Raindrops on Roses Wall Hanging
Heartfelt Creations Wednesday Raindrops on Roses Debut
Good Wednesday morning, my friends! Today I am pleased to introduce you to a beautiful new collection from Heartfelt Creations: Raindrops on Roses. This beautiful collection will soon become one of your favorite things! Let’s take a look at the official release notes, shall we?
We are pleased to introduce the Raindrops on Roses Collection.
The decorative and intricacy of this die will enable you to create frames, borders, and endless opportunities for layering with your favorite images. Pick up the classic image stamps to create a stunning masterpiece. These background, accents and sentiment stamps will add a delightful classic touch to every project you create.
The Raindrops on Roses paper pack is loaded with saturated greens and purples and sprinkled with colorful clusters of roses. Card panels, 6×6 sheets, colored tags and journaling blocks will add the finishing touches to your projects.
Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by February 18th to be entered to winthe entire collection valued at $175.93
One of the things I love the most about the Heartfelt Creations paper collections is the way they include so many beautiful card fronts. I was flipping through my collection, admiring them when I was suddenly inspired to join the card fronts together to form a wall hanging.
You’ll probably need to click on the photo so that you can see all the detail in the gorgeous dies and stamps. Each panel measures about 7″ x 5″ and is held together with striped purple ribbon. It is suspended from a miniature vintage clothes hanger.
The dies in this months I Want it All collection are a real must have! they are so versatile! Here, I’ve used the gorgeous lattice hearts to frame my panel. But behind the sentiment, I turned the square die into a circle by cutting it. It’s amazing how many different ways this die set can be used.
I used my faithful Posy Patch stamps and dies to create the flowers.
The second panel also uses the lattice heart frame, but as you can see, it has a totally different look. Here, it frames the stamped image.
The shades of green and purple in this collection are a delight to work with, and the artwork in the paper collection makes it easy to add those special touches to your project.
The third panel uses the square lattice die once again, but I split it exactly in half and used it as a frame around my stamped sentiment panel. I love the lacy, elegant look of this die!
Here’s one final look at the whole project as it hangs:
Be sure to stop by the Heartfelt Creations blog where you can be inspired by all the beautiful creations from the rest of the design team. You’ll also find a wonderful video from Emma Lou Beechy, Creative Director at HC. She’ll be demonstrating how to create the perfect rosebud, sharing tips for adding visual interest to a project by using dies to cut a stamped image “outside the frame” and she’ll show you how to use a blending pen and ink for a no fuss coloring technique. You don’t want to miss it! Be sure to leave a comment for your chance to win the entire collection! I’ll be back tomorrow to share my CAS birthday card using stamps from this wonderful collection.
For detailed instructions and a complete supply list to make your own Raindrops on Roses wall hanging, be sure to visit the Heartfelt Creations blog. Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. Hearing from you makes me happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers.