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Friday, November 24, 2017

Heartfelt- Special Black Friday Debut

Good morning everyone!
Happy Black Friday!
Today is the day we've all been looking forward to and I can't wait to show you what I've been up to for Heartfelt Creations!

It was my pleasure to do this wonderful new album
to showcase not only the beautiful album but also the 
fantastic new flower molds Heartfelt Creations now has available.
I was able to use the Floral Basics Shaping Mold on most of the flowers in this book and the Rose Flower Mold for others.
I have a project coming up where I use the Poinsettia Flower Mold and boy is that fantastic!
This book is all about a particular backpacking trip my husband Andy and I took.
We have gone hiking and backpacking for most of our vacations over the last 35 years

Tag journaling: At 8,600 foot elevation, Tuolumne Meadows is the gateway to the Yosemite High Sierra.  It is a stunning wilderness of flowery meadows, snowcapped peaks and oceans of sparkling granite. A great place to cool off escaping the valley heat in summer.  We intentionally live near one of the great wonders of the world, Yosemite.  Everyone has their own special desires of what they want to do and where they want to go, this is our special place.  We often start our back-country adventures from this place called Tuolumne Meadows High Sierra Camp.
Journaling says: Some look for gold but we look for the jewels of the Sierra-wildflowers! Rivers that turn to liquid gold as the sun starts to set and the alpine glow begins.  Every mountain top is aflame with super-natural light during this time of day.
Journaling say:(page 4 top) Casting off a sandy bar with the lodge pole pine forest behind and towering above that the snow covered granite peaks of Cathedral. (page 4 bottom) Tuolumne River sending swiftly flowing snow melt down to pools of ice cold water, a trout's heaven and a trout fisherman's delight! Timber forest open to a snow covered Cathedral Peak.  The fish are not hungry, shy to the lure splash they "run" to hide, move along, try some place else.  Who is persistent? A fisherman, focus and determination in motion...a duck could waddle past and who would notice? A bear could come to see and who would know? What a joy it is when my only concern is "what gear to use", be gentle, catch and release.
(page 5) A voice calls out, "Let's get going", it startles, oh yes, we were on a hike to where?
Journaling says: 
Finally on the trail, with every step we leave the cares of life behind us, our
 eyes and ears, our senses  begin to open and receive the beauty of the Lord
 in this place.
 A Kelty backpack, who knew it could be a trade up for a set of golf clubs, she
 hates golf, and I was clueless.   30 plus years of backpacking with a Kelty and
 Robin-priceless!
 Time is non-existent for a few days, rested, anxious, and ready.
 Fresh on the trail from Soda Springs in Tuolumne Meadows, we are on our way
 to Glen Aulin, a flowing  moving active force of water powered by plunging through
 the Tuolumne River Canyon, cascades and  waterfalls all along the way.
 No phone, no regular worldly cares, concerns or responsibilities.  Now it is the
 pleasure of the company with no distractions.  It’s the feeling of the wind, the
 scent of the mountains and trees, the sparkling of towering white granite bluffs
 and domes, the treasure of the jewels of the Sierra, wildflowers.

 How good it is the have a like-minded companion to share such a precious time
 and place. Years later with reflection, it is even more wonderful!
Journaling:  
Rivers form from High Country glacial lakes Like Mt. Dana and Mt. Lyell, they flow down-hill into this river called Tuolumne in Tuolumne Meadows, we follow the river down the” Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne” as it cascades and falls.  In one place the force of the water creates a most spectacular event (usually only in early spring) called “The Water Wheels”.  The water cascades over rocks with so much force that it creates actual “wheels” of water when it hits some particular rocks in the cascade.  We usually hike there after resting in Glen Aulin, (where our favorite waterfall of the High Country is found).  This photo is at our resting place on the way down to Glen Aulin, it is flat area and a very good place for fishing, taking off boots and refreshing our feet in the ice cold water.
 “The mighty Sierra, miles in height…so gloriously colored and so radiant, it seemed not clothed with light but wholly composed of it, like the wall of some celestial city…Then it seemed to me that the Sierra should be called, not the Nevada or Snowy Range, but the Range of Light.” John Muir
Journaling: (page 10 top) Tuolumne River cascades down the river gorge.
(page 10 bottom) 
The excitement and thrill of the ascent, rough going at times as there
is no trail, but exhilarating all the same and then the exultation of
the view from the top, so many smiles to What is a smile but the
outward showing of the joy inside of us.  We are tired from the climb
but so happy to be at the top. 
Life can be a balancing act, God can tilt it in your favor, GO!
(Page 11) 
A place that warms our soul, the higher we go in elevation
the happier we get or is it the lack of oxygen?  I’m sure it
 is this special place!
We were there!

