17 creative designer ideas featuring Classic Rose

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17 creative designer ideas featuring Classic Rose

Wednesday October 5, 2016
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Hi Friend,
Happy Wednesday to you! How is your week going? Do you find yourself floundering and trying to balance everything from work, family, or maybe some health issues you're experiencing? With everything that you are juggling in everyday life, paired with worries, stresses etc, do you find that creativity is an outlet that helps you manage and cope with everything around you? If yes, it is incredibly important that you carve out some time each week to unwind and create something beautiful!

So how do you create in 30 minutes or less? I don't know about you, but more often then not these times for creativity happen in the evening and some nights I only have 30 minutes to create....so what do you do in that timeframe? Actually you can get so much more done then you may think!!!! Day 1: stamp your favorite flowers and leaves, Day 2: Cut them out with the die, Day 3: Color, Day  4: Shape the flowers and leaves, Day  5: Prepare the card bases, Day  6: Adhere the flowers, leaves and a sentiment to the card base, Day  7: Glitter and embellish, Day  8: Spend time writing heartfelt messages and addressing the cards! Try this, and tell me what it did for you:) Oh, I can't wait....plus if you haven't started on your Christmas cards, here's a video that will step you through how to get those done, beautifully yet in a very achievable and timely fashion! https://youtu.be/Wu5Z81llDWE.....p.s. these days don't need to be all in a row....I was traveling for 3 weeks, and I did this method in a 5 week time-frame minimum of 30-60 minutes, the results, 32 beautiful thank you cards!

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Have an incredibly beautiful week, Emma Lou

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Creative Inspiration of the Week

Lavender Roses And Scrolls Card

Lavender Roses And Scrolls Card

Other Products: Heavy weight white card stock, light weight white card stock, X-Press It card stock, dark purple card-stock, green card stock, sponge dauber, quilling tool (or a pencil), oval die 2 sizes, paper trimmer, Copic Alcohol Ink: BVOOOO, BV00, BV04, BV08, G12, YG61, YG63


Instructions: Create a 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" white card base. Cut purple card-stock base layer at 5 1/4" x 5 1/4" and reserve the rest for the focal image mat. Select the lavender designer paper from the Classic Rose Collection. Size the designer paper at 5" x 5".

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Stamp Classic Rose Vines Cling Stamp Set on Copic Compatible paper. I used X-Press It Blending Card Stock. Color the image with the ink of your choice. I used Copic Alcohol Ink Combo's BVOOOO, BV00, BV04, BV08, G12, YG61, YG63. A marbleized background was created with BV0000, BV00, G12 and 70% alcohol in a water brush. White highlights were added using opaque white ink. The image was cut using an oval die. A purple mat was cut using a slightly larger die. The focal image and mat layer were adhered together.

Strips from the reserved designer paper were cut in strips. Loose scrolls were formed using a quilling tool but you can roll it around a small cylindrical tool.

The Classic Rose Cling Stamp was stamped on lightweight white card stock using Memento Lu Lu Lavender Dye Ink Pad. For me, 65# paper works well for flower petals. It is pliable and easy to shape. The petals were die cut using the Classic Rose Die. The petals were sponged using Lu Lu Lavender Memento Dye Ink. I like to leave some white showing for highlights. The petals were lightly misted with water on the underside and shaped using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Stamp and die cut the rose leaves and vine from green card stock. Shape the leaves using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

Adhere the layers as shown in the picture. Adhere the vine with leaves, matted focal image and quilled loose scrolls. Apply Designer Dries Clear Adhesive to the inside of the scrolls and sprinkle the I Cannot Tell a Lilac Prills. Allow the adhesive to dry and then apply the roses for your final embellishment.

Beautiful Lavender Rose Easel Card

Beautiful Lavender Rose Easel Card

Other Products: Seedless preserves distress ink; peeled paint distress ink; white card stock; glue gloss pen; green cardstock, Pearl Pen - in Pearl; foam adhesive

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection. Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies https://youtu.be/Ms-PmK7svGI.

Instructions: Card base is 6.5" x 12", folded in half, with half, folded in half again to create the easel base. Cut a 6.5" x 6" from green cardstock, then search for paper in collection. Mat on green card as shown. Cut out two regal border dies on purple paper from collection. Attach one to top of card as shown, and attach the other as a fold for easel base as shown.

