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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Heartfelt Creations Blazing Poppy Collection

Hello All,

Has the humdrum of the daily grind sapped your energy and stunted your creative mojo?  Rejuvenate your creativity with the saturated colors and resplendent artwork of the Blazing Poppies Collection of stamps, dies and designer papers from Heartfelt Creations.  Escape to verdant fields where dancing poppies sway like ballerinas wearing dramatic hues of blush, coral, peach, scarlet and ebony.  Let this glorious canvas of flowing script, heirloom lace, ornate flourishes, flower laden arbors, bold stripes and soft neutral backgrounds enliven your senses and awaken your inner Van Gogh.  The Blazing Poppy stamp and die allows you to fashion bold, life-like poppies in every size and color.  You'll design museum worthy backgrounds, card focals, layouts and home décor with the sumptuous stamps and paper collection.  Create your own masterpiece, and spark your imagination with the amazing artistry and uncommon brilliance of Blazing Poppies.

Box size is 4 1/8 x2 7/8. Start by using Cricut Explore to cut box and lid. Cover box and lid with Pure Poppy, black, and white cardstock. Cut (3) 2 x 2 1/2 pieces of white cardstock, stamp Blazing Poppy Fillers onto cardstock using Tuxedo Black, color images with Spectrum Noir markers, sponge around image with Abandoned Coral distress ink, and glue images to box. Glue box together, and add Dazzle chain. Die cut ticket from Blazing Poppy paper using Luggage and Tags ticket die. Mix Ice Resin according to manufacturer’s instructions. Stamp Blazing Poppy Petal image onto white cardstock using Tuxedo Black ink, die cut petals using Blazing Poppy die, spray (4) large, (4) medium, and (8) small petals with Abandoned Coral distress stain and Tattered Rose glimmer mist, shape petals, hot glue petals together, glue Gala Glitz to center of poppies, dip poppies into resin, and let poppies dry overnight. Stamp Leafy Branch leaves onto New Leaf cardstock using Tuxedo Black ink, die cut leaves using Leafy Branch die, shape leaves, dip leaves in resin, and let leaves dry overnight. Hot glue leaves, poppies, and ticket to box. 

Thank you for stopping by
For more inspiration, head on over to the Heartfelt Creations blog.
Have a Blessed Day
Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Sold By HC:
HCDP1 255 Blazing Poppy Paper Collection
HCPC 3678 Blazing Poppy Fillers Cling Stamps
HCPC 3674 Blazing Poppy Petals Cling Stamps
HCD1 764 Blazing Poppy Die
HCPC 3645 Leafy Branch Cling Stamps
HCD1 757 Leafy Branch Die
HCD 745 Luggage and Tags Die
11blk Gala Glitz Black
TSMP900 Memento Tuxedo Black
HCSTI 401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
1259723 Art Institute Glue – Dries Clear
Other products used for project other than Heartfelt Creations: Spellbinders Hexagon; Cricut Hexagon Box; Spectrum Noir CG1, CG3, CG4, DR1, DR4, CR6, Blender; Distress Ink and Stain Abandoned Coral; Glimmer Mist Tattered Rose; Black, White Cardstock; Papertrey Ink Pure Poppy, New Leaf Cardstock; Ice Resin; Dazzles Chain Border Gold; Hot Glue


Anne Harada said...

This is such a fabulous project Regina! The glass-like poppies you created are just gorgeous!

Lizzie said...

This is just stunning! Hugs

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Wow, these are gorgeous flowers, Regina! I love the sweet gift box, too! Just fabulous!

Marisa Job said...

Gorgeous gift box! Love the poppies!!

Gretchen Wilson said...

This is a stunning box, your poppies are fantastic!

Olga said...

Absolutely gorgeous as always!!

Robin said...

Beautiful box Regina!!! Love your colors, they really pop! I like the shine from the ice resin makes your flowers very intense in color!

Karan Gerber said...

those poppies look so delicate, like glass, beautiful project.

Tracey Fehr said...

Regina, I love this! What an eye catching box with such beautiful colors....and your poppies are fantastic! Anyone would love to receive a special something in this!


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