Happy Heartfelt Wednesday everyone! My Tea Party Place Card showcases the latest release from Heartfelt Creations, “Birds and Blooms Collection“! After making a simple open top box I used papers, stamps and dies, from the collection, to decorate the box. To fill the box I used the beautiful tags included in the paper collection. This is a fun and easy place card to make for any party or function!
Tea Party Place Card and Tag Holder
Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC:
HCDP1250 Birds and Blooms Paper Collection
HCPC 3644 Birds and Blooms PreCut Set
HCD 756 Birds and Blooms Die Set
HCD1-745 Luggage and Tags Die
Spellbinders Grand Calibur
McGill Paper Blossoms Tool Kit
Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
159723 Art Glitter Glue Clear
Other Products Used: Neenah paper, Copic Markers E31 E33 E37 YG06 YG09 R20 R22, Distress Ink (Bundled Sage & Victorian Velvet), Memento Ink, VersaMark ink, Ranger Silver Embossing Powder, Foam pop ups, ribbon, bias tape and homemade name tag.
Project Instructions: Using Birds and Blooms Paper Collection cut a piece of paper at 4” x 8”, score and cut as shown here in my tutorials tab. Apply glue or tape as shown on template and fold into a box. Sponge edges of box with Shabby Shutters Distress ink. Cut a coordinating piece of paper, from the Birds and Blooms Paper Collection, at 2 3/4” x 3 1/2”; sponge edges with Victorian Velvet Distress ink and adhere to front of box. Stamp bird and leaves from the Birds and Blooms PreCut Set, using VersaMark ink and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Stamp flower with Memento ink; cut out all images using coordinating dies. Color with Copic markers. Wrap box with seam binding and tie into a simple bow. Add leaves and flower with glue; attach bird with foam pop ups. Cut tags from the Birds and Blooms Paper Collection with the coordinating die from the Luggage and Tags Die Set. Attach ribbon to tags, put into box and add name to box.
The Heartfelt Design Team has some amazing designs using this beautiful collection! Not only will you be inspired but you can pick up some great ideas and techniques!
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