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Debuting the Celebrate the Journey Collection!

Heartfelt Creations invites you to “Celebrate the Journey” with this classic travel-themed collection.  Whether you are traveling around the world or around the block, you will find papers, stamps and dies to document your life’s adventures.  The coordinating stamps and papers feature maps, compass roses, bicycles, hot air balloons, vintage suitcases, boarding passes and postcards. The clever Luggage and Tag die even creates a delightful 3-D suitcase! Soft hues of light green, deep teal, pink and rose merge with subtle, neutral backgrounds that are richly layered with beautiful fonts, flourishes and focal images.  “Celebrate the Journey” is just the ticket for both masculine and feminine projects, the perfect traveling companion for all of life’s journeys great and small. 
Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creation blog by April 15th and you will be entered to win the entire collection valued at $180.00.


This collection is filled with some amazing stamps including a cute bicycle, a hot air balloon and my favorite World Map Background :)





Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC 

HCDP1 242 Celebrate the Journey Paper Collection

HCPC 3598 World Map PreCut Set
HCPC 3596 Celebrate the Journey Sentiments PreCut Set 

HCD 743   Raindrops on Roses Die
HCD 745   Celebrate the Journey Die
HCD 744   Once Upon a Time Die


Other Products Used 

Tombow Multi Mono Glue,Distress Ink(Peeled Paint),Twine, foam adhesive 

Start with a 12”X12” piece of brown card stock. Choose a pattern paper from the Celebrate the Journey Collection. Tear the top edge and adhere to the brown card base. Die a “Time for Getaway” ticket from the papers and adhere to the top right corner. Die cut some tags using the Celebrate the journey tag dies from card stock. Stamp on some of the tags using the “” stamp in green ink and also ink the edges of the tags in green. Die cut the decorative element using the Raindrops on Roses die. Stamp the sentiment using the Celebrate the Journey Sentiments PreCut set and die cut using the Once Upon a time die. Layer the sentiment using foam dots. Now that all the elements are ready, layer them on the base along with the photos and adhere in place.

Do hop over the HC blog to check out the amazing design team samples using the new collection.

Comments

  1. What a beautiful layout. She's just too cute.

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  2. Such a great layout! Love the blue with the browns...and your little fella is adorable!

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