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Heartfelt Creations Inspiration Wednesday!

It's Wednesday and that means more Heartfelt Creations inspiration. I have a card today and I am completely in love with it. I love the colors in the March Release - Once Upon a Time collection, peaches and green :)





Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC 


HCPC 3591 Alarm and Watch PreCut Set
HCDP1 241 Once Upon a time Paper Collection
HCD 727   Vintage Floret Die
HCD 731 Decorative Leafy Frame die 

Other Products Used 

Tombow Multi Mono Glue,  Jenni Bowlin Ink - Chewing Gum, Brown Sugar, Distress inks(Walnut Stain) , Kaisercraft pearls, ribbon


Start with a A4 size brown card and fold it in half to prepare a card base . Cut a piece of pattern paper to size from the Once Upon a Time Paper collection. Distress the edges, hand-stitch all around and tie a ribbon bow around it. Adhere to card base. Cut a decorative leafy frame from another piece of card stock. Distress the edges and ink lightly with walnut stain distress ink and adhere on top of the pattern paper. Stamp the alarm clock image from the Alarm and Watch PreCut Set using brown sugar ink and fussy cut. Adhere the clock using foam adhesive in the centre of the leafy frame. Die cut flowers using the Vintage Floret die, ink their edges with pink ink, mist with water, mould to shape and assemble them into roses. Adhere to card. Add a pearl to the centre of the clock to finish it off.


Entering this for Lulupu Challenge#27 - Lulupu 2nd Birthday Special
My project uses the following alphabets from the challenge

L  - Leafy Frame die from Heartfelt Creations
P - Pattern paper, pearl, pink & peach colors
C - Card stock, clock image
T - Thread for hand-stitching, Torn edges

Comments

  1. SHeer timelessness! :) The flowers are beautiful :)

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  2. Ujjwal, this card is simply stunning. The color combination reminds me of the roses my mother in law used to grow...all peach and bright pink. The flowers are delicate and oh, so beautiful! Everything about this card makes me smile!

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  3. I love it, the frame and clock together are fantastic!!!!!

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  4. Stunning card. Your flowers are beautiful.

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  5. Wow,what a beautiful creation , Ujjwal ! Thanks so much for joining us for Lulupu 2nd Birthday Celebration and challenge #27.

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  6. Thats a stunner !!! :) Love the wooden frame it really adds to the beauty of the colors u picked !
    Thanks so much for joining us for Lulupu 2nd Birthday Celebration and challenge #27.

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