Wednesday, June 3, 2015

3D Card using Heartfelt Creations from Cut At Home!

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by! Today I'm making a 3D card using the new beautiful Cascading Fuchsia collection from Heartfelt Creations for Cut At Home!

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For my card base, I have used a Silhouette die...cut from my Cameo, using white cardstock. I then cut out a backing for my card, and a frame for the front of my card using the Heartfelt Creations Cascading Fuchsia 12x12 paper pad. This paper is stunning. It comes with all you expect from Heartfelt Creations. It has many cut a parts, tags, card-front's, and much more. I cut a piece of white cardstock, that will wrap around my card, giving it a closure. I attached the wrap around white paper, then added a magnet before adding my patterned paper. I cut a piece of the patterned paper for the background of my card, the front & back of my card, the inside, and a frame for the inside. Setting my card base aside, I stamped the Cascading Fuchsia Cling Stamp set, stamping each flower two times. There are three different sizes in this stamp set. I stamped them with Momento London Fog Ink. I then used my Sizzix Big Shot Machine, along with the Cascading Fuchsia Die, and cut out all my pieces. Using my Tim Holtz Distress Markers (colors listed here) I colored in my flowers, leaves & stamens.

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I then used my Heartfelt Creations Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit (a must have), and shaped all my flowers and leaves, giving them a very dimensional look. You can achieve this by using the embossing mat that is included, and one of the larger nibs that is also included. Then run your stylus nib on the back side of the flower and the leaves in a circular motion. This will curl up your flower petals, giving a stunning 3 dimensional look.

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I glued together my flowers using a tiny bit of wet glue, and facing my flower stamp side up. I attached the two flowers on top of each other, alternating the petals. Then I added my leaf to the top, stamp side down. Completed it by adding the stamen to the center of my flower.

Snapshot 3 (6-2-2015 9-41 PM)

Using the same collection, I added a mat piece to the front of my card box using Angel Craft Tape. I distressed it first in Tim Holtz Distress Ink Dusty Concord. I added a mat to the back & also the side. Adding a magnet to keep it closed. I also added a tiny piece of ribbon that I folded in half, and sandwiched between my card & patterned paper, which will give it a handle to open the card with.

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Using the Heartfelt Creations Fuchsia Cluster, and Fuchsia Spray Cling Stamp Sets, I stamped several of them on white cardstock, and colored in with my Tim Holtz Markers again, then fussy-cut them out.
To finish off my card, since all my patterned paper mats were down, I added the 3D flowers and the leaves to the inside of my card. I then cut out a 2x3 cut apart from the collection and added that to the inside of my card with my sentiment on it.

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To the front of my card, I cut the beautiful Decorative Oval Die from the collection. This die has quickly become one of my favorite dies.
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I finished off the front with pearls. I do have a process video showing how I made this card. If you're interested in seeing that, please check out my YouTube Channel. Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you've enjoyed today's project!
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Thanks for stopping by,
Corene

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