Showing posts with label flowers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label flowers. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Special tag with Heartfelt Creations


Tags are a wonderful way to make quick projects and yet satisfy your urge to create something new. Nowadays, tags do not remain a simple strip of paper with a ribbon. Tags , over the years have come a long way and just a beautiful tag on any project can make it look awesome.

Heartfelt Creations have recently launched a beautiful set of tags and banner dies along with sentiment  cling stamps for all occasions. And what a life saviour they are!!!! Now we can create beautiful embellishments, tags etc along with the sentiments in no time. And after being decorated with flowers, they look all the more gorgeous.

So if you want to see what I made for my first inspiration, then see this.

Here is my project for today. I have made a two layer tag that will also serve as a card. The tag on top slides and one can write a message on the tag below. The dogwoods as always make it look gorgeous. The special sentiment is apt for any occasion.

Heartfelt Creations products used

HCPC-3843 Special Birthday Sentiments Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7202 Album Tags and Accents Die
HCD1-7203 Ornamental Tags Die
HCDP1-275 Flowering Dogwood Paper Collection
HCD1-7129 Flowering Dogwood Die
HCPC-3773 Flowering Dogwood Cling Stamp Set
3D Leafy Accents Shaping Mold
HCPC-3835 Leafy Accents Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7193 Leafy Accents Die
Groove Golf Tool Set
RACP524 Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Vibrant Fuchsia
RACP436 Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Leaf Green
RACP475 Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Library Green
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Darice Adhesive Foam Strips
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles

Other Products
Floral Oriental paper from Dress My craft for flowers, White card stock, Scoring board, Peeled Paint, Vintage Photo distress ink. Ribbon, Twine, pearls, Rainbow Glitter powder from Dress My Craft, Clear Water droplets, eyelet, crop a dile.

For more tips on creating with the Flowering Dogwood collection, watch the tutorial at
To see how to shape the flowering dogwood, watch the video at


Cut two tag die cuts using the bigger tag die from the Albums Tags and Accents die in white card stock. Cut a mat layer using the smaller tag die using a pattern paper from the Dogwood paper pad and another one from white card stock.
Adhere the pattern paper die cut to one of the base tags using clear glue.
On the second mat layer tag, Score at 1/8th inch interval on the scoring board. Distress all over with Peeled paint. Distress all the edges of all die cuts with Vintage Photo ink.

Using the label die cut , from white card stock cut the mat layer of this label. Cut out two die cuts from white card stock using both the base and mat die cut so that we get a frame. Adhere the two frames together.

On the white base layer label, stamp the special birthday sentiment. Distress  all over with vintage photo. Adhere on the scored tag layer.
Adhere the frame on the mat tag layer.

Stamp many images of  dogwood flower with Vibrant Fuschia . Color the edges with same color using sponge dauber. Shape the flowers using the groove golf tool. Color the flower centre with yellow color.
Add two layers together and add a stamen to form the flower.
Make leaves using green ink and leafy accents stamp, die and mold.

Arrange all the flowers and leaves on the top scored tag as shown in the picture. Add an eyelet using crop a dile , joining the two tags. Add ribbon and twine with pearls.

Cut  two tiny tags and stamp sentiment on top. Distress with Vintage photo. Add the twine.

Finish with clear water droplets and glitter powder.

Visit the Heartfelt Creations Store for all the above supplies

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Special Launch-Tags , Sentiments and much more---Heartfelt Creations

Hello to all !!!!!

Don't we all love surprises !!!! Especially if the surprise is loaded with lots of good things !!! Well, then see what I have today !!!!


You will amazed to see the range of sentiment stamps.... Be it birthday , sympathy, or any special occasion... there is a sentiment for you!!!

And with it comes a range of dies---banners, tags, filigree labels and so much more.

So why are you waiting !!! Go grab them here as soon they might become out of stock.

I promise you... You will love to have them on your craft table.

So let me show you what I made with the new products.

It is a tag cum card!!!
Sounds funny !!!! But actually I have used the big tag die along with the other dies and stamps to create this and there is enough space at the back to write a message and this tag is as big as an A2 size card.

