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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

May DT Reveal for Heartfelt Creations
NEW "Coneflower Stamps & Dies"
Foldout Card


Hi there friends, thanks for calling by. Today I have a "Foldout Card" I created for 
I love this NEW stamp set & it looks great in so many different colour combinations too. 
Pop over to the blog to see what all the other girls created using the same stamp set.

I stamped these beautiful flowers, die cut them with the matching dies
& then simply coloured them with Distress Inks. Too easy.



Heartfelt Creations Products Used... 
Click HERE to find all these new products
Blossoming Coneflower Stamp Set HCPC-3826
Blossoming Coneflower Die Set HCDI-7180
Garden’s Edge Coneflower Stamp Set HCPC-3828
Garden’s Edge Coneflower Die Set HCD1-7182
Backyard Blossoms Stamp Set HCPC-3827
Backyard Blossoms Die Set HCD1-7181
Fleur Border Basics Die Set HCD1-7120
6x6 Foldout Cards HCCF1-445-1 (used as a template)
Backyard Blossoms Paper Pad HCDP1-290


INSTRUCTIONS


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OTHER PRODUCTS
Cream cardstock, recycled kraft cardstock, corrugated card, string, Distress inks in “Squeezed Lemonade”, “Fossilized Amber”, “Rusty Hinge”, “Vintage Photo”, “Peeled Paint”, Cinnamon Stickles, border punch (any will do)

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</p><p> <b>Instructions: </b>
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I have used one of the foldout cards as a template & have cut one out of a cream cardstock, this way I can create this type of card in any colour, however because cardstock is only 12” & these cards are 24” long when folded out, you have to create a little hinge, out of the same cardstock used, (on the inside) to join the two halves. I have actually border punched this hinged piece so it looks pretty & yet is practical too.


PARAGRAPH 2
Next step is to cut three border strips out of a contrasting karft coloured cardstock using the “Fleur Border Die Set” & stick onto card.


PARAGRAPH 3
I have then proceeded to stamp, in the above coloured inks, enough floral pieces to create my flower clusters. I have actually used two pieces of each coneflower & slightly offset them & used foam dots to give these gorgeous flowers some extra dimension.


PARAGRAPH 4
Don’t be afraid to snip the various foliage into pieces & add them in here & there around the coneflowers to create three lovely floral clusters.


PARAGRAPH 5
Now tear a small piece of corrugated card approximately 3”x 1.5” & stick to bottom front corner of card.

 
Until next time...



14 comments:

  1. Simply gorgeous card! Love the cone flower stamps! Your coloring is amazing. We had these planted in our flower beds when we lived Indiana.

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    1. Thanks for visiting today Vicki and for leaving me some sweet comment love. So glad you like my card. xo

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  2. So beautiful Di !! The flowers are so detailed and beautiful!! ๐Ÿ’–

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    1. Thanks Torsa, really appreciate your support and so glad you like my card. xo

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  3. Beautiful design Di! Live your coneflowers!

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    1. Thanks so much Jan, so glad you like my card. xo

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  4. Such a gorgeous card Di, love that edge die and those flowers are just stunning xx

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    1. Thanks sweet lady, so glad you like it. xo

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  5. Beautiful Di! Very pretty colors and clean classy look!
    I saw some of your scrapbook pages on FB and they are totally gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks you so much Robin, so glad you like this and thanks for visiting too. xo

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  6. Beautiful card Di, love the flowers...

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    1. Thanks Lizzy, so glad you like it. xo

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  7. beautiful card loving that pop of yellow

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    1. Thanks so much Karan and thank for stopping by the blog today too. xo

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