New Carnation Flowers

Hi everyone welcome back to another Wednesday inspiration with Heartfelt Creations.!!  Today we are introducing another gorgeous line full of amazing new products…”Camelia Carnation”
 I created this card using this amazing foldout card and created these gorgeous carnation flowers to bring it to life!!
 Full instructions listed below
HC PRODUCTS USED                 
ITEM NUMBER
NAME: Camelia’s Wish
HCD1-7164
Small Camelia Carnation Die
HCPC-3806
Small Camelia Carnation Cling Stamp Set
HCDP1-285
Camelia Carnation Paper Collection
HCFB1-464
3D Floral Basics Shaping Mold
HCST1-401
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
HCPP2-451
White Cardstock
HCDP1-274
Wildwood Cottage
HCD1-754
Eyelet Circles Basic
HCCF1-443-3
Foldout Card Kraft
HCDA2-450
Stack & Store Daubers
TSMP900
Memento Dye Ink Pad Black
173842
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board
159723
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
352854
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles
31510
Funnel Tray
Other
Products:
Hot Glue Gun, Scrapiniec Border,
Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Dried Marigold,
Peeled Paint
For more
tips on creating with the border dies & foldout cards,
watch the tutorial at 
https://youtu.be/wxX94X84kUo
Instructions:
Cover your card using paper from
Camelia Carnation collection. Alter each panel with different sheets.
Cut your eyelet circle die in
the small using the eyelet die for the 1st layer.  Then use the second die for your patterned
paper to lay on top of the kraft paper.
To create the flowers take the Ccamelia
carnation flowers and diecut a total of 12.
Three for each carnation bloom.
Stamp using the dried marigold distress ink once done in the edges for
a bolder look.  Now use your basic
flower mold to mold each of the petals.
Once done adhere to one another in a staggered layer.  Then pierce the centers using the stamen
(orange) for the centers with hot glue.  
Fussy cut your fair from the
Wildwood Cottage collection and place her on the card front as if she is
picking the carnation petal.
 

 

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