Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Heartfelt Creations Inspiration Wednesday

Hi bloggers. Time for some Heartfelt Creations Christmas inspiration in July. I have a decorative project today. I saw a tutorial a while back and thought I would give it a try. I like it! It's just a little something to stand on a corner table, sit behind a low centerpiece or candle, just something pretty to look at. This piece showcases the Sparkling Poinsettia Paper Collection and how versatile it can be. I've added some filigree from the Timeless Amour die and used the Sparkling Poinsettia Stamp and matching Die to add 3-D flowers to my little screen.
To find the complete instructions for this project and tons more Christmas inspiration to get your juices flowing for a jump start on those Christmas cards and projects, visit the HC Blog!
Thanks for joining me today and come back soon.
Hugs, Maureen  


  1. This is really special, Maureen! I love the triptych effect, and the wonderful way you used those dies. And the poinsettias are just beautiful! Hugs!

  2. Maureen, this is just beautiful. Love that vibrant red.

  3. Maureen, this would look stunning sitting on a mantle or corner shelf! I love how you've used the die cuts and your poinsettias are spectacular! A wonderful way to display and remind people about the real Reason for the Season!

  4. Another amazing project Maureen! Just love your screen; I hope you made two so you can enjoy your design during Christmas. Great colors, design and how you used the dies! Hugs

  5. Such a fun and creative project, I love the idea and think I may have to case you!! This is such a great display for the holidays! Beautifully done Maureen!

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