A Vase of Petunias

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back to my second blog post for Heartfelt Creations this week and I have a card featuring some beautiful Classic Petunias.

Products Used:

Large Classic Petunia Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3786
Large Classic Petunia DieHCD1-7140
Small Classic Petunia Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3785
Small Classic Petunia DieHCD1-7139
Tulip Vase & Fillers Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3860
Tulip Vase & Fillers DieHCD1-7220
3D Cherry Blossom Shaping MoldHCFB1-474
Tweet Cherry Blossoms Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3866
Tweet Cherry Blossoms DieHCD1-7230
Cherry Blossom Retreat Paper CollectionHCDP1-2100
Arrows and Banner DieHCD1-7204
Eyelet Lace Frames DieHCD2-7192
Bright Bead Stamens-MediumHCS1-458-3
Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 – WhiteHCPP1-475
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30HCDA2-450
3D Floral Basics Shaping MoldHCFB1-464
Rajni Chawla’s Crystal ClearPGM15015
Rajni Chawla’s Frosting PowderPGM15016

Other Products: 

White cardstock, foam tape, spray adhesive, heavy cardboard

For more tips on creating with the Classic Petunia collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/KOy_qNB9OAk.

For more tips on creating with the tags & sentiments, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/eAfLuNkRda4.

For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.

Instructions: 

Cut a piece of white cardstock 10” x 7”, score at 5” along the long side and fold to create a base card of 5” x 7”. Cut a piece of white cardstock 4 15/16” x 6 15/16” and adhere to the card front with a 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2” piece of heavy cardboard. Die cut three decorative dies from the HCD1-7192 Eyelet Lace Frames Die set out of white cardstock. Adhere the outer dies together and add Frosting Powder to the die with spray adhesive. Adhere to the card front. Add a single inner to the centre of the card.

Stamp the vase from the HCPC-3860 Tulip Vase and Fillers Stamp set in Forget-Me-Knot ink on white cardstock and die cut with the coordinating die. Sponge with French Ultramarine ink, shape and adhere the vase to the front of the card with foam tape.

Stamp the large and small petunias from the HCPC-3786 Large Classic Petunia and HCPC-3785 Small Classic Petunia Stamp sets in Magenta Hue ink for the flowers and Leaf Green ink for the leaves. Colour the centres of the flowers with Magenta Hue and Cactus Flower inks with the stack and store daubers and the leaves with the Vivid Chartreuse inks and die cut with the coordinating dies. Shape using the 3D Basic Flower Shaping Mold and then squeeze the flowers with fingers before assembling. Pierce the centres of the flowers and add the deep pink stamens through the centres. Add Crystal Clear glitter to the flowers with Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge. When dry trim the wire stems and adhere draping over the vase as shown. Make a small bud with a small flower and add a small leaf to the base and then add to the flowers. Add extra leaves around the flowers.

Stamp the petunia border image from the HCPC-3786 Large Classic Petunia Stamp set in Jet Black ink on Iris cardstock. Colour with Zig Clean Colour Brush Markers and die cut with the coordinating die. Add Crystal Clear to the border with Dries Clear glue on a dry sponge. Trim the borders and adhere around the flowers and leaves as shown.

Stamp the sentiment from the HCPC-3785 Small ClassicPetunia Stamp set in Cactus Flower ink on white cardstock and die cut using the smallest arrow die from the HCD1-7204 Arrows & Banner Die set. Adhere this sentiment to a piece of blue sky paper from the Cherry Blossom Paper Collection and trim to create a small border. Adhere to the bottom of the card as shown and add a small petunia spray to the left side of the arrow.

Stamp the bird images from the HCPC3866 Tweet Cherry Blossoms Stamp in Jet Black ink on white cardstock and die cut with the coordinating die. Colour with French Ultramarine and Peanut Brittle inks and shape using the coordinating mold. Add Crystal Clear glitter using Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge and adhere around the flowers and on the left side of the arrow sentiment.

I have one more blog post to come.

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

 

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