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Today I have another card using the fabulous Backyard Blossoms collection from Heartfelt Creations. I really enjoy using the shadow boxes as they create another dimension to my cards.
HCDP1-290 Backyard Blossoms Paper
HCPC-3828 Garden’s Edge Coneflower Stamp
HCD1-7182 Garden’s Edge Coneflower Die
HCD1-7820 Blossoming Coneflower Die
HCPC-3826 Blossoming Coneflower Stamp
HCPC-3827 Backyard Blossoms Stamp set
HCD1-7181 Backyard Blossoms Die
HCPC-3823 Butterfly Dreams Borders Stamp
HCPC-7177 Butterfly Dream Borders Die
HCPC-3794 Window Box Frame Stamp
HCD1-7148 Window Box Die
HCD1-7148Window Box Elements Die
HCD1-745 Luggage and Tag die
HCD2-749 Cut Mat Create 1A die
HCBC1-456-2 Shadow Box
RACP962 Ranger Archival Ink Fern Green
RACP436 Ranger Archival Ink – Leaf Green
RACP505 Ranger Archival Ink – Sepia
RACP638 Ranger Archival Ink – Rose Madder
RACP494 Ranger Archival ink – Majestic Violet
TSMP802 Memento Peanut Brittle ink
TSMP900 Memento Tuxedo Black ink
ANC850 Spring Bling Prills – Heart of Gold
ANC850 Spring Bling Prills – Guilt Trip
PGM 15015 Crystal Clear
159723 Dries Clear
HCPP3-452 White Cardstock
HCDA2-450 Stack and Store Daubers
Cut a piece of white cardstock 6” x 12”, score at 6” along the long side and fold to create a 6” x 6” card base. Cut a 6” x 6” panel from the patterned paper and adhere to the front of the card
Cut a piece of the wheat field patterned paper to fit the back of the shadow box and adhere to the base of the shadow box card. Stamp the wheat image from the HCPC-3827 Backyard Blossoms Stamp set in Fern Green and Peanut Brittle inks on white cardstock. Colour the image with the Leaf Green and Peanut Brittle inks and die cut with the coordinating die. Add Heart of Gold Prills to the wheat and adhere to the back of the shadow box. Stamp the butterfly border die in Majestic Violet ink on white cardstock. Colour the butterflies with Majestic Violet ink and die cut with the coordinating die. Add Crystal Clear to the butterflies with Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge. Trim the butterflies and adhere the medium size butterfly over the wheat inside the box. Cut a piece of clear cardstock 3” x 4” and adhere to the back of the window. Cut a piece of the wheat field patterned paper 5 ½” x 4 ¼” and trim ½” off each edge. To make the frame die cut the centre of the paper out with the HCD2-749 Cut Mat Create 1A die and adhere to the front of the shadow box. Stamp the window image from the HCPC-3794 Window Box Frame Stamp set in Tuxedo Black ink and die cut the window using the coordinating die and adhere to the front of the box. Add the 1/2:” trimmed edges to the sides of the box. Die cut the tags from the HCD1-745 Luggage and Tag die and adhere them to the side of the box with twine and a stud. Adhere the box to the card front as shown.
Stamp the coneflower frame image from the HCPC-3828 Garden’s Edge Coneflower Stamp set in Fern Green and Rose Madder ink on white cardstock. Colour the flower with Rose Madder ink and the leaves with Leaf Green and die cut with the coordinating die. Add Guilt Trip Prills to the heads of the flowers and then adhere to the window as shown.
Stamp the coneflower images from the HCPC-3826 Blossoming Coneflower, HCPC-3828 Garden’s Edge Coneflower, and HCPC-3827 Backyard Blossoms Stamp sets in Rose Madder, Majestic Violet, Fern Green and Sepia inks on white cardstock. Colour the stems and leaves in Leaf Green ink, the pink flowers in Rose Madder, the purple flowers in Majestic Violet inks and the leaves with Leaf Green and the heads with Peanut Brittle inks and die cut with the coordinating die. Shape with the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit. Add Guilt Trip Prills to the heads of the flowers. Add Crystal Clear to the flowers and adhere around the bottom right of the card and over the frame as shown.
Add the remaining butterflies to the card as shown.
I hope you are having a lot of fun with the Backyard Blossoms set. For more inspiration please visit the Heartfelt Creations blog here: https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/blog/713/stuck-creatively-creative-inspiration-just-for-you
Ka Kite Anu
5 thoughts on “Blossoming Picture Window”
Such a beautiful piece! I love everything about it!
Aw Patricia, so sweet!! Nothing like a window to look out over the wildflowers growing in the yard, beautiful my friend!
This so beautiful Patricia! A picture within a picture…love it!
All the layers really give so much depth to this card. Another beautiful walk through one of your gardens, Patricia!