Wednesday, January 18, 2012

It is that time again. Welcome to Heartfelt Creation Wednesday!!

Good Morning everyone.  Thanks for stopping by to take a look at my newest project for Heartfelt Creations.  This week's project features more of January's new release from Chateau Gate Collection.  This collection is so versatile and can be used to celebrate so many important times in some one's life. 
Make sure to stop by Heartfelt Creations Blog for so many more inspiring ideas from the other creative Design Team members.

Welcoming You


 
Heartfelt Creations Products:

Other:  white card stock, light green card stock, dark green card stock, black card stock, tan card stock, Memento ink: Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa, Copic markers: E04, E31, E33, E18, C1, C3, C5, W1, 100, Y08, Y11, R08, YR04, E23, Y000, Pop Dots, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Big Shot

Detail View of Fireplace
 How it is made: 

Cut white card stock at 6”x 9 1/4”.  Score at 4 5/8” to form card base.  Cut two pieces of white card stock at 3”x 4”.  Stamp fireplace image from HCPC 3447 Window Accents on the white card stock with Tuxedo Black ink.  Color images with Copic markers.  Color only the fireplace and logs on one of the stamped images.  Cut out the fireplace and logs and layer them on top of the first stamped image that has been completely colored using pop dots.  This will give your fireplace a little dimension.  Cut out small window die from HCD 718 Decorative Chateau gate in black card stock using the Big Shot.  Cut a piece of tan card stock at 5 7/8”x 4 1/2”.  Attach to card base.  Cut another piece of tan card stock at 5 3/4"x 4 3/8”.  Stamp wood grain stamp from HCPC 3447 Window Accents in Rich Cocoa on the tan card stock.  Repeat stamping using Stamp-a-ma-jig for placement to make it look like siding.  Cut a rectangle out of the tan stamped card stock the size of the center of the black window die cut.  Adhere the die cut frame to the stamped mat.  Attach the stamped and colored fireplace under the tan mat, with the fireplace through the window opening.  Attach the layers to the card base.  Stamp the sentiment stamp in Rich Cocoa on tan card stock.  Cut out the sentiment using the Spellbinders Fancy Tags and the Big Shot.  I added Rich Cocoa ink to the edges of the framed sentiment.  Add to the card front using Pop Dots.  Using the dark green and light green card stock and the vine dies from HCD 718 Decorative Chateau Gate cut several of each color with the Big Shot.  Adhere them around the sentiment frame.

Thanks for stopping by.  Please let me know what you think.  Until next time....Happy Papercrafting!

5 comments:

  1. This is lovely! Such a wonderful use of the stamps and dies! Well done girl!

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  2. Beautiful! I really love the way you colored the stone fire place!

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  3. You created such a cozy scene! Love it!

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  4. The woodgrain background is perfect for the cozy fire! Pretty card!

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