Stamp and cut 5 sets of classic rose on white card, colour with seedless preserves distress ink, mold using molding mat and stylus. Cut out beautiful sentiment from second piece of paper and foam to card base. Stamp and cut three sets of rose vines, colour with peeled paint and cut apart to create smaller vines. Create 6 smaller roses and leave some smaller blooms to set clear glass beads and pearl pen. Search for enjoying life's beautiful moments sentiment and attach to bottom of regal border die as shown.

Purple Rose Hugs

Purple Rose Hugs

Other Products: White Cardstock, Canson Watercolor Paper, Dusty Concord Distress Ink, Stickles, Scor-Tape, Half Pearls colored with Spectrum Noir #LV2 Marker, Dimensional Tape, Liquetex Matte Gel, Stencil From my Stash

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection. Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies https://youtu.be/Ms-PmK7svGI.

Instructions: My card is 5 1/2" X 5 1/2". Make card base and cover with a piece of the paper collection. Use the stencil and apply the Gel and set aside to dry. Stamp and cut the flower petals from watercolor paper. Use the Dusty Concord to color the petals. Spray the petals with a bit of water and as it begins to dry use the flower shaping tools to shape the petals then glue them together make the flower. Set this aside to dry. When dry add the stickles to the edges to give a bit of sparkle and texture to the flowers. The leaves are also cut out of watercolor paper and colored with New Sprout and Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink. Shape them and set aside to dry.

I took white 6mm pearls and used the sticky strip on a sticky note to hold them in place while I applied the purple marker all over them. Next I cut out the the corner pieces and applied them with Designer Dries Clear Glue then I glued the half pearls where I wanted them. I picked out one of the tags from the paper collection, die cut it using the Luggage and Tags Die and used dimensional tape to apply to the front of my card. Decide where you like the vines, flowers and leaves and glue them down. The card is now finished.

Classic Rose Ballet Slippers

Classic Rose Ballet Slippers

Other Products: BigShot die cutting machine, Silhouette Cameo Electronic die cutting machine, SVG Cuts Claras Christmas Eve SVG Cutting Files, sponge daubers, white card stock, lavender seam binding

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Using the Classic Rose Paper Collection and SVG files, cut out all pieces for ballet slippers using electronic die cutting machine. Assemble using a strong paper glue. Adhere seam binding to slippers as shown, allowing enough extra ribbon to tie a bow. Stamp several inkings of the mid-sized rose petals, as well as the smallest rose petals from the Classic Rose Collection onto white card stock using a dark purple ink. Apply lighter purple color to petals using sponge dauber. Die cut using coordinating dies, and then add a darker purple color to each of the edges of each petal. Shape petals and assemble two medium sized roses and one smaller rose. Stamp two inkings of the leaves from the Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set onto white card stock using a dark green ink. Apply a lighter green color to leaves and then die cut using coordinating die. Apply a dark green ink to the edges of all the leaves using a sponge dauber. Shape and then adhere to toes of ballet slippers. Adhere roses atop of greenery. Stamp and color the foliage cling stamp set image from the Rose Vines Cling Stamp Set using the same technique you used for the other greenery. Shape, and then trim apart to fill in areas needing some extra filling around roses.

Lavender Friendship Rose

Lavender Friendship Rose

Other Products: Spellbinders Nestabilities 4 - Floral Ovals, White cardstock, Sheer white ribbon, Stickles, "Diamond Dust", Tim Holtz distress inks in "Peeled Paint", Stampin Up Perfect Plum Purple ink pad

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Start with a 5.75" x 6" card base. From the designer paper cut a 5.50" x 5.75" and a 5.25" x 5.50" and layer them on the card base. Using the spellbinders die cut 2 using the larger die one from the white cardstock and one from the designer paper, I cut mine from a pink sheet of the designer paper.

Die cut enough petals and leaves to make 1 flower. I used a piece of purple paper from the collection. Made one rose and centered it on the leaf. Added Stickles and set it aside to dray. The leaves I colored with the Tim Holtz Peeled Paint ink.

Using the Plum Purple ink pad shade the outside of the Spellbinders die and adhere it turned horizontally on the card, then layer the second die cut piece vertically on the card.

On the upper left hand side of the card make a bow using the ribbon and glue the single rose and leaf you previously made, on the bow.

On a piece of white paper, stamp the single rose from the Classic Rose Vines Cling stamp and color it in with the inks mentioned above. Die cut this colored rose image and then stamp and die cut a second piece. Now, using foam tape adhere one over the other and center it on the card using some more foam tape to give it even more dimension.

Cut one of the pre-printed sentiments, I chose "for my friends", and glue it on the bottom of the rose.

