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Heartfelt Autumn Sunflowers Card

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Heartfelt Autumn Sunflowers Card

Hello, Friends!  Welcome to the Heartfelt Creations September 2019 Alumni Hop!  Today I have a sweet and fresh Autumn Sunflowers card to share with you.  This 5″ x 7″ card is a quick and easy one to make but packs a real visual punch.

Note: you will find a supply list for this card at the bottom of this post below the signature.

Heartfelt Autumn Sunflowers Card: How to Make it

  • Begin by creating a 5″ x 7″ kraft top fold card base with a 1/2″ spine.
  • Then cut a 4 7/8″ x 6 7/8″ panel of green cardstock.
  • Now die cut the Intricate Swirl Frame from cream cardstock.
  • Next, cut a 3 1/4″ x 5 1/4″ panel of Sweet Peony Design paper.  Back with dimensionals, then attach inside the intricate frame.
  • Now adhere dimensionals to the back of the Intricate Swirl Frame and adhere to the green cardstock layer.
Heartfelt Autumn Sunflowers Card: The Details

  • Stamp 3 sets of Classic Sunflowers using Saffron Archival Ink.
  • Sponge the petals and centers of the stamped flowers with additional Saffron Archival Ink and Adirondack Premium Dye Ink.
  • Now die cut the flowers with the Classic Sunflowers Die.
  • Then shape the petals with the Deluxe Tool Shaping Kit.
  • Assemble the flower layers with hot glue.
  • Mist the flowers lightly with Ranger Perfect Pearls Sunflower Sparkle and Bronze.
  • Now stamp Leafy Accents, sponge with Olive Green Archival , Saffron and Terra Cotta Inks.
  • Then die cut with the Leafy Accents Dies.  Shape and then mist very lightly with Bronze Perfect Pearls.
  • Fill flower centers with beads or Prills.
  • Arrange on the card as seen.  Add gingham and twine bows.

  • Stamp the Lush Lilac sentiment in Olive Archival Ink.
  • Mat on a scrap of green cardstock.
  • Add a mini paper clip.
  • Back with dimensionals.
  • Thread twine through the paperclip and tie on a charm.
Heartfelt Autumn Sunflowers Card: A Peek Inside

Stamp a panel of white cardstock with Classic Sunflowers.  Mat on green cardstock and adhere on the top layer of the card.

Create a box pocket on the bottom of the card and fill with a tea bag wallet, honey stick cookies and vintage silver plate spoon.

On With the Hop

The hop begins here at 8AM EDT on Friday, September 27th and continues until 11:55PM EDT on Monday, September 30th.  A randomly selected comment from a mystery blog in the hop will win a $25 gift card to Heartfelt Creations.

The winner will be announced at the top of this blog post, on the Heartfelt Creations Blog and Facebook page by Wednesday, October 2nd.  The winner then has 72 hours to claim his/her prize.  The winner should contact [email protected] with Winner Of the September Alumni Hop in the subject line.

Here are all the blogs in this hop:

Kathy (you are HERE) ♥ Glenda   ♥ Vicki   ♥ Els   ♥ Sandra    ♥  Monica  ♥  Amarilys  ♥ Alissa   ♥  Sarah  ♥ Oksana   ♥  Candy 

I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and ideas you can use in your next crafty adventure.  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for hopping!

Cheerio,

kathy

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Autumn Roses Gatefold Card Folio

Autumn Roses Gatefold Card Folio with Blue Fern Studios Bird Waltz Papers

Hello, Friends!  Happy Friday! Have you ever noticed that as summer winds down, roses seem to be at their most beautiful?  Today’s Blue Fern Studios Autumn Roses Gatefold Card pays tribute to the glorious flowers of fall.

There are a few mixed media touches on this card: custom dyed seam binding ribbon, handmade roses, and Seth Apter Vintage Beeswax Baked Texture lend even more richness to the elegant Bird Waltz papers.

TIP:  Stamp the Classic Roses onto patterned paper using Terra Cotta Ink. Then die cut.  The patterned paper creates instant depth and ensures that your handmade flowers will match your papers perfectly.

TIP:  Use a sponge dauber to brush additional ink on the edges of the petals for even more beauty.

Autumn Roses Gatefold Card Folio: A Peek Inside

Gatefold cards provide you with lots of nooks and crannies.  Use these areas for sentiment panels, mini pockets, and to display images.