So let us see how I created this . Listed below are all the supplies.
You can shop from the Heartfelt Creations store
or If you live in India -Shop from here

Heartfelt Creations products used.

HCD1-7204 Arrows and Banner Die
HCD1-7202 Album Tags and Accents Die
HCPC-3843 Special Birthday Sentiments Cling Stamp Set
HCD2-7190 Frame a Card Leafy Borders Die

HCD2-7191 Intricate Swirl Frames Die
HCD1-7200 Oakberry Lane Blossoms Die
HCPC-3842 Oakberry Lane Blossoms Cling Stamp Set
HCFB1-469 3D Blossoms Shaping Mold
Groove Golf Tool Set
HCS1-459-3 Assorted Bead Stamens-Medium
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Darice Adhesive Foam Strips

Other products

White card stock, score board, die cutting machine, assorted ribbon, embossing folder.

Video---For more tips on creating with the Oakberry Lane collection, watch the tutorial at


Make a card base from white card stock. Cut white card stock to size 10 inches by 7 inches. Score at 5 inch mark on the longer side and fold to make an A2 size card. 
Cut the biggest size tag from the tag die set.
Cut the next smaller size tag from the same set and put in the embossing folder. Pass through the die cutting machine to emboss the tag. 

Distress the edges and the tag front of the mat layer very lightly with the Majestic violet distress ink using a sponge dauber. Adhere the mat tag layer on the base of the main tag. Distress the edges of the main tag layer.

Adhere this tag on the card base. 
Stamp several images of the oakberry lane flower in majestic purple ink. Color the flowers with the same shade. Stamp the leaves in Fern Green and color with Leaf green. Cut the flowers with coordinating dies. 
Give shape to the flowers using the groove golf tools on an embossing pad. 
Layer two flowers together with glue and add light purple stamens.

Using the Arrows and banner die set, Cut one arrow in white card stock and the mat layer arrow in a purple color designer paper. Distress the edges of both with violet ink. Cut a small banner and distress its edges also.

Cut the intricate label from the frame die set. Stamp a birthday sentiment from the Happy Birthday sentiment stamp set on the banner and the intricate label.
Cut an intricate corner die cut and adhere to the tag corner on the left

Adhere the arrow and banner with foam strips  as shown on the card.

Arrange the flowers and leaves. Add ribbon on the tag to finish the card cum tag .

I loved all the products from the Special launch and  feel there is something for everyone. Now no more hunting for that extra touch to highlight any flower or sentiment on your card.
This special launch has every thin

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Thank you for your support.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Create a Rose with Craft Passion

Hello to all 

A rose is the most beautiful of all flowers and it is always a pleasure to create one. Add a rose to any project and see its beauty enhanced. Craft Passion has beautiful flower dies and scrapbooking papers that help you to make unique projects .

I have created a rose with the Flower set no. 5. This is a wonderful die set and one can create many flowers with this. See another flower made with this die  here

See this card below where just two roses bring out the beauty of this card against the beautiful wood
grain paper. I have added some texture with stencil and modelling paste.

A very simple card but yet so elegant.

Do visit the Craft Passion store for all you craft supplies. Please leave a comment if you like my work .

List of Products used.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014


HELLO  !!!
My dear friends, I am  Anita with my favourite cheery lynn dies this wednesday. I,m so thrilled because this week we are asking you to play with die cut flowers. Isn't that fabulous !! Now that you all know mw, You can very well guess, why this is my favourite, I love playing with wide range of flower dies with Cheery Lynn and here I will show how one single die can be used to create a variety of flowers. Here I have used the Rose die to create two types of blossoms instead of using it to make the rose. And of course , there is the shasta daisy strip die, which I have used to create a zinnia type of flower instead of regular daisy. The point I want to make is that you can use your imagination to make numerous flowers from one single die. Now here is my card, with all the supplies listed below.