Each page has a scripture printed on the paper.
Journaling: (page 14 top) 
Do you want to see greatness and power in motion, stand at
the base of a waterfall, feel and see it!
(Page 15 top) 
Life can wear you down, cause soreness and even blisters, what is more pleasant and refreshing
 than to stop, take off those boots and feel the coolness of flowing mountain water, wiggle the
 toes, let the pebbles of river rock message your feet and be refreshed.
 High on the rocky slopes the snow melts, trickles, gathers together and begins to flow
 making a creek and then a river.  The earth comes alive as it passes down through canyons,
 gorges and meadows then here we are, we are in it, a part of it.
Journaling: 
Lounging on a natural rock “chair”
 at the base of a 500’ cascading river,
 mist is floating on the air and at
 the base of this cascade is a deep
 swirling emerald pool of water…
totally irresistible. 


Heartfelt Products
ITEM NUMBER
NAME
HCPC-3813     Today’s Quotes stamp Set
HCFB1-464      3D Floral Basics Shaping Mold
HCFB1-462     3D Rose Shaping Mold
HCJB2-5004    3Ring Journal Binder-White
HCJB1-5001    Daily Blessings Journal Pages
HCDP1-278     Classic Petunia Paper Collection
HCDP1-275     Flowering Dogwood Paper Collection
HCDP1-250     Birds & Blooms Paper
HCPC-3644     Birds & Blooms Stamp Set
HCD1-756       Birds & Blooms Die
HCD1-757       Leafy Branch Die
HCD1-734       Sun Kissed Fleur Die
HCPC-3533     Sun Kissed Fleur Stamp Set
HCD1-7139    Small Classic Petunia Die
HCPC-3785    Small Classic Petunia Stamp Set
HCD1-7124    Woodsy Critters Die
HCPC-7123    Woodsy Wonderland Die
HCPC-3767    Woodsy Wonderland Stamp Set
HCPC-3768    Woodsy Critters Stamp Set
HCD1-7110    Classic Rose Die
HCPC-3752    Classic Rose Stamp Set
HCD1-7129    Flowering Dogwood Die
HCPC-3773     Flowering Dogwood Stamp Set
HCD1-7125     Wildwood Florals Die
HCPC-3769     Wildwood Florals Stamp Set
HCPC-3795     Window Box Fillers Stamp Set
HCD1-7149     Window Box Fillers Die
HCD1-7150     Window Box Elements Die
HCD1-7118     Delicate Borders Die
HCD1-7102     Regal Hummingbird Die
HCD1-783       Border Essential Die
HCD2-751       Cut Mat Create 2A Die
HCD2-750       Cut Mat Create 1B Die
HCD1-745       Luggage & Tags Die
HCD1-7157     Eyelet Oval & Basics Large Die
HCD1-7156     Eyelet Oval & Basics Small
HCD1-7154     Eyelet Circle & Basics Small
HCD1-7161     Sweetheart Borders Die
ANC814           Lettuce Entertain You Prills
ANC851           Rock N’ Roll Prills
HCS1-457-1     Pastel Pearl-Small
HCS1-457-2     Pastel Pearl Medium
TSMP707        Bamboo Leaves Memento
TSMP103        Cantaloupe Memento
TSMP704        New Sprout Memento
TSMP400      Rose Bud Memento
TSMP602      Teal Zeal Memento


Other Products:
Angel Pink Memento, white card stock, blue card stock, purple card stock, green card stock, pink card stock, dark pink card stock, Copic Markers E53, E33, E35, YGO3, YG17, YG63, Y11, Y15, V01, V12, V15, bv01, Y38, YR04, C01,R11, R02, R21, BG32, BG34, B01, Transparency, Vellum, Brilliance Pearlescent Purple,  Wilted Violet Distress Ink

VIDEO LINKS:
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSdPL7nXvQE&feature=youtu.be
For more tips on creating with the journals, watch the tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fw4lcnn_9zU&feature=youtu.be

