08 October 2013

Heartfelt Creations October Release: Sweet Juliet Collection

We are pleased to introduce the Sweet Juliet Collection. This collection is inspired by the beauty of ancient rooms locked away and laden with antique treasures. These rooms are filled with yellow candlelight and dusty vases. Crinkly letters lay scattered around, turning crisp and fading more every day. A postcard lays covered in thick dust, forgotten in a dark corner. Wildflowers lay around, as crisp and crinkled as the beautiful wallpapers. Using these detailed floral and typographical stamps, complemented by black, gold and burgundy papers will enable you to create an outstanding classical creation.

Today I have 1 elegant and simple card, I think this would be perfect for a Wedding!!

Instructions:
  • Make card base from Cranberry Tart Cardstock. A2 size.
  • Cut a panel from White cardstock (5" x 3.75").
  • Cut a strip of Patterned Paper from  Antiquity Collection (0.5" x5"), adhere it to white panel.
  • Stamp image on White panel in Versamark Ink, add Gold embossing powder and heat set.
  • Die-cut flowers and leaves from Kraft, pink and burgundy cardstock. Assemble them together with a brad.
  • Add pink leaves to left corner, add flower (I used a heat glue gun to adhere it), create a bow with tulle and add it to panel.
  • Add panel to card base with Scor-tape


Heartfelt Creations Supplies:
  • HCPC 3567 Juliet Spray PreCut Set
  • HCDP1 237 Antiquity Paper Collection
  • HCD 740 Sweet Juliet Die
  • Grand Calibur

Other Products:
  • Cardstock: White, Pink Pirouette, Kraft (Stampin' Up) , Burgundy, Cranberry Tart (GKD)
  • Ink: Versamark Watermark (Tsukineko)
  • Accessories: Bo Bunny Brads, Pearls, Tulle fabric, Scor-tape, Heat glue gun, Heat Embossing gun, Gold embossing Powder (Tim Holtz)

Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by October 15th and you will be eligible to win the entire collection valued at $150.

Hope you like my project!
Have a fantastic day.

5 comments:

  1. I especially like the way you curled the petals on your flower under. It's gives a real interesting look.

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  2. Beautiful:)x I love how you have added some netting for that little bit of texture x
    Hugs Nikki x

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  3. This is gorgeous. I love the way you used the tulle!

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