Large Rose B155
Shasta Daisy B310
Big leaves from Build a flower #3
Flourish Leaf Strip B178
Heart to Heart Doily DL 106
Horizon square boutique stqcker frames DL 253
Clock w/angel wing (steampunk series) B357
heat embossed the edges with stampendous embossing enamel powder
stamps frpm Penny black and Justrite
Inks-versfine onyx black, Distress markers, Bundled Sage

Now to our challenge----DIE CUT FLOWERS, You can play along this challenge and win for yourself a 20 $ shopping spree. So take out your cheey lynn flower dies and play along.
Have a great day ahead.. See you next week.

Challenges--Deep ocean challenge, love to scrap, ladybug crafts

Wednesday, June 18, 2014


Hello Friends !! I am Anita here and how are you ?I am very busy as from July is the starting month in India for all festivals in the coming months.. So gifting is essential part of festivals..Right !! So here I bring to you a basket all adorned with handmade flowers with cheery lynn dies. I have used the coveted rectangle scalloped stacker dies as the front and back. And I made a small box attached between the two die cuts to hold gifts. Then I embossed the front panel with the embossing folder and created lots of layers with stacker dies. Finally lots of flowers with the build a flower 2 dies and the daisy strip ...and the handle is decorated with dancing doily lace. An did you notice the colour..Its all over tune with the current challenge..Keep it Krafty.
So here is my basket.

supplies used

XM Scalloped Coved Rectangle - XM-11

 Daisy Strip - B259
Rose Leaf Strip - B241
ribbon from stash


Simon says stamp

So take out your Kraft papers and start playing along the Keep it Krafty challenge. The prize is 20 $ shopping at the cheery lynn store

Tuesday, May 15, 2012


We often forget to enjoy the small things in life, because of our daily monotonous regime. And it is the simple things that give the greater pleasure, so is my belief. With the temperature touching the sky, I,m too exhausted to go into the complications of life. WHO, WHAT, WHY. WHERE  ----All these are in the closet now. No time and energy to fret over small issues. SO JUST ENJOY !!!! And thats what this sentiment here says. I love this quote from the UNITY QUOTE BUNDLE. When I bought this, I was not too sure about itm but then I was not much into stamping. Now these are my prized possession.

The flower is handmade using the pear punch and distressed with  Broken China.  The leaves are from Marvy embossed leaf punch and distresse with Memen to ink. The Butterflies are distressed with Broken china and Paris dusk from Memento and are from stampendous. Leafy rectangles and
Flourish die from spellbinders.

Challenges-- Bunny Zoe's craft-Anything goes, critter challenge-flowers, simon says stamp and show-anything goes, paper sundaes

Sunday, May 13, 2012


Hello friends,

A new challenge blog is all there for you all and being a part of the DT, here is my first post for this challenge.

The Game is a new bi monthly challenge and swap blog where creativity is the prime focus. It could be any medium. The main object is to enjoy, create and share.You can share any form of art--cards, albums, atcs, embroidery, altered art cake, etc.

The first challenge is TIC TAC TOE.

Here is the board and you can use any row - vertically, horizontally or diagonally to create your project.

There is a fabulous prize for this and I do request you all to become a follower of this blog and participate for all the fun. We have a fantastic DT and you will get to see some really good work down the line.

Here is my card for the first challenge-TIC TAC TOE

I,ve used the first row--ribbons, flowers and staples.

Supplies--Fabriano cardstock, Papermania papers, spellbinders diecuts, Magnolia stamp, flowers, staples and sentiments from Inkadinkado

Challenges :   stampin for the weekend-layers, wags n whiskers-recipe, charisma cardz-pink and girly, Magnolia stamp lovers-flowers.

Hope you all had a very happy sunday!!!!

Saturday, February 5, 2011


First, To my sheer delight my card was chosen as the top in this blog. Do check out this unusual post.

The front View
Hi, this is my first attempt to make a tri shutter card and this something I really enjoyed. a lot of time consuming measurements has gone into it. But believe me! its really very simple. This is DT card for craftyjc challenge and after making this I,m just drained out. So no more details! Just check this out from various angles and happy crafting!
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