Instructions:
Approx. 9” X 8” 3 ring binder Journal Album.  Cover:  8” X 8 ½ piece of Flowering Dogwood trimmed at the bottom with the Sweetheart Border Die.  Under the die cut is a strip of light pink decorative paper.  Photo is framed with Flowering Dogwood paper and blue card stock.  Scripture panel comes from the Daily Blessings Journal pages.  Add flowers formed with the 3-D molds and stylist and filled with Prills or Pearl stamen.  Finish with rhinestone flourishes.  Finish spine with ribbon and tags from the Flowering Dogwood and Birds and Blooms.
Cover inside front and back with Classic Petunia Paper and Border Essentials die cuts.  Stamp Today’s Quotes with Wilted Violet Distress Ink  on Classic Petunia Paper and cut with Circles die then mat with white using the circle dies.  Cut a panel from the Classic Petunia paper and a little tag then attach the little tag with ribbon.  I did my journaling on the computer and printed on transparency.  Back inside in made the same way using the oval dies for sentiment instead of the circles.
Pages:  After matting and applying photos to chosen pages (some are tucked under designs in paper using an X-Acto knife to make slits) I glued paged back to back because I decided not to use the plain lined sides (except page 1).  That also helped to hide my slits in paper where I tucked photos in.  I then chose flowers, birds, animals and borders to decorate each page.  After decorating each page and using the molds for flowers making it quick and easy, I added my journaling to each page.




Thank you for visiting today!!
Robin





Psalm 119:105New Living Translation (NLT)

105 Your word is a lamp to guide my feet
    and a light for my path.








Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Heartfelt-Hey Gorgeous!


Good morning!

I have this niece who is so photogenic, I just love to take pictures of her!
She loves dressing up too so it's a bonus, look at all those pretty bracelets.
I added lots of lace and flowers to go with this sweet girl!




Heartfelt-Hey Gorgeous!

Heartfelt Creations products:
HCD1-7160  Banner of Love Die
HCD1-7161  Sweetheart Borders Die
HCD1-7162  Eyelet Hearts Die
HCPC-3803  Banner Of Love Stamp Set
HCPC-3804  Heartfelt Love Sentiments Stamp Set
HCDP1-284  Heartfelt Love Paper Collection
HCD1-783   Border Essentials Die
HCD1-7129  Flowering Dogwood Die
HCPC-3773  Flowering Dogwood Stamp Set
HCDP1-281  Winter's Eve Paper Collection
HCST1-401  Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
ANC811     TuTu Pink Prills
HCDA1-449  Daubers
159723     Dries Clear
352854     Metal Tip

Instructions: Other products:  Rhinestone brads, Ribbon, Lace, Nuvo light green, white card stock, Copic Markers- RV00,RV10,BG32,BG34,G21,G82,YG03,YG17,Y11, Distress Inks-Peacock, Liquid Pearls-light yellow, light pink, Stickles-Star Dust

Instructions:  12 X 12"  Start with 12 X 12 heavy weight white card stock as the base (I was going for a nice pink and white layout).. Cut plaid paper 6" X 10.5" and use Sweetheart Border on the bottom, glue down about 2" from right side.  Cut light pink floral paper 11" X 7" and turquoise paper 11.25" X 7.25", Add sheer lace and embroidered lace to bottom side then glue down to center of page, glue pink ribbon over lace edge.  Cut vertical border 1.75" 11.5" and cut left side with Border Essentials Die.  Cut turquoise strip 5/8" X 11 1/2", glue lace to left side and then glue down on top of pink vertical border. Cut white photo mat 10" X 5" and glue over the center of pink floral paper.  Pic 3 favorite photos and glue to white mat.  Stamp and die cut dogwood flowers (small) and the floral corners X 2 then color floral with Copic markers and sponge flowers with Peacock Distress.  Add corners to photos. Cut hearts from pink paper and white card stock.  Stamp Hey Gorgeous with Peacock on an angle of white heart.  Glue both to bottom of vertical border and add one stacked flower.  Add pink Prills and green Nuvo dots.  Add rhinestone brads top and bottom.  Glue two stacked flowers on top of folded pink ribbon at top right side.  Add glitter as desired to flowers.
Thanks for visiting today!
Robin

Ephesians 2:8-9 (NKJV)

For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast.
We can not work our way to heaven, it is a free gift from God if we will accept it.
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life.  No one comes to the Father except through me"...He is the gift.


Sunday, November 12, 2017

Tags for Christmas

Good morning

Today I have some Christmas tags to share.
I decided to do some of these tags because a good friend of mine from SCS has been after me to get involved with Loll Thompson's 12 Tags of Christmas for a few years now. My friend Nancy Stislow (Stiz2003 from SCS) is such a wonderful tag maker!

