Monday, November 20, 2017

Snowflake Gift Boxes


Today I'm sharing two quick makes with you! Two gift boxes for Christmas. 
Wouldn't these also make gorgeous name place settings for your Christmas table?

They are both made in exactly the same way the only difference
is I added a handle to one and use velcro dots on the other to seal it shut!

To make this I used the following:



Saturday, November 18, 2017

Christmas Lantern Tutorial


I was LIVE on Heartfelt Creations today with EZ alternative ways
to use the Gift of Love Box Die! Here is one of them
and a step by step tutorial for you. Watch me LIVE HERE


Also see how I make these beautiful poinsettia flowers!

As soon as I saw this die I just knew I had to make a Christmas Lantern!
Here I show you how to make it with 4 sides, but check out my live
as I have a larger one that I made as well!

Directions:


Step 1: Using black card die cut four of the box sides.


Step 2: Die cut the centre piece on all four sides and then fold along all
of the score lines and adhere the sides together. 
TIP: Glue the square part first and then the top pieces, it goes together easily.


Step 3: Adhere the base together.


Step 4: Using 3D silver stamp paint apply to the box to create
a metallic look. Apply from the left to right along each section using 
a motion sweeping across the box. Cut a strip of card 7 1/2" x 3/4" and
use the stamp paint on this also. This is the handle.
Using brads and a hole punch attach the handle to the box.


Step 5: Using Dries White glue and Frosting Powder create a snowy effect
over the box and handle and leave to dry.


Step 6: Decorate with the Sparkling Poinsettia flowers and add
a battery candle inside.

Happy Crafting everyone! 

To make the lantern I used the following:

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Poinsettia Tag Gift Box


Thought I'd share a tag gift box I made! It really is so quick and EZ to make.
It's perfect for giving that small precious gift for Christmas but is so versatile
you can use it for any occasion, just change up the flowers for decoration!
I just wanted to give you the heads up that the stamps and dies
to make this are only available until Dec 2nd so don't miss out! 


I have a few people I am giving money to this Christmas and
this tag box is just perfect for this!
Lol I might even hide in on our tree too!

Have lots of crafty fun.

To make this I used the following:


Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Just For You Gift Box


It's new release day here at Heartfelt Creations! 
Make sure you take a look at the blog HERE as we debut the Heartfelt Love collection


I had fun making a gift box with this collection!
So quick and EZ to make!


The flowers I used are the Botanical Rose.
I just love making them in blue! I know I often use pink
so it's a little different for me! 

I am going to be working with this die for a Facebook live on the 18th November.
I have some fun alternative ways for projects so don't miss it!

Have great fun crafting!


Thursday, November 02, 2017

Merry Christmas


Create fun effects on your projects by placing the diecut back inside the cut piece of card!
Use clear card behind this and it would have looked like a laser cut!


Sorry I've been quiet I have been on a training course in Latvia!
Wow it was amazing, I was blessed to be able to spend time with
some amazing people and to see some amazing places!
Anyways thought I'd better do a post now I'm back lol!

Have fun making your Christmas cards, I still have a few to do!





Monday, October 23, 2017

Snowflake Christmas Decoration


A very quick and EZ Christmas decoration!
It would be fun to make these with the little ones!

To make this I cut 4 of the Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Die
out of white card. Glue two together and then the other two together
so that you now have two snowflakes. Adhere Crystal Clear Powder
over the front of the snowflakes.

Adhere white ribbon to the back of one of the snowflakes and
then adhere the other snowflake over it so you now have your decoration.

To make the flowers see the tutorial HERE.
Adhere the flowers and sentiment to the front of the decoration.
On the back you could add a photo, the date or anything else!

Have lots of crafty fun! 


Saturday, October 21, 2017

Snowflake Shaker Card


As promised during my Facebook Live here is the tutorial
on hoe to make this fun snowflake shaker card!
If you missed the live you can watch it HERE.

I had such fun making different things with the Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag die set!
I will share some of the projects with you over the next few days!


So let's get started with this shaker card!


Step 1: Fold a piece of card so you have a 5" x 5" tent fold card and
using the outer snowflake die cut to make a card.
Make sure you cut inside the top of the flake for a folded edge.


Step 2: Fold the front of the card in half to make the base of an easel card.
Die cut a single piece using the outer die also.


Step 3: Adhere the die cut to the folded piece of the easel card.
Die cut another from the Winter's Eve paper pad and adhere to the bottom
of the card. Also die cut a snowflake in white card using the inner die and adhere
to the base also.


Step 4: To make the front of the shaker card die cut the following:
1 x Snowflake in paper from the paper pad.
1 x Outer die using clear card.
1 x Frame using both dies together.


Step 5: Adhere the frame onto the acetate using dries clear glue
and a fine metal tip. Make sure not to get glue over the acetate.


Step 6: Snip the snowflake apart and adhere into the frame on your acetate.


Step 7: Adhere 3D foam pads around the edge of the front of the shaker. Make
it a double layer to give extra depth for your bits to shake well.
Cut the outer die using the papers for the paper pad so you have a scene
at the back of your shaker.


Step 8: Adhere the back to the acetate leaving a small section open
and add your bits to shake! I used prills and sequins in mine.
Adhere this to the easel card.


Step 9: Adhere flowers and a sentiment and you card is ready!
Have fun making some of these!

To make the flowers see this tutorial HERE

To make this project I used the following: