Hi everyone! Welcome back for Heartfelt Creations Wednesday inspiration. This is one of my most favorite fancy folds. I call it a 3 Block Popout Card. It really has the lovely wow factor when you open it! I loved pairing this with the Botanic Orchid Collection… it was a match made in heaven 🙂
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Welcome to new release day at Heartfelt Creations! Today we are debuting the Botanic Orchid Collection! You are sure to love it!
Showy, elegant and graceful, the divine orchid flower is one that is most certainly recognizable for its unique shape and known for taking center stage all on its own! Heartfelt Creations presents to you their newest collection…The Botanic Orchid. Overflowing with stunning floral images enveloped in soothing moss like greens, soft sky blues, creamy whites and flowery pinks, alongside rich burgundies and vibrant teals this collection is sure to appeal to any flower enthusiast. Intricate illustrations and die cuts of orchid blossoms and bouquets, accompanied by delightful hummingbirds and scripted sentiments will have you creating your very own botanical experience with hand shaped orchid flowers bringing a realistic touch to all of your paper creations! Preprinted sentiments along with those in the stamp collection are ideal for covering a wide range of occasions including weddings, friendship, sickness, encouragement and sympathies. As one of the oldest flower species in the world, this unusual blossom native to rainforests and jungles has also taken on beautiful meanings relating to each specific orchid color including innocence, grace, joy, respect, admiration, health, happiness and passion, making this the perfect flower to convey a silent but special message for friends and loved ones on any paper creation!
Hi everyone! Thanks so much for popping by today. I really don’t tend to do many CAS cards but felt like giving them a try for you today. To add a little bit of detail I created my own embossing templates! I did this by die cutting each die cut 4 times and gluing 2 layers together for a double layer. You will have to experiment with this depending on your machine and thickness of the cardstock. This is what worked the best for me!