This first one has a background made with reinkers and alcohol, shimmer, and glitter.  I die cut the trees and bird from I.O. out of white and sponged with Antique Linen then die cut the deer from Penny Black from gold mirror card stock. The Merry Christmas at the bottom is from Memory Box.

This background is the other half of my first tag only I stamped gold words (Stampington & Co.) on top then spritz with shimmer spray.  I then used stencils and gold and silver paste for the background trees and the snowflakes.  The gold mirror tree is from Sue Wilson and the Deer is an Old Sizzix die on silver mirror.

The background on this tag is alcohol inks in water marbling technique then stamped with silver (Old D.O.T.S. stamp).
The deer is from Dee's Distinctively and the tree is from Sizzix.  The tag is an old Sizzix die as well.

The background on this tag is from spraying Dylusions ink onto kraft sheet, spray with water and dip card stock in then sprinkle Kosher salt on until dry and then it brush off.  The trees are Cottage Cutz and Memory Box from white glitter paper. The deer set is Memory Box.

LOL, this background is the shaving cream marbling technique...the reason I laugh is because it is very odd looking for a sky but, oh well.  The deer is again Penny Black, the mountain is I.O., the trees are Penny Black, I punched the moon.  I stamped Peace (Stampendous) at the bottom with VersaMark and clear embossed.  I sponged Opaque White (Hero Arts) for shine on the black die cuts.

This was another marbled background but I stenciled rays over it with silver Lumiere paint. I used Aged Silver embossing powder to do the edges and sprinkled some on the tag as well.  I stamped words (Stampington & Co.) with silver. The die cut is (part of) the Nativity die from Our Daily Bread Designs and the star is from Memory Box.

This background is also alcohol inks in water marbling. Stamped in silver (Renaissance Art Stamps) and then I clear embossed snowflakes (Penny Black) on the background as well. The trees are Memory Box out of white glitter paper and I punch the moon again.

My last tag today is done with Oxide Inks and water then spritzed with shimmer.  Clear embossed snowflakes (Penny Black) then die cut the large snowflake out, glued acetate to the back and did and inlay with white glitter die cut snowflake. This is called a floating inlay, my friend Nancy did one last year with the Sizzix tree which looks a lot better than this because it is more of an outline and you can see through so much better...see it HERE she also gives a link to the artist she got the idea from, Catherine Pooler.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Heartfelt- Love Is In The Air-Love Collection Debut

Good morning everyone

Today is the exciting debut of the Love Collection.  It is beautiful!
The border dies, papers and stamps are so lovely!! 

This is a Gatefold card using one of the new Sweetheart Borders for the outer flaps.  

The Dogwood flowers are used making another type of flower today 
and I've used the sweet new Stamen and Prills around them.  
The ribbon was made into a multi-loop bow with long tails which run in and out through the flowers the entire length of the flowers.


Heartfelt-God Bless You

Heartfelt Creation products: 

Instructions: Other products: Liquid Pearls-white, Seam Binding, Distress ink: Pickled Raspberry, Twisted Citron, Ranger-Tropical Raspberry, White pearls, Memento-London Fog, Copic Markers- RV10, B91, Y32, white card stock, 3-M foam tape, Fun Foam

Instructions: Card size: 6 X 6".  Cut card stock 12 X 6" and score at 3" and 9" leaving a 6" space in the middle.  Cut Dogwood decorative paper blue to fit middle section and two 3" pieces for the outside flaps.  Cut two 3" pink dogwood decorative papers for inside. Cut two 1/2" blue and two 1/2" pink strips.  Glue pink strips to the blue 3" pieces about 1/4" from edge and same with blue to pink.  Die cut all 3" pieces with Sweetheart Border outside/outline die.  Die cut both 3" flaps with the same outline die. Die cut Window Box Elements decorative die twice, Sweetheart Border Die twice Raindrops On Roses Die, Decorative Medallion die twice all from white linen.  Stamp, cut and color Dogwood & doves, form and stack flowers then punch hole in center and insert stamen.  Add a few light green Prills around stamen on white flowers. Die cut "God Bless You" sentiment from panel on the Heartfelt Love Collection paper and cut a larger oval from pink decorative paper.  Glue die cut pink 3" panels to inside of flaps, glue blue 3" panels to outside of flaps.  Glue white Sweetheart Border to outside flaps and the Window Box decorative die to inside.  Glue pink oval on top of blue center panel then glue two white Decorative Medallion dies, one on each side of pink oval.  Glue Raindrops On Roses die cut on top of pink oval.  Cut the smaller oval out of FunFoam and glue under sentiment then glue sentiment to the center of pink oval.  Tie a bow from crinkled seam binding and leave long tails to curl around oval a bit.  Add flowers and doves using glue and foam tape where needed.  Use Liquid Pearls to add faux pearls to white die cuts.  Add pearl halves to outside flap Sweetheart die cut.
Thank you for visiting today!
Robin

1 Timothy 2:1-2

Pray for All Men

Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence.


