Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Heartfelt Creations - Cascading Fuchsia Card

Hello Friends,
Heartfelt Creations invites you to join us for a stroll through a quaint cottage garden where your cares will melt away and your creative energy will be refreshed and renewed.  The Cascading Fuchsia Collection of stamps, dies and papers is bursting with lush greenery and exquisite beauty.  Here, you'll find pendant shaped clusters of show-stopping pink, purple and magenta blossoms that are also called "Angel's Earrings."  Graceful vines, lacy patterns, flitting butterflies, shady bowers and delicate latticework come together and form this restful haven.  It's a celebration of the simple things that fill this moment in time with wonder and spontaneous joy.  Cascading Fuchsia: It's a flawless garden of peerless delight and a creative sanctuary for the artist in you.

I had so much fun making this card. The Fuchsia flowers are so easy to make. You can watch a video on how to create the Cascading Fuchsia flowers HERE.















Celebrating You Card

Products Used:


Other Products:

Neenah Papers Solar White Cardstock, Burgundy Cardstock, Ranger Distress Ink Mini Pads ( Seedless Preserves, Spun Sugar, Peeled Paint),  Spellbinders Grand Calibur and Heirloom Legacy Die, Oval Pearls, Floral Wire, Foam Squares.

Project Instructions:

Create a 5” x 7” card base with burgundy cardstock, crease and fold front of the card at 2 ½” to make an easel card. Cut a  5” x 7” piece of burgundy cardstock and adhere to lower half of the front card base.  Die cut oval using  Heirloom Legacy oval die.  Cover card front and inside of card with Cascading Fuchsia Paper Collection. Die cut Heirloom Legacy frame with white cardstock and adhere to card front.
Stamp Open Leaf and Classic Leaf onto white cardstock using green ink pad, color with green distress ink pad, shape with shaping kit and adhere to oval frame as shown.
Stamp Cascading Fuchsia stamps onto white cardstock using Berrylicious chalk ink pad. Die cut with coordinating Cascading Fuchsia Die. Color flowers with distress inks and then shape with Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Roll stamen adding some glue. Attach floral wire to the base of stamen, layer petals  using  wire to hold them together  and then finish with an oval pearl. Attach flowers to leaves with hot glue.
Cut sentiment from paper collection to 6” x 2”, distress edges and adhere to inside of card using foam squares. Add flower and leaves to right corner.
Embellish card with pink pearls.



Be sure to visit Heartfelt Creations Blog for more Inspiration.


Thanks for visiting! Hugs!

Marisa




26 comments:

  1. Marisa this is just amazing! I love how you can see all the way through your card past the hanging vines! The fuchsias are stunning!

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  2. Wow! Oh! Wow! Marisa, your card is stunning, love those beautiful flowers. Everything is just amazing.
    Do I need them .. no!! but I will want them. Better go get my order in.
    Have a wonderful day
    Patricia x

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  3. Hi Marisa, this card is so beautiful. Love the hanging fuchsias. xox

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  4. what a gorgeous card, love your fuschias and how you put this together, looks like a view out of my window.

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  5. Marisa, I just saw the whole collection and it is breathtaking! Your card is exquisite, with the Fuchsia coming down from the top, I love the design of your card with the flowers cascading, beautiful work on the flowers, I can't say enough, WOWOWOWOW!!!! Hugs and God Bless,
    Gretchen

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  6. Absolutely breath-taking. You have the magic touch when it comes time to creating cards with flowers. You're the queen of flower-making in my books.

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  7. This card is gorgeous Marisa! I love the dimensional way you have displayed your fuchsias and the stem for them with the attached bead is ingenious! Hugs

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  8. these little flowers always are so beautiful in the garden and on your gorgeous display. I love your creation. thanks for sharing.

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  9. Stunning work, Marissa. I think that your coloring and shading of the flower die cuts is what makes it all look so real. What an inviting card! So pretty!

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  10. Hi Marisa
    I love making fuchsias but the colouring you have done on these is spectacular. Beautiful design of card as well.
    Love it!
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  11. This card is so beautiful!!

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  12. Another beautiful creation with flowers!
    Always a delight to view your blog Marisa,
    XxxRuth

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  13. Queste campanelle sono bellissime mia cara Marisa...un vero capolavoro...un abbraccio Ada

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  14. What a beautifully designed card! I love the way the fuchsias are suspended from the aperture, and the inside of the card is as lovely as the outside. Outstanding, my friend!

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  15. This card is amazingly beautiful, Marisa. I'd be afraid to post it, though. It would be a shame for all of your hard work to get squished. The fuchsias look so difficult to create.

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  16. Marisa, this card is just beyond amazing! I love how the flowers just hang in the beautiful opening in the card! Fantastic design!
    Hugs,
    Tracey

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  17. Wow this is stunning !!! Love how you made this! Hugs

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  18. What a stunning card Marisa! I just love your flowers and how they hang in the opening! Blessings! Kathy

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  19. wow! This is absolutely stunning!

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  20. This is stunning and the fuchsias are so realistic - I didn't realise the aperture was on both sides of the card until I zoomed in - how different - love it xx GailT xx

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  21. Marisa, I almost fell off my chair when I saw your incredible card. Beyond beautiful. A true work of art. Thank you for you directions, but I was wondering, for the oval opening are you cutting the oval once? Thru several layers of card stock? I'm sorry if I'm missing something, but I wanted to be sure. Thanks for sharing your artistry!

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  22. Hi Karen! Thanks for your sweet comment! The ovals were die cut one at a time, make sure you mark with a pencil first so the ovals line up.

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  23. WOW. I can't find the right words for this cute card. It warms my heart. Such a great card with my favourite flower. Big hug from Germany :-)

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