This week I am featuring the Italiana Riviera paper collection from Heartfelt Creations as well as the Vintage Floret roses. I have the Wellington Paper Arts Show coming up in August and I need to have some samples to take to the show. I have also started working on a flip flap album using the Glammed papers and will show the outcome here when it is finished. In the meantime I have made some gorgeous cards with the Italiana Riviera papers. This range from Heartfelt Creations is so versatile in that you can make them as feminine as you want or keep them for masculine cards.
First up is a card that I have created using the Italiana Grape Clusters Cling Stamps and coordinating Grape Clusters die while the roses are from the Vintage Floret cling stamp and die set. I have coloured in the images using a blender pen and inks. I love the look of colouring this way and the glitter finish adds an extra touch to the finished products.
Here is the inside of the card.
I was too impatient to make some cards and didn’t take the time to add some dimension with shaping the grapes and leaves. But it still made a good card.
Here I have done some shaping and it has made a huge difference by adding dimension and depth to the cards. I used foam dots to adhere the die cuts to the cards.
A pretty bow adds a feminine touch to the card.
All these cards are available for sale at Gift Hutt and I will have more samples at the Wellington Paper Arts show in August. Check out Gift Hutt for Heartfelt Creations products to make your own cards and scrapbook layouts. I am sure this range will prove to be very popular as I made another card for a customer to buy before I had a chance to take a photo.
Papers – HC Italiana Riviera
Cardstock – CTMH Colonial White, Cocoa
Stamps – HC Italiana Grape Clusters, Vintage Floret
Dies – HC Italiana Grape Clusters, Vintage Floret, Spellbinders Rectangles
Inks – Memento Tuxedo Black, Sweet Plum, Lulu Lavender, Expresso Truffle, Bamboo Leaves, Olive Grove
Blender pen – Stampin Up
Have a good week and Happy Crafting