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Debuting the Sweet Lullaby Collection!


Everybody loves a baby, that’s why we’re inviting you to fall in love with the Sweet Lullaby Collection from Heartfelt Creations.  Preserve special moments spent with your little angel in this endearing baby and toddler themed assortment of papers, stamps and dies.   Shades of sunshine yellow, rose- petal pink and baby blue are the perfect complement for delightful hand drawn images of napping infants and frolicking toddlers enjoying their favorite toys and activities.  Six detailed stamp sets are ideal for creating cards, shower invitations, mini albums, scrapbook embellishments and more.  Delicate dies allow you to create lacy baby booties, flowers and a stylish baby carriage. Everything about Sweet Lullaby is precious and adorable…just like your cherished little darlings!  
Leave a comment on the blog by May 20th and you will be entered to win the entire collection valued at $150.00. 




Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC 

HCPC 3605 
HCDP1 243 Sweet Lullaby Paper Collection

HCD 746 Sweet Lullaby Die

159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit


Other Products Used 

Tombow Multi Mono Glue,Distress Ink(Old Paper),foam adhesive,pearls, lace


Start with a shadow box. I recycled an empty chocolate box into a shadow box. Cut pattern paper to size from the Sweet Lullaby Paper Collection and cover the entire box. Add lace on the inside and Die cut all elements using Sweet Lullaby die and assemble everything as shown.

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