You knew there had to be a pocket somewhere in the mix, didn’t you?  I do love a good pocket!

It’s the perfect spot to tuck in a little decorative tea wallet, vintage silver plate demitasse spoon and a journal card from The Bird Waltz Paper Collection.

I built this pocket on the front of a flap page.  Fold the flap down to reveal a waterfall cascade and a photo mount.  Isn’t that fun?

I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and inspiration that you can use in your own crafty adventures.  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.  To see more cards with the lovely Blue Fern Studio Bird Waltz Collection, click HERE.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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Oakberry Lane Triple Easel Card Tutorial

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Heartfelt Creations August 2019 Alumni Hop: Oakberry Lane Triple Easel Card Tutorial

Hello, Friends!  Welcome to the Heartfelt Creations August 2019 Alumni Blog Hop!  I’m kicking things off today with a bright and cheery Oakberry Lane Triple Easel Card Tutorial.  This was my first attempt at making a triple easel card, and after some trial and error, I finally figured out how to do it!  So I made a tutorial for all of you to save you some time, energy and paper.  Let’s take a closer look at the details on this happy card.

Oakberry Lane Triple Easel Card Tutorial: The Inspiration

Fall is peeping around the corner here in North Carolina.  The temperature might not show it, but the squirrels have been scurrying around stashing away acorns for winter.  Watching their antics inspired me to make this 6″ x 6″ card using the darling Oakberry Lane Collection.

 

Easel cards are one of my “go to” fancy fold designs.  I love how quick they are to make, and how easy they are to display.   You can watch the video below to learn how to create the base.

Oakberry Lane Triple Easel Card Tutorial: The Details

Here are some tips and tricks for adding the details to this fun card.

  • First, stamp the Acorn House on Smooth White Cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink.
  • Next, color it in with Distress Markers and a water brush.  Simple scribble the marker on a craft mat or a bit of clear acrylic packaging.  Then pick up the color with a water brush and blend it onto the stamped image.
  • Now, die cut the house, the windows and the squirrel Mom with the matching die.  Pop up on adhesive strips and attach to the base.

  • Next, stamp 3 sets of Oakberry Lane Flowers using Butterscotch Archival Ink. Heat Emboss flowers and leaves with Clear Embossing Powder.
  • Then,   water color with Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade and Wild Honey Distress Markers and a a water brush.  Color the leaves with Peeled Paint and Twisted Citron.
  • Die cut the leaves, then shape in the 3D Blossom Shaping Mold, following the directions for your machine.
  • Now add stamens to the centers and layer together.
  • Tie bows for each corner with Orange/Fuchsia/Lavender Checkered Ribbon.  Top with burlap string.

Use the dies to cut out images from the paper collection and scatter them around on the card to create a scene.  (Did you see that rascally little squirrel trying to snatch away Mother Squirrel’s freshly baked pie?)

Oakberry Lane Triple Easel Card Tutorial Video

Here’s a 6 minute tutorial showing you how to make the base for this triple easel card.  You will find a linked supply list at the bottom of this post.

On With the Hop:

This hop begins at 8AM on Friday, August 30th and ends at 11: 55 EDT on Monday, September 2nd.  A random comment from a mystery blog will be selected to win a $25 gift card to Heartfelt Creations, so be sure to visit and comment on all the blogs in the hop.

Kathy ♥ Vicki   ♥   Glenda ♥  Sarah  ♥ Amarilys   ♥  Alissa Els   ♥ Emily

The winner will be announced here, on the Heartfelt Creations Blog and Facebook page on Wednesday, September 4th.  The winner will then have 72 hours to claim his/her prize by e-mailing [email protected]  Please write “WINNER OF THE AUGUST ALUMNI HOP” in the subject line of your e-mail.

I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and ideas that you can use in your own crafty adventures.  If so, I ‘d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for hopping!

Cheerio,

kathy

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Inks and Tools

  • Archival Ink
    • Jet Black
    • Butterscotch
  • Distress Markers
    • Picked Raspberry
    • Spiced Marmalade
    • Peeled Paint
  • Clear Embossing Powder

Heartfelt Creations Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio

 

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Heartfelt Creations July 2019 Alumni Hop: Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio

Hello, Friends!  Welcome to the Heartfelt Creations July 2019 Alumni Hop!  Today I have a totally adorable Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio to share with you.

