Monday, September 1, 2014
Happy Labor Day. I hope everyone is getting to stay home and enjoy this time to be with family and friends. Today's card is one I created for Hampton Art using Graphic 45 stamps and paper. I love the little bee stamp...he's my favorite. I stamped him and fussy cut him out attaching him with foam tape...buzzing all around my card, LOL.
I'll see you on Wednesday with a project for Graphic 45 that I can't wait to share....see you then.
Posted by Lori at 5:30 AM
Friday, August 29, 2014
Hi Everyone...the weekend is almost here and I can't wait. I'm going to have a long weekend of crafting and I can't wait. Of course I'll be sharing my projects with you in the up coming days.
Today's card is one that I used stamps and paper from the Raining Cats and Dogs from Graphic 45 and Hampton Art. It's a simple card but it really shines.
Enjoy your weekend and I'll see you on Monday!!!!
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
It's Heartfelt Creations Wednesday and I've got a great Christmas Banner I made this week. It just brings the elegance of Heartfelt Creations Festive Christmas and home décor together. Of course I had to add some Heartfelt Creations Flowers to the banner, or it just wouldn't have seemed like Heartfelt.
HAVE YOU VOTED???? Please if you haven't remember to vote for the current design team members you want to stay on. I hope I'm one of them...but the best part is you can win a $50 gift certificate just for voting....CLICK HERE TO VOTE.
Now take a close look at everything that is going on with this banner and don't forget to check out Heartfelt Creations Blog for more Design Team projects and directions.
Monday, August 25, 2014
I love the way I can stack the tape to create lots of depth and layers to my projects. It's easy and secure and can make for a WOW POPPING creation.
I love the stamped image of the girl I used on this card from Hampton Art and Graphic 45. She's just so vintage chic...LOVE IT!!!
Remember to hop over to Graphic 45 blog and see more tips and tricks to make your project soar.
Posted by Lori at 8:35 AM
Friday, August 22, 2014
Today's card features Hampton Art Stamps and Stencils. It is simple yet really highlights the stamped and stenciled embellishments. Sometimes simple can actually be more difficult to pull off that a busy card, you really have to make each element shine. I started off using solid color card stock and embossed with a folder. The next step was die cutting out the fancy flourish/circle. I attached that with foam tape for some texture. I then punch a plain white circle and used the stencil from the Vintologie Stamp and Stencil set SC 0642. I used pigment ink so the color would be solid and rich. You’ll want to be sure that the ink is good and dry before proceeding on.
On another sheet of white paper I stamp the butterfly stamps and from the Graphic 45 Botanical Tea Set IC0296 and fussy cut two of them out. I then glued them to the stenciled circle and added the circle to the front of the die cut flourish. Lastly I stamped the sentiment and fussy cut out. I bowed the banner a bit before gluing it down so it pops off the card. Lastly I layer onto white and then sweet grass green cardstock to finish it all up. Thanks for stopping by and be sure to come back tomorrow for another great project.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
It's Heartfelt Wednesday and the Festive Christmas release is still the feature. I love the vintage feel this card creates. The handmade poinsettia flowers highlight the colored dove stamp. Lots of little details make this lovely card. Want to know how I made it? Hop over to Heartfelt Creations blog and you'll be able to see how I made this card step by and step and also find lots of other creations by the design team.
Want to win a $50 gift certificate from Heartfelt Creations? You can by voting for your top five favorite design team members. It's that time of year HFC's is having their design team call so be sure to VOTE HERE and I hope one of them is ME :) Also start getting your projects together if you would like to give the call a try yourself...Be sure to find out all the details on the blog.
Monday, August 18, 2014
The 2014 Festive Christmas Collection has JUST RELEASED. Warm shining candles, cozy bethlehem scenes, script ornaments and doves as elegant and peaceful as a snowy Christmas evening capture the elegance, festivity and real meaning that Christmas is about. But the best thing of it all is that there’s something for everyone in this collection. There are limited quantities available!! Get the Festive Christmas Collection here: http://www.heartfeltcreations.us/product-list?secondary=158.
Also have you voted for your favorite designer yet on the Design Team Call? You could win a $50 gift certificate to Heartfelt Creations just for saying who's work you love. VOTE HERE .
Posted by Lori at 7:32 AM
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
It may not seem like it, but now is the season to start those Christmas cards and projects. Graphic 45 makes that super easy with their latest collection release " Twas the Night Before Christmas". Of course it brings that vintage flair that G45 is known for to all of your projects.
Today is a card I created for Graphic 45 and it full of lots of layers. I fussy cut out the holly leaves and then layered them back up with foam tape for a lot of dimension.
I always like to sew with a sewing machine around my cards...I think it just gives that extra touch of detail and another layer of interest.
Be sure to hop over to Graphic 45's Blog today and see more beautiful projects created by the design team using "Twas the Night Before Christmas" and I'll see you on Friday.
Posted by Lori at 8:48 AM
Monday, August 11, 2014
I really like the wine glasses that create charms on the ribbon...and of course I had to highlight with ink so it looks like the wine is still sitting in the glass.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
It's Heartfelt Creations Wednesday so you know it's time for Elegance. This card was on Heartfelt Creations blog last week with complete directions and supply list. Be sure to check it out and also see this weeks design collections. There is so much inspiration to see.