Easy Paper Peonies

March 29, 2018 Leave a comment
Hi crafters! welcome back to another Wednesday inspiration with Heartfelt Creations using the new Sweet Peony collection!
Each flower has a total of 4 peonies per cluster and I added some frosting powder to the edges which really gives these flowers an elegant look.

 

 

HC PRODUCTS USED                              
ITEM NUMBER
NAME God’s Strength
HCD1-7173 Small Sweet Peony Die
HCD1-7174 Large Sweet Peony Die
HCPC-3819 Small Sweet Peony Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3820 Large Sweet Peony Cling Stamp Set
HCDP1-288 Sweet Peony Paper Collection
HCPP3-452 12 x 12 Cardstock Pack of
25 – White
PGM15016 Rajni’s Frosting Powder
HCPC-3814 Words of Encouragement
Stamp Set
HCPC-3766 Woodsy Treescape Stamp Set
HCD1-7122 Woodsy Landscape Die
HCD1-7161 Sweetheart Borders Die
HCS1-458-3 Bright Bead Stamens Yellow
HCS1-459-1 Assorted Pearl Stamens –
Medium White
D110305 Stamp Mat Pad
359848 Spellbinders Tool N’ One
31510 Funnel Tray
411231 5pc. Acrylic Block Set
159723 Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
352854 Metal Tip for Adhesive
Bottles
PIN6 Glue Tip Pins
TSMP900 Memento Ink Black
HCD1-7154 Eyelet Circle & Basics
Small
<p> <b>Other Products: </b>
Distress Ink: Peeled Paint, Misc Bead Berry – Green,
Kennedy Grace Sequins – Pearl, Pink, Westcott Scissors, Trimmer, Red
Versafine Ink, Piercing Tool, Glue Gun
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</p><p> <b>Instructions:
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Score
a white piece of cardstock to 5×7 then
 take one of the
sheets of patterned paper from the Sweet Peony collection and cut to 4.75 x
6.75 and adhered to the white cardstock.
This will serve as the card front.
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Next take your sweetheart borders die and diecut using
a white piece of cardstock.  Adhere to
the cardfront along the right hand side of the card where the opening will
be.  Next take your piece of pink foam
and diecut the eyelet circle die.  Then
using the next die in the set diecut a piece of the sweet peony paper and
adhere to your pink foam eyelet diecut.
You will glue this to the left of the card front not overlapping the
sweetheart borders diecut.  Stamp the
sentiment using black memento ink.
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Now
make your peonies using the large and small sets.   Using red versafine ink. For the smaller
peonies you will diecut 6 and layer on top each other staggered.  . Pierce the centers and add 1 yellow
beaded stamen to the centers.   Adhere
on top of each other staggered
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For
the large peonies you will diecut 1 large and 2 smaller peonies Use your
piercing tool and pierce the centers and add your stamen bunch. (beaded,
pearl and yellow).  For the greenery
stamp using your peeled paint ink on the green sheet of sweet peony
paper.  Diecut and arrange among your
sweet peony flower clusters.
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Glue your sequins on the card as desired to complete
the look,

 

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Theme Week #17

Hi everyone!  I am back with another fun Stamp Annie Thing design and just a quick funny story to show you how brain dead I can be.  I literally just got the gist behind the name “Stamp Anything” “Stame Annie Thing” too cute I must admit Ann!!

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Anyhoo this cutie pie is “Lorelei” for

How to Play Along:
– Create a new project with a Birthday Theme.
-Share your creation at Our Facebook Group HERE by June 9, 2017
-Only one entry
-A Stamp of your choice will be awarded to the winner, if we have five or more entries.
Have a wonderful week!
Join us tomorrow for another Birthday Card Idea. 
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Sweet Card

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Watercolor & Copic Combo

March 31, 2017 Leave a comment

My latest card

Simply Monica

Hi crafters! Today I am here sharing my card for Theme Week with Stamp Annie Thing and it’s all about “watercolor” so I created a fun watercolor background in combo with my copic colored Felicity-Be Healthy!

  • I used Copics: E00, E000, E11, R56 for her face
  • Outfit: B21, B23, B24, B18, R17, R46, E30, E33
  • Hair: C5, C00, C7, C9, 100

For the fun background I used some distress inks in Sapphire, and Barn Door and added some splotches of gesso.  I didn’t add a sentiment because I wanted to keep the background more of the focal point so I popped on some red stars to bring everything together and I hope you like it!

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Inspirational Challenge Wk1

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This is our first Inspirational Challenge picture for the month of June.  Let’s see what amazing creations everyone comes up with

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>Congratulations – Becky Dunham

April 3, 2011 3 comments

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Congratulations to Becky Dunham – Flowers are coming your way…..
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April 1, 2011 30 comments

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Welcome to the “With the Rain Comes all Things Beautiful Hop”  
you are at “scraps2treasure.blogspot.com” and your next crafty stop is  Ms. Amanda @ scrapanddash.com I am sure she has something just way to cool for you.  
Should you get lost along the way just start back the beginning here.
 I am doing an overall blog candy and in order to be eligible you must become a follower and leave comments at all the stops.  I will use random.org to pick the lucky hopper…. Good Luck and I truly hope you have fun.  This is my first host so if I messed something up bear with me and just let me know I am learning.  LOL
This is all about spring or should I say bright colorful flowers.  I created a suitcase and altered a jar that can be used to store your scissors, rulers, pens or anything you would like.  Sometimes I actually use this as gift holders I just put the gift down inside the jar and they love it cause they can always use it for something else.

 Top of the suitcase…. watch for the matching luggage….

I wanted to share my flower heart wreath I made as well
Here is the complete list
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