Hello there inky friends! Today I'm joining my fellow Heartfelt Creations Alumni DT peeps as we share projects and inspiration for June. It's been a while since I created with some new goodies and I'm so excited to be playing with new stamps, molds and embellies from HC! If you've arrived here from Vicki's blog, you're on the hop trail, if not, you can find the complete hop list at the bottom of my post.
***A randomly chosen comment from a mystery blog will receive a $25 gift certificate to shop at Heartfelt Creations. To claim your prize please email Heartfelt Creations at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Winner of the JUNE Alumni Hop" in the subject line.***I decided to play with some pretty floral images and some gorgeous dies. I started out by stamping the Oakberry Lane floral stamp set and then coloring with Copic markers. After that, I diecut the images using the Oakberry Lane Blossoms Die set. Next, I placed the diecuts in the 3-D Blossoms Shaping mold and ran them through my machine. I layered the images with Dries Clear glue then applied some "Lettuce Entertain You Prills" to the centers of each flower. I set the flowers aside and worked on the backer layer.
Eyelet Oval Die using a yummy plum cardstock and then mounted the pierced panel onto the border panel using Double Dots Foam Circles. I then attached some Mini Pearls Prills to the center of the pierced elements to create some added fun.
After arranging the flowers onto the frame, I attached everything with Double Dots Foam Circles and then attached a pink twine bow with a wooden button. I mounted this panel onto a rich green card base and then trimmed the top filigree from the frame to allow the card to open and close efficiently. This card measures 4.25x5 1/2 inches. SO FUN!
Thanks for hopping over to check out my card. I hope it inspires you and makes you want to get your crafty goodies out and play! Please hop over to check out Magda's beautiful creation this month!
You're flowers are amazing! This is a beautiful project.ReplyDelete
Hi, I agree, love the flowers, just gorgeous xReplyDelete
Love using older dies to create new things. Great tutorial!ReplyDelete
love the flowersReplyDelete
Really cute! Love the flowers!ReplyDelete
I love those colors. So vibrant and prettyReplyDelete
I love the colors you chose! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I've never thought of using that die with dark colors, but I absolutely love it!ReplyDelete
Love that deep purple.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card. thanks for
Love the color choicesReplyDelete
I love this card! Yours colours are awesome!ReplyDelete
Pretty colors and depth to the card.ReplyDelete
Lovely card! Glad to have you joining the Alumni TeamReplyDelete
The intense colors of the flowers really show up on the close up views. They look so rich! Love that oval die in background.ReplyDelete
Pretty card! Purple and green is one of my favorite color combinations.ReplyDelete
The contrast in colors is just wonderful. And the flowers look pretty, too.ReplyDelete
Oh how pretty theseReplyDelete
cards are. I love
the purple on purple
and the dies!
Carla from Utah
Purple is my favorite! So pretty! Thank you for some new ideas. I even have these dies!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty card. Was considering oval die this morning so nice to see it being used!ReplyDelete
Like the deep, rich colors of the base you've created to show your floral creations so well. tfs-stay well.ReplyDelete
This is so very cute!! Lovely project!!ReplyDelete
Nice card. I love your flowers.ReplyDelete
Pretty colors and flowers. I like the dies you used.ReplyDelete
so darn pretty TFSReplyDelete
This is so pretty!! The flowers are beautiful!! TFSReplyDelete
Kerry... that one gorgeous and inspiring card! Love the layers and all the domensional flowers!!!ReplyDelete
The colors of your card are beautiful. Love how everything pops against the dark purple. Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete