It's time for a new release at Heartfelt Creations and today we are pleased to present the Floral Key Collection. This
collection contains a neutral color palette with card panels, papers,
stamps and dies that will enable you to create quick cards while
achieving the "wow" factor. The Floral Key Collection is a set of key
and lock stamps and dies with a paper pack that contains a variety of
card fronts, 6" x 6" pieces and 12" x 12" layouts with borders and
frames. It's a creative, fun exploration of the vintage spirit. The
Floral Key Collection will unlock your imagination to creating
incredibly beautiful, "fine art" cards. Take advantage of extra savings
when shopping with Heartfelt Creations on Black Friday.
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December 3rd to be eligible to win the entire Floral Key Collection
valued at $200. The winner will be announced on December 4th on the
Heartfelt Creations blog.
Fifty years ago, on a snowy Thanksgiving Day, my husband
and I were married. This stamp set was perfect to make a little something special for my husband.
Below you will find the product list and instructions on how I made this card.
Heartfelt Creations Products
HCPC 3574 Journey of Love Keys PreCut Set HCPC 3569 Burnished Key PreCut Set HCPC 3468 Tattered Blossoms PreCut Set HCPC 3551 Holly Berry PreCut Set HCD 741 Burnished Key Die HCD 722 Tattered Blossoms Die HCD 738 Ornamental Add On Die HCDP1 238 Floral Keys Paper Collection HCDP1 225 Frosty Blanket Paper Collection
Instructions: Cut dark red DP 6" x 12", fold in half. Cut 5 7/8" square from ivory Frosty Blanket paper. Cut 5 3/4" square from Floral Keys paper. Layer on card front. Add lace. Stamp sentiment on journal panel. Add to card with pop dots. Stamp heart, color and cut out. Add lace to back and add to card with pop dots. Stamp key and locket, color, die cut and edge with gold pen. Tie ribbon around key and add to heart. Add heart and locket to card. Stamp, color and die cut flowers and leaf swirls. Create flowers, add Snow-Tex, glitter and pearls. Add to card with stamens.
I also made a little domino book with our wedding picture.
I'm not quite sure why we didn't smile; maybe too nervous! This was taken before the ceremony. We have very few pictures which I really regret.
HCPC 3575 Script Key Background PreCut Set HCPC 3569 Burnished Key PreCut Set HCPC 3572 Floral Keys and Locket PreCut Set (Sweet Memories) HCPC 3303 Posy Patch Flowers PreCut Set HCD 741 Burnished Key Die HCD 701 Posy Patch Die HCDP1 238 Floral Keys Paper Collection
Other Products: white, black, dark red card stock; 2 dominos; Versifine, Smokey Grey; Delicata Golden Glitz; Ranger Embossing Ink, SuperFine Detail Gold embossing powder, Walnut Stain Distress Ink; Folk Art Metallic Champagne acrylic paint; Black Magic Glimmer Mist; lace; ribbon; Recollections rhinestones; Krylon Gold Leaf Pen; Star Dust Stickles; Gesso; Glossy Accents; Fabric Fusion
Instructions: Paint dominos with acrylic paint, when dry add lace around edge. Glue 12" piece of ribbon, centered, on back of domino. Cut white card stock 2" x 12". Ink script stamp with grey, stamp off on scrap paper, then stamp on strip. Ink Sweet Memories stamp with gold and stamp over grey. Score paper every 1" and fold accordion style. Ink edges and folds with Golden Glitz. Cut tickets from design paper and add. Print pictures and add. Spritz heart lace with Glimmer Mist and add to top. Stamp 1 set of keys in Walnut Stain; stamp 1 set on black and emboss in gold. Die cut; ink the edges of white set with gold pen. Add as shown. Stamp flowers on dark red card stock, emboss in gold and die cut. Add rhinestones. Make bows and add everything as shown. Glue the dominos to the first and last 1" sections. Add ticket to back domino; add locket, key and flower to front.
Thanks so much for visiting and wishing you an awesome, blessed day!
Hi, I'm so glad you stopped by. I am married to the love of my life for 47 years. We have 6 children; 3 girls, 3 boys. We have 8 grandchildren and 1 greatgrandson. I have always loved trying new crafts; everything from quilting to pottery. You name it, I've probably tried it, LOL! Recently I discovered card making blogs and it's taking me right back to where I started. Thanks to everyone who share their talents so freely so the rest of us can learn. And thanks again for taking the time to visit. Please leave a comment so I can visit you in return.