Thursday, February 9, 2012

Framed Chapel


Here's another creation using this month's new release from Heartfelt Creations - the Floral Cross Collection. This is a simple image colored with COPIC markers, then matted with layers created with Nestabilities dies.



Note: Finished project size: 8" x 8"

Heartfelt Creations Products


Certainly Celery (SU!)8" x 8" (2 pieces)
Old Olive (SU!)8" x 8" (2 pieces)
Stamper's Select White (Papertrey Ink)8" x 8" (1 piece)


Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)


Square Grand Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Scalloped Squares Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Grand Calibur (Spellbinders)
COPIC Markers (Imagination International)
8" square frame (Hobby Lobby)
Foam Tape (3M)
Rotary Trimmer (Fiskars)



Cut a piece of white cardstock measuring 8" x 8", and stamp the chapel image in the middle of the panel with black ink. Color with COPIC markers. I used these colors:

  • Sky: B91
  • Roof/Door: E70, E71
  • Walls: E74, E77
  • Windows: Y15
  • Grass: YG91, YG93
  • Bushes: YG95
  • Pine Tree: YG97, YG99, E39
  • Path: E30, E31, W6


Cut 2 pieces of light green card stock measuring 8" x 8", and 2 pieces of dark green card stock measuring 8" x 8". Use the Grand Square Nestabilities to cut the outer 3 layers. Use the Scalloped Square Nestabilities to cut the inner mat layer. Mount each layer onto the image using foam tape to give the mats some dimension. Fit the matted image into the frame and close.

Don't Forget

Leave a comment on the Heartfelt Creations blog by February 14 to be eligible to win the entire release valued at $125.93. The winner will be announced on February 15 on the HC Blog.

Thanks for stopping by!




Lisa, I think this is drop dead gorgeous! I'm speechless...can you imagine! But this is just too pretty for words!

Lisa aka Raining said...

I love how you framed this like a picture! You have given me so much inspiration with your beautiful work!

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Lisa I love how beautifully framed your image is. It really highlights the beauty of the stamp.

Judy I said...

Gorgeous project. I love the alternating colors of green used for the mats framing the chapel.

hlm said...

Wow this is fabulous! Really like all the mats!

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