers using templates to cut them. I layered the flowers to my liking.  I cut out the Lavish branch with a green paper. I cut the it in two and placed under the flowers. I then stickle the flower and the branches.
Thanks for visiting. Sue

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