Thursday, 15 March 2018

Woodgrain & Roses

Products Used:
Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose Stamp Set
Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose Die
Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose Vine Stamp
Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose Vine Die
Heartfelt Creations Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
Heartfelt Creations Stack & Store Daubers
Spellbinders Nestabilities- Labels 4
Kaszazz SB Paper - Elegant Foundations
Craft4U Decorative Oval Die
Sticky Pearl Strips
Memento Ink- (Tuxedo Black & Rose Bud)
Distress Ink- (Shabby Shutters & Forest Moss)
Prills  Tu-Tu Pink
A5 White Card
White Satin Ribbon
Dries Clear Glue


Fold and Score the A5 White card in half.

Attach the 10cm x 14.3cm Woodgrain background mat to the front of the card.

Die cut the largest oval from the Craft4U Decorative Oval Dies to make a frame, using foam tape mount to the centre of the card front.

Stamp the Classic Rose with Memento Ink- Rose Bud, lightly colour the edges with the same ink and a Stack & Store Dauber, cut out with the Classic Rose Die and shape with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, next assemble roses and finish with some Tu-Tu Pink - Prills in the centre, click the link for more tips on creating How to Create Dimensional Roses - Heartfelt Creations

Stamp the Classic Rose Vine with Memento Ink - Tuxedo Black using the Stack & Store Daubers 1st colour the leaves with Distress Ink-Shabby Shutters then blend over with Distress Ink- Forest Moss, cut out with the Classic Rose Vine Die and shape the leaves with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, cut into three pieces and adhere to the card front.

Attach three roses to the bottom left side of the Oval frame and one small rose to the top right side of the oval frame.
Stamp a birthday sentiment onto white cardstock then cut and emboss using the Spellbinders Nestabilities- Labels 4 Dies, lightly blend the edge with Memento Ink - Rose Bud and mount with foam tape to the card front .

Tie a small bow from the White Satin Ribbon and adhere to the top of the decorative oval.

Place a strip of Sticky Pearls along the top and bottom of the background.

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