Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday with the wonderful Flowering Dogwood collection!

Hi to you on this Wednesday morning posting. 
A card this week, " He Lives" made with this fantastic collection.This is only one of many eye candy projects posted on the Heartfelt Creation blog this week.
Enjoy. 


Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On Our Website: 

Other Products Used:
Card Stock: Crafters Companion Whit-hint of gold 300gm, Green for the stamens, Aquarelle f(170gm)or the flowers etc. Ranger: Stardust stickles, Heat Gun, Water Mister, and Inking foam tool. Bone folder, Water coloring brush, Scissors. Archival black ink. Distress Inks: Forest moss, Peeled paint, Stormy sky, Abandoned coral, Gathered twigs. Other: Versa-mark, Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam Tape, Scoreboard, Misti, Hot glue gun


Instructions:
 Click HERE  to see a inspiring video on this collection
 The finished size of this tent fold card measures 5 1/2” x 5 1/2 ” (14.1 cm x 14.1 cm)
Make a tent fold card from the Crafters Companion card stock then find the design paper in the paper collection. Cut this a little smaller than the card base, cut the green colored paper 1/2 ” smaller than the card base. Ink the edges with the gathered twigs distress ink. Adhere to the first matting to the card base, the green, with 3d foam tape. Stamp all the images with the gold embossing powder then die cut and color. Cut the flowering dogwood frame four times extra. Adhere the layers together to form a frame. Cut away the flowers on the right side. Adhere the frame to the card. Trim the flower off cut to fit the remaining flowers on the left side of the frame. Adhere in place. Adhere the flowering dogwood branch along the bottom of the frame. Once the flowers are shaped and made, adhere these in place above the flowers on the branch. Taking a Double Dot (A high 3d foam dot) Adhere the dove so it sits in the flowers. Add the leaves around the flowers. Adhere the sentiment in place. To finish the card, add the stardust stickles to the doves feathers and flower centres.


Isn't the dove adorable...there are two more in the collection, plus all the dogwood flowers stamps and die.....beautiful!
Can't wait till next week! Till then....
Scrappy inky hugs to you from me....

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Flowering Dogwood...the newest collection release from Heartfelt Creations !


Hi everyone, 
Heartfelt Creations invites you to usher in the spring season with the new Flowering Dogwood Collection!  Immerse yourself in this newest springtime assembling of designer papers, divinely detailed cling stamps and coordinating dies, soft and pastel in coloring, this newest paper collection reveals beautiful springtime shades of pinks, peaches, and greens which set stunning backdrops for scripted lettering and graceful swirls, while darker hints of blues and blacks bring out the gorgeous detail and coloring of the showy dogwood florals.  Bountiful blossom filled branches and  peaceful white doves  are just a few of the beautiful illustrations found within the cling stamp sets!  Assemble the perfect dimensional dogwood flower using the varying sized petals within the Flowering Dogwood Cling Stamps Set and die cut using the coordinating dies.  The ideal collection to send out springtime wishes 

Watch this video to learn two versions of flower shaping techniques featuring the stunningly beautiful Flowering Dogwood!  Following the easy instructions displayed in this video will have you flower shaping like a pro in no time! 
Vote for your favorite design team members: When we announce a new design team call that also means that we have a tough time deciding which of the current designers continue on the design team. We are giving you the opportunity to get involved and vote for 5 or more of your current favorite design team members: http://hcgo.co/DesignTeamVote2017. You can only vote one time and you have to select 5 or more to be eligible to participate. Voting ends on February 22nd, 2017.
Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On Our Website:
Other Products Used:
Ranger: Stardust stickles, Water Mister, Inking tool, Water coloring brush, Paper distressing tool, Scissors. Distress Inks: Gathered twigs, Forest moss, Peeled paint, Victorian. Other: Green cardstock, Aquarelle paper (170gm), Archival black ink, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Beige wired ribbon, Cardboard, Hot glue gun. Pencil
Instructions: 
The finished size of this Lay Out is 12” x 12” ( 30cm x 30 cm ) The photo measures 5 1/4” x 3 ” 


Start by preparing all the embellishments needed for this LO. Stamp, die cut, color and shape if needed the following. 6 x flowering branches, 9 x dogwood flowers, 12 x large leaves plus an extra 6 for the lower edge. Find the pink colored design paper from the collection. Cut this in half and then ink the edges with the Victorian velvet ink. Taking the paper-distressing tool, distress all the edges.  Taking the green card stock cut two 3” strips. Distress the edges of these papers too. Use one of the strips to place behind the join and the other at the base of the LO. Apply water spray to the edges to be curled and curl up by rolling with the pencil. Taking the cardboard, trim this so it is a little smaller than the photo. Add enough so when placed, the photo will sit snug above the paper join. Adhere in place. 