Violet Friendship Rose

Violet Friendship Rose

Other Products: Paper: Neenah Solar White, Recollections White, The Paper Studio Green Jewel; Inks: VersaFine Onyx Black, Quick Quotes Purple Passion; Accessories: mineral spirits, paper stumps, Prismacolor Pencils: Kelp Green, Marine Green, Imperial Violet, Dioxazine Purple Hue, adhesive pearls, distressing tool, Scotch Mounting Tape

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Card measures 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". Cut Green Jewel 4 1/4" x 11", score at 5 1/2" and fold to make card base. Cut white cardstock 4 1/16" x 5 5/16", distress edges and add to base with Scotch Mounting Tape. Cut card panel (pictured) from paper collection, stamp sentiment from Botanic Orchid Wishes with black ink, ink edges with Purple Passion Ink and glue down to white mat.

Stamp foliage and flower petals from Classic Rose Cling onto Solar White with Onyx Black Ink. Using pencils and mineral spirits, color 2 small flowers, one each of the next size up and one foliage. Die cut with matching dies from the Classic Rose Die Set. Shape with Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Glue foliage and flower to card front as pictured. Add adhesive pearls.

Cascading Classic Rose Tag

Cascading Classic Rose Tag

Other Products: Recollections 110lb Ivory Card Stock, Ribbon, heat gun

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Prepare your tag base with Ivory cardstock at 8 1/2" x 4". Cut a piece of the Classic Rose paper 1/4 inch small and adhere to tag. Cut the Window die out with purple designer paper and add to tag. Make your bow and add. Stamp the leaves with Bamboo Leaves Ink, cut with matching die, shape and adhere to tag. Stamp flowers on white cardstock with Frost White Ink, heat emboss with White Embossing Powder, color with Grape Jelly Ink, die cut with matching die, shape and adhere to tag. To finish add tag sentiment cut from designer paper and glitter.

Beautiful Pale Lavender Roses

Beautiful Pale Lavender Roses

Other Products: Do Crafts fine glitter: iridescent, satin binding, Ranger distress ink: Bundled Sage, Shaded Lilac, Scattered Straw

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Fold a 10.5 x 21cm card base. Cut a piece of purple background half a cm smaller and adhere to the card base. Cut another panel of paper that includes the sentiment that is another cm smaller than the first panel. Tear 9cm in from the left side right through the middle. Roll back the edges to form a triangular pocket. Adhere in place.

Stamp a vine image from white cardstock. Colour with sponge daubers then die cut. Shape with a stylus, then adhere inside the pocket. Stamp a series of petals and ink some in purple and some in yellow using sponge daubers. Shape and layer into flowers in different sizes. Adhere the largest purple flower over the printed flower on the vine. Place the other large yellow one on the bottom right of the card near the butterfly. Add a smaller purple flower to the yellow one, then continue to fill in the pocket space with smaller flowers in both colours, among the leaves. Apply glitter to all the details of the card and the petal tips.

Shabby Chic Rose Birdhouse

Shabby Chic Rose Birdhouse

Other Products: Decorative 8" Birdhouse; Hot Glue Gun; White Cardstock; Brilliance Pigment Inks - Pearlescent Ivy, Pearlescent Crimson, Cosmic Copper, Coffee Bean, Graphite Black; Want2Scrap 72 Count - Lavender Pearls, LeCreme Pearls; Art Glitter Ultrafine Transparent Glitter - Ensalada, Just Peachy, Eggplant, Bonnie Blue

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: On orange design paper from the Classic Rose Paper Collection with Coffee Bean Brilliance Ink stamp roses several times using the Classic Rose Stamp Set; on purple design paper with Graphite Black Brilliance Ink stamp roses several times using the Classic Rose Stamp Set; on lavender design paper with Pearlescent Crimson Brilliance Ink stamp roses several times using the Classic Rose Stamp Set; on peach design paper with Pearlescent Rust Brilliance Ink and Cosmic Copper Brilliance Ink stamp roses several times using the Classic Rose Stamp Set. On white cardstock with Pearlescent Ivy Brilliance Ink stamp the leaves using stamps from the Classic Rose Stamp Set and the the Classic Rose Vines Set. Die cut all with coordinating dies. Color the leaves using a sponge dauber and Fantastix with Bamboo Leaves and Lime Pastel Inks. Also with a sponge dauber add Harvest Chalk Ink to the orange rose petals. Shape leaves and petals with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Add Lion's Mane Glitter to the orange roses, Eggplant Glitter to the purple roses, Bonnie Blue Glitter to the lavender roses, Ensalada Glitter to the leaves, Just Peachy Glitter to the peach roses, and Crystal Glitter as desired. Adhere roses and leaves as shown to birdhouse with glue gun.

Beautiful Day Vines And Roses

Beautiful Day Vines And Roses

Other Products: Purple Card stock, Gold Glitter Glue, ATG, Sponge Dauber, Versa Color Grape Ink, Versamark Ink, Clear Embossing Powder, Creative Embellishments Circle Vine Frame

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Begin with a 6" square purple card stock base. Cut a background designer paper trimmed to 5 3/4" square and mount onto the card base. Daub Moss Green Metallic 3D Stamp Paint onto the chipboard frame, then mount to card with Dries Clear Glue when the paint is dry. Using the inks listed in the supply list, stamp an assortment of the 2 smallest sizes of rose petals from the Classic Rose Cling Set and die cut with the coordinating Classic Rose Die. Daub ink onto the flowers and then shape them with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Adhere to the vine frame as shown in the sample with Dries Clear Glue. Add gold Glitter glue to the flower centers. Using Bamboo Leaves dye ink, stamp the smallest flowers from the Sun Kissed Fleur Cling set and die cut with the coordinating Sun Kissed Fleur die. These make great filler flowers. Shape and add to the vine using Dries Clear Glue. Add Versamark ink to the Have a Beautiful Day stamp, then add Versa Color Grape as well. Stamp onto a piece of matching designer paper and heat emboss with Clear Embossing powder. Add a purple card stock mat and add to the card front as shown.

A Garden Of Roses

A Garden Of Roses

Other Products: Spellbinders Victorian Arch, Archival inks-Jet black, library green, fern green, Dandelion, Rangers Clear rock candy-glitter, Crackle accent, glitter glue, gauge, Zig Brush markers-red, pink, maroon, bright yellow and orange

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: To make the card base, cut a piece of white card stock measuring 4" by 8". Score on the 4" line on the longer side, fold. Cut two pieces of white card stock 1/4 inch smaller than the card base. Distress with Dandelion ink. Cut two pattern papers from the Classic Rose paper pad and adhere to the matte layer. Adhere this to the inside and outside of the card.

Cut the dies Eyelet ovals and Spellbinders Victorian Arch and distress with yellow ink. Cut the Eyelet oval die cut into two. Use one half on the top left corner and use the eyelet strip as a loop in the right bottom corner.

Attach the Victorian Arch on the card front. Stamp the rose vines image with Versamark clear embossing ink pad. Emboss with gold embossing powder. Cut out with coordinating die. Stamp the Wreath in black ink and Colour using archival inks and Zig brush pens. Cut with coordinating die. Stamp the rose stamp image in Dandelion ink and cut with Coordinating die. Shape into roses on the deluxe flower making tool kit.

Arrange the wreath, rose vines and roses on the card as shown. Add sentiments from the You Inspire me stamp set.

Apply crackle accent on the flowers and leaves. Add glitter and dry. Apply glitter glue on the edges as well.

Four Panel Classic Rose Card

Four Panel Classic Rose Card

Other Products: White Card Stock, Pink Card Stock, Versafine Vintage Sepia Ink, Distressed Inks (Tattered Rose and Victorian Velvet), Wink of Stella Clear, Super Fine White Embossing Powder, Distressed Markers (Victorian Velvet and Peeled Paint) and die cutting machine

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection. Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies https://youtu.be/Ms-PmK7svGI.

Instructions: To make this 5" x 7" card you will start with 2 pieces of White Card Stock. The first piece will be 7" x 10 1/2" and the second piece 8 1/2" x 6 1/2". Starting with the 8 1/2" x 6 1/2" piece place it on your scoring board with the 8 1/2" side on the top. Score at the 4" mark and then from the Left side measure down from the top and cut a 1/2" strip off the top so when finished you have a 4" x 6" panel attached to a 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" panel. Next take the second piece of card stock and with the 10 1/2" side at the top of your scoring board score at the 1" and 5 1/2" marks. Now you will need to repeat cutting the same 1/2" strip off the top of this piece but this time you with cut the strip off all the way to the 5 1/2" score line. Finally attach the 1" flap to the 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" panel of the first piece.

Now it's time to add the pink card stock and decorative paper from the Classic Rose Paper Collection. Each panel of the Pink is 1/2" smaller than the white and the decorative paper is 1/2" smaller again. For example, for the 5" x 7" panel the pink card stock is 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" and the decorative paper is 4" x 6". Repeat this process for all panels except for the pink panel on the front of the card. To create this panel die cut the Regal Borders and Pockets Die and when finished trim the other 4 sides so you have the same 1/4" gap on the 3 straight sides of the piece.

The Classic Rose flowers were stamped on white cardstock with Vintage Sepia and cut with the matching die. Distress with Victorian Velvet distress ink and brush with a Wink of Stella. Shape the flowers with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, finish with Silver Micro Beads and attached as shown.

The smaller flowers were stamped on white cardstock with Frost White ink, heat embossed with Super Fine White Embossing Powder and cut with the matching die. They were distressed with Tattered Rose distressed ink, shaped with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit and finishing with Mini Prills.

The Classic Rose Vines Cling Stamp Set was stamped on white cardstock with Northern Pine and cut with the matching die before distressing with Olive Grove. Finally the Classic Rose Bouquet Cling Stamp Set was stamped on White cardstock with Northern Pine and cut with the matching die before coloring with Victorian Velvet and Peeled Paint Distressed Markers.

White Classic Rose Window

White Classic Rose Window

Other Products: Recollection 110lb White Card Stock, Color Box Green

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Prepare your card base with White cardstock at 5 1/2" x 7" and layer a piece of the Classic rose paper on top 1/8 inch smaller and inked with Lipstock Red Ink. Cut the Botanic Window out with White cardstock and adhere to the card. Stamp sentiment with Lipstick Red Ink in window. Stamp the leaves with ColorBox Green, cut with matching die, shape and adhere to card. Stamp flowers with Frost White, heat emboss with Aged Ivory Embossing Enamel, die cut with matching die, shape and adhere to card. To finish add glitter and Prills to flower centers.

Classic Rose Purple Window

Classic Rose Purple Window

Other Products: Archival inks- leaf green, library green, Spellbinder Grand Label 1, silver mirror sheet, Crop a Dile, twine, stickles, Smooth white cardstock

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Cut a window image from the designer paper using Spellbinder's Grand die Label 1. Fussy cut the window so that it can open from the centre and attach acetate behind it. Behind the acetate adhere a piece of designer paper creating a window view. Cut a frame from white cardstock using the same die and layer it on the window image. Add clear glitter all around the frame using an adhesive that dries clear. Follow Emma Lou’s tutorial for shaping and coloring of flowers and make different size roses. The smallest petal is used to make small daisies. All the flowers are dusted with crystal clear glitter. Make two tags and mat them on silver mirror sheet. make a hole using Crop-a-dile and tie a thread. Cut a strip of silver mirror sheet with Border Essential die. Create a card base measuring 8 1/2" by 7 1/2" with smooth white cardstock. All the top layers are 1/4" smaller to each other from all the 4 sides. Build different layers using same designer paper. Once all the elements are ready, assemble the card as shown.

Lavender Anniversary Roses

Lavender Anniversary Roses

Other Products: White, light green, light and dark orchid cardstock, white seam binding, rubbing alcohol, flat backed pearls, pearl stick pin, Distress Rock candy glitter, Wink of Stella clear, Glossy Accents, pop-dots, Anna Griffin Aviary embossing folder, Chameleon markers: CB, PR4, VO4, OL3, BK4, Versa Magic alabaster ink, Colorbox lilac pigment ink, sponge dauber, corner rounder punch, die cutting machine of choice

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Make a 6" X 6" card base from white cardstock. Cut a 5 7/8" square light orchid mat. Cut a 5 3/4" square mat from dark orchid. Using the 1" X 7" strip of the embossing folder, emboss along two sides of this dark orchid mat, vertically. Lightly sponge alabaster ink over the embossed roses. Dye the seam binding by Running the PR4 marker randomly along a 2 yard length. Place this in a sandwich bag, add 1 tablespoon of alcohol, zip bag shut and squish it until marker ink bleeds and stop when you like the color. Take the ribbon out of the bag and hang to dry. Cut a 7" strip of ribbon and glue along left embossed strip. Glue mats together and adhere to card front. Cut a 6" square of light orchid cardstock. Using the ornate border die center it on one side with the die top resting on the edge of the paper. Do not use the bottom edge of the die. Run through die cutting machine. Remove die and place on opposite side, placing die 3/4" from the edge. Run trough machine again. Where the straight edge meets the die cut edge, clip inward 1/4". Do this on all four corners. Slip die under these clips and line up with the straight edge of paper. Do this for each end. You will end up with a pretty doily looking mat. Glue this to card front. Add half backed pearls as pictured.

Stamp rose petals and butterfly with black ink onto white cardstock. Stamp the image on white cardstock and vines on light green cardstock, using rich cocoa ink. Color rose petals with PR4 and VO4 Chameleon pens. Color image rose with PR4. Color all leaves with OL3. Color butterfly wings using PR4, body with BK4. Use colorless blender where needed to blend. Coat wings with Wink of Stella, and body with Glossy Accents  Cut all pieces with matching dies. Using video listed above to shape and assemble 1 large, 1 medium, 1 small rose and 1 bud. Add glue to edges of rose petals and sprinkle with rock candy glitter. Cut anniversary ticket with matching die. Trim image to 2 7/8" X 2 1/4" and round corners. Sponge on orchid ink around edges.  Add to center of doily with pop-dots. Add ticket with pop-dots to lower right corner. Arrange roses as pictured, using pop-dots where needed. Snip rose petals as needed and tuck in around roses. Glue butterfly to upper left. Make a large loopy bow with remaining seam binding and glue to upper right. Add stick pin to complete your card.

Pink Rose And Lace Layout

Pink Rose And Lace Layout

Other Products: Ink: Tim Holtz- (Shabby Shutters), ColorBox- (Dark Cherry, Rose Coral, Pink Sky, Chocolate), Brilliance- (Moonlight White), Tombow Mono Aqua, Tombow Mono Adhesive Runner, Water Mister, 3D Foam Tape, Cardstock- (White, Kraft, Chocolate, Light Green), May Arts Ribbon- Gold Ribbon, Burgundy Leaves and Natural Burlap String, Buttons, Pearls, Beads

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Stamp and die cut 2 sets of the large Classic Rose. Stamp and die cut 1 set of the small Classic Rose. Stamp and die cut 2 sets of the leaves from Classic Rose. Stamp and die cut 1 Classic Rose Vines, just the leaves. I coloured my flowers and leaves using daubers and inks. Shape the flowers and adhere together. Add beads to the middle of each flower using a liquid adhesive. Set aside to dry.

Die cut 1 of the Arianna Lace die, and cut in half. Die cut 1 small white tag, and add a bow of burlap string to the top.

First I cut the kraft cardstock to 11" x 11". Then using the Classic Rose Bouquet stamps and white ink, I stamped diagonally across the page. This creates your muted rose background. String the gold and burgundy ribbon across the background and adhere in behind. Cut the other background layers, white 11.25" x 11.25" and brown is your 12" x 12" layer. Adhere your 3 layers together. Cut a piece of light green textured cardstock that is 6" x 6" and sand to add texture. Adhere this to the middle of the layout using 3D foam tape. Gather the ribbon border on either side and tie with a burlap string bow. Adhere half of the lace die to the top and bottom of the layout. Mat your photo in white, brown and then white cardstock again. Adhere to the middle of the layout using 3D foam tape. Add the mini tag tucked at the top of your photo.

Add your completed roses around your photo in clusters with the leaves. Sometimes I will snip the leaves to spread the cluster slightly under the flowers. Add a few buttons and pearls to your taste and voila!

Pink Rose Window Card

Pink Rose Window Card

Other Products: White Card Stock, Prima Ink English Ivy and Rose Bud, Spun Sugar Distress Crayon, Water

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Cut out base card from white cardstock 10" x 7", fold in half to create a 5" x 7" card. Cut a pink sheet from the Classic Rose Paper 4 3/4" x 6 3/4" and glue down to the front of the card. Line the plain oval die up from the Eyelet Oval set and cut out in the center of the card. Cut out the lattice die and glue around the opening of the card using the dries clear glue and the fine metal tip. Cut out the decorative scene from the paper 4 3/4" x 6 3/4" and put in the inside of the card with the scene showing through the opening. Create the flowers by following this how to video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo. I used the Rose Bud ink for my flowers and colored them with the distressed crayon. I then stamp two leaves on the green designer paper and cut them out with the coordinating die. Shape the back of the leaves with the flower shaping tool kit and nestle the flowers and the leaves around the card as shown. Finish off the flowers with prills in the center. Cut out the sentiment and add to the front of the card using foam dots.

Pink Classic Rose Frame

Pink Classic Rose Frame
Products Used:
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, HCST1-401
Classic Rose Die, HCD1-7110
Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3752

Other Products: S.B Floral ovals, S.B Classic oval, White card, Red card, Deco Art Liquid Glass, Rose embossing folder from my stash, Colorbox Inks: Pink Pastel, Dahlia, Chive

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.

Instructions: Cut white card 6" by 6". Make an aperture with the oval, place into embossing folder and run through machine. Cut Floral ovals onto white card with classic ovals in centre to make a frame. Place frame over aperture and mount on red card 6 1/4" by 6 1/4" then onto white card 7" by 7", then on to red card 7 1/4" by 7 1/4" and to finish of mount on to white card 8" by 8".

Stamp Classic rose on to white card, cut out with matching die and the colour in with inks. Mold flower using shaping kit, adhere into centre of aperture and add Liquid Glass to the petals.

Thank You Rose Cluster

Thank You Rose Cluster

Other Products: White card, glue, glitter glue, 3D foam pads, Peeled Paint, Broken China and Barn Door Distress Ink, water spray, acrylic block and 3D foam pads

Instructions: Using a finger dauber apply Broken China ink to the acrylic block. Spray lightly with water and place the front of a white tent card over the ink. Dry with a heat gun and repeat until you are happy with the look on your card. Stamp the sentiment. Stamp in brown the rose and colour with the Dove Blender pen and ink pads. Glitter the roses and using 3D foam tape adhere to your card. Your project is now complete.

Peach Classic Rose Embrace Life

Peach Classic Rose Embrace Life

Other Products: Distress peeled paint, sequins, glitter, white acrylic paint, twine, sewing machine, jeans thread, Scrapiniec chipboard

Instructions: Card is in the size of 15x15 cm. First from the Classic Rose Paper Collection I cut out two squares - a smaller one, and the second a bit larger. Difference between squares is 1 cm. The edges of cut squares I have distressed with Green Distress Peeled Paint. Cards were sewed with jeans threads on sewing machine. Then I glued cards on the base. I stamped leaves from the Rose Vines Cling Stamp Set and the classic Rose Cling stamp set and cut out with dies from Classic Rose Vines die and Classic Rose Die. I distressed leaves with green distress ink. From Rose Paper Classic Collection I cut florets and leaves. Then on the 3D foams I have fastened chipboard from Scrapiniec. On the chipboard I put earlier prepared leaves and roses. Die cut sentiment tag from the designer paper with Luggage and Tags Die and tied the cord. At the end I gently touched the whole sheet with white acrylic paint and sprinkled with green glitter. I added some liquid beads and the card is ready.

Peach Rose Gift Box

Peach Rose Gift Box

Other Products: Want 2 Scrap pearls, Cuttlebug Die Cutting Machine, StazOn Archival Ink (Jet Black), Distress Ink (Vintage Photo), Prismacolor Pencils (PC939), Odorless Mineral Spirits, embossing tool, white thread

Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection. Watch this video https://youtu.be/Gnaj5vc8_b0 to learn how to create DIY treat boxes.

Instructions: Cut out the gift box from the Gift Box and Mini Snowflakes Die. Cut out two large tags from the Classic Rose Paper Collection using the Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Die. Ink all edges with Vintage Photo distress ink and adhere on the gift box. Stamp a few flowers on pattern paper and leaves on white cardstock, color, and die cut them using their coordinating dies. Put your roses together and add them to the top left corner of your tag. Die cut a sentiment from the pattern paper and add it to the bottom left side of the paper. Turn the gift box around and add a few more flowers and leaves to the back as well. Add tissue paper with your gift and you are done!

Rosy Pink Birthday

Rosy Pink Birthday

Other Products: Jet Black Stazon ink pad; Peony, Rose Quartz, Olive Jade, Clear Overlay Spectrum Noir Sparkle Markers; Strathmore Mixed Media paper; white & pink cardstock; 3d foam squares; slot punch

Watch this video for tips on using decorative border dies https://youtu.be/Ms-PmK7svGI.

Instructions: Finished card measures 5 1/4" x 5 1/4". To start my card, I cut a piece of the Strathmore Mixed Media paper to 4 3/4" x 4 3/4". Using black stazon ink, I stamped the rose vine image all over the paper. After that dried, I used my sparkle markers to color the flowers and vines. I stamped the rose bouquet image onto another piece of mixed media paper and colored it with the same sparkle markers and then die cut with the matching die from the Classic Rose Bouquet set.

Using a small border die from the Regal Borders and Pockets die set, I die cut a 4" piece of white cardstock on the top and bottom. I also cut a matching piece of pink cardstock just using the outside portion of the die and matted the two pieces together. I used a slot punch on the right hand side of this die cut piece so that I could feed some ribbon through.

Then I assembled the card. I layered my rose vine piece onto a slightly larger piece of pink cardstock. Then I added 3d foam squares onto the Regal Borders piece. I threaded the ribbon through the slot and adhered everything into place and tied the ribbon into a knot. I adhered all of this onto the Kraft cardstock base of the card. I added the sentiment banner and the rose bouquet to complete the project.

STEPHANIE MCKNIGHT
I am breathless just looking at all these beautiful cards! I bought the Classic Rose Collection, and can't wait to create my own cards, and a mini album, or two!! Heartfelt Creations is my place to buy all these GORG collections!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 01:24 AM
FRAN BOSSE
Oh my gosh!!! Beautiful, beautiful. beautiful!!!! Your design team is the best!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 01:37 AM
MARTY R
The creativity and talent of these designers is amazing!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 01:48 AM
ANA FAURE
hi,wen i look at this rose it look more kike a '' tea rose.'' i start making roses in porcelain in 19?? it one of the most complicate clay to work with,the rose have to be thin like paper but the clay dray fast in ceramic was a lot faster and easy.today wen you have bring all this flowers to work with paper is wander full. one flower that you don't have that is so pretty and use for brides too is the calla lily i will love to see your creation of that. i mi daughter is a dealer of your company now .keep doing your beautiful work and let the imagination dance around your work place.a friend,Ana Faure
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 01:56 AM
PATRICIA PARRY
Once again your DT have excelled in their talents, having been given such wonderful products, the outcome is amaz-ing, such colour & beauty such a delight to view. I'm not sure if I will be purchasing the classic Rose, but I love what is shown here, & just maybe if I win lotto it could be mine.
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 02:36 AM
JANET SAIEVA
Another Wondrous Wednesday with your fabulous design team! Thank you for sharing these gorgeous projects!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 08:08 AM
SANDRA NICHOLSON
I love the flowers the dies that been used,they are just beautiful.
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 08:24 AM
ELLIE BIEHL
I will be retiring at the end of this year, and I hope to get into my cardmaking a lot more! You have so many beautiful creations.
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 08:43 AM
JUDITH MOTT
OMG...I am new to Heartfelt and only have ONE stamp and die set and you want me to tell you what I like about what I just saw???EVERYTHING! I happened upon a tutorial video on You Tube for a wedding album and that is what got me started. I ordered the album and a couple of inserts and have started making some of the flowers I want to use. I am waiting for my order since the paper I want to use is in the order. I see that there are sales posted on your website and am hoping to increase my supplies "a sale at a time." Just love the style of Heartfelt...it's me!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 09:16 AM
BETSY GUTZWILLER
I only hope that someday I can create something as beautiful as what I just saw!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 09:21 AM
DONNA WHITTEN
So much loveliness, thanks for the inspiration!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 10:12 AM
CRISTABELL R WEST
Beautiful inspiring work. Thank you for sharing your talents. Cristabell West. Texas
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 10:27 AM
MARLA J. OWENS
The Design team has done it again! Their cards are stunning works of art truly from the heart. I have this collection. My husband got it for me for my birthday while we were at Heartfelt Creations in August. The roses are a joy to make. Heartfelt Creations is the company I turn to the most. I not only think of them as my favorite company for beautiful stamps, dies, and paper but as my wonderful friends.
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 11:35 AM
MARIE GAMBER
It was so much fun working with the Classic Rose Collection! Thank you so much, Heartfelt Creations! You did it again!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 12:16 PM
MARTIE ROLLIN
Dimensional roses are my go to flower! Your petal layers have made constructing full blooms ever so much easier. Your Design Team has given us so many beautiful inspirations. Thank you!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 12:51 PM
GIN
Wonderful - loved the ballet slippers - I have a friend that was a ballerina - guess what she's getting for her birthday - went over and bought the svg file already!Thanks for so many great ideas!
Wednesday 5th of October 2016 07:04 PM
KATHLEEN
Howdy, I just got the classic rose stamp and die set at the Houston show this August. Plan to combine the stamp and 3D dementions to some cards this weekend.
Thursday 6th of October 2016 12:07 PM
GWENYTHZ
Great creativity. Another lovely collection. Inspiration everywhere.. wow!
Thursday 6th of October 2016 09:42 PM
LESLIE LOUTIT
I love all the projects and wish I could do them all. I would have to got the Classic Rose Bouquet set so I can make them. I love your video's too. I look forward to you email all the time. Thanks.
Thursday 6th of October 2016 11:23 PM
SHARON DEHAAN
WOW!!!! Your flowers are to die for. I've never made flowers like these until I hooked up with Heartfelt Creations. Keep them coming.
Thursday 6th of October 2016 11:36 PM