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First up is a jewellery box that has been decorated with the beautiful Crochet Lace Border die in gold accents and flowers made with the Curved Flower, Five Petal Flower and Daisy Flower dies.
My second project is a perfume bottle complete with atomiser sprayer. The flowers I have used on this is the the Curved Flower, Five Petal Flower, and Daisy Flower dies with the leaves from the Create a Flower Die set.
My final project is an oil bottle and this has been decorated with flowers from the the Curved Flower and the Create a Flower dies.
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Welcome back and today we at Heartfelt Creations are thrilled to announce the release of the very sweet Sugarspun collection.
Tantalizing treats showcased in beautifully decorated display windows draw you to the Sweet Shoppe store front, beckoning you to step inside! With one push of the door, bells jingle announcing your arrival, and all will power is left behind! Welcomed by the aroma of sweet baked goodies and sugar laden confections, in no time at all, the mouthwatering scents of vanilla and almond have you convinced to browse and pick out an irresistible delight…after all, you deserve it! Cupcakes frosted with buttercream icing, dusted with sprinkles and topped off with perfectly round cherries, line the bakery showcase counter and decision making becomes difficult in the moment! It’s time to treat yourself and indulge in the newest and sweetest release from Heartfelt Creations…the Sugarspun Collection! On display are four decadently illustrated cling stamp sets, along with coordinating dies, showcasing frosting draped cupcakes, a sweet treat display cart ready to be filled with yummy treats, as well as charming cupcake accent borders, lollipop embellishments, and decorative planter arrangements. A gourmet paper collection drizzled and dusted in hues of bubblegum pinks, mint greens, frosting blues and scrumptious lilacs have been sprinkled with pretty plaids, petite polka dots, along with bakery-style illustrations of melt-in-your mouth delicacies that are sure to appeal to those sweet tooth cravings! So, come along with us as we make the world a sweeter place one “homemade, made from scratch” paper craft project at a time…and the best part is, no baking or calorie counting required!
I have two projects in two blog posts for you today. First up is a cupcake box that is perfect to put your cupcakes in as a special gift.
Using paper from the collection, cut the cupcake box using the cutting file from here. Assemble according to the instructions given. Add pearl strips as shown.
Die cut the tag using the tag from the HCD1-7201 Tickets & Tags Die set, shape and adhere to the top of the cupcake box.
Stamp the leaf images from the HCPC-3842 Oakberry Lane Blossoms Stamp set in Forest Green ink on flower shaping cardstock. Colour with Leaf Green and Olive inks before die cutting with the coordinating dies. Shape using the coordinating mold and finish shaping with the golf tools. Add to the top of the box lid.
Stamp the flower images from the HCPC-3842 Oakberry Lane Blossoms Stamp set in Magenta Hue ink on the flower shaping paper. Colour the centres with Butter cup ink and the petals with Pink Peony ink. Die cut with the coordinating die and sponge the edges of the petals with Vibrant Fuchsia ink. Colour the back of the flowers with Pink Peony ink and spray with water and shape using the Golf Tools. Assemble when dry using two medium and one small size petals and add Crystal Clear glitter to the petals with Dries Clear glue on a damp sponge and Heart of Gold Prills to the centres. Add the flower to the leaves as shown.
Die cut the umbrella using the SVG file on the machine using the American Crafts purple cardstock and the patterned paper. Assemble according to the instructions. An extra layer was added for more strength to the umbrella handle.
Stamp two large lilac spray image from the HCPC-3818 Lush Lilac Scroll & Notes Cling Stamp Set in Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock. Sponge the leaves with Bamboo Leaves inks and use the Dove Blender pen to colour the flowers with the Purple and Lavender inks and die cut with the coordinating dies. Shape lightly and adhere to the back of the umbrella on either side of the handle.
Stamp several small lilac spray images from the HCPC-3816 Lush Lilac Cling Stamp set in Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock. Sponge the leaves with Bamboo Leaves inks and use the Dove Blender pen to colour the flowers with the Purple and Lavender inks and die cut with the coordinating dies. Adhere to the umbrella handle (leaving room for the ribbon bow) and around the larger lilac spray images on the back of the umbrella.
Stamp three large lilac spray images from the HCPC-3817 Lush Lilac & Umbrella Cling Stamp Set in Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock. Sponge the leaves with Bamboo Leaves and colour the flowers with Purple and Lavender inks with the Dove Blender Pen. Die cut with the coordinating dies, shape and adhere to the top of the front of the umbrella as shown.
Stamp the lilacs from the HCPC-3816 Lush Lilac Cling Stamp in Purple ink, sponge with the Purple ink and die cut with the corresponding die. Shape the lilacs with the HCFB1-466 Lush Lilac Mold kit and adhere the lilacs to large sprays on the front of the umbrella, the long and small lilac sprays on the inside of the umbrella and up the umbrella handle. Add Crystal Clear glitter to the lilacs with Glue Gloss
Cut the tags from the patterned paper and adhere to the umbrella handle with twine. To finish make a double bow with organza and purple ribbon using the bow maker and adhere to the handle as shown. Add pearls around the front as shown.
Just a quick post showing you my creation using Heartfelt Creations Sunrise Lily flowers on a book card. This is my first effort at using this svg file from Forever Memories that I have cut on my Cricut Explore and I will be changing a few things next time such as shaping the card a bit more and using foam dots for more dimension.
Cardstock – American Crafts, CTMH Colonial White, White Daisy