This is a 6″ x 6″ Z-Fold Style card with some really fun surprises tucked inside.  Here’s how to make the base for this quick and easy folio design:

  • First, cut a 12″ x 6″ panel of heavy white cardstock.
  • Next, place the long side of this panel on your scoring tool.  Score at 3″ and 6″.
  • Now fold the card at the 6″ score line to form a side fold card.
  • Then fold the 3″ score line back toward the fold to create a simple Z-fold card base.
  • Now line all the panels, inside and outside, front and back with designer paper.  I’ve used the Happy Camper Paper Collection for this fun task.
    • Cut large panels to 5 7/8″ x 5 7/8″.  You’ll need 2 of these
    • Smaller panels measure 2 7/8″ x 5 7/8″. You’ll need 4.

That’s all there is to it!

Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio:  Adding the details

  • Use Elements of Home and My Happy Place dies to cut decorative elements from the paper collection.  Then pop the images up on dimensionals to add POP to your card design.  Here are the elements I used:
    • Camper, door, window, hub cap, potted plant, scooter, banners
  • Next, create some floral accents with the Oakberry Lane and Cherry Blossom stamps and dies.
    • Learn how I made the Oakberry Lane flowers HERE.  To learn how I made the Cherry Blossom Retreat Flowers, go HERE.
  • Now fussy cut the sentiment medallion from the paper collection.  Back with a double layer of dimensionals ONLY on the left hand side.  Then adhere just the LEFT hand side to the front of the card, as seen in the photo.
  • Arrange Oakberry Lane Flowers around the sentiment.  Stamp and die cut Leafy Accents to fill in the flower cluster.
Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio: The Belly Band

  • Create a belly band by joining (2) 1″ strips of white cardstock together with Dries Clear Adhesive.
  • Then cover it with 7/8″ strips of designer paper.
  • Place the center on the front of the card.  Make a small pencil mark where the belly band meets the edges of the card.
  • Now place the belly band on your scoring tool. Score along the marks you made.  Then score again 1/4″  out from each scored line. This will allow the belly band to fold neatly over the folio.
  • The belly band will overlap in the back. Trim away any excess and then adhere the ends together.
  • Use Scor-Tape to attach ribbon to the center of the belly band.  Add a white taffeta bow, small Oakberry Lane Blossom and buttons to complete the belly band.
Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio: The Fun Unfolds

Z-Fold cards are a blast to make because they open like a pop up card.  The dimensional design makes them great for display.

You can see how I used my dies and elements from the paper collection to create a dimensional scene inside the card.  The center panel is just the right size to hold one of the tags from the collection.

Mat the tag on sturdy cardstock, then dress it up with a die cut icon, some cute metal charms and more of the ribbons that you used on the front.  These tags make great bookmarks!

Happy Camper Fancy Fold Folio: More Fun!

Turn this Z-Fold Card into a fun little folio by covering the backside with designer paper.

  • Cut 3 6 1/2″ x 6″ panels of white cardstock.
  • Score a 1/2″ flap on the left hand side of each panel.
  • Line each panel with a 5 7/8″ panel of designer paper.  I used images from the 6″ x 6″ card fronts.
  • NOTE: If adding flaps to pages, as I did, follow this procedure before you adhere the liner panels to the waterfall base.
    • First, cut the flap image from the collection. If possible, leave an extra 1/2″ on the side or top of the image.  This is where you will score a 1/2″ flap.
    • Now, wrap the flap around the top or the side of the liner panel and secure with adhesive.
    • Then adhere the liner panel to the white cardstock base.
  • Line the back of the card with a 5 7/8″ square of designer paper.
  • Now, center and adhere the first 1/2″ flap along the left hand edge of that panel. Turn the page to reveal the bottom edge of the flap.
  • Next, line the fold of the second waterfall up with the bottom edge of the first flap and adhere.
  • Score the 3rd waterfall  on the right hand side to form a 1 1/2″ pocket flap.  Line the base, then adhere the pocket flap.  Insert images and journal cards in this pocket.

This type of card folio makes a wonderful gift, and is a quick and easy way to capture the memories from a family vacation.  Of course, you can adapt the them to work with any Heartfelt Creations paper collection.

Find a linked supply list below the signature area of this post.

