Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Debuting the Burst of Spring Collection - Heartfelt Creations

Hello Friends ........
Celebrate the highly anticipated arrival of the upcoming spring season with the new Burst of Spring Collection from Heartfelt Creations!
 A favorite among flower enthusiasts, the delicate pansy flower is often one of the first florets to be added to the freshly worked soil as the glorious garden season arrives. The soft, velvety petals of these cheerful blossoms always invite a quick caress while being transplanted near the front of the garden bed, where they are sure to be admired by all! 
Awaken your senses dulled from the winter season with an enchanting and deeply hued decorative paper collection filled with sweet and amiable pansy flowers, along with whimsical fluttering butterflies!
 Beautiful blues, happy yellows and deep purples set the tone for charming pansy clusters and bouquets encompassed in finely illustrated details from lace like accents to intricate brocades! A wonderful compilation of beautifully detailed cling stamp sets and coordinating dies bring an assortment of sprightly pansy floral sprays, perky arrangements, as well as elegant pansy frames, perfect for adding a cheerful springtime feel to all of your handmade greeting cards, layouts and altered art pieces. 
The coordinating pansy flower stamp, die, and flower shaping mold come together to create several differing sized pansy flowers ideal for creating your very own dimensional pansy bouquets as realistic as those found in the flower bed! So, join together with us in craft rooms everywhere…before the frost is out of the ground and gardening season arrives…as we anticipate and create our very own version of the appearance of spring with the Burst of Spring Collection!

 Heartfelt Creations Supplies Used - 
HCDP1-298 Tulip Time Paper Collection
HCD1-7224 Delicate Pansy Spray Die  

HCPC-3864 Delicate Pansy Spray Cling Stamp Set  

HCDP1-299 Burst of Spring Paper Collection 
HCD1-7228 Lacy Diamond Die
HCD1-7203 Ornamental Tags Die

HCD1-7201 Ticket and Tags Die

71083 ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Pad - Concord
RACP505 Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Sepia
Other Supplies Used -  
White Cardstock, Green Cardstock, Purple Cardstock, 3D Foam tape, Clear Dry Glue, Pencil Colors, Distress ink – Mustard
For more tips on creating with the Burst of Spring collection, watch the tutorial at
 Instructions - 
The finished card measures 9-1/2 x 6-1/2.
For the base of the card cut white cardstock 13 x 9-1/2, score at 6-1/2 and fold.
For the second layer cut green cardstock 9-1/4 x 6-1/4 and adhere on the card base with clear dry glue.
For the third layer cut white cardstock 9 x 6 and layer on green cardstock with clear dry glue.
 Choose pattern paper from the paper collection 8-3/4 x 5-3/4, distress the edges and adhere on top of third cardstock layer with 3D foam tape.

Cut another layer of cardstock 8-1/2 x 4-1/2, roughly tear the edges and adhere to the first layer of pattern paper with clear dry glue.

Die cut two tags using Ticket and Tags Die from the paper collection and mat with purple cardstock. Overlap the two tags and adhere in the center of the card as shown.

Next die cut white cardstock using largest and smallest dies from the Lacy Diamond Die set. Color the edges of the largest die cut with distress ink mustard and smaller die cut with Color box ink Concord and arrange in the right side of the card with 3D foam tape as shown.

Stamp white cardstock using Delicate Pansy Spray Cling Stamp Set with Archival ink Sepia and die cut using coordinating die. Color the images with pencil colors.

Cut a strip of pattern paper 2 x 4 distress the edges and fold out the upper and lower edges so that it looks like a scroll.
Die cut small tags from pattern paper using Ornamental Tags Die and mat with purple cardstock. Once all the elements are ready arrange them as shown. Finish off with a sentiment quote from the paper collection.

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