Monday, February 20, 2012

Heartfelt Creations Golden Cross

 Hello Friends.  Today I am here to show you another Heartfelt Creations Card and it isn't Wednesday yet!  This is a card made with the new Cross and Lillies set at Heartfelt Creations.
 Here is a list of the products I used.  Please be sure to visit the Heartfelt Creations Blog to see the full details on how I made this card.

HCPC 3450 Cross and Lillies PreCut Set
HCD 719 Cross and Lilies Die
HCD 702 Decorative Butterfly-Border Die

Product ID: 472168 Labels 20 Mega Nestabilities
Product ID: 426317 Martha Stewart Double Loops Punch Around the Page

Other: Cuttlebug embossing folder of choice, Ribbon, Stickles, Gold, Green, and White Cardstock, Vintage Photo Distress Ink.


I do have a confession to make.  This is what I used for the gold portions of this card.  My husband was going to throw this in the trash and I rescued it.  How pretty it is-to lovely to throw away.  I even have enough left to probably to one more card with.

 Here is a close up of how I colored and layered my lillies.  Thanks for stopping by today.  I enjoyed having you here. 

8 comments:

Anneke klerks said...

very beautyful card

hugs anneke

KarinsArtScrap said...

wow this very beautiful carol.

greetings karin

Marisa said...

Way to up cycle!! Gorgeous use of punches and layers. Fabulous card as always :)

Nan G said...

Nice score with the 'almost' trash gold box! It made a gorgeous card!

Becky said...

This is stunning!

JD said...

Very pretty, I have done that too, with some gold packaging...like you said, too pretty not to use it...

Benzi said...

Beautiful, Carol. The cross and lilies are just awesome. And, the gold is perfect. Doesn't hubby know yet not to throw anything away without checking with you first? LOL

Colleen Dietrich said...

Hope your hubby understood when you rescued that carton from the trash! Mine will sometimes save things for me, and sometimes he just rolls his eyes if I dig stuff out of the trash. ;o)

I spy lots of gorgeous punchez and die kutz on here, Carol: it's so beautiful!