Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Christmas Gate And Skates

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Happy Wednesday friends...
I am back again with the weekly inspiration for Heartfelt Creations. My today's project is a tag and pocket card with Celebrate the Season Collection. 

Here are the detailed pictures.


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Hope you are able to see all dimensional layers....

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love that snow effect that I created with various glitters.

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Beautiful layering with die-cuts...

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All tags out...

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Products from Heartfelt Creations:

Other products used;
Smooth white cardstock, ribbon, Glittered heat embossing powder, Tim Holtz's distressing tool, paper trimmer, snow paste.

The very top panel of the card measures 5' X 6'. Cut 5 strips of 1' X 6" from the designer paper collection. Distress all the four sides of the stripes with Tim Holtz's Distressing tool. Add glitters and snow paste randomly to the strips. Layer all the stripes on 5'X 6' white cardstock. Add few more layers with designer paper and white cardstock each measuring 1/4 th of an inch extra keeping one side open as a pocket from the right. The end card measures 6' X 7 '. Cut gate embellishment from the designer paper and layer it on the top panel leaving keeping open from the top to fit extra tags. Layer the wreath embellishment on a die cut out from classic circle die. Assemble all the rest embellishments as shown and decorate the card with snow paste and glitters. Tags are decorated using glittered Ariana Lace die and border from Border essentials die. Finish the card by adding a sentiment.


  1. hi, so many details...where do I start...lol. hugs

  2. I agree...so much attention to detail! I love all those gorgeous layers!

  3. Eye popping, jaw dropping gorgeous!!!!!

  4. This is gorgeous...love it!
    Xx Ellen

  5. Beautiful card, love all the layers and texture.

  6. BEAUTIFUL! I love how you combined the various stamps and die!
    Hugs, Marie


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