"We do not remember days, we remember moments." Cesare Pavese

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Sharing Some Heartfelt Creations

A quick post of a Heartfelt Creations design team project I made.  You can see all the amazing projects made by my fellow Heartfelt Creations design team members here.   And let me just say, I am on a team with some crazy talented ladies!   Be prepared to be amazed!

For my card I used the following Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies:  HCPC 3348 Cardinal Pine Cone Border; HCPC 3353 Cardinal Family; HCPC 3349 Cardinal Holiday Mailbox & HCD 706 Cardinal Family dies.  I colored all the cardinals with Copic marker R29 and then added more color and depth with Crimson Lake Prisma pencil and the blender pencil.   The cardinals were diecut using the Cardinal Family dies and popped up on the main image.  The pine needles and pine cones were colored with Prisma pencils and then I added some glitter.

Thanks for taking a peek.... please check out the Heartfelt Creations blog, you won't be sorry!

Supplies:  Cardstock:  PTI Vintage Cream, Stampin Up! Garden Green & Cherry Cobler; Ink:  Memento Rich Cocoa; Stamps:  Heartfelt Creations; Glitter: Art Glitter; Cuttlebug


Lin said...

Beautiful, Rosemary! Makes a fantastic Christmas card!

Barb said...

Rosie, I just had to click on the photo of your card to see it up close! LOVE your beautiful birds and all the pretty sparkle! What a lovely card! :)

Nicky Hsu said...

Rosemary, I am so feel the Christmas from you card. Totally put me in the holiday mood. Great job!!

Nat said...

Hi Rosemary, love this traditional Christmas design, just beautiful!!

Elise said...

SO pretty, sweet Rose! You've got me humming Christmas carols and I haven't EVEN decorated for Halloween! {Doh! I KNOW! Linda would give me a spanking for that!} hee hee This card is stunning! I agree with Nat, this has a real traditional Christmas feel with some SUPER crafty edge! LOVE it!

HappyCrafter said...

Such a warm and cozy xmas card :-) really like what you did with the punches on the edges. Have a great weekend!