Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Cardinal Springtime Collection Cards

Hello my friends! Hope you are having a great day! I have 3 cards I made using new stamps from the new Springtime Cardinal Collection from Heartfelt Creations. Have you seen the entire collection? Not yet? Well, check it out HERE.

Cardinal Card #1:

Products used:
  • HCPC 3388 Spring Cardinals PreCut Set.
  • HCD 701 Posy Patch Die
  • HCD 708 Decorative Window Scene Die
  • Teal Gala Glitz
  • Crystal Lacquer
  • Grand Calibur

Directions:
  • Make card base from Bazzil  Handsome Cardstock. 5" square card.
  • Cut a piece of White Heart Embossed Cardstock (Making Memories) 4.75" square. Add to card base.
  • Cut a strip of Handsome CS (2" x 5"), tie White Lace around and adhere it to card.
  • Die-cut, emboss and stencil Window Frame. Adhere it to card.
  • Stamp image from HCPC 3388 Spring Cardinals PreCut Set, color it with Copic Markers: R48, B000, B21, YG95. Die-cut and emboss and adhere it to card.
  • Add extra flowers and Teal Gala Glitz.
  • Add Crystal Lacquer to Cardinal and set to dry
Cardinal Card #2:

Products used:

  • HCPC 3388 Spring Cardinals PreCut Set
  • HCD 710 Decorative Oval Window Die.
  • HCD 701 Posy Patch Die
  • Oval Nestabilities.
  • Antique Rose Glitter.
  • Crystal Lacquer
  • Directions:
  • Makce card base from Ivory Cardstock. A2 size.
  • Dry emboss bottom border with Organic Flourush folder. Tie on ribbon.
  • Die-cut, emboss and distress Orange Cardstock using HCD 710 Decorative Oval Window Die.
  • Stamp image from HCPC 3388 Spring Cardinals PreCut Set  on White Cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black. Color Cardinal with Prismacolor Pencils and  flowers and leaves with Copic Markers: YG95, YR14, YR16. Die-cut and emboss image with Oval Nestabilities. Adhere it to card.
  • Add extra flower to image and glitter to center of flowers.
  • Add Crystal LAcquer to Cardinal and set to dry.

Cardinal Card #3:

Products used:
  • HCPC 3386 Cheery Cardinal PreCut Set
  • HCPC 3387 Luscious Cherry Swirls Pre Cut Set.
  • HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecut
  • HCD 706 Cardial Family Diecut
  • Label 8 Nestabilities
  • Grand Callibur
  • Directions:

  • Make card base from Pearl Cardstock (Bazzill), card size 5.5" square.
  • Punch bottom front. Add a strip of Red Cardstock. Tie on ribbon and make a bow.
  • Die-cut and emboss (2) Corner Die from HCD 704 Perfect Petals Diecut in Pink Cardstock.  Adhere them to card.
  • Stamp image from HCPC 3386 Cheery Cardinal PreCut Set On White Cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black twice, color Cardinal image with Prismacolor Pencils, flowers, leaves and cherries with Copic Markers: YG95, Y13, Y15, Y17, R29, 0.
  • Die-cut Cardinal image and adhere it to card with foam tape. Cut out extra cherries and flower and adhere it to card with foam tape as well.
  • Adhere it to card with Foam tape. Cover image with Crystal Lacquer and set to dry.
  • Inside: Cut a strip of Red Cardstock and adhere it to bottom part. Stamp cherries  in Tea Dye Distress ink.
  • Stamp Sentiment on Ivory CS in Memento Tuxedo Black. Die-cut, emboss and stencil it with Label * Nestabilities.
  • Adhere sentiment to card.
Visit the Heartfelt Creation Blog for more Inspiration.

Have a great day!

8 comments:

  1. All of your cards are just gorgeous, Giovana! Beautiful designs!

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  2. I really like the way you incorporate the decorative die cuts to frame the images - really beautiful!

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  3. Giovana, your cards are just stunning. The coloring is wonderful. I love how you used the frame dies.

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  4. Your cards come together so beautifully! I love all the dimension and texture of all of these and your coloring is wonderful!

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  5. AMAZING cardsa - all of them! Wow!

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  6. Very very nice cards, Giovana! Love the new cardinal stamps!

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  7. Wow you did three BEAUTIFUL cards...amazing work.,

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  8. Just gorgeous Giovana! All of your cards are beautiful with those fabulous die cuts!
    Hugs,
    Marsha

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