Wednesday, 4 July 2018

I totally  love this Under the Sea Collection from
Heartfelt Creations

I made an MDF wall hanging with it, love the sentiment, it makes me giggle everytime I read it
This is what I did:
Select the paper from the pad and draw around the mdf heart, cut out the shape slightly smaller than your line and edge the paper with Night of Navy ink.

Stitch running stitch along the edge of the 1” ribbon and gather up, attach the ribbon to the edge of the heart using hot glue and add the paper heart on top of the ribbon using hot glue, ensure that you leave a hole in the paper for threading the hanging ribbon.

Pull the ½” ribbon through the hanging hole and tie with a bow for hanging.

Stamp the fish in night of navy ink and cover in clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat. Colour using the kuretake water colour pens and water brush, bend to shape and allow to dry.

Stamp the sentiment, onto co odinating paper from the pad, in night of navy ink  and heat emboss the using clear powder. Cut the sentiment to size and edge with ink, layer onto slightly larger navy card and position onto the heart with hot glue.
Stamp the coral onto the paper with the navy ink and die cut.
Die cut the fish and brush with diamond stickles, allow to dry. Position the fish using hot glue and the coral afterwards using wet glue.

You will need:- 
Sweet as Honey Paper pad
HCPC-3737 Under the Sea Coral stamp set
HCD1 -797 Under The Sea Coral die set
HCPC-3740 Heartfelt Wishes
HCPC-3739 Under the Sea stamp set
HCD1-799 Under the Sea die set

MDF heart
White card
Clear embossing powder
1” & ½” Co ordinating ribbon 
Night of Navy card and ink – Stampin Up!
Diamond Stickles
Kuretake watercolour pens – Fl pink, yellow, deep blue
Needle and thread
Hot glue gun
Wet glue
I hope you like?


  1. What a surprise to use the Bee papers to create such a delightful fish project! Very creative use of your materials!!

  2. This is Soooooo awesome!!! Love this sweet ornament, beautiful with the navy color and the sparkly fish!

  3. Love this beautiful project Cheryl!