Make a large bow so it will fit almost across the page. Adhere 3 of the dogwood flowering branches in a row about 1” under the photo. Adhere the bow using the hot glue gun. Trim the remaining flowering branches so you can fill the gaps in the flowers fall. These are adhered only at the ends, by lifting the bow a little and tuck the ends under so you adhere so they will not seen. Adhere with the hot glue gun flowers and leaves over the knot of the bow. First the flowers then add the leaves as fillers. 


Showing you close ups of both sides of the photo for the flower placements.


Do the same for each side of the photo and paper join. 



Tuck the leaves under the paper roll at the base of the LO. Add a few dogwood flower sprigs. To finish the LO add a spot of stickles to each dogwood flower petal tips and the draping flower centers.


This is such a pretty release. Love these Dogwood flowers and leaves...next week I will be using more yum from this collection. A naughty sneaky peak for you...



 This collection is, true blue Heartfelt Creations style!So get in fast so you won't miss out!
If you would like to see a lot more of this in 2017...please read below on
"Vote for your favourite design team members"
Scrappy inky hugs...oxoxo


Vote for your favorite design team members: When we announce a new design team call that also means that we have a tough time deciding which of the current designers continue on the design team. We are giving you the opportunity to get involved and vote for 5 or more of your current favorite design team members: http://hcgo.co/DesignTeamVote2017. You can only vote one time and you have to select 5 or more to be eligible to participate. Voting ends on February 22nd, 2017.


Wednesday, February 1, 2017

A Wildwood Cottage from Heartfelt Creations Wednesday...and DT call

Hi to every one today, I have for you a darling card made from the Wildwood Cottage collection from the Heartfelt Creations company.
A collection to die for....lol


“Just a Note With Love”

Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried By Heartfelt Creations


Other Products Used:
Paper: White, Cream pearl finished cardstock 250 gm. Aquarelle paper 170 gm. 
Derwnet Ink-tense watercolor pencils: Flowers- deep violet 0760, sherbet lemon 0100.Leaves- felt green 1530, light olive 1540. Fence and gate- saddle brown 1740, dark chocolate 1930. Ranger products: Stickles: Orange peel, Stardust, Platinum, Foam inking tool. Bone folder, Water coloring brush, Distress Inks:  Bundled sage, Victorian velvet.  Spellbinders: S2-139 Sentiments 3, S2-141 Sentiments Other: Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided 3d Foam Tape, Scoreboard


Instructions:

Watch this video https://youtu.be/rdsIOVMXjIQ to learn how to create flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.
This card measures 15 cm x 15 cm when completed. Taking the cream cardstock cut this to 15 cm x 30 cm and fold in half to form the card base. From the design paper cut two matting papers. One 14.5 cm x 14.5 cm and the other 13.5 cm x 13.5 cm. Ink the edges with the distress inks. Adhere to the card base with double-sided 3d foam tape. Die cut the sentiments from white card stock using the spellbinder dies. Adhere the sentiment words to the foot of the card. Stamp, color and die cut the fences, gate, flowers and leaf swirls. Shape these with the flower shaping tool kit. Begin the arrangement by first adhering the fences and gate with the double sided foam tape across the center of the card. Arrange the leaf swirls and flowers as seen in the card photo. Apply the star dust stickles to the sentiment words, orange peel stickles to the flower centers and platinum stickles to the nails and hinges on the fence and gate.





A few close ups.


Although this is 3d, it was not to time consuming and difficult to make. A matter of preparing the flowers and leaves, the gate and fence...then adhering to the card base. A real winner as you can use this for most occasions, all you need to do is change the sentiment.
See you next week....a real treat in store! HERE
I kn ow you all ready know...but take a look anyway....spoil yourself.
Till then have a scrappy day...inky hugs,
sussipoppins

Design Team Call: Many of you have been asking when our next design team call is happening....it's finally here! If you are passionate about stamping or scrapbooking, and love Heartfelt Creations products, CLICK HERE for more details. 

