Wednesday, February 22, 2012

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

Welcome back to Heartfelt Creations Wednesday.  I am so glad that you have stopped by.  This week's project features the Twining Clematis from the February new release.  This new release is such a versatile set of stamps and dies.  You can achieve many looks from the flowers just by the colors that you choose to use.  They can be used for everyday designs and for the special occasions.  Be sure to stop by Heartfelt Creations Blog and be inspired by all the talented design team members creations this week.
Detail View of Twining Clematis
Heartfelt Creation Products:

Other:  Memento Ink Tuxedo Black, Memento Marker Cottage Ivy, Couture Creations Deep Sea Diver embossing folder, white card stock, black card stock, fuchsia card stock, die cutting machine, Pop Dots, white organza ribbon, Bow Easy, Copic Markers: RV63, RV19, E81,C1

How it is made:

Cut white card stock at 8”x 10 3/4".  Score the card stock at 5 3/8” to form card base.  Cut fuchsia card stock at 7 7/8”x 5 1/4".  Attach to card base.  Cut black card stock at 6 5/8”x 5”.  Cut fuchsia card stock at 4 3/4"x 6 3/8”.  Use embossing folder and die cutting machine and emboss fuchsia card stock.  Attach embossed card stock to black card stock.  Attach white organza ribbon to embossed card stock and then add to the center of card base.  Cut white card stock at 3 1/2”x 3 1/2”.  Stamp Twining Clematis towards the bottom left corner of the white card stock with Tuxedo Black ink.  Color vines and leaves with the Cottage Ivy Memento marker.  Color the flowers with the Copic markers.  Outline the flowers with the C1 Copic marker. Stamp the sentiment in Tuxedo Black ink on top right of stamping block. On a scrap of white card stamp the three smallest Clematis flowers with Tuxedo Black ink.  Color the flower images with Copic markers.  Use the Cross and Lilies Die and the die cutting machine to cut out the flowers.  Set aside until later.  Cut black card stock at 3 3/4"x 3 3/4".  Attach stamped image to black card stock and add to card front.  Add the largest stamped flower to the stamped image using a pop dot.  Attach to three other stamped flowers to the top right hand corner of the card front in a cluster with pop dots.  Add a small organza bow to the ribbon on card front.  

Until next time.....Happy Paper Crafting!


  1. This is gorgeous! Looks like you could pick those flowers right off the page!

  2. Beautiful card! Love the pink - you've matched your flowers to the card stock perfectly.

  3. I simply adore that you used fuchsia! You did a fabulous job on the flowers and I love the composition of your card.

  4. Ooo how pretty. These look just like my beloved Star Gazer Lillie. Just wonderful. Sorry I am so late, but I am trying to catch up from my trip.