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Heartfelt Creations Inspiration Wednesday!

Happy Wednesday :)

Time for some HC inspiration! Have you seen the April release yet? It's amazing :)

Today I am sharing a card using my most favorite Bicycle stamp from the April release!





Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC 


HCPC 3599 Balloon and Bicycle PreCut Set
HCPC 3596 Celebrate the Journey Sentiments PreCut Set 

HCD 743   Raindrops on Roses Die
HCD 745   Celebrate the Journey Die


Other Products Used 

Tombow Multi Mono Glue,Distress Ink(Worn Lipstick, Barn Door, Weathered wood, Spun Sugar, Spiced Marmalade),Twine, foam adhesive, Versamark Ink, Hero Arts White embossing powder 


Start with a A4 size white card stock and fold it in half to prepare the card base. Die cut two pieces of the decorative element using Raindrops on Roses die with white card stock. Lightly ink the edges of the die cut pieces with weathered wood distress ink. Adhere on card base. Cut another piece of white card stock and white heat emboss the cycle image from Balloon and Bicycle PreCut set. Using distress inks, colour in the background, blending them together. Lightly spritz with water using a mini mister and also fickle a few drops of water with your fingers. Let water react with distress inks. Wait for the background to dry or use a heat gun to speed up the process. Add details with a black marker to the cycle image to help it stand out more. Die cut a tag using Celebrate the Journey die with white card stock and then using the die as a stencil, colour the tag in with weathered wood distress ink. Stamp the sentiment on the tag from Celebrate the Journey Sentiments PreCut Set. Add a twine bow to the tag. Adhere both the centre panel and the tag with foam adhesive to add dimension.

Don't forget to check out the HC blog today to see the gorgeous design team samples.

Comments

  1. What a beautiful card!! Love the colors!

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  2. This is just gorgeous ! hugs xx

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  3. The background on this is stunning! Everything just pops off the page. Fabulous!

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  4. Love the bright colors Ujjwal, and what a lovely design!!

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  5. Very pretty card!!! Love the background!!

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  6. That background is really stunning.

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