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Heartfelt Creations Wednesday with a triple fold 3d card

Hi, today I have a 3d triple fold card for you using the Wildwood Cottage collection again...
Enjoy your visit...


Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On Our Website:
Other Products Used:
 Ranger: Stickles- Stardust, Orange peel. Bone folder, Paper-distressing tool, Scissors. Gathered twigs distress ink. Foam inking tool. Other: Crafters Companion White-hint of gold 300gm Card Stock, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam Tape, Black Archival ink. 2 meters white organza ribbon, Scoreboard, Spellbinder S2-141 Sentiments 5


A view of the open card.


A show and tell of the three darlings


Arn't these so cute!

Instructions: 
This triple fold card with ribbon bow, measures 15 cm x 18 cm x 2 cm (6" x 7" x 3/4" )completed. NOTE: The fussy cut daisies are all shaped with the flower shaping tool kit before adhering in place. Start by making the card base with the cardstock. Cut 15 cm x 15 cm. Cut 15 cm x 16.5 cm, make folds at 15 cm and 15.5 cm. Cut 15 cm x 17 cm, make folds at 15 cm and 16 cm. (Cut 6 x 6". Cut 6 x 6.5", make folds at 6 and 6 1/8". Cut 6" x 6 11/16", make folds at 6 and 6 1/4".)  Join all three card cuts together to form the triple fold card base. To decorate the card base, take the design paper with the print of the darlings and flowers all over the page, you will need one. This will be used for the matting. Find also the design paper with the darlings printed with the lace border pattern, you will need two of these pages. This will be for the card backgrounds. Cut the four matting papers to 14.5 cm x 14.5 cm. (5 3/4 x 5 3/4") Taking the die for the darlings, use them to cut all the full darling images from the matting papers making sure you have at least 2.5 cm (1")uncut paper around the edges. ( Like a frame ) Don’t panic, you will not see the holes once the card is put together. ( Saving paper ) Taking the inking tool and the gathered twigs ink, ink all the edges of the papers. From the paper with the darlings and lace border pattern cut four times 13 cm x 13 cm. (5 1/8 x 5 1/8"). NOTE: cut so the lace boarders will show and you have the darlings in the right places when glued in place. Ink all the edges of these papers also. Using the paper-distressing tool, ravel all the edges of the prepared papers. Adhere the layers across the inside of the card base. Note: The center section has the darling sitting on the tree stump in the center of the card. To decorate this section, take two darling images sitting on the tree stump, cut away and discard the wings on one. Adhere with 3d foam tape in layers to match the image on the paper. Add fussy cut daisies to the foot of the stump. Die cut two “hello “ words from white cardstock. Adhere one above the lace print of this page and one to the card front. Stardust stickles is applied to this word later.  The remaining papers use to decorate the card front. ( If you look very closely you will see a join in the background paper. This is so I could get the darlings in the right place. Because a flower and the title are placed over most of the join, it is not so noticeable. ) Adhere the darlings with the 3d foam tape. For the darling sitting on the tree stump, trim the stump a little so you can tuck her in behind the darling in the grass. Add a few of the flowers on the stem and fussy cut daisies for interest. For the sentiment page, find the blue background design paper. Cut this to 13.5 cm x 13.5 cm. (5 5/16 x 5 5/16") Ink and distress the edges. Stamp the sentiment “ Save the Date ” at the bottom of the paper. Adhere in place to the card base. From the off cuts find a paper with the flowers on the side. Cut this to 9.2 cm x 3.5 cm (3 5/8 x 1.6/16"), ink the edges then stamp the sentiment “ You’re invited ” to the right of the printed flowers.  Adhere this sentiment with the 3d foam tape to the top right of the background paper. Using the 3d tape, adhere the two darlings in place. Add a few fussy cut daisies to the foot of the tree stump.  Add stickles to the flower centers and the stardust color to the darlings wings. Put aside to dry. To finish the card, take the ribbon, fold in half and wrap around the card so the bow will show on the outside side. Tie a double bow. 


