Other Products: White Card Stock, Black Onyx Ink, Bright Shades Classic Chalks, Wink of Stella Clear, Diamond Stickles, 3D Foam Dots and die cutting machine
Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.
Instructions: View a larger project image here. This card measures approximately 4" x 7" when closed and 7" x 12" open. Start by cutting a piece of white card stock 7" x 12" and score on the long edge at the 4" and 8" marks. Now it is time to mark where you need to score to make the 3 poppins. I find it easier to draw a line where to score and then erase it when I am done. Using a pencil, measure over 6 1/2" from the left side and draw a line down from the top starting 1/2" from the top and finishing at the 2 1/4" mark down from the top. Repeat from the 2 3/4" to 4 1/4" marks and finally the 4 3/4" and 6 1/4" marks. Repeat the same but this time 9 1/2" from the left side. These marks will be your score lines. Now, horizontally between the lines you will need to use a craft knife and cut slits. I like to use a steel ruler for this to get a nice straight line. Once you have completed your scoring and cutting your finished card should look like this. The score lines are in Red and the cut lines in Blue. Once you use your bone folder to get this edges nice and sharp, repeat using designer paper from the Classic Rose Paper Collection cut a little smaller for dimension.
The images were stamped on white cardstock with Black Onyx ink and cut with the matching die before coloring with a combination of Olive Grove ink and Bright Shades Classic Chalks then brushed with Wink of Stella Clear and accented with Diamond Stickles. The Classic Rose flowers were stamped on White Card Stock with Black Onyx and cut with the matching die before distressing with Lulu Lavender and shaping with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. Finish decorating as shown with ribbon paper strips and postage stamp images from the Classic Rose Paper Collection and enjoy!
Created By: Joann Jamieson-Larkin