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!
Created By: Tracy McLennon