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Heartfelt Creations Wednesday Inspiration!




Products Used:
HCDP1 243 Sweet Lullaby Paper Collection
HCPC 3605 Sweet Lullaby Sentiments PreCut Set
HCD 745 Luggage and Tags Die
HCD 746 Sweet Lullaby Die
HCD 740 Sweet Juliet Die

Project Instructions:
Other Products: Tombow Multi Mono Glue, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Distress Ink (Peeled Paint, Mustard Seed, Spun Sugar), Foam Adhesive, Pearls, ribbon.

Instructions: Start with brown card base, 5.5" X 5.5". Cut pattern paper from the Sweet Lullaby Collection to size, distress the edges and adhere to card base. Cut 9 pieces of pattern paper measuring 1 1/2" x 1 1/2", distress the edges, ink up lightly using Spun Sugar Ink and adhere on the card base using foam adhesive. Die cut the pram using the Sweet Lullaby Die in glitter paper and thread a ribbon through the loops. Die cut a tag using the Luggage and Tags die and stamp sentiment in black ink. Thread through the ribbon on the pram and adhere pram to the card base. Die cut flowers using Sweet Lullaby die and leafy vines using the Sweet Juliet Die from white card stock. Colour lightly with distress inks and blend with water. Assemble on card as shown.

Comments

  1. This is so sweet, Ujjwal! I love the sparkly pram!

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  2. Such a beautiful card Ujjwal!! I love the yellow flowers, and the glitter on the baby carriage.

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  3. Beautiful, Ujjwal! I love how you did the background with the designer papers and your beautiful flowers! Blessings! Kathy

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