Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Heartfelt New Release Wednesday...

Heartfelt Creations is pleased to release the Floral Cross Collection. This collection is as fresh as a blooming yellow lily on a sunny spring day: intricate flowers compliment the typographical, linear, and wooden crosses. There are 6 new PreCut Stamp Sets and one beautiful new exclusive Spellbinders die designed for Heartfelt Creations.

Leave a comment on the HC blog by February 14 to be eligible to win the entire release valued at $125.93. The winner will be announced on February 15 on the HC Blog.
HCPC 3452 Pristine Lilies PreCut Set
HCPC 3354 Classic Message PreCut Set
HCD 719 Cross and Lilies Die
Grand Calibur
Paper Blossoms Toolkit
Zip Dry Glue

Couture Creations Vintage Dressmaker Embossing Folder (from Crop Stop)
DCWV Core cardstock
Kraft Cardstock
Ranger Distress Ink:  Tea Dye, Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick
Versafine Onyx ink
Flat back pearls, bling
organza fabric
Silk ribbon
Silver cording
Adhesive dimensional glue dots

Directions: Emboss cardstock using the Dressmaker folder.  Cut dressform out and set aside.  Stamp smallest Malabar flower using worn lipstick ink onto white cardstock.  Cut out flowers using dies.  Assemble flowers using two stamped image layers per flower.  Use Petal forming tool to shape flowers.  Attach flat back pearls to center using Zip Dry glue.  Attach fabric onto dressform and stitch at waist.  Layer bling along stitching to hid fraying and stitching.  Attach curly bling onto fabric, then attach flowers using Zip Dry glue.  Tie silk ribbon around neck.  Tie silver cording around waist leaving long ends to wrap around card front as shown.   Set aside.

Stamp edges of background (teal) paper edges using two of the smaller lilly images with all colors of distress ink.  Adhere this layer to (teal) layer then attach complete front panel to pink card base.  Attach Dressform to cardfront using adhesive glue dots for dimension.  Stamp sentiment onto card and it is complete!


  1. ....... boahhhhhhhhhhhhhh, wooooonderful, great,
    a Dream......
    Sorry, I'm German. :-)
    Liebe Grüße Gaby