Good Morning friends….

I think I m in love with Vllum Flowers. Past few months have been great fun creating these stunningly beautiful and delicate flowers. Flowers and butterflies go so well together with all HeartfeltCreations Collections. Thiss is my second share for today’s inspiration using HC Frame A Card Dies.

Supplies from Heartfelt Creations:

HCDP1-289 Butterfly Dreams Paper Collection
HCD1-7178 Fluttering Butterfly Die
HCPC-3824 Fluttering Butterfly Cling Stamp Set
HCD2-7191 Intricate Swirl Frames Die
HCD1-7170 Lush Lilac Die
HCPC-3816 Lush Lilac Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3817 Lush Lilac & Umbrella Spray Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7171 Lush Lilac & Umbrella Spray Die
HCST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
HCD1-7110 Classic Rose Die
HCPC-3752 Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-760 Delightful Daisy Die
HCPC-3656 Delightful Daisies Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7161 Sweetheart Borders Die
RACP482 Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Olive
RACP475 Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Library Green
RACP468 Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Jet Black
RACP436 Ranger Archival Ink Pad – Leaf Green
HCS1-459-4 Rock Candy Stamens-Small
RAHT Heat It Craft Tool
HCDA2-450 Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30

Other Products Used: Smooth white cardstock, Oxides Peacock Feather, Fossilized Amber, Seedless Preserves, Raspberry Pink. Aleen’s Fast Grab Glue, Zig Markers.

Videos Referred: For more tips on creating with the Frame a Card Leafy Borders, watch the tutorial at
For more tips on creating with the Butterfly Dreams collection, watch the tutorial at
For more tips on creating with the Lush Lilac collection, watch the tutorial at

Instructions: The ready side fold card measures 5 3/4″ by 7 3/4″. Cut a frame using white cardstock from HCD2-7191 Intricate Swirl Frames Die and layer it on the paper from the paper collection, having Lush lilacs. Distress all the sides of the pattern paper and add a sweetheart lace behind the torn edge for extra interest.

For the flower, Stamp the image from Delightful Daisy Stamp Set with Clear Versamark Ink, twice on Vellum, sprinkle white heat embossing powder and dust extra. Heat set them using a heat gun and cut the flowers using it’s coordinating Die. Color all the flower petals using Peacock Feather Oxide ink from the front., let the color sit for a while and then wipe off the excess color with dry tissue paper. Shape all the petals by rolling the petals on the needle tool or golf tool or any back of the paint brush. Glue the petals using Aleen’s Fast Grab Glue and form one large, one medium and one small flower. Prick the center using pricking tool, and needle few rock candy stamens and set them using hot glue.

For Butterfly, white heat set three butterfly images on vellum and cut 2 layers as shown. Color the butterflies using Peacock Feather and Fossilized Amber oxide inks. Shape the top 2 layers and glue all the layers together. Add some Swarovski for extra interest. Heat the ready butterfly with a heat gun and without wasting time sprinkle Twinkling Spark Glitter. Dust extras and heat set it again. It will make glitter stick to the details of the butterfly.

For Leaves, Stan\mp the images of leaves from Classic Rose stamp, cut them using its coordinating die and paint them using Leaf Green and Olive Green Archival Inks. Shape them using Deluxe flower shaping tool and add Crystal Clear using an adhesive that dries clear.

For Lilacs, Images are stamped with Versamark on vellum and white heat set. Cut the images with its coordinating die. Color the flowers using Raspberry Pink and Seedless Preserves. Shape the flowers using needle tool and add prills to the centers.

Also, stamp the image from Lush Lilac & Umbrella Spray Cling Stamp Set with black and cut it with it’s coordinating die. Color the image with Zif Clean Clear Markers and cut it into the half. While arranging a bouquet, cut the image into 2 halves and place it on either side of the Daisies.

Once all the elements are ready, assemble the card as shown. Add the fussy cut sentiment and finish the card.

Author Rajni Chawla

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