The above is my fav photo with the daisies surrounding the tree stump.
This is such a darling collection with all the house, windows, doors and all the flowers...your own imagination is the limit. ( not used today but last few postings and the next to come)
A sneaky for next week...


Don't forget to go back to the Heartfelt Creations blog to view all the cuteness and lush there this week...and every week...lol
Wishing you a scrappy inky week with inky hugs 
sussipoppins xox


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

This Wednesday...a darling purse....

Hi to you all, 
today I have a cute gift box purse for anyone young or old of heart to remember the days of fairytale darling butterfly  dreams...
Dreaming and pondering, the darling butterfly wonders that have been and gone
 and the ones yet to come.
Have fun.....


Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On The Website:

Other Products Used:
Derwnet Ink-tense watercolor pencils
The Darlings:-
- On the tree stump - 
Scarlet pink 0320, apple green 1400, light olive 1540, willow 1900, golden yellow 0230, iris blue 0900. 
- In the grass - 
shritz 0600, apple green 1400, light olive 1540 cadmium yellow 0210. 
- The flowers:- 
Purple- deep violet 0760, sherbet lemon 0100. 
- The leaves: 
felt green 1530, light olive 1540. 
- The grass- 
red violet 0610, sherbet lemon 0100, light olive 1540, apple green 1400, felt green 1530. 
- The toadstool:- 
modder brown 1920, neutral grey 2120, Ionian green 1320, apple green 1400.

Paper: Lilac card stock, Aquarelle paper 170 gm. Ranger: Stickles: Orange peel, Star-dust. Dusty concord distress Ink, Foam Inking tool. Bone folder, Water coloring brush, Scissors. Other: Self-adhesive Velcro, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided 3d Foam Tape, Spellbinder die S5-259 Favorably simple gift box, Black archival ink,


Instructions:
The finished size of the purse when finished is 12 cm x 12 cm x 5 cm. NOTE: All the stamping is done with the arrival black ink and on the aquarelle paper.
Click   HERE  to see how this box is put together.
Using the Lilac card stock die cut the purse base. Ink the edges of the purse with the Dusty concord distress ink.. Adhere only the purse bottom base together at this stage.  I used double sided tape and wet glue to make this strong. Taking the design paper pad, find the pink toned paper with the shutter, tree and flower print, die cut the lace backgrounds using both the dies from the Rain drops on roses die set. Ink the edges of these die cuts with the dusty concord ink. Lay the purse flat to adhere a lace background on each side of the purse. Stamp, color, then die cut all the images for this project. ( Make sure you have more than enough of the images, there are a lot of layers used. ) For the purse front, adhere the grass to the purse, trimming as you go, making lots of layers. Using two darling images adhere to the foot of the purse with 3d tape. Arrange and tuck the stemmed flowers and leaves at both sides of the purse. Do the same for the back of the purse. The darling has two wing layers. Cut the wings away from the darling image and adhere to the back of the full image. Once all is dry and secure, complete the construction of the purse. Apply a small dot or square Velcro to fasten the purse closure. Add a large leaf cluster and a shaped single flower to one side of the closure. Apply clear drying glue to the foot of both sides of the purse then sprinkle go man go prills on the glue line. Do the same on the darlings dandelion, using the silver lining color for this. To finish, apply star dust and orange peel stickles to the flower centers and grass flowers. Star dust stickles to the wings and toadstool spots.


Aren't these toadstools cute!...love the stickles on the spots...and what about those wings....all surgery and glittery...made for anyone that is addicted to bling and glitter.


Here's a close up of the darling in the grass


Details of the wild grass placements. Stamp, die cut and colour more than you need, then you can trim them to add lots and lots of layers to the work.


Here you see the colouring, these flowers are so cute. A delight to work with.One can never have enough flowers for projects....You also see the edges are inked, this gives a nice finish for a block coloured card stock.

This sure is a fun collection. Last week the cottage, this week a purse. This purse makes a wonderful gift packaging...sure will make any little sweet heart jump with joy and glee.

Next week more of this collection...till then,
scrappy inky hugs from me...xoxxo


Wednesday, January 11, 2017

This Wednesday...Introducing the new WILDWOOD COTTAGE COLLECTION

Hi there, here's my 'Home Sweet Home' Wildwood Cottage card...enjoy.....
To get you all warmed up and fuzzy inside about this new collection....

