Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Heartfelt Creations September Collection


I am so excited to tell you about the  Heartfelt Creations new collection of stamps and dies you can now order from Joan's Gardens.  The September release is the  Delicate Asters Collection; this collection is stunning and the paper color combinations are unbelievable.  As you know, I love working with flowers so this collection of stamps, dies and gorgeous design paper made me a happy camper!   

I decided to create a "birthday" box for my first project.   This box is 6" x 6".  I used a piece of the gorgeous Delicate Asters design paper for the top, then used the Delicate Asters PreCut Set to stamp  the different size flowers to create my flowers.  They were die cut using the matching "Delicate Asters Dies".  The design paper with this collection is so gorgeous I almost hated to cut into it, but I did and what a beautiful background.  There are two flowers on the piece I used and I then created dimensional flowers to attach over the ones in the design paper.  I used "Concord Grape" Distress Inks to water color the petals and the leaves.  I also love butterflies and there are two beautiful butterflies in the "Delicate Asters & Butterflies PreCut set"; I used just one of them on my box.  The corners are from Cheery Lynn.

 This is another view and I hope you can see the dimension of the flowers and leaves.

This view shows the sides of the box and of course I had to decorate the inside.  In the 12"x12" pack of design paper, there are sheets that have a lot of squares with the beautiful flowers and great sentiments.  Rather than stamping a sentiment I just cut out one of the squares and attached it to a Cheery Lynn Frame.

Here you can read the sentiment better.

I used another piece of the design paper for the bottom of the inside of the box.  On the outside of the box, I cut panels for each side out of a different sheet of the design paper,  then attached the Memory Box "Valencia Border" over it.

I'm sure you will love this Delicate Aster collection.  Be sure to go over to Joan's Gardens to check out the price on the "I Want It All" collection.

All these products can be purchased from Joan's Gardens:
Heartfelt Creations "I Want It All" Delicate Asters Collection"
Heartfelt Creations "Delicate Asters PreCut Set" (HCPC 3494)
Heartfelt Creations "Delicate Asters & Butterflies PreCut Set" (HCPC 3499)
Heartfelt Creations "Delicate Asters Dies"
Memory Box "Valencia Border" (98290)
Cheery Lynn Corner (B162) 
  

14 comments:

Sue - bearhouse said...

WOW!! This is stunning. Just love everything!!!

Sue

Nancy said...

What a stunning project! Just gorgeous!

lisa808 said...

So beautiful! And, it's done in my favorite color.

Olga said...

beautiful bout sums it up!!!

Glenda said...

Be still my heart! This is just the most beautiful card. Well done my friend!

Francie (Montreal) said...

You have the touch! It's beautiful.

Anonymous said...

hello Selma. im a newbie here ,but so glad i found your site .our work is amazing .Beautiful, what more can i say.
best wishes, Heather Peel

Anonymous said...

Lovely

Pat du Toit

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Simply GORGEOUS Selma! (loved your white on white from last posting too). I'm in need of a box and you've certainly inspired me with this beauty!! As always ... your work is FABULOUS!!!!!!!!! Thanks and take care!

phyllis e said...

Selma, This is absolutely gorgeous!Your box gave me great inspiration and I ordered IWIA from Joan's Garden! I have not seen nor ordered a new flower stamp set for many years. This Aser cpollection is fabulous, just like your box!

Caroline D. said...

Beautiful box Selma!! I felt like you... the papers are so pretty that I hated to cut them...lol. You made the inside as special as the outside!

Candy said...

Beautiful project! I agree the papers are gorgeous! I love working with this set too!

Melodie said...

Good Morning,


Do you have a tutorial for the box? Would love to have the instructions. Your work is stunning.

Melodie

Anonymous said...

Muchos Gracias for your article post. Great.

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