Heartfelt Creations Blog Hop September 2022

The blog hop begins at 8AM EDT on Friday September 30th 2022 and runs until 11:55PM EDT on Monday October 3rd 2022

To enter, all you have to do is to leave a comment on my blog to be in with a chance of winning $25 Heartfelt Creations gift certificate. Click on the links at the bottom of the blog to access each Alumni Team Members blog and you will automatically be able to see their stunning inspirations for this months blog hop. Comment on as many Heartfelt Creations Alumni blogs as you like… remember… the more blogs you comment on the more chance you have to win! Don’t forget to click on the Heartfelt Creations blog at the end of the blog and leave a comment for yet another chance to win $25 Heartfelt Creations Gift Certificate. That means there are two chances to win!!!!The winners will be announced on the Heartfelt Creations Facebook Page and the Heartfelt Creations Blog on Wednesday October 5th 2022. If you are a lucky winner claim your prize by emailing socialmedia@heartfeltcreations.com with the title ‘WINNER OF THE SEPTEMBER 2022 ALUMNI HOP’ within 72 hours of the announcement. Good luck 😍

Hello and welcome! πŸ’•

You could use this style of card to create a glass effect room, whether it is a greenhouse displaying tomatoes and plants or whether it is a habitable room attached to your home with cosy chairs and indoor plants where you love to curl up with a book! Or do your crafting! 🀣

Cut cardstock 6 x 8 3/4″ and lay landscape in scor-pal, score at 1/4, 6 1.4, 7 1/4 and 8 1/4″.
Cut the front piece of clear cardstock 6 x 6 1/4″ and score 1/4″ tab. Cut clear cardstock 5 x 6″ and adhere to 1/4″ tab
Cut clear cardstock 6 x 6 1/4″, cut 1/4″ strips of luxe silver cardstock and adhere to the clear cardstock every 1 1/2″. TIP: secure the clear cardstock with low tack tape to your glass mat to help line-up the strips, when only the outer edges remain remove the tape to allow strips to be adhered. Use dries clear or red liner tape.

If you have a die that could be used go ahead and use it, you may need to change the size of your card to accommodate your die.

Adhere the front clear cardstock piece onto the same 1/4″ tab. Adhere background paper inside the card before adhering the card together. TIP: cut 6 x 5 15/16th” background paper to ensure the crease (valley fold) will fold flat without catching on the background paper.
Adhere the front panel to the upturned tab. The card collapses to fold flat, push the mountain fold down to create a flat bottom while standing up. This angle shows the suspended clear cardstock piece (this is optional to create illusion of depth in the room) TIP: adhere decorative papers to the bottom of the card cut 2 separate pieces and ensure it allows the card to still collapse.
Silver heat emboss 2no. Bursting Bloom Mosaic strips, overlap and adhere together to create 6″ length. For aged look further heat emboss random areas versamark/Stampendous Aged Green Embossing Enamel and adhere to the top of the card.
Cut 2no. strips of cardstock approx 7 x 1 3/4″. Use one piece to die-cut the centre section of Classic Companion Border.
Adhere over the other piece of cardstock, trim down to 6 x 1 1/2″. Colour with Weathered Wood Distress Oxide. Add versamark to random areas and heat emboss aged green enamel. Attach to the bottom of the card.

Stamp out onto white cardstock, colour (Zig Clean Color Real Brush) and die-cut with co-ordinating die sets; French Cottage Scapes, Cottage Lifestyle, Cottage Tree Scapes. Adhere onto the card with dries clear, use the background paper and the suspended clear cardstock to create depth

Stamp onto white cardstock flowers French Cottage Scapes in Vibrant Fuchsia and colour with Rose Madder, edge and colour centres with Red Geranium, die-cut with co-ordinating dies. Shape with Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Pierce centes and thread medium bead stamen and secure with hot glue. Trim off excess wire.

Stamp onto white cardstock leaves from the same set, colour with water colour and waterpen. I used my trusty distress ink palette! Shape with ball tool and adhere to the card with hot glue, add flowers.

I hope you have found my blog helpful and inspiring today and I look forward to seeing your makes on the Heartfelt Creations Official Facebook page.

Please join me again for more crafty fun on the Heartfelt Creations Alumni Blog Hop which takes place the last Friday of every month.

Keeeeep crafting! (homage to Strictly πŸ˜‚)

Crafty hugs, Lynn πŸ’•

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I: What The Heart Wants Instagram

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Other items:

  • red liner tape
  • weathered wood distress oxide/dauber
  • stampendous aged green embossing enamel
  • versamark
  • heat gun
  • hot glue

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33 thoughts on “Heartfelt Creations Blog Hop September 2022

  1. Lynn, I just love your 3-D creations! This is such a clever use of that swing die, and I love the way you constructed your window pane! Thank you for the lovely tutorial, and thanks so much for hopping with us this month! xo

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  2. I so look forward to seeing what you’re going to create each month Lynn, and you do not disappoint! Fabulous design! You are so talented. My mind is buzzing with ideas about what to use this for! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Along with others, I love how you’ve used the swing! Thanks for this tutorial…much appreciated! I like cards that can so easily stand for display. Well done!

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