Good morning all…

We, at Heartfelt Creation are today debuting a new fresh release called Blushing Rose Collection. This amazing collection is so matches and coordinates with September Classic Rose Collection.

Imagine a pristinely decorated, old fashioned parlor filled with charming antiques, vintage wallpaper and the finest assembling of handsome rose patterned china offering up delectable treats and deliciously fragrant tea! Amidst the refreshments, and scattered throughout the quarters you are drawn to lavish rose bouquets in every color imaginable, plucked from the pristine rose garden just outside the elegantly draped garden doors. As you glance around it is clear that this exquisite sitting room has been adorned for a very special occasion! Heartfelt Creations invites you to sit, relax and indulge as they unveil the new Blushing Rose Collection! Soft in hues and striking in patterns, this newest rose themed release will have you reminiscing of old fine bone china, lace tablecloths, and elegantly wallpapered sitting rooms. Delicate images of swirling roses, fluttering butterflies and vintage scripted postcards nestled among old fashioned wallpaper like stripes, beautiful brocades and decorative lace accents have been gently set against calming tones of pale yellows, mixed blends of greenish blues, and soft lilacs. The delicate, illustrations of rose clusters and single stemmed roses found within the cling stamp sets will bring back memories of the ravishing patterns on Grandma’s finest tableware that were kept behind glass and only made an appearance for the grandest of occasions. Paired together with the coordinating stamps, the ornate dies in this collection will allow you to create enamoring rose motif die cuts perfect for all of your paper crafting needs. A large focal background stamp, along with a full assembling of all occasion sentiments are the perfect window dressings to complete your soft and romantic vintage style rose themed creations. We invite you to enjoy the finest in paper crafting as we present the Blushing Rose Collection!

Here is my first take on this collection. Today I am sharing a card created with its background stamp.

Products from Heartfelt Creation:

HCD1-7113 Blushing Rose Stem Die
HCPC-3755 Blushing Rose Stem Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3757 Blushing Rose Background Cling Stamp Set
Timeless Amour Cut n Emboss Die

Other Products Used: Distress inks Gathered Twigs, Peacock Feather, White Heat Embossing Powder, Vintage Photo, Smooth white cardstock, Blending tool and Blending Foam,Seam binding ribbon, chipboard from Creative Embellishments, stickles and glitters, Glittered gold heat embossing powder.

Instructions: The ready card measures 6 1/2″ by 8 ” and is side fold card. All the layers are 1/4′ smaller than each other and layered using foam tapes. For the front panel, take smooth white card stock measuring 5 3/4″ by 7 3/4″. On the right side of the panel stamp the background stamp using Versa mark and sprinkle white heat embossing powder. Start distressing the panel using Peacock Feather and Gathered Twigs, Highlight a little more with Vintage Photo. Stamp randomly with Vintage Photo on the left side of the background with Classic Rose leaf vines. Once you are satisfied with the background tear it from the centre as shown and layer both layers little overlapping each other. The rose stems are first stamped with Memento black and then painted using Chameleon pens, YL2, OR4, YG3.  I m so addicted to flicking strokes so tried the same with my Chameleon pens. I tried creating layers of orange on tones of yellows. The images are then cut using its co ordinating die. The hearts are cut with Timeless Amour die and then distressed using the Vintage photo. Seam binding ribbon is distressed using Peacock Feather and Gathered Twigs. The Beautiful wooden chipboard from Creative Embellishments and heat embossed using glittered heat embossing powder. Assemble all the elements together as shown using double sided foam tape.











Author Rajni Chawla

I'm just another crafter who's passionately curious about her work. :-)

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