Come away with us and discover the whimsical world of Wildwood Cottage, the newest collection by Heartfelt Creations.  Unleash your imagination and explore magical gardens filled with light and airy florals, chirping birds, fluttering butterflies and of course the playful and enchanting sprites that call these gardens home.  Create your very own captivating fairy garden with this extraordinary collection featuring four beautifully illustrated cling stamp sets and coordinating dies!  Fill your fanciful garden scenes with playful fairies, dimensional garden accents, cheery florals and of course enchanting cottages for the spirited sprites to call home.  The softly hued paper collection is sprinkled with pretty garden shades resembling moss like greens, lilac lavenders, pansy purples and hydrangea blues accented with daisy like yellows, whites and petunia pinks!  Delicate chevrons, ornate floral swirls, along with dainty polka dots and eyelet lace like designs are just a few of the graceful finishes showcased among this decorative paper collection and have been incorporated into heartwarming full page cottage and garden scenes ideal for scrapbook layouts, as well as various sized premade card front panels ideal for quick and easy card bases!  The perfect collection to add a touch of sunshine, and bring smiles to the faces of friends and loved ones during those long winter days!  




Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On The Heartfelt Creations Website:

Other Products Used:
Paper: A4 Crafters Companion Whit-hint of gold 300 gm card stock, Aquarelle paper. 170 gm, Cream pearl finished card stock 250 gm. Ranger products: Tim Holtz brick embossing folder, Foam inking tool, Bone folder, Water coloring brush, Paper distressing tool, Scissors. Stickles: Orange peel, platinum, stardust. Distress Inks: Faded jeans, Gathered twigs. Other: Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam Tape, Scoreboard, bone folder. 
Derwent Inktense water color pencils used: 
The fence and gate: - Saddle brown 1740, dark chocolate 1930.The flowers:-Blue flowers-sherbet lemon 0100, sea blue 1200.The leaves: Felt green 1530, light olive 1540. The grass:- red violet 0610, sherbet lemon 0100, light olive 1540, apple green 1400, felt green 1530. The toadstool:- Modder brown 1920, neutral grey 2120, Ionian green 1320, apple green 1400. The wheelbarrow: saddle brown 1740, dark chocolate 1930. The pathway: amber 1710, saddle brown 1740, dark chocolate 1930. The windows: saddle brown 1740, dark chocolate 1930 The potted flowers:- Chinese ink 2030, vivid green 1330, deep violet 0760, cadmium yellow 0210, burnt orange 0260, tan 1720 , sherbet lemon 0100, red oxide 1910, mid vermilion 0310. The birdbath:- Chinese ink 2030, sea blue 1200.
Instructions: 
The finished size of this slider card is 17. 5 cm x 21 cm. NOTE: All the stamping is done on the aquarelle paper and with the black archival ink. All the measurements are converted to inches for this card HERE
TO MAKE THE ‘Z’ SLIDER CARD FROM A4 cardstock. This Z slider card fits into an envelope that measures 22 cm x 21 cm when completed. To make the card base: Taking the A4 cardstock, score at 6 cm and at 12 cm along the long edge. Fold this into valley and hill folds. This will form the card front foot (6 cm x 20.8 cm) and card front background (17.7 cm x 20.8 cm). For the slider, cut 11.5 cm x 7 cm. For the card front, cut 14 cm x 17 cm. All the matting layers will be cut at 2 mm smaller each side. For the card slider guide, cut from the card stock a band measuring13.5 cm x 7 cm. Cut a half circle into one of the 13.5 cm edge. This will be the top edge so you can slide the slider easily into the guide when the card is finished. Adhere in place to the back of the card front. Adhere the slider to the top center of the card background. Adhere the card front to the center of the card foot. Slide the slider in to place. Make and adhere all the embellishments to the card front. When adding the slider decoration, make sure the slider still slides before securing with glue. Follow the instructions below on how to decorate this card. Find from the paper pad the design paper needed and cut to fit the slider card panels. Cut first the card front, as you will be a little short to cover the total back card panel. This does not matter, as you will not see this when the card is completed. Now cut the card foot and slider from the remaining paper. Ink the edges with the faded jeans ink then distress the edges with the distressing tool. Adhere in place. Taking the crème card stock die cut the house and roof three times each. Emboss the house with the embossing folder; first apply the gathered twigs to one side of the folder before running it through the machine. This will give you the brick print in the embossing. Apply the gathered twig ink to the roof and all sides of the house. Stamp all the images needed for this card, make lots of them, as there are many layers. With the pencils bring color to the image out lines then with the brush then water drag the color. This is the method I used to do the coloring for this card. Once you have brought color and die cut the images, shape them with the flower shaping tool kit. The windows and door are adhered with the double-sided foam tape and clear drying glue. The rest of the images are adhered with glue and double sided foam tape where needed. When all is secure and dry, apply the stickles to the flower centers, windows, door, toadstool and any where else you think it needs it to give a sparkly bling feel to the card.


