Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Heartfelt Creations - Country Christmas

Hi and welcome!

It's hot outside but today I have a card to cool you down. 
There's nothing like Christmas in the Country. 

Heartfelt Creations Products: 

Other Products: Memento London Fog Ink, Stampin’ Up Seaside Spray Cardstock, Watercolor Paper, Glue Gun, Dimension Dots, Dimensional Tape, Marvy Snow Marker, White Cardstock, Shimmer Spritz – Sparkle, Stampin’ Up Real Red Ink Pad, Wink of Stella – Clear  

For more tips on creating with the Snowy Pines Collection watch the tutorial at

Instructions: Card size is 6 x 6”. Score and fold 12 x 6” white cardstock at 6” on the long side to create top fold card base. Trim 6 x 6” green panel from Snowy Pines Paper Collection sheet 9A to 5 3/4 x 5 3/4” and ink the edges with Archival Olive ink. Cut red designer paper, sheet 11B, to 5 1/2 x 5 1/2” and ink the edges with Real Red ink. Adhere the two together with dries clear adhesive and adhere to card base using dimensional tape. Cut red designer paper from sheet 11B to 5 7/8 x 5 7/8”, ink the edges with Real Red ink and adhere to inside of card. Cut ‘Believe in the magic of Christmas’ panel from sheet 4A, ink the edges with Archival Olive ink, adhere to a white mat layer cut to 3 1/2 x 4 1/2” and adhere to the inside of the card.

Stamp the image from the Snowy Pines Cabin Cling Stamp Set on watercolor paper using Memento London Fog ink 2x. Color only the outside image using zig markers, Mid green, Mid Brown, Gray and Orange markers. Diecut using the outside and inside dies from the Snowy Pines Cabin Die. Spray with Shimmer Spritz – Sparkle. Color the cabin, trees, birds, fence and mailbox on the second image using Zig markers Mid Brown, Mid Green, Carmine Red and Gray. Brush images with Wink of Stella – Clear. Diecut using the outer Snowy Pines Cabin die and the landscape die from the same set. Diecut the outer die again from Seaside Spray cardstock. Lightly sponge the Seaside Spray diecut with ColorBox Frost White ink.  

Add snow to the cabin images and the blue background diecut using the Marvy Snow Marker, sprinkle with Rajni Chawla’s frosting powder and heat set using the Heat It Craft Tool. Add dimensionals to the backs of the cabins and trees then adhere all the layers together using dries clear adhesive. Adhere to the card front using dimensional tape.

Cut the ‘Merry Christmas’ from the paper collection sheet 4A, ink the edges with Archival Olive ink, back with white cardstock cut to the same size and adhere to the top center of the card front using dimensional foam tape.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Please be sure to visit the
Heartfelt Creations Blog to see all of the gorgeous projects 
created by the fabulous Design Team.

Till we meet again, stay safe and be well!

Craft Hugs, 🤗🤗🤗


Glenda said...

Your card makes me want to put on my boots and take a snowy walk!

Patricia Manhire said...

This card is just gorgeous and your colouring is just lovely!

Monia - Monika Jakubowska said...

So beautiful card, I love this snowy view :)