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Heartfelt Creations March Release - Once upon a time!

We all agree that time is precious, so we are pleased to invite you to celebrate the memorable moments in your life with the debut of the Once Upon a Time Collection.   Deep shades of copper, teal and rose are complimented by neutrals in cream, grey, and beige all artfully layered with sumptuous images of time pieces, clock faces, florals, flourishes and script backgrounds.  Detailed stamps feature clocks, sentiments and collaged images designed to coordinate with the Once Upon a Time die which saves you precious time by cutting 12 clock faces or circle sentiments with one pass through your die cutting machine. You will reach for the timeless images of this versatile collection for special occasions and everyday moments alike. 
Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by March 18th to be eligible to win the entire collection valued at $197.00

Here is what I created,




Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC 

HCDP1 241 Once upon a time Paper Collection

HCPC 3594 Time Sentiments PreCut Set
HCPC 3578 Majestic Morning Background PreCut Set

HCD 744 Once upon a time die
HCD 742 Majestic Morning Die
HCD 740 Sweet Juliet Die
HDC 743 Raindrops on Roses Die

159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit

Other Products Used 

Tombow Multi Mono Glue,  Momento Black Tuxedo Ink, Distress Ink(Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, old Papers), Ribbon



Start by following the tutorial here (http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/easelcard/) to prepare the card base. Cut two card panels from the Once upon a time paper collection and adhere one of the front panel of the card and other on the inside of the card. Die cut decorative element using the Raindrop on Roses die. Snip it into two. Stamp flowers from the Majestic Morning Background PreCut set and die cut using the coordinating Majestic Morning Die. Colour the flowers with old paper distress ink and mold to shape using the molding mat and tool kit. Layer flowers and add beads to their centres. Die cut leaves from the Sweet Juliet Die. Colour with Shabby Shutters and Peeled Paint distress ink and mold to shape using the molding mat and tool kit. Stamp the sentiment using the Time Sentiments PreCut Set and die cut using the Once upon a time die. Ink it up with old paper distress ink. Arrange the elements(flowers, leaves, decorative elements, sentiment) on the front and the inside panel of the card. 

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