Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Backyard Blossom Beauty

Hello Lovely People!!!
Its Heartfelt Creations Wednesday inspiration, so join me for another fun project created using Backyard Blossoms Collection.
Have a look!!!
 Heartfelt Creations Products Used - 
HCDP1 – 290 Backyard Blossoms Collection
HCPC-3827 Backyard Blossoms stamp
HCD1-7181 Backyard Blossoms Die
HCPC-3828 Garden’s Edge Coneflower Stamp
HCD1-7182 Garden’s Edge Coneflower Die
HCST1-401- Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
HCD1-776 Eyelet Oval
RACP962 -Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Fern Green
RACP499 – Ranger Archival Pad – Plum
RACP482 – Ranger Archival Pad – Olive
RACP005 – Ranger Archival Pad – Sunflower
RACP475 -Ranger Archival Pad – Library Green
RACP505-Ranger Archival Pad – Sepia
RACP524- Ranger Archival Pad – Vibrant Fuchsia
ANC818- Go Man Go Prills

Other Supplies Used - 
Tag, White cardstock, Blue and white acrylic color, Clear dry glue, Foam tape, MDF mannequin cutout, Ribbon, pearl sting, metal bow, Stickles, Distress clear rock candy glitter
For more tips on creating with the Backyard Blossoms collection, watch the tutorial at
 Instructions - 
The Finished tag measures 9 x 5 inch. Cut pattern paper 1/4 inch smaller than the tag, distress the edges and adhere on top of tag base.
Die cut green color pattern paper from the collection using largest die from Eyelet Oval die set and mat with white cardstock. Cut it into two unequal parts and adhere one part on the upper right side and another part on lower left side of tag as shown with 3D foam tape.
 Color MDF Mannequin cut out with white and blue acrylic color. Apply Distress clear rock candy glitter with clear dry glue. For creating the skirt hand draw the flared skirt pattern on the yellow color pattern paper, cut with the help of a scissor and distress the edges with Archival ink Saffron. Next layer the skirt pattern cutout on top of each other as shown.
 Stamp big flower and smaller filler flower images from Backyard Blossom stamp set with Archival ink Saffron, Plum and Library Green; die cut using the coordinating die. For Coloring the big flowers use Archival ink Saffron and Sepia and for small filler flowers use Archival ink Vibrant Fuchsia and Saffron.
 Also stamp the ferns from Garden’s Edge Coneflower Stamp set with Archival ink Library Green, die cut using the coordinating die. Color the image with Archival ink Saffron, Olive and Fern Green.
Arrange the flowers and fern images as shown and paste with clear dry glue. Apply Prills on the top of ferns with clear dry glue. Finish of the tag with a sentiment from the collection. Apply Glitters on top of flowers and metal bow and pearl string on the MDF Cutout.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog 
For more inspirations do visit Heartfelt Creations Blog 
Pavitra Chanchal


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