Other Products: White card stock, Aged Mahogany Distress ink, 3d foam tape, silicon glue, Spellbinders die-Fleur de Elegance Etched die, Spellbinders Oval Nestibilities, Wire pollens
Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.
Instructions: The finished card measures 4 1/2" by 8". Make a card base from white card stock 9" x 8". Score at 4 1/2" on the longer side and fold. Cut a pattern paper in light pink shade, a little smaller than the card base from the paper pad, and distress with Aged Mahogany on the edges. Adhere on the card front using clear glue. Cut out two die cuts from Spellbinders Fleur de Elegance die and distress the edges of both while the die cut is still inside the die. Distress the centre of one die and make 1/8 inch score lines. Adhere the two die cuts aligning one on top of each other with the center coloured one a little below. Adhere the two die cuts on the card front. Cut out a coordinating oval and distress the edges. Stamp out the sentiment with Tuxedo Black ink. Adhere on to the die cut.
Stamp out the rose image in dark peony ink and cut out with coordinating die. Distress the edges of flowers, both front and back with the same ink. Mould and shape the roses on Flower shaping kit. One rose has three large layers and three medium layers. Cut out a few die cuts from the Classic Rose die and colour with light pink colour. Shape the roses in a similar way. Similarly colour the leaves cut from the dies and colour with green inks. Cut out a few pieces from Bella Rose die and colour them green. Colour the smallest flower on both sides with dark peony ink and emboss them. Add white pollens in the centre. These will be the filler flowers. Cut out the vase of rose image from a pattern paper. Emboss it a little and adhere on the left side of card front with 3D foam tape. Add some swirls from Bella Rose die cut at the back. Arrange the roses and leaves as shown on the top of Spellbinders die cut as shown. Add the Filler flowers to complete the card.
Created By: Anita Kejriwal