Thursday, March 8, 2012

May God Comfort You


Here's my second card for Heartfelt Creations this week.

Don't forget to visit the Heartfelt Creations blog to see the creations by all the design team members, and a sneak peek of next week's new release - the "My Guy" collection! AND, the design team call is currently underway. For the current designers, HC is taking a vote for your favorite designers. Every vote gets a chance to win a $50 gift certificate! Be sure to go to the blog and follow the instructions for voting.



Note: Finished card size: 5" x 7"

Heartfelt Creations Products


Basic Black (SU!)7" x 10", score at 5"
Bordering Blue (SU!)4" x 6"
Very Vanilla (SU!)3 3/4" x 5 1/4", and
3" x 3"


Vintage Photo Distress Ink (Ranger)


Fleur De Lis Squares Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Grand Calibur (Spellbinders)
Border Punch (Martha Stewart)
Ribbon (Hobby Lobby)
Peg Bow Maker (Unity Stamps)
3-D Foam Squares (Scrapbook Adhesives)
ATG (3M)
Rotary Trimmer (Fiskars)



Cut a piece of black card stock measuring 7" x 10", score at 5" and fold.


Cut a piece of light blue card stock measuring 4" x 6". Punch one of the short ends using the border punch. Use a piece of vanilla card stock cut to 3 3/4" x 5 1/4", and stamp the word background using the brown ink. Mount this onto the blue mat.

Tie a double-loop bow using brown ribbon, and slide on a strip that will wrap around the mat. Use a glue dot to mount the bow on the right of the mat, and tape the ends of the strip on the back of the mat. Mount the mat onto the front of the card.


Cut/emboss a small Fleur De Lis square using vanilla card stock. with the die cut still in the die, stamp the sentiment in the middle using brown ink. Sponge brown ink around the sentiment. Remove the die cut from the die, and mount using foam squares.

Thanks for stopping by!


Sue said...

Wow a beautiful card Luv Sue x

Angelica said...

Beautiful card Lisa, love the clean design on it.

hlm said...

Oh this is so beautiful & very well done!

SaraWaller said...

You did a beautiful job on this one.

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