Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Eveyday Hero Mirror to Match the Card!

Hi All,

Here's Part II of the card I made from last week's post.  It's a mirror that I made using a clear acrylic photo frame -- the kind you get at your Dollar Store or HL that are meant for photos but we crafty types use them for post-it note holders, little calendar stands, (and mirrors!) etc.!

To create the mirror, I inserted my paper in the frame, attached a round mirror (purchased from Hobby Lobby in a package of 6), and created a frame for the little mirror piece with HC stamps and die from the Everyday Heroes collection.

I added the flowers in the corner to match the ones on my card. You can find my step by step instructions on the Heartfelt Creations Blog today!

HC Products used on this project:
HCD1-758 Botanical Wings Die
HCPC-3651 Botanical Rose Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-761 Everyday Heroes Die
HCPC-3666 Everyday Hero Cling Stamps
HCDP1-253 Everyday Hero Paper Collection

There's lots more projects and inspiration (and a new video from Emma Lou!) to be found on the HC blog today!  You'll be amazed at the DT's creations!!  I'm always in awe of their work, it's such an honor to be on the same team, all these months later and I still can't believe it!!

Thank you all so much for stopping by, I'm so glad you came!


Marisa Job said...

Lovely card!! Hugs!

Tracey Fehr said...

Super cool project, Anne! You are soooo creative! Gorgeous flowers, and I love that it matches the card from last week!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

So clever, so beautiful and unique, too. I love those flowers...the gold ink makes them feel like jewelry!

Karan Gerber said...

that gold embossing sure shows off those flowers and leaves Anne.

Penny Odell said...

Beautiful Anne!!! I love those gold flowers, they are stunning. Awesome idea for the mirror.

Lizzie said...

Gorgeous! Hugs xx

SussiPoppins said...

Hi Anne...what can I say. Last week was good...but this one.....Love the cut out and the flowers to the side. A card after my own heart. ...still laughing through life....xoxox

Julia Aston said...

Wow - what a clever design Anne! love the colors and that gorgeous die cut frame!