Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Wednesday with Heartfelt Creations

We are pleased to introduce the Sun Kissed Fleur Collection. This collection includes 2 dies: the Gift Ensemble die (yes, you can make a fancy box with this die!) and the Sun Kissed Fleur die which cuts out 10 different flowers at a time. How's that for value?
The paper collection, called Sun Kissed Collection, comes in vibrant aquas and oranges and fades to light greens and yellows. The paper pack comes with 24 12 x 12 papers that have designs on both sides and are acid & lignen free. There are 2 sheets per design; some are dramatic; others are subdued.
You also have a wonderful selection of floral stamps to choose from: fancy tags, an overflowing basket, beautiful patterned backgrounds, borders and corners.
Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by May 14th and you will be eligible to win the entire release valued at $180.91
Now on to my creation today....
I'm excited to show you my Luminary using some of the Sun Kissed stamps and dies from Heartfelt Creations!!
Heartfelt Creations Products and products carried by HC:
HCDPI 233 Sun Kissed paper Collection
HCPC 3532 Beautiful You Pre Cut
HCD732 Decorative Flower Pot Die
HCD734 Sun Kissed Fleur Die
Paper Blossom Molding Mat
Paper Blossom Tool Kit
Scor Pal
Spellbinders Floral Ovals
Spellbinders Classic Ovals Small
Grand Calibur
Art Glue
other items:
Glue Gun
Cut 2 matching papers at 8.5 x 8.5, score on one side .5 and 4.5, turn and score the bottom at 2.5, cut score lines at the bottom up to the score line.
Place the second classic oval die in the center of the four larger panels and cut
Using matching paper cut 4 frame ovals, I used the second die from the Floral oval set and the third from the classic.
Adhere to the  front over the oval opening and turn over and attach the velum to the back side.
Apply score tape the .5 side and put box together.
Then stamp, shade and attach leaves to all 4 sides.
Stamp, shade, shape and adhere flowers to the sections you want. I stamped 4 times, cut 4 times and got all the flowers I needed.
Adhere to luminary, add glue and glitter to the center of each flower.
add battery candle and enjoy.
thanks for dropping to look, just don't forget to visit the other DT for more inspiration.


Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Love your box Olga its stunning
jacqui x

Marie-Louise said...

Wow Olga this is fabulous.

Glenda Brooks said...

Well how creative is this! You just continue to Wow me with each new creation! Love the colors on this one!

Theresa said...

Fabulous! Love your box.

Marisa Job said...

Great gift box Olga!! Very creative!!

Caroline D. said...

Gorgeous luminary box!! Love how you have some of the flowers and swirls over the openings... so very pretty!

Selma said...

This is a gorgeous box Olga. You are so creative. I love this new collection.

Donna Ellis said...

Olga, what a lovely lantern! I apologize for not leaving comments more often. Always, I am inspired for visiting your blog, and seeing the marvelous creations you have awaiting. hugs, de

{Creative Smiles}

Vicki Dutcher said...

Gorgeous project! I also really liked the black and white card -- where is it? :)

Rosemary said...

wow... that is pretty amazing! the flower are gorgeous!!

Regina Hamilton said...

This is beautiful.

Oksana said...

Wonderful project Olga!xx

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous luminary, Olga! Wonderful design!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Wow! Beautiful...and such a clever idea!

Payne Holler Cards said...

Knockout! Soooooo beautiful!

Becky said...

wow Olga..what a stunning box you created.

Candy said...

Love the luminary idea! Very creative!

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

This is awesome Olga. I love that you made the box a lantern-very beautiful.
Bear Hugs,

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

What a pretty collection, Olga! I like all the blues in the paper pack. Your project is gorgeous!!! It is like a lantern, isn't it? Wowzer!

Lee Ann Barrett said...

I love your idea of making a luminary! So gorgeous, especially in this deep blue dp.

Nan G said...

Gorgeous luminary, Olga!

kathi17 said...

I love this Olga!