Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose Collection - Mixed Media Lavender Rose Card








Hello, my friends and Welcome!  
 
I would love to share another Heartfelt Creations card I created using the Classic Rose Collection.   
I used some of the gorgeous designer paper to make some quilling strips and accented with prills. 

   


HCPC - 270  Classic Rose Designer Paper Collection
HCPC  3752  Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set
HCD1 - 7110  Classic Rose Die
HCPC  3735   Classic Rose Vines Cling Stamp Set
ANC 822   I Cannot Tell a Lilac Prills
HCST1 - 401  Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
159723  Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
352854  Meal Tip for Adhesive
173842  Scor-Pal Measuring and Scoring Board
SMPOO1  Stamping Mat Pad
TSMP - 900  Tuxedo Black Dye Ink Pad
TSMP - 504  LuLu Lavender Memento  Dye Ink Pad


Heavy weight white card stock, light weight white card stock, X-Press It  card stock,  dark purple card-stock, green card stock, sponge dauber, quilling tool (or a pencil), oval die 2 sizes, paper trimmer and Copic Alcohol Ink : BVOOOO, BV00, BV04, BV08, G12, YG61, YG63. 




Create a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch white card base.  Cut card purple card-stock base layer at 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches and reserve the rest for the focal image mat.    Select the lavender designer paper from the Classic Rose Collection.   Size the designer paper at 5 x 5 inches.   

Stamp Classic Rose Vines Cling Stamp Set on Copic Compatible paper.  I used X-Press It Blending Card Stock.  Color the image with the ink of your choice.   I used Copic Alcohol Ink Combo's BVOOOO, BV00, BV04, BV08, G12, YG61, YG63.  A marbleized background was created with BV0000, BV00, G12 and 70% alcohol in a water brush.   White highlights were added using opaque white ink.   The image was cut using an oval die.   A purple mat was cut using a slightly larger die.  The focal image and mat layer were adhered together.    

Strips from the reserved designer paper were cut in strips.   Loose scrolls were formed using a quilling tool but you can roll it around a small cylindrical tool.  

The Classic Rose Cling Stamp was stamped on lightweight white card stock using Memento Lu Lu Lavender Dye Ink Pad.   For me, 65#  paper works well for flower petals.  It is pliable and easy to shape.   The  petals were die cut using the   Classic Rose Die.  The petals were sponged using  Lu Lu Lavender Memento Dye Ink.   I like to leave some white showing for highlights.    The petals were lightly misted with water on the underside and shaped using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.   
Emma Lou has a wonderful video that shows how to shape dimensional roses.  It can be viewed HERE.

Stamp and die cut the rose leaves and vine from green card stock.   Shape the leaves using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.   

Adhere the layers as shown in the picture.    Adhere the vine with leaves, matted focal image and quilled loose scrolls.  Apply Designer Dries Clear Adhesive to the inside of the scrolls and sprinkle  the Prills - I Cannot Tell a Lilac Prills.   Check out the close-up photo.  Aren't the prills gorgeous?   Allow the adhesive to dry and then apply the roses for your final embellishment.   


Thank you so much for stopping by!    
You can check out all the creative cards and projects from my team mates.   Their blog links are on my sidebar.   




18 comments:

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    1. Thank you so much Rani! I wish I could shape flowers like you!
      Hugs, Marie

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  2. Gorgeous! You never let us down!

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    1. Awww - Thank you, my friend!
      Hugs, Marie

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    2. Awww - Thank you, my friend!
      Hugs, Marie

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    1. Thank you so much, Karin!!! Have a wonderful day!
      Hugs, Marie

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  4. Wow Marie, this is drop dead gorgeous. Loving the vibrancy of this beauty. Fabulously composed with so much details. Simply an elegant card

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    1. Thank you Berni! I love the color combo. You are so kind and I appreciate your comment so much! Thank you for stopping by! Hugs, Marie

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  5. love the quilling, beautiful flowers too

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    1. Thank you Karan! I love to quill. Now that I am retired, I hope to quill an entire card LOL Hugs, marie

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  6. Mmm-mm-mm so luscious...a fantastically beautiful floral card. I just love all the 'Marie ' artistic touches. You make me aspire to take more time to make really special cards. Yours are masterpieces.

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    1. Thank you so much, Lynn! Your kind comment means a lot to me! Have a good day and thank you for stopping by! :D Hugs! Marie

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  7. This is such a beautiful card Marie. Your flowers are wonderful and I love the swirls you added xx

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    1. Thank you! I love this color too! :D Thank you for stopping by!
      Hugs, Marie

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  8. Oh, my!! This is such a beautiful card with all the purple!! I love it!! Gorgeous card!
    Hugs!
    Darcy

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