On With the Hop!

This hop lasts from 8AM EDT on Friday, July 26th until 11:55PM EDT on Monday, July 29th. The winner will be announced on this blog and on the Heartfelt Creations Blog and Facebook page on Wednesday, July 31st.

A randomly chosen comment from a mystery blog will receive a $25 gift certificate to shop at Heartfelt Creations. To claim your prize please email Heartfelt Creations at [email protected] with “Winner of the July Alumni Hop” in the subject line. The winner will have 72 hours to claim the prize, or another name will be randomly chosen.

Now, let’s hop:

Kathy (You are HERE) ♥ Els  ♥  Vicki   ♥ Amarilys   ♥ Glenda  ♥ Sarah  ♥ Monica   ♥ Emily  ♥  Alissa

I know you will be filled with inspiration and ready to get your craft on after visiting all these wonderful blogs.

Did I share some tips, tricks and inspiration that you can use in your own crafty adventures today?  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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Cherry Blossom Retreat Summer Shaker

Heartfelt Creations Cherry Blossom Retreat Summer Shaker for the June Alumni Blog Hop
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Hello, Friends!  Welcome to the Heartfelt Creations June Alumni Blog Hop.   Today I have a Cherry Blossom Retreat Summer Shaker Card to share with you.  There will be lots of useful tips and tricks to help you create this card on your own, so let’s get started!

  • Begin by trimming an 8 1/2″ x 11 piece of Whip Cream Cardstock to measure 8 1/4″ x 11″.
  • Next, place the long side of the card on your scoring tool and score at 4 3/4″ and again at 9 1/2″.  This will leave you with a 1 1/2″ flap that we will turn into a pocket.
  • Now die cut (2) Elegant Pocket Accents from Whip Cream Cardstock.  Overlap them in the center of the card, wrapping the extra ends around to the back side.
  • Learn how to make the shaker element  HERE.
  • Then learn how to create the cherry blossoms HERE.

TIP:  Always make extra flowers!  This card came together very quickly because I had flowers left over from a previous project.  You might as well make a whole bunch of flowers while you have all your craft tools and materials out.  Store finished flowers in plastic bins.

Cherry Blossom Retreat Summer Shaker: A Peek Inside

Cut 8 1/8″ x 4 5/8″ liner papers for the inside of the card.  Then cover the pocket flap with an 8 1/8″ x 1 3/8″ panel of designer paper.  Now cut the border sentiment and adhere along the bottom.  Adhere only the sides of the pocket flap and adhere to the card base.

Cherry Blossom Retreat Summer Shaker: Bookmark and Gift Card Wallet

  • Fussy cut the tag from the paper collection leaving some of the floral details along the edge.
  • Then mat on a scrap of pink cardstock.
  • Adhere just 1/4 of the top edge of the matted tag to a piece of scrap blue cardstock and trim around the edges.
  • Now punch a hole in the tag, about 1/2″ from top edge.  Thread with ribbon and silver metallic string.
  • Slip the bird house charm onto silver string and thread through the ribbon loop.
  • Fussy cut or die cut the tag from the paper collection and adhere to the bookmark.

  • Create the gift card wallet with a 6 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ scrap of blue cardstock.
  • Score in half at 3 1/4″. Then fold to form a folio.
  • Line the interior as seen in the photo below.
  • Then create a little gift card pocket by scoring 1/2″ along the sides and bottom of a 4 1/4″ x 2″ scrap of pink cardstock.
  • Fold along the score lines.
  • Then cut away the corners and fold to form a pocket.

On With the Hop

The hop begins here at 8AM on Friday, June 28th EDT and lasts until 11:55PM EDT on July 1st.  One comment from a mystery blog will be randomly chosen to win a $25 shopping spree at Heartfelt Creations.  The winner will be notified on this blog on Tuesday, July 2nd, and on the Heartfelt Creations Blog/Facebook Page on Wednesday, July 3rd.  Claim the prize within 72 hours by contacting [email protected] via e-mail.  Please write “Winner of the June Alumni Hop” in the subject window.

Now let’s hop!

Kathy (You are HERE) ♥  Amarilys  ♥  Vicki Sarah   ♥ Glenda   ♥  Gloria Alissa Emily  ♥

You’ll find a linked supply list below.  Enjoy the hop!

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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