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Heartfelt-Congratulations House Gift Box

Good morning!
How is this for a gift box?  I thought it would make a fun Home warming gift box.  
I had to put a car out front as well don't you know. 


The house is scored every 1/2" to look like siding.

The bottom and the chimney is embossed with a brick folder then sponged.








Heartfelt Creations-Congratulations House Gift Box

Products:

173842          Score-Pal


Instructions: Other ptoducts: Chip board, brad, Spellbinder rectangle Nestabilities, Spellbinder Square Nestabilities, Xyron Butterfly punch, pearls, Acrylic paint-black, white, blue, green, Acetate, Copic Markers: R21, R14, R29, YG03, YG17, C01, C02, C03, C05, Y11, Y15, Y38, YR04, B00, B02, V12, V15 BG11 BV20, Distress Ink-Wilted Violet, Shabby Shutters, Worn Lipstick, Soft Gray, Lace, Paper Mache House Box, White Linen card stock, Neenah White card stock, Fun Foam.

Instructions: Size is approx. 7 X 7  Paint all corners of the box top to match roof (with gray paint) also paint the trim and house colors in case paper doesn't cover completely (with white and or light green).  Add more heavy chip board to base for a driveway and paint gray.  Paint grass area green.  Cover bottom half of box with light green decorative paper from the Flowering Dogwood paper collection after scoring every half inch and sponging with Shabby Shutters Distress Ink and cover bottom 1" with white linen embossed with a brick embossing folder, then sponge with Worn Lipstick Distress ink and Soft Gray Ink. Cover chimney with brick embossed stock as well.   Make window frames using two smallest square dies from Spellbinders Square Nestibilities and add lace to window openings trimming to fit inside.  Make the door and frame using two rectangle dies from Spellbinders nesting rectangles, (I had to shorten both outside and inside by about 1/2" to make it the right size).  Make a set of stairs with white paper and Fun Foam. Cut the border trim X 4 and glue pieces to top of house box bottom then cut "trellis with Window Box Elements die and cut it in half.  Stamp, die cut and sponge color on the leaves and flowers.  Form flowers (some are closed).  Stamp, die cut and color car and banner. Die cut several layers of car from chip board to strengthen car and add acetate at the bottom folding it in two and gluing half under the "yard" part of the chip board base. Box Top: Paint roof gray and add darker gray dry brushed strokes for tiles.  Cover house surface with light green (to match) card stock.  Cut several pieces of 1/8" white linen for trim at bottom of box top, chimney top and for roof line. Cut and miter border trim for the dormers.  Add pearls to cover seams where needed.  Final steps: glue plants and trellis to house base, add Prills as flowers.  Add brad for door knob (I cut off the legs of the brad and used tacky glue to secure).  

Thanks for visiting today! Robin

Hebrews 4:12

12 For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.



Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Heartfelt-Foam Paper Flowers Debut

Good morning!
Woohoo, look what we have at Heartfelt Creations, yup, foam paper!  This stuff is amazing!  You heat it and shape it.
This first card is a shaped card inspired by our very own Liz Gaze!  If you have never seen one of her videos you should take a look at the video link I have below.  She is adorable!





Heartfelt-My Wish For You

Heartfelt products:
HCFS1-465  Art Foam Paper
HCS1-457   Pastel Pearl-Small
HCS1-458-3 Bright Bead-Medium
HCDO1-278  Classic Petunia Paper Collection
HCD1-7144  Decorative Medallion Die
HCD1-768   Enchanted Mum Die
HCPC-3691  Enchanted Mum Stamp Set
HCD1-7125  Wildwood Florals Die
HCPC-3769  Wildwood Floral Stamp Set
HCPC-3773  Flowering Dogwood Stamp Set
HCD1-7129  Flowering Dogwood Die
HCD1-7154  Eyelet Circle & Basic Small Die
PGM15015   Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear
159723     Dries Clear Adhesive
HCDA1-449  Stack and Store Daubers
352854     Metal Tip for Adhesive
TSSZ12     StazOn Ink-Vibrant Violet
TSMP707    Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink
TSMP704    New Sprout Memento Ink

Instructions: Other products:  Cactus StazOn, Wilted Violet Distress Ink, Citron Distress Ink, Linen Seam Binding, White Linen card stock, White Neenah smooth, Fun Foam, glue gun.

Instructions: Card size approximately 5 1/4 X 5 1/4".  Cut white card stock 5 1/2" X 11", fold in half and place decorative die outline on one side with the top corner hanging over the fold so that it doesn't cut the top all the way out (see Lis Gaze's tutorial on shaped cards).  Place the top plate up to but not over the straight side of die so the it does not cut the center of the card and then run it through your die cutting machine.  Turn the die around and cut the other side the same way.  The bottom will need a bit of trimming between bottom scallops, it should look similar to the top folded edge. Now cut a purple panel the same way to match and glue it to the folded card.  Die cut the inside part of the decorative die twice from white and glue to purple panel. Cut Scallop edge circle from decorative Classic Petunia paper and another smaller circle from same paper. Cut a piece of Fun Foam to fit smaller circe to pop up.  Cut out and chevron the ends of My Wish For You (from Classic Petunia Paper). Use Vibrant Violet Stazon to stamp Enchanted Mums on the Art Foam Paper and die cut then sponge on Wilted Violet to color.  Use Cactus StazOn to stamp Wildwood Florals on Art Foam Paper and die cut (no extra color was added).  Die seam binding to match for bow, scrunch up and let dry.  Use your heat gun to heat foam mums which will cause them to curl upward, use your hand to cup it after heating to help with the cupping action to form your mums using several layers (a glue gun works best for gluing the foam together).  Punch a small whole in the center of layered flower and insert stamen. Heat Wildwood foam flowers and shape each petal by twisting and pinching. Layer and add small pastel stamen. Stamp Dogwood leaves using Bamboo Leaves Memento and coloring with New Sprout Memento Ink, form and add to flower arrangement.  Add light green pearls and glittered dragon fly (from Enchanted Mums).  Make a bow and add to top of card.





Heartfelt Creation - Two Hearts/Roses

Heartfelt Products:
HCFS1-465  Art Foam Paper
HCS1-457-1 Pastel Pearl-Small
HCD1-760   Delightful Daisy Die
HCPC-3656  Delightful Daisy Stamp Set
HCD1-7110  Classic Rose Die
HCPC-3752  Classic Rose Stamp Set
HCD1-743   Raindrops on Roses Die
HCD1-783   Border Essentials Die
HCD1-7156  Eyelets Oval & Basic Small Die
TSMP707    Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink
HCDP1-279  Classic Wedding Paper Collection
HCPC-3790  Classic Wedding Wishes Stamp Set
159723     Dries Clear Adhesive
HCDA1-449  Stack and Store Daubers
352854     Metal Tip for Adhesive


Instructions: Other Products: Spellbinder Scalloped Oval die, pearls, Pickled Raspberry Distress Ink, Lemon Yellow Distress Ink, White Linen Card Stock, 3-M foam tape, Glue gun.

Instructions: Card size 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" Stamp roses with Pickled Raspberries and Daisies with Lemon Yellow (permanent ink like Staz-on works much better for the foam paper). Die cut then add color to the ends of the paper with more distrss inks.  Heat foam with heat gun or iron and then form. Glue together with a glue gun for best results.  Punch small holes in the centers of the daisies and stick the stamen through the holes. Glue from the back and cut off excess stems.  Die cut 2 Raindrops on Roses decorative dies from white linen.  Stamp sentiment with Pickled Raspberry and die cut with Oval.  Die cut scallop oval from pick decorative paper from the Classic Wedding Collection.  Die cut 4 Basic Borders and cut a rectangle from Classic Wedding Paper. Make a frame with the basic borders and miter corner then glue to the back of rectangle pink paper then glue it to the white folded card. Foam tape decorative dies and butt them end to end on the rectangle. Glue the pink scallop oval to the center of decorative die cuts and foam tape white sentiment oval to the scalloped oval. Glue a white seam binding bow to left corner. Use glue gun to add roses and daisies to the left side of ovals and add leaves to fill in.  Finish with white pearls on the corners and on the decorative die.
Thanks for visiting today!
Robin



Romans 12:2

And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.
How do you transform your mind?  By reading and studying God's Word the Bible.  By NOT watching what is evil and watching what is good, (you will know what is good and acceptable in the sight of God when you read and study His Word) by not speaking evil but speaking life into other people, encouraging, uplifting, doing good unto others. Being thankful and praying always.