A Regal Celebration

Hi there!
I'm back today with another creative project with Heartfelt Creations!  I once again have been playing with the Peacock Paisley Collection!
The beautiful colors, shapes and flowers are stunning!

I decided to create a card that was fit for any type of regal celebration you may need a card on hand for.  Perfect for an anniversary, a promotion, special birthday, retirement, etc.  

Here's how it came out...


...and here's a close up of part of the flower cluster...


Since the daisy is my favorite flower of all time, (and yes I'd seriously rather have a bouquet of daisies than roses), I have absolutely fallen in love with this stamp and die set!
This is such a playful collection and I love the whimsical swirls and paisley shapes!
I've used embossing enamel, stickles and lumiere pearl paint to bring the whole card up a notch...giving it a very rich and regal shine.  

Well, that's all for me today...short and sweet!
Please do stop by the Heartfelt Creations blog to check out the other gorgeous creations the team have been busy making for your inspiration.  Each and every one of us tries so hard to bring forward a creation that will inspire you to make something of your own....the designers really do craft from the heart!

Until next time...
Product Supplies and Instructions
HCDP1-252 Peacock Paisley Paper Collection
HCPC-3653 Delightful Daisies Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3660 Peacock Swirls Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-760 Delightful Daisies Die
TSMP707 Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink
TSMP704 New Sprout Memento Ink
TSMP103 Cantaloupe Memento Ink
SMP001 Rubber Stamp Mat Pad
273900 Zip Dry Glue

Other Products Used:  scor tape, Stampin Up Basic Black ink,  Gray Flannel Memento ink, Dandelion Memento Ink,  Spectrum Noir Colored Pencils 045, 046, 011, 086, Spectrum Noir blending stumps, Spectrum Noir Blending solution, Gold Stickles, finger daubers, BigShot die cutting machine, Spellbinders Classic Ovals (Lg), Stampin Up Lumiere Acrylic Pearl White Paint, Aged Hunter Stampendous Frantage Embossing Enamel, heat tool, 3D pop dots, flower shaping tools and mat

Locate the printed peacock image shown on one of the 12x12 papers in the collection.  Cut out the image just slightly smaller than the 5"x7" card front, allowing a white border of the card front to show around the edges.  Sprinkle embossing enamel onto the four corners of the image and melt onto paper using heat tool.  Using the second largest oval die, die cut the lower corner of the paper as shown in example, setting aside the die cut piece to use  later.  Die cut a white oval using the next smaller oval die.  Stamp the small flower image onto the white oval using the small stamp in the Peacock Swirls Cling Stamp set.  Once dry, color the image using blendable pencils and blending solution.  Pop the white image die cut onto the green die cut using 3D pop dots.  Being careful to match up the dimensional piece with the opening in the card, adhere the popped up die cut to the card base.  Using pop dots, apply the card panel to the card front as well.  Stamp flowers in gray ink and once dry, die cut using the coordinating die. Color the petals using a yellow blending pencil and blend with solution.  Ink the centres of the flowers using the orange (cantaloupe) colored ink.  Ink each of the petal tips with a yellow color.  Shape flowers as shown.  Once flowers are shaped, brush each one with a coat of pearl white acrylic paint.  Stamp leaves in light green ink and die cut once dried as well.  Ink all edges with a darker green ink and shape. Locate the decorative border as seen on the bottom of the card in the paper pack and trim to fit the bottom of the card.  Cut out the sentiment you wish to use from the paper pack as well and apply.  Arrange the leaves and flowers into a cluster.  Once happy with the arrangement adhere to card.  Lastly, apply stickles to the petals of each flower with your finger tip.  Then apply a small amount of stickles straight from the bottle onto the tip of each shaped flower, as well as the centres.  Don't forget to apply stickles to the stamped image as well.  You are now ready for the next celebratory occasion that requires a regal looking greeting card!
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