Other Products: Pearls, ivory card stock, lace, ribbon, Copic Markers: RV52, RV55, YG61, G82, E33, E35, E39, E50, E51, E21
To see how to shape the roses, watch the video at https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Card size: 6 x 6" Ivory. Cut Pink decorative paper 5 3/4 x 5 3/4". Before gluing to card, determine where Decorative Pocket Accent will go and cut the slit for the pocket with slit die then glue pink to card leaving bottom of slit open for tag to insert. Cut the decorative Pocket Accent from ivory and glue it where the slit is, also glue lace under accent at the same time. Die cut Ornate Pocket from ivory and glue it to the top part of card. Cut large tag from Ivory and inside large from decorative paper. Glue them together and then die cut opening. Add glitter and pearl flourishes to tag on left side and ribbon through opening.
Stamp, sponge and die cut roses enough for 1 medium and 2 small plus 2 rose buds. Use the shaping mold for the roses, glitter roses. Stamp Sponge and die cut leaves and shape with their mold. Stamp, die cut and color the form and the lace color with Copic Markers. Cut a foam sheet to form and collar then glue to the backs of the colored form and collar and then glue to the tag (tag will still fit into pocket). Take another piece of lace and gather it at the top. Glue the gathered lace to the right waist of form. Add a large pearl to the top. Tie a small pink bow for the top of the collar and glue in place.
Put roses together: 2 of each layer to start and then 1 before the bud made (see Emma Lou's video on making Roses, link above). Add small leaves to the bottoms rose buds to finish. Glue leaves and roses to left side of card (keeping tag free), buds will be close to the top part of arrangement. Add pearl flourishes to bottom and top of rose arrangement. To finish card, cut a narrow sentiment from decorative paper and curl it slightly then glue to card.
Created By: Robin Clendenning