Wednesday, September 7, 2016

wednesday...Heartfelt Creations

Welcome back bloggers! I have a soft and pretty snowy scene card for you today!

Double Dots 100pc. -3D Foam Circles, DDOTS
Vellum Paper - 10 Sheets, 242174
Eyelet Oval Die, HCD1-776
Celebrate the Season Paper Collection, HCDP1-268
Snow Kissed Spruce Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3749
Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3751
Frolicking Frosty and Spruce Die, HCD1-7107
Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Die, HCD1-7108
Gift Box and Mini Snowflakes Die, HCD1-7109
Other Materials: 
Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine, Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Forest Moss, Stormy Sky), Tim Holtz blender, liquid pearls, blue ribbon, vellum

Here's a close up of my card:

Here is the step by step write-up for this project:
Trim a 4.75"x 6.75" blue pattern paper from the Celebrate the Season Paper Collection and ink the edges using the Stormy Sky distress ink. Adhere to a white 5"x7" card base. Die cut the large oval doily from the Eyelet Oval Die in white and adhere to the center of the card. Die cut the oval from the same set. Stamp two medium trees from the Snow Kissed Spruce Cling Stamp Set on each side and stamp the smaller one on a piece of scrap white cardstock. Die cut the smaller tree and add over the bigger two. Stamp the small snowflakes from the Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Cling Stamp Set using the Stormy Sky distress ink on white cardstock and die cut. Randomly add the tiny flakes all around the oval scene. Dry emboss the eyelet oval on vellum, being careful to not cut the intricate lace. Layer over the snowy scene and adhere over the lacy larger oval. Add tiny liquid pearl dots all around the edge and set aside to dry. Stamp the large two snowflakes from the Snow Kissed Spruce Cling Stamp Set and die cut using its coordinating die. Layer them using pop dots. Make a medium size bow with sheer blue ribbon and add to the bottom left side of the card. Add the snowflake over the bow. Die cut one of the branches from the Gift Box and Mini Snowflakes Die three times, cut hem in half, and tuck them in around the blue bow. Finish the card off with tiny liquid pearls drops on the snowflake and a pre-printed title over the snowy scene.

Thanks for stopping by! Remember to go to the Heartfelt Creations BLOG and check out what the other designers made this week! Have a great rest of the week!


  1. what a great technique, love the vellum idea gives a frosty look to the card

  2. Amarilys, you do the most beautiful cards!! Companies should be clamoring to ask you to use their companies stamps and dies. I fell in love with your crafting 2 years ago when I saw your first card. I felt it was time to let you know how much I love your work. Thank you for sharing your art and keep on smiling. Bless you

    1. thank you so much for your sweet comment! It made my day!!!


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