Vellum Sun Kissed Fleur Happy Birthday

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back to Inspiration Wednesday at Heartfelt Creations and today I am excited to show you my latest card featuring the new Black Friday dies.  My favourite style is layering decorative dies with some handcrafted flowers that pop on the all white base.  The new Rounded Window Frame die is just stunning and I could not resist the challenge of layering the dies together for these gorgeous vellum flowers.

Products Used:

Other Products: 

Colorbox ink – Olive Pastel, Nuvo Pure Sheen Glitter – Diamond, Versamark ink, Colorbox ink – Frost White, Hot Glue Gun, Foam Tape, Spray Adhesive, Ultimate Crafts Embossing Folder – Ornate Frames, White Cardstock,

For more tips on creating with the Window Scene cards & dies, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/LnM95GR92ao.

Instructions: 

Cut a piece of white cardstock 12” x 6”, score at 6” along the long side and fold to create a base card of 6” x

Cut a piece of white cardstock 12” x 6”, score at 6” along the long side and fold to create a base card of 6” x 6”.  Cut a piece of white cardstock 6” x 6” and emboss using the Ornate Frames embossing folder and adhere to the front of the card. Die cut the large eyelet circle die from the HCD1-7273 Rounded Eyelet Window Die set out of white cardstock and adhere to the front of the card with foam tape.  Die cut the outer decorative die from the HCD1-7271 Rounded Window Frame Die set out of white cardstock.  Add Frosting Powder to the die using Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge and adhere to the eyelet circle.  Die cut an eyelet circle out of white cut using the eyelet circle die from the D1-7154 Eyelet Circle & Basics – Small die set.  Die cut the centre out using the third largest plain edge die from the D1-7154 Eyelet Circle & Basics – Small set.  Die cut a circle using the third largest plain edge die from the D1-7154 Eyelet Circle & Basics – Small set out of white cardstock, and then die cut the inner decorative die from the HCD1-7271 Rounded Window Frame Die set outside this circle.  Add Crystal Clear glitter using Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge and then adhere to the eyelet circle.  Adhere this to the card front with foam tape.  Die cut the inner lattice using the lattice die and the third largest die from the third largest plain edge die from the D1-7154 Eyelet Circle & Basics – Small set.  Add Frosting Powder using spray adhesive and then adhere to the centre recess.

Stamp the flower images from the HCPC-3533 Sun Kissed Fleur Cling Stamp Set in Frost White ink on the vellum and heat emboss with the white Opaque embossing powder.  Colour the flowers with Pink Flambe embellishment mousse and the leaves with Olive Pastel inks on the front of the embossed vellum.  Die cut with the coordinating die, spritz with water on the back and shape using groove golf tools.  Assemble with a hot glue gun when dry and pierce a hole in the centres of the flowers.  Insert one yellow bead stamen and light yellow rock candy stamens and set with a hot glue gun.  Add Diamond glitter to the flowers with Dries Clear glitter on a dry sponge.  Adhere the flowers and leaves around the circle as shown with a hot glue gun.

Stamp the birthday image from the HCPC-3843 Special Birthday Sentiments Stamp set in Versamark ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with gold embossing powder.  Die cut the sentiment using the third smallest arrow die from the HCD1-7204 Arrows & Banner Die set.  Trim the dove tail end and tuck under the flowers on the left.  Adhere the arrow side to the right of the decorative dies as shown.

I have another post coming up so please check it out.

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

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