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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Heartfelt Creations Flower Box

Hello Everyone,

I'm showing another project using the Heartfelt Creations Sun Kissed Collection.  Today I'm using the Box Ensemble Die and the flower stamps and dies (of course, you know I love making my own flowers). 

 Isn't this box so cute. I love the scalloped edges.

Top of box with flower

Side of Box
Now, head on over to the Heartfelt Creations blog for some more inspiration from the design team.

 Thanks for stopping by. Have a Blessed Day.

Heartfelt Creations Product and Products Carried by HC:
Paper Temptress Gold Laser Glossy Lustre and Cryogen White

Other Products:  Spellbinders Classic Scalloped Circles Lg #5, Recollection Pearls, Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic B00 B01 B02 YR00 YR02 YR04 G00, Gelly Roll Clear Star, Neenah Solar White Cardstock, Scor-Tape, Flat Back Pearl Trim, 28 Gauge Wire, Beads

Instructions:  Box Size is 3 ¼ x 3 ½
To create box, using the Box Ensemble die cut 4 box sides out of white cardstock. Fold box on the score lines. Cut (4) 2 ¼ x 3 rectangles out of Gold Laser paper, and (4) 2 x 3 ¼ rectangles out of Sun Kissed paper. Stamp Sun Kissed Swirls onto Sun Kissed rectangles, color with Copic markers and trace the outline of the flowers and swirls with Gelly Roll pen.  Glue Sun Kissed rectangles to the center of the Gold Laser rectangles, and glue to the center of the Box Ensemble die cuts. Assemble box by gluing scalloped edges together using paper clips to hold until glue sets up. Remove paper clips before edges are completely dry.  To make flower, you will need (2) largest flowers and (1) of the next 3 sizes.  Stamp, die cut Sun Kissed Fleur stamps using Sun Kissed Fleur die 2 times, and color the flowers using Copic markers. Place flowers on molding mat, using a stylist, shape the flower petals.  Glue the 2 largest flowers together alternating the flower petals, add the remaining flowers alternating the petals, create flower center and add to flower.  Once box has dried completely, add pearl trim using Scor-Tape to left scalloped edges, and attached flower to top using hot glue.


Glenda Brooks said...

This is gorgeous. Love the flower!

Olga said...

Gorgeous, love the beads and flower!!!!

Candy said...

Very pretty!

beadz said...

Regina, your box is so pretty. Love the cheerful colors.

Lee Ann Barrett said...

This is just a beautiful and delicate looking project, Regina! Lovely! Thanks so much for you sweet comments and feel free to case the flower pot! Have a wonderful day!

Giovana Smith said...

Really beautiful Regina!! Love tis one and the one on the HC blog as well!!

Marge said...

WOW, Regina, you're really rockin' these HFC stamps/dies -- all your projects are sooo beautiful!!! I've been so busy with other stuff & today I'm battling a flu bug, so just leaving a quick comment -- hope to be a better friend again soon!!!

Marisa Job said...

Just beautiful!! Love the colors and the flowers!!

Mary Ann said...

Stunning!Love your project,So beautiful,the flowers are awesome!!!!

I'm a Little Teapot said...

I agree with Marge, you are rockin the HFC stamps. Your HFC projects have all been just gorgeous. And this box is so sweet.

I wish we lived near each other...I would so ask you how you for a lesson on flower making! :)

Thank you for being so inspirational!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Regina, you totally knocked this one out of the park. Your vibrant orange flowers remind me of the tiger lilies my mom used to grow...so beautiful! And I love the little stick pin and pearls you added. Marvelous!

Kathy said...

Beautiful box, Regina, I love your flower on top! Blessings! Kathy

Shona said...

WOW WOW WOW !!! I am LOVING all your projects for Heartfelt. Every project you do is STUNNING. This one is so perfect. That big flower and the pearls and the colours and, and, and... Like I said, "PERFECT"!!!!

Sassy Raggedy said...

My goodness is this lovely, Regina. I love how you always give us the instructions, but somehow mine do not turn out like yours...Your creative talent shines with this box...Beautiful...hugz, joann


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