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Published on January 12th, 2014 | by Polly Zastawnik


Heartfelt Creations Burnish Key Stamp and die


Hi everyone, here is a card that I created using the Heartfelt Creations Burnish Key stamp and die and a resist embossing technique. I love the versatility of this stamp and die, the card that I created can be used for many different events, a birthday, wedding, congratulations, even Valentine’s day!

Here is a list of the products that I used that can be found at CutatHome:

HCD 741 – Heartfelt Creations Burnished Key Die

HCPC 3569 – Heartfelt Creations Floral Doorway & Latch Pre-cut rubber stamp set

TIM21407 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad, Aged Mahogany

TIM21407 – Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad, Walnut Stain

I also used Want2Scrap pearls, Bo-Bunny card stock, cream colored card stock, ribbon, pop dots, embossing powder – clear, embossing gun, adhesive and metal key embellishments.


I started by creating a base for my card, I cut a 10 x 7 sheet of card stock and scored it to make a 5 x 7 card base. I selected another color of card stock to match the Aged Mahogany ink, I cut that piece to 4 3/4 x 6 3/4. I took my cream colored card stock and did a resist embossing technique which is demonstrated in the video below.

Once I created the base for the card I stamped the “I wish for you” sentiment in walnut stain and embossed it with clear embossing powder, I inked the background with the aged mahogany, I used the Heartfelt Creations Die to cut and emboss it, I used walnut stain to ink the outer part of the die cut.


I placed the die cut “I wish for you” over the resist embossed “I wish for you”. I used pop dots to give it additional dimension, I added a double pop dot to the center to raise it a little higher than the frame. I then added Want2Scrap pearls to embellish the frame. Finally I adhered the ribbon and keys.

Here is the finished product, I hope you like how it turned out!


I will probably use this for a Birthday card, but it can work for many different occasions. Thanks for looking, I hope you enjoyed my post, until next time Thanks and Happy Scrapping!


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About the Author

I am an avid Paper crafter residing in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.! I enjoy paper crafting of all kinds. I started scrapbooking in 2001. I have a background in Commercial Art and Design and have a two year degree in Commercial Art

  • Momcleo

    Polly, this is really beautiful! Love the technique for the resist…

  • Brenda aka centralnyscrapper

    Beautiful card Polly. Thanks for sharing.

  • Corrie

    Lovely Polly thanks for sharing

  • by belle

    Love your card Polly!!

  • Wow, this is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  • love this!! great first post. 🙂

  • Polly Zastawnik

    Thank you everyone! 🙂

  • Jackie

    You are so talented! Thanks for sharing this technique, I’m glad to know you

  • ShalahJ

    Great card – love your new blog!

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