Wednesday, October 26

exciting news & heartfelt creations

hello, lovely friends!

today, i've got a very EXCITING news to share with you - i've been invited to join the design team of HEARTFELT CREATIONS! YAY! i'm very very HAPPY and HONOURED to be part of such 
AMAZING design team!

i've created the "winter wishes" altered frame, using HEARTFELT CREATIONS stamps and cutting die: 


i begun with covering a white frame with gesso. i stamped the brown branch from the classic bella rose pre cut set directly on the dried frame.

the swirl with leaves die cut is made with the bella rose die.


i cut a 13 x 18 cm piece of white card stock and use the swirl as a mask. i sprayed it with silver glimmer mist and outlined the leaves with "diamonds" glitter glue. the image is from the newest TILDA card set "winterbird".


i stamped a few roses from the classic bella rose precut set and the vase with roses from the bell rose vase precut set on a white cardstock and colour them with my FAVOURITE copic ciao markers {RV10, G21, B00 and B12}. i cut them using my very HELPFUL cuttlebug and the bella rose die. I sprayed the die cuts with marshmallow glimmer mist and let them dry.

i cut the swirl die cut in two and layered the roses on it.



added the rhinestones and my altered frame was complete.

i used the following heartfelt products to create this project:
HCPC 3394 Classic Bella Rose PreCut Set
HCPC 3395 Bella Rose Vase PreCut Set
HCD 712 Bella Rose Die


hugs 'n smiles,
Emmy

4 comments:

Lisa Lynne said...

Congratulations! And welcome to the team; I'm looking forward to working with you and getting to know you during the next 6 months.

Joelle said...

Congrats and welcome to the team! I can't wait to get to see more of your work!!

Amarilys said...

Congrats! I'm looking forward to getting to know you and working with you for the next 6 months!
~Amarilys

thestampingbug said...

COngrats on joining the HC Design team! I look forward to working with you and learning all about your stampin' style!

Your HC stamping sister,
Kerry Urbatch