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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Heartfelt Creations Arianna Blooms Collections

Hello Everyone,

Heartfelt Creations invites you to take time to smell the flowers with the release of the Arianna Blooms Collection. 

Step away from the hustle and bustle as you enter a peaceful garden that winds its way through flower strewn paths in sunny hues of yellow, pink and green and richly hued background papers that are reminiscent of shaded bowers. Hand drawn stamps plant seeds of inspiration with images of bird houses, cottage gardens, artfully arranged florals and elegant sentiments.  The Arianna Blooms die allows you to create five blossoms with one pass through your cutting machine while the Arianna Lace die contains intricate flowers, lacy doilies delicate foliage, corners and page accents. Refresh your spirit and let your creativity flourish with the Arianna Blooms collection.

Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by June 17th and you will be eligible to win the entire collection valued at $210.90.


Project size is 6 x 6. Begin with a 6 x 12 piece of white cardstock, score cardstock at 6, fold, cut 6 x 6 card front from Arianna Blooms Collection paper, and glue card front to card base. Stamp Arianna Blooms Bouquet image onto white cardstock using black ink, color image with Prismacolor pencils, die cut image using Class Square Large #7 die, sponge image using Bundle Sage distress ink, cut a piece of green cardstock to 3 5/8 x 3 5/8, glue image onto glue cardstock, and glue to center of card.  Stamp Arianna Blooms Bouquet sentiment onto white cardstock using black ink, die cut sentiment using Classic Ovals Small #3 die, sponge sentiment using Bundled Sage distress ink, die cut green cardstock using Classic Scalloped Ovals #3 die, glue die cuts together, and glue die cuts to card. Die cut (5) accents from white cardstock using Arianna Lace dies, slight fold accents in half, and glue to card. Die cut stamens from white cardstock using Arianna Blooms dies, add glue to tip of stamens, and dip stamens into pollen. Die cut (4) swirls from white cardstock using Arianna Lace swirl die.  Stamp Arianna Blooms flowers onto white cardstock using Rose Bud ink, die cut flowers using Arianna Blooms dies, sponge flowers with Rose Bud ink, shape flower, hot glue stamens to center of flowers, glue swirls to back of flowers, and hot glue flowers to card. 

Thanks for stopping by. Head on over to the Heartfelt Creations blog, the design team has made some stunning projects.
Have a Blessed Day
Hugs, 
Regina

Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Sold By HC:
HCDP1 244 Arianna Blooms Collection
HCPC 3608 Arianna Blooms
HCPC 3609 Arianna Blooms Bouquet
HCD 747 Arianna Lace Dies
HCD 748 Arianna Blooms Dies
354804 Classic Ovals Small
459222 Paper Blossom Tool Kit
159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
1259723 Art Institute Glue – Dries Clear
4252255 Grand Calibur

Other products used for projects other than Heartfelt Creations: Spellbinders Classic Squares Large, Classic Scalloped Ovals Small; Prismacolor Pink, Process Red, Canary Yellow, Chartreuse, Olive Green, Dark Green; Memento Rose Bud, Tuxedo Black; Distress Ink Bundled Sage; White and Green Cardstock; Woodland Scenics Pollen Yellow

9 comments:

Chris x said...

Absolutely stunning
Chris x

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

This is lovely! Can't wait to get my fingers on this set!

Olga said...

Beautiful, I love your flowers!!!

Marisa Job said...

Lovely card!! Great details and colors!!

Shona said...

WOW! This is GORGEOUS! I love EVERYTHING about it!

Anne said...

oh my that is pretty love it. Thank you or the lovely ATC - yours is on it's way. Sorry to be so late with mine. Anne x

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

What an absolutely stunning card...those flowers....swoon!

Penny Odell said...

I absolutely love those flowers Regina!! Such a gorgeous card.

Georgiana said...

Very pretty!

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