zooming in on the left side of the card foot


Zooming in on the slider section of the card...love these sweet flowers!


zooming in on the right side of the card foot. Love these cute little toadstools


Isn't this an inviting door?


Love all the detail stamps and dies that can be layers and layers and layers....it just keeps going on and on...


....and what do you think about these windows? There are two door and window types in the set....yes Heartfelt Creations are looking after us...lol.

Are you falling in love yet? You just wait till next week! A sneaky Peek...


Can't show any more with out giving the element of surprise away...lol
Till then, have a scrappy happy day.
Inky hugs, sussipoppins


Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Woodsy Wonderland Wednesday

Hi, it's wet and cold over here in Holland today but I have something to warm the soul....
a slider card from the Woodsy Wonderland collection...have fun.
'Special Moments With You'


Heartfelt Creations Products And Products Carried On The Website:
Other Products Used:
Card Stock: A4 Crafters Companion White-hint of gold 300gm
Ranger: Stardust stickles, Glossy accents, Inking foam tool. Bone folder, Scissors, Distress Inks: Forest moss, Tea dye. Other: Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam Tape, Scoreboard


Instructions:  Note: I have converted the " measurements for you, they are in the brackets.
This Z slider card fits into an envelope that measures 22 cm x 21 cm (8.10" x 8.5")when completed. 
The card size is, 17.5 cm x 20.8 cm (6.15" x 8.4")
To make the card base: 
Taking the A4 cardstock and score at 6 cm (2.6") and at 12 cm (4.12") along the long edge. Fold into valley and hill folds. This will form the card front foot 6 cm x 20.8 cm (2.6" x 8.4") cm and card front background 17.7 cm x 20.8 cm (7" x 8.4"). For the slider, cut 10.5 cm (4.3") height x 12.1 cm (4.13") width. (12.1 cm is the edge that is later glued to the top of the card) For the card front cut 16.5 cm (6.8") height x 20.8 cm (8.4") width. All the matting layers will be cut at 2 mm smaller each side. Cut 6.5 cm (2.11") height x 17 cm (6.12") width for the slider guide. Taking the forest moss ink, ink the card background, slider and card foot of the card base.  Adhere the slider to the top of the card background base. Adhere the slider guide to the back of the card front base so the slider will slide when all is put together. 


Taking the design paper, fussy cut the tree leaves. Measure and cut the top left of the paper to fit the card front. You will be missing the right corner due to the fussy cutting. This will be covered so you will not see this once the card is finished. Fussy cut the remaining image. Ink the edges of the fussy cuts with the forest moss ink. Adhere the design paper cuts to the card front base using glue and tape. Use the 3d foam tape / foam squares to give the height needed. Apply the tea dye ink to the background around the Deer and between the trees as needed. 


From the remaining fussy cut piece with leaves and roses on it, ink the edges and adhere to the top of the slider. 

Apply the glossy accents / crystal lacquer to the Deer and small flowers in the tree leaves on the card front. 


To finish, add stickles to the flowers along the foot of the card and to the roses.


 I hope you had fun with this card. No stamping or die cutting today....one for the books!

Next week we have more candy for the eye with a new release....yip....Heartfelt Creations keep 'em coming. Heartfelt Creation has sneaky peeks on their blog click blog to see the film of the release.
Below are my sneaky peeks...enjoy.




Have a scrappy inky day, 
sussipoppins hugs







https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8WLXE8hLRk