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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Heartfelt-Winter's Cozy Fire Tunnel Card

Good morning!
We have exciting news for today...a special release!
Along with these new fantastic tunnel cards and shadow box cards 
are sets of wonderful Oval dies and Circle dies to match.
They are just what we've needed and now they are here for all of us to play with!
There are 2 sets of each the circles and the ovals so that you can make really nice layers.
My card features the Oval Tunnel Card, The Winter's Eve Collection and the Festive Holly Collection.

This top page is actually an oval opening as well but the window stamp and die set covers it.
I fussy cut the angel girl and the tree so that I could use them on separate pages.


For this little book card I covered the last, smallest oval with my image so that I could use the last page as a place for tags and a personal message from me.

Heartfelt Creations- Winter's Cozy Fire Tunnel Card

Products:

Instructions: Other Products: Pearls, Copic Markers (YG03, YG23, YG15, R21, R24, R29, E00, E01, E53, E33, E35, E50, E93, Y21, Y24, Y31, Y11, Y15, Y38, BV20, B00, B02, RV10, RV02, W02, W03, C02, C03), Memento Inks (Rose Bud, Angel Pink-for stamping and sponging color on Poinsettisa), Spellbinders Rectangles Nestabilities.

Instructions: Construct 5 X 7 layered card then cut designer paper for each side of each page (sponge edges of all pages).  The first page is the largest oval and they get smaller as you go.  For the first page, in order for the window frame to fit, you need to cut the designer paper with a rectangle (large enough for the window) a bit smaller than the opening.  Before gluing front piece of designer paper, glue a piece of ribbon about 8 or 9" hanging over the edge, then glue your "cover" page on. Stamp and die cut the window from white card stock, die cut Window Box Elements (decorative pieces) and cut the larger decorative piece in half lengthwise (these will be the shutters). Glue window, shutters and topper onto the front cover. Stamp, die cut and color holly and cardinal (several pieces are used throughout), form slightly then add the Crystal Clear glitter. Stamp, die cut and color the sled, add some bakers twine as a pull rope. Pop the sled up against the "wall" next to the window. Add the holly and cardinal to the left side of the cover.  On the inside, glue the window to the opening, add a holly garland and double pocket at the bottom.  Page 2, cut the oval from designer paper and glue to page.  Add a holly garland and the little girl (she is looking at the tree!) add another double pocket at the bottom and stamp "Twas the night before Christmas", die cut with Spellbinders A2 Rectangles. The back of the 2nd page is just designer paper and Poinsettias (stamp, die cut and sponge poinsettias with Angle Pink then form flowers and add Prills). The third page has the Christmas tree in the oval and poinsettias also a little sentiment "ticket". The back of page 3 has one of the Regal borders and some holly.  Page 4 has one of the Regal borders and more holly, also the fireplace glued to the oval opening.  The back of page 4 has a double Blossom Corner and the last page has a single Blossom corner. Both the double and single are pockets.  Cut tags from designer paper.  Add a poinsettia to the top right.  The back cover has another piece of ribbon glued between layers.  Tie little "book" closed.

Thanks for visiting!
Robin
See all the designer samples HERE.

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11 For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.

7 comments:

Susie Williams said...

Your pregnant!!!! LOL, Mate you can't start a write up with......we have exciting news today!!! OK I am composed now.....your card is so incredibly beautiful Robin. Heartfelt Creations are so lucky to have you showcase their wonderful products. I could look at your amazing work all day long. Thank you for sharing your talent and always inspiring me.

SussiPoppins said...

I think we will all love these tunnel cards...I love the inside page with the flowers! Inky hugs

Olga Jewell said...

Absolutely Gorgeous!!!

Jan's Paper Flowers said...

This is gorgeous Robin!

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Beautiful!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Robin, I LOVE your creation, and I surely agree with Susie that you are so amazingly talented. BUT--what a giggle I got out of her comment! She's so adorable and funny! Back on the ranch and on focus, I totally am in awe of this amazing tunnel card with the detail and beautiful coloring! STUNNING! Hugs and love, precious friend! xoxo

Bev Polen said...

Wow, Robin! The tunnel card is splendid, and you never disappoint me with your excellent creations. I love the designs you used to fill each page with beauty. Your coloring is indicative of a top-notch colorist!! I love the